Hell, I have a question for all of you. I use both a Bacharach Monoxer II and tif Combustible gas detector at my home inspections. I have always been unhappy with the bacharach, and honestly do not trust it. I have had it calibrated by Bacharach and it still does not work to my satisfaction. I started using the combustible gas detector also and it seems to work very well for determining if CO is in the air. I was told that this detector works by looking for a lack of oxygen in the air. It basicall will work for both applications…co gas, and combustible gas. I have also talked to several HVAC guys who do the same thing. What are your opinions on this? I understand that with the combustible detector I can not get exact CO readings, but is this really needed, when there should be 0 co levels. I am thinking of selling the Bacharach and using the money for a moisture meter, but just want to know other people’s opinions on the issue. Thanks in advance.
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