Carbon Monoxide Gas Detection

Carbon monoxide (CO) is a colorless, odorless, tasteless gas that is extremely poisonous and can cause death. RC Systems provides single point and dual sensor carbon monoxide detectors that provide advanced, reliable gas detection. Each model is fully configurable and programmed with pre-set levels based on the concentration of gas being monitored.

CO Gas Detectors & Sensors


Carbon Monoxide Gas Detectors

Single point gas detectors monitor CO levels within a facility and can accurately pinpoint the source of carbon monoxide leaks. Our CO detectors are CSA certified for Class 1, Division 1 or Class 1, Division 2 hazardous locations and highly configurable.
Dual gas detectors, are advanced, cost-effective, and dependable gas detection solutions. These CO sensors can monitor multiple points in a facility at once. Our dual sensor gas detectors are CSA Certified for Class 1, Division 1, or Class 1, Division 2 hazardous locations.

Carbon Monoxide Spare Sensors

RC Systems offers spare sensors for carbon monoxide detectors to ensure that your CO gas detection system works as designed. Our CO spare sensors are available to meet your exact specifications and feature sensor ranges from 0-5000ppm, depending on the model.

Carbon Monoxide Calibration Gasses, Kits, and Accessories

Keep your carbon monoxide detection system running efficiently by performing regular maintenance and calibration checks. We offer the carbon monoxide calibration kits, and other accessories to help operations continue as planned while minimizing risk for workers within your facility.

Carbon Monoxide Systems for At-Risk Industries

CO forms when carbon-containing materials such as gasoline, natural gas, kerosene, oil, wood, propane, or coal burn incompletely. It is a common industrial hazard that affects workers in warehouses, refineries, pulp and paper production, steel production, and any application involving boilers, ovens, furnaces, or gas-powered vehicles. Industries commonly at risk for carbon monoxide exposure include:
  • Metal fabricators
  • Food & beverage processing or production
  • Chemical processing
  • Pharma & biotechnology
  • And many, many more.
Not sure where to place your CO gas detector in your workplace? Let us help you determine the best location for your gas detection system.

Signs & Symptoms of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Installing CO detectors throughout your facility will alert you to any carbon monoxide present, although it is still critical to recognize the signs and symptoms of CO exposure as the gas is invisible to the human eye and has no taste or smell. Symptoms of CO gas exposure include:
  • Weakness, dizziness, and confusion
  • Blurred vision
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Shortness of breath
  • Loss of consciousness.
CO poisoning can result in permanent heart damage, brain damage, or death. In addition to installing effective carbon monoxide detectors, keep work areas well ventilated, use gasoline-powered components only in areas with air movement, and test the air regularly to minimize health risks.

Work Safer with CO Detectors & Sensors from RC Systems

RC Systems is dedicated to manufacturing the best gas detectors and critical alarm controllers on the market. We continuously work to ensure your complete satisfaction, improve our products, and perfect our processes. Select and configure your part to request a quote, or contact us today to discuss which carbon monoxide gas detector is best for you.