7 YEAR LIFE CARBON MONOXIDE POISONOUS GAS ALARM User Manual

7 YEAR LIFE CARBON MONOXIDE POISONOUS GAS ALARM User Manual
CO-9X User Manual
7 YEAR LIFE
CARBON MONOXIDE
POISONOUS GAS ALARM
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toxic smoke from a house fire?
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CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
FEATURES
2
2
CARBON MONOXIDE AND
HOW IT CAN AFFECT YOU
AND YOUR FAMILY
3
WHERE TO INSTALL YOUR
DETECTOR
5
HOW TO INSTALL YOUR
DETECTOR
7
POWER PACK ACTIVATION
8
POWER PACK DEACTIVATION
9
OPERATING FEATURES
9
UNDERSTANDING THE
PRODUCT’S INDICATORS
12
MAINTAINING / TESTING YOUR
DETECTOR
13
WHAT TO DO IN THE EVENT
OF AN ALARM
14
USEFUL NUMBERS
15
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
16
DISPOSAL
17
7 YEAR WARRANTY
18
RETURNS
19
PRODUCT RANGE
19
Note: This user manual is also available in large text
and other formats. Please call 0800 141 2561 for
further information.
INTRODUCTION
FEATURES
Congratulations! You’ve made a wise
investment in an innovative product and
your personal safety. ­The FireAngel CO-9X
7 Year Life Carbon Monoxide Poisonous Gas
Alarm is one of a new generation of domestic
life safety products from Sprue Safety
Products Limited, which combines the latest
technology and innovative design to provide
an aesthetically pleasing and effective
contribution to your home safety.
• An advanced electrochemical sensor
designed to accurately measure low
levels of carbon monoxide (CO) providing
an early warning of toxic CO levels in your
home.
• Detects carbon monoxide continuously.
• Resistant to false alarms caused by normal
household contaminants.
• Sounds a loud 85dB alarm (at 1metre
(3 feet)) to alert you in case of an
emergency.
• Test/reset button.
• Regular self-check to ensure detector is
operating correctly.
• Simple to mount, portable, ideal for
travelling.
• Certified to the European Carbon
Monoxide alarm Standard
EN 50291-1: 2010, EN 50291-2: 2010.
• 7 year warranty.
The FireAngel range of products is constantly
being improved and expanded. Please visit
www.fireangel.co.uk to find out about the
latest additions to our product range.
Sprue Safety Products manufactures some of
the most technologically advanced carbon
monoxide detectors in the world.
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CARBON MONOXIDE
AND HOW IT CAN
AFFECT YOU AND
YOUR FAMILY
Carbon monoxide is a dangerous, poisonous
gas that kills and injures hundreds of people
each year. It is often referred to as the silent
killer because it has no odour or taste and
cannot be seen. Like oxygen, CO enters
the body through the lungs during the
normal breathing process. It competes with
oxygen by replacing it in the red blood cells,
thereby reducing the flow of oxygen to the
heart, brain and other vital organs. In high
concentrations, CO can kill in minutes.
Many cases of reported carbon monoxide
poisoning indicate that while victims
are aware they are not feeling well, they
become disorientated and unable to save
themselves by either exiting the building or
calling for assistance. Exposure during sleep
is particularly dangerous because the victim
usually does not wake up.
Symptoms of CO poisoning
The following symptoms may be related to
CO poisoning which all household members
should be made aware of:
• Mild Exposure: Slight headache, nausea,
vomiting, fatigue (often described as ‘flulike’ symptoms).
• Medium Exposure: Severe throbbing
headache, drowsiness, confusion, fast
heart rate.
• Extreme Exposure: Unconsciousness,
convulsions, cardiorespiratory failure,
death.
Your FireAngel CO detector monitors the
level of CO as parts per million (ppm) in the
atmosphere surrounding the detector.
The maximum allowable
concentration for continuous
exposure for healthy adults
in any 8 hour period, as
recommended by the
Occupational Safety and Health
Administration (OSHA).
200ppm Slight headache, fatigue,
dizziness, nausea after 2 - 3
hours.
400ppm Frontal headaches within 1 - 2
hours, life threatening after 3
hours.
800ppm Dizziness, nausea and
convulsions within 45 minutes.
Unconsciousness within 2 hours.
Death within 2 - 3 hours.
35ppm
Should you suspect CO may be affecting you
or your family, open the doors and windows
of your property to ventilate, turn off your
appliances and evacuate the premises. At
this time the authorities should be contacted
to locate the source of the carbon monoxide
before re-entering the building. Medical
attention should be sought for anyone
suffering the effects of CO poisoning.
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Common sources of CO
• Oil and gas boilers
• Portable generators
• Oil or solid fuel cookers
• Gas or paraffin heaters
• Barbecues
• Clogged chimneys
• Wood or gas fireplaces
• Cigarette smoke
• Gas appliances
• Any fossil fuel burning appliance
WARNING: This FireAngel carbon
monoxide detector is not a combustible
gas detector, nor a smoke detector. Please
install the proper detectors to detect
combustible gases, or smoke.
This CO detector should not be seen as a
substitute for the proper installation, use,
and maintenance of fuel-burning appliances
(including appropriate ventilation and
exhaust systems), nor the sweeping of
chimneys.
WARNING: Variables relating to your
fuel burning appliances can change
at any point eg. the flue or chimney could
suddenly become blocked or damaged,
appliances may stop running correctly or
circumstances in neighbouring properties
may change resulting in the presence of
carbon monoxide. For this and other reasons
do not use this carbon monoxide detector
on an intermittent basis, or as a portable
detector for trying to trace one source of
the spillage of combustion products from
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fuelburning appliances or from chimneys.
Do not:
• IGNORE ANY WARNING FROM YOUR CO
DETECTOR!
• Burn charcoal inside your home, caravan,
tent or cabin.
• Install, convert or service fuel-burning
appliances without proper knowledge,
skill and expertise.
• Use a gas cooker for heating a room.
• Operate unvented gas burning appliances
using paraffin or natural gas in closed
rooms.
• Operate petrol-powered engines indoors
or in confined areas.
• Ignore a safety device when it shuts an
appliance off.
Always:
• Buy appliances accepted by a recognised
testing laboratory.
• Install appliances according to the
manufacturer’s instructions.
• Have appliance installations carried out by
professionals (for gas appliances engineers
should be registered).
• Have your appliances checked regularly by
a qualified service engineer.
• Have your chimneys and flues cleaned
professionally every year.
• Make regular visual inspections of all fuelburning appliances.
• Do not barbecue indoors, or in an
attached garage.
• Open windows when a fireplace or
oil / solid fuel cooker is in use.
• Only install CO detectors that meet the
requirements of EN 50291-1: 2010 and
EN 50291-2: 2010 in your home.
• Be aware of CO poisoning symptoms (see
page 3).
EDUCATE YOURSELF AND YOUR FAMILY
ON THE SOURCES AND SYMPTOMS OF
CO POISONING AND HOW TO USE YOUR
CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR.
WHERE TO INSTALL
YOUR DETECTOR
This CO alarm is suitable for use in domestic
premises, (caravan holiday homes) caravans
and motor caravans.
The following advice is applicable to all
intended applications, there are special
instructions at the end of this section relating
to positioning in caravan holiday homes,
caravans and motor caravans.
WARNING: This detector will only
indicate the presence of carbon
monoxide gas at the sensor. Carbon
monoxide gas may be present in other areas.
In which room should the detector be
installed?
Ideally, an apparatus should be installed
in every room containing a fuel burning
appliance. Additional apparatus may be
installed to ensure that adequate warning
is given for occupants in other rooms, by
locating apparatus in:
• Remote rooms in which the occupant(s)
spend considerable time whilst awake and
from which they may not be able to hear
an alarm from apparatus in another part of
the premises, and
• Every sleeping room.
However, if there is a fuel burning appliance
in more than one room and the number of
apparatus is limited, the following points
should be considered when deciding where
best to put the apparatus:
• Locate the apparatus in a room containing
a flueless or open-flued appliance, and
• Locate apparatus in a room where the
occupant(s) spend most time.
• If the domestic premises is a bedsit (a
single room serving as both sitting and
bedroom) then the apparatus should be
put as far from the cooking appliances
as possible but near to where the person
sleeps.
• If the appliance is in a room not normally
used (for example a boiler room), the
apparatus should be put just outside the
room so that the alarm may be heard
more easily. Alternatively, a remote alarm
siren may be connected to a type A
apparatus located in a room(s) containing
a fuel-burning appliance.
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Where in the room should I place the
detector?
Apparatus located in the same room as a fuelburning appliance, for both wall and ceiling
mounted apparatus the following applies:
a The apparatus should be at a horizontal
distance of between 1m and 3m from the
potential source.
b If there is a partition in a room, the
apparatus should be located on the same
side of the partition as the potential
source.
c Carbon Monoxide detectors in rooms with
sloped ceilings should be located at the
high side of the room.
In addition to the above the following must
be observed:
If the apparatus is located on a wall:
a it should be located close to the ceiling;
bit should be located at a height greater
than the height of any door or window;
c it should be at least 150mm from the
ceiling.
If the apparatus is located on the ceiling:
a it should be at least 300mm from any
wall and any ceiling obstruction e.g. light
fittings.
Apparatus located in sleeping rooms and in
rooms remote from a fuel burning appliance
should be located relatively close to the
breathing zone of the occupants.
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Where not to put the detector
The apparatus should not be installed:
• In an enclosed space (for example in a
cupboard or behind a curtain).
• Where it can be obstructed (for example
by furniture).
• Directly above a sink.
• Next to a door or window.
• Next to an extractor fan.
• Next to an air vent or other similar
ventilation openings.
• In an area where the temperature may
drop below -10°
C or exceed 40°
C.
• Where dirt and dust may block the sensor.
• In a damp or humid location (for example
in a bathroom).
• In the immediate vicinity of the cooking
appliance.
• Within 1m (3 feet) of mobile phones.
Caravans
Caravans may have additional risks of carbon
monoxide ingress through air vents due
to the nearby presence of other vehicles,
engines, generators or barbecues, however
this does not change the basic guidance
on location of the alarm. Caravans should
be fitted with an alarm in the same room
as any combustion appliance(s), located
in accordance with previous advice in this
section. If the caravan has a single living
space which incorporates the sleeping
accommodation, it can be considered to
be equivalent to a bedsit, and a single
alarm is sufficient. However, any sleeping
accommodation which is in a separate room
from the combustion appliance(s) should
also contain an alarm, located in accordance
with previous advice in this section.
It is not always possible to find an optimum
location for an apparatus, for example, a
small caravan may not have suitable vertical
surfaces available. Nevertheless, when
fitting an apparatus in such situations, the
two most important considerations when
selecting an appropriate location are:
• Not mounting the apparatus directly
above a source of heat or steam; and
• Mounting the apparatus at a distance
of 1 – 3 m from the nearest edge of the
potential source.
HOW TO INSTALL
YOUR DETECTOR
NOTE: This apparatus should be installed
by a competent person who feels able to
install it according to the instructions.
Firstly write the installation date on
your detector in the area provided. We
recommend that your detector is installed on
the wall.
To mount on a wall or ceiling:
Please ensure that you use the screws
provided, as they were chosen specifically for
use with this product. Use template below
for guidance on marking hole positions. Drill
holes into the wall. Insert the plastic wall
plugs. Screw in the screws. Ensure screws are
protruding from the wall by 3mm to allow
detector to slot onto screws.
To place on a shelf:
The base of the detector has been designed
to allow it to stand freely on a shelf.
WARNING: When placing on a shelf,
please adhere to the same positional
recommendations as described on page 5
and 6.
Drill hole spacing
66mm
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POWER PACK
ACTIVATION
See diagram opposite
a Your detector comes complete with an
integrated power pack that will provide
power for its entire operational life. To
activate the power pack you need to pull
the disabling tab (see image). This will
in turn pull out the metal disabling clip,
which is attached to the end of the tab,
from the disabling socket which is situated
on the underside of the detector. Retain
the disabling tab for future use by taping
it to page 20 of this manual.
bWhen the detector is activated the Power
LED will begin to flash green once every
minute to indicate that the detector is
receiving power from the power pack and
is fully operational.
c Test the sounder, power pack and circuitry
by pressing and holding the centre of
the Test/Reset button briefly to confirm
that the detector is operating properly.
The sounder will sound as soon as the
button is pressed, and the Alarm LED
will illuminate red indicating that the
sounder is working and the power pack
is providing power to the unit. This test
for the sounder, power pack and circuitry
should be performed on a weekly basis.
This should be continued for the lifetime
of the product.
WARNING: Prolonged exposure to the
sounder in close proximity to your ears
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may damage your hearing.
Under normal operating conditions, the
power pack will last for the lifetime of the
product ie. 7 years.
The detector will not protect against the risk
of carbon monoxide poisoning when the
power pack has drained.
WARNING: Prolonged exposure to
extreme high or low temperatures may
reduce the life of the power pack.
POWER PACK
DEACTIVATION
Your CO-9X is portable, making it ideal for
taking with you on holiday. You will need
to deactivate your detector when travelling
or even when storing e.g. when decorating.
Fitting is the reverse of removal. To deactivate
the detector the two ends of the metal clip
must be inserted into the corresponding
holes in the disabling socket located on the
underside of the detector (see image). You
can ensure that the product is disabled by
pressing the test button - if there is no sound
from the sounder then the clip has been
fitted correctly.
The clip must
remain in the
disabling socket
to keep the power
pack deactivated.
NOTE: If the disabling tab is no longer
available then the clip can be replicated
by opening out a thin metal paper clip into
a U-shape.
OPERATING FEATURES
Your FireAngel detector offers many features
which set it apart from other CO detectors on
the market today.
Test/Reset button feature
This button will:
• Test the sounder, power pack and circuitry
• Allows you to test the sensor by
introducing a source of CO into the
detector (see ‘Testing The Sensor’ below).
• Silence the loud 85dB (at 1 metre (3 feet))
sounder during an alarm (only for alarms
due to levels of CO of less than 50ppm).
Testing the sounder, power pack and
circuitry
Test the sounder, power pack and circuitry by
pressing and releasing the Test/Reset button
to confirm that the detector is operating
properly. The sounder should sound as soon
as the button is pressed, and the Alarm
LED will illuminate red indicating that the
sounder is working and the power pack is
providing power to the unit. This test for the
sounder, power pack and circuitry should be
performed on a weekly basis.
Testing the sensor
NOTE: We suggest the use of an incense
stick as the inefficient way in which this
product­ burns means the smoke given off
contains a detectable localised amount of
carbon monoxide. Alternative sources of
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smoke, for example an extinguished candle
or match, will not contain sufficient levels of
carbon monoxide to obtain a response from
the detector during this test. Please note
your CO detector will not detect smoke.
Test / Reset
Button
CAUTION: Sensor testing should only be
performed by a responsible adult. This
test should be performed annually.
NOTE: Aerosol CO may be used in order to
avoid having to burn incense sticks etc.
However we recommend that incense
sticks are used as they are cheap and readily
available.
• Read all steps thoroughly before
attempting to test your the sensor
Step 1
If the detector is wall or ceiling
mounted unhook the detector
from the screws.
Step 2
Cover the sounder vents with
one hand. Press and hold the
Test/Reset button down with
your thumb/finger until the Fault
LED illuminates yellow and the
sounder sounds for a second
time (this should happen after
around 5 seconds). Release
the Test/Reset button. Upon
releasing the Test/Reset button
the Fault LED will flash yellow
once every second. This indicates
that the sampling rate of the
detector has increased and can
be tested using a known source
of CO.
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Step 3
Step 4
Light an incense stick using a
match or lighter. Be sure to blow
out the flame so that the incense
stick is smouldering. Extinguish
the lighter, or put out the match
and place it into a dish of water.
Turn the detector on its side so
that the vents on the right hand
side of the detector are pointing
downwards (see diagram
opposite). Hold the burning
incense stick 15 cm (6 inches)
below the detector, so that the
smoke enters the vents on the
side of the detector. An increase
in the localised carbon monoxide
level within the sensor to more
than 50ppm will cause the
sounder to sound for one cycle
of four loud beeps and the Fault
LED to illuminate yellow for a
short time. This is the end of the
test. The Fault LED will no longer
flash yellow and the detector
will go back to normal operating
Step 5
mode ie. the Power LED will
flash green once every minute
(It may take up to two minutes
of exposure to the smoke for
the localised level of carbon
monoxide within the sensor to
reach over 50ppm). Now move
the source of CO away from the
detector as the test is finished.
After step 4, put out the incense
stick by placing it into a dish of
water. Ensure that all flames have
been extinguished.
15cm
(6”)
NOTE: If the localised carbon monoxide
level within the sensor does not reach
50ppm during the test, the sensor test will
stop automatically after 3 minutes.
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UNDERSTANDING THE
PRODUCT’S INDICATORS
The higher the concentration of carbon
monoxide detected by the detector, the
quicker it will respond. When sufficient
carbon monoxide is detected a loud audible
signal (85 dB at 1m (3 feet)) will be emitted
and the Alarm LED will flash red once every
second.
The Alarm will sound:
• Between 60 and 90 minutes when
exposed to a minimum of 50ppm of CO.
• Between 10 and 40 minutes when
exposed to a minimum of 100ppm of CO.
• Within 3 minutes when exposed to a
minimum of 300ppm of CO.
Fault / End of life signal:
The unit continuously checks the settings of
its sensor and circuitry. If any of these settings
are found to be incorrect or if the power pack
becomes low then the detector will emit a
single chirp once per minute and the Fault
LED will flash yellow once per minute for up
to 30 days.
IMPORTANT: This does NOT mean
that the detector has detected carbon
monoxide.
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MAINTAINING / TESTING
YOUR DETECTOR
Maintenance
Your detector will alert you to potentially
hazardous CO concentrations in your home
when maintained properly. To maintain your
FireAngel detector in proper working order,
and to ensure that the sensor will last for the
lifetime of the product, it is recommended
that you:
• Test the sounder, power pack and circuitry
of your detector at least once per week by
pressing the Test/Reset button briefly (see
page 9).
• Perform the Sensor Test annually (see
page 9).
• Keep the detector free of dust by gently
vacuuming the case with a soft brush
attachment when required.
the reliability of the CO alarm. Avoid using
the following in close proximity to the
alarm; oils, cleaning fluids, polishes, paints
and greases.
• Move the detector to a safe location and
store in a plastic bag before painting,
wall papering, or performing any other
activities using substances that emit
strong fumes. Remember to remove it
from the bag and replace the detector
when these activities are finished.
Failure of any test should be reported to
the technical support line (see page 19 for
contact details).
Do not attempt to repair your CO detector.
Do not remove any screws or open the main
casing of your detector. Any attempt to do
so may cause malfunction and will invalidate
the warranty.
To prevent the possibility of contaminating
the sensor in your detector and thus affecting
its reliability:
• Never use cleaning solutions on your
detector. Simply wipe with a slightly damp
cloth.
• Do not paint the detector.
• Do not spray aerosols on or near the
detector.
• Do not use any solvent based products
near the detector.
• If installing in a caravan there maybe other
substances present, that may not normally
be found in the home, that could effect
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WHAT TO DO IN THE
EVENT OF AN ALARM
WARNING: A loud alarm is a warning
that unusually high and potentially
lethal levels of carbon monoxide are present.
Never ignore this alarm, further exposure
can be fatal. Immediately check residents for
symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning,
and contact the proper authorities to resolve
all CO problems. NEVER IGNORE ANY ALARM.
Please carefully review this owner’s manual
to ensure that you know what actions to take
in the event of an alarm.
What to do during an alarm:
• Keep calm and open the doors and
windows to ventilate the property.
• Stop using all fuel burning appliances and
ensure, if possible, that they are turned off.
• Evacuate the property leaving the doors
and windows open.
• Ring your gas or other fuel supplier
on their emergency number; keep the
number in a prominent place.
Write your fuel supplier’s emergency number
here (see opposite for more useful numbers):
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• Do not re-enter the property until the
alarm has stopped. When exposed to
fresh air it can take up to 10 minutes
for the sensor to clear and the alarm to
stop depending on the level of carbon
monoxide detected.
• Get medical help immediately for anyone
suffering the effects of carbon monoxide
poisoning (headache, nausea), and advise
that carbon monoxide poisoning is
suspected.
• Do not use the appliance again until it has
been checked by an expert. In the case
of gas appliances the engineer must be
registered.
USEFUL NUMBERS
National Gas Emergency Service
Gas Safe register
0800 111 999 (24 Hours)
0800 408 5500
Solid Fuel Association
Advisory service for domestic and solid fuel
appliances
0845 601 4406
HETAS
Trade association for solid fuel engineers
0845 223 3033
OFTEC
Trade association for Oil Fired Appliance
engineer
0845 658 5080
NACS
National Association of Chimney Sweeps
01785 811732
IPHE
Institute of Plumbing and Heating Engineers
01708 472791
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Detector Specifications:
Sensor Type:
Sensor Life:
Alarm Sound Level:
Power Pack Life:
Temperature Range:
Operating Humidity Range:
Weight:
Certified to:
Model CO-9X
Electrochemical
7 Years
85dB at 1 metre (3 feet)
7 years (Life of product)
-10ºC (14ºF) to 40ºC (104ºF)
30 - 90% RH
90 grams (3.2oz)
EN 50291-1: 2010, EN 50291-2: 2010
This FireAngel carbon monoxide detector is designed to continuously monitor for CO.
Its response times meet the requirements of European standard EN 50291-1: 2010 and
EN 50291-2: 2010.
The alarm will sound:
• Between 60 and 90 minutes when exposed to 50ppm of CO.
• Between 10 and 40 minutes when exposed to 100ppm of CO.
• Within 3 minutes when exposed to CO levels of 300ppm or more.
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WARNING: APPARATUS CONFORMING
TO THIS STANDARD MAY NOT PROTECT
PEOPLE WHO ARE AT SPECIAL RISK FROM
CARBON
MONOXIDE
EXPOSURE
BY
REASON OF AGE, PREGNANCY OR MEDICAL
CONDITION. IF IN DOUBT, CONSULT YOUR
DOCTOR.
A CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR IS NOT
A SUBSTITUTE FOR A SMOKE ALARM OR A
COMBUSTIBLE GAS DETECTOR.
REPLACE UNIT AFTER 7 YEARS OF OPERATION.
DISPOSAL
Waste electrical products should
not be disposed of with regular
household waste.
Please recycle where facilities exist. Check
with your local authority, retailer or
manufacturer for recycling/disposal advice
as regional variations apply.
The power pack should be deactivated before
disposal. To do this, insert the pins on the end
of the disabling tab back in to the socket on
the underside of the detector (see page 9). If
the disabling tab is no longer available then
the clip can be replicated by opening out a
thin metal paper clip into a U-shape.
WARNING: DO NOT ATTEMPT TO
OPEN - DO NOT BURN.
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7 YEAR WARRANTY
Warranty coverage
Sprue Safety Products Ltd warrants to the
original purchaser that its enclosed sealed
carbon monoxide detector be free from
defects in materials and workmanship
under normal residential use and service for
a period of 7 (seven) years from the date of
purchase.
Provided it is returned with postage prepaid
and proof of purchase, Sprue Safety Products
Ltd hereby warrants that during the 7
(seven) year period commencing from the
date of purchase Sprue Safety Products
Ltd, at its discretion, agrees to replace the
unit free of charge. The warranty on any
replacement FireAngel CO-9X 7 Year Life
Carbon Monoxide Poisonous Gas Alarm will
last for the remainder of the period of the
original warranty in respect of the detector
originally purchased – that is from the date
of original purchase and not from the date
of receipt of the replacement product. Sprue
Safety Products Ltd reserves the right to
offer an alternative product similar to that
being replaced if the original model is no
longer available or in stock. This warranty
applies to the original retail purchaser from
the date of original retail purchase and is not
transferable. Proof of purchase is required.
Warranty disclaimers
This warranty does not cover damage
resulting from accident, misuse, disassembly,
abuse or lack of reasonable care of the
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product, or applications not in accordance
with the user manual. It does not cover
events and conditions outside of Sprue
Safety Products Ltd’s control, such as Acts
of God (fire, severe weather etc). It does
not apply to retail stores, service centres
or any distributors or agents. Sprue Safety
Products Ltd will not recognise any changes
to this warranty by third parties. Sprue Safety
Products Ltd shall not be liable for any
incidental or consequential damages caused
by the breach of any expressed or implied
warranty. Except to the extent prohibited
by applicable law, any implied warranty of
merchantability or fitness for a particular
purpose is limited in duration to 7 years.
This warranty does not affect your statutory
rights. Except for death or personal injury,
Sprue Safety Products Ltd shall not be liable
for any loss of use, damage, cost or expense
relating to this product or for any indirect,
or consequential loss, damages or costs
incurred by you or any other user of this
product.
RETURNS
PRODUCT RANGE
We recommend that you contact the
FireAngel Technical Support Line in the first
instance on 0800 141 2561, text phone users
dial 18001 0800 141 2561 or callers from
EIRE dial 1-800 523171 as we may be able to
remedy the problem quickly over the phone
(this is to prevent unnecessary returns that
take a longer time to process). Alternatively
e-mail: [email protected]
Sprue Safety Products Ltd manufactures an
extensive range of home safety products
including smoke alarms, carbon monoxide
detectors, fire extinguishers and remote
sounding devices. For more details visit
www.sprue.com
If there is a fault that we are unable to resolve
then our technical support team member will
provide you with a returns authority number
so that your product can be returned for
testing.
To return your FireAngel CO-9X under
warranty, send it suitably packed and with
the power pack deactivated (see page 9)
with postage prepaid; a note indicating the
returns authority number and describing the
reason for return, with proof of purchase to:
Sprue Safety Products Limited
Vanguard Centre
Sir William Lyons Road
Coventry, CV4 7EZ
UK
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Technical Support Line
0800 141 2561
UK Textphone users dial 18001 0800 141 2561
EIRE dial 1-800 523171
Email
[email protected]
Web
www.fireangel.co.uk
A Sprue Safety Products Brand
Sprue Safety Products Ltd.
Vanguard Centre, Sir William Lyons Road, Coventry CV4 7EZ UK
CO-9X
GN0283R8
EN 50291-1: 2010
EN 50291-2: 2010
KM 551504
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