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Macurco Gas Detection


Protecting people and property is our mission here at Macurco and one of our main focuses is protecting residents from potentially hazardous gas leaks in their homes, offices, etc. The Macurco Security Series has a line of four main gas monitors specifically made for residential and light commercial areas to keep you and your loved ones safe.

Gases Found

CO (Carbon Monoxide) is a main concern for residential areas because it is a colorless, odorless, tasteless toxic gas formed by the incomplete combustion of carbon compounds like gasoline, wood, coal, natural gas, propane, kerosene, oil, and other heating gases. There are multiple places in the home where Carbon Monoxide can build. (See Diagram below). Other gases of concern could be combustible gases such as propane or methane (natural gas), these gases can be found using appliances that require heating and cooling such as a stove, fireplace, furnace, etc.

Carbon Monoxide Effects

Carbon Monoxide is often referred to as the “silent killer” because you cannot see it or smell so it can sneak up on you. Therefore a monitor is instrumental in the detection of CO. Symptoms of Carbon Monoxide poisoning include headaches, dizziness, vomiting which can often be mistaken for other flu-like illnesses. Carbon monoxide (CO) is a poisonous gas responsible for hundreds of deaths and numerous non-fatal poisonings each year in the United States. The majority (66%) of these deaths occurred in the home. CO poisoning is also the leading cause of unintentional poisoning deaths in the United States.


Suggested Gas Detectors, Control Panels & Accessories

The Macurco Security Series are reliable, lightweight, and aesthetically pleasing gas detectors made to keep you and the people you care about safe from harmful gases in residential and light commercial applications. The Macurco CM-E1, GD-2B, and GD-2A are low voltage gas detectors designed for use with fire and security systems. The CM-E1 and GD-2A are UL 2075 Listed for use in residential and commercial applications and are also approved by the California State Fire Marshal.

Common Applications