Nereus Alarms Engineers Regularly Upgrade The Standards of Carbon Monoxide Detector For Boats

Poole, United Kingdom (PressExposure) May 02, 2012 -- Nereus Alarms has been able to build its separate identity among the manufacturers of gas detectors and alarms, because its products are especially designed to be installed on motorboats, small crafts and yachts. It produced best quality waterproof sensors for carbon monoxide detector, LPG and patrol vapour detector and combined gas alarm, which makes them best suited to be installed even in the moist areas. Nereus Alarms hold membership of British Marine Federation and it is the only gas detector manufacturer that has succeeded to become its member.

2nd May 2012, Poole, Dorset- Carbon monoxide is generally produced as a result of partial combustion of fuel. Being colourless and odourless, it can easily merge in the atmosphere, and it cannot harm you unless it crosses certain level. The elevation in percentage of CO in the atmosphere will start showing the common symptoms, such as drowsiness, headache, and feeling of nausea. However, such symptoms can occur due to several reasons, and you will never come to know about excessive range of CO in the atmosphere unless you are using carbon monoxide detector. It is a well known fact that Carbon monoxide poisoning may cause death of individuals, because if they inhale CO for a longer duration, it starts binding itself with haemoglobin, and there will be no way to keep continues supply of oxygen in the blood vessels.

Owing to the rising dangers of CO accumulation in boats, due to regular use of generators and gasoline engines, people have started paying attention towards the requirement of installing Carbon monoxide detector on boats and ships. Nereus Alarms Ltd has been producing variety of gas detectors and alarms that are designed especially for boats, for more than fifteen years. In a way, it has been helping the boaters for installing life saving gadgets, such as LPG detectors, patrol vapour alarm, CO detectors and combined gas detector on their vessels for over one and half decades. The engineers at Nereus Alarms Ltd have been putting their wholehearted efforts to maintain the consistent reputation of the company by regularly upgrading the standards of their products ever since the establishment of company.

If, you are a boat owner, you must agree with the safety norms, and start using the Carbon monoxide detector or combined gas detector immediately. It will help you to avoid heavy accumulation of some gases that can cause explosion, or serious health issues. However, you must check that the detectors and alarms you are going to purchase are designed specially to be fitted on the boats and yachts. The gas detectors and alarms from Nereus Alarms Ltd are capable of meeting all the basic requirements that makes them functionally perfect even on the moist environment of boats. You can thrust all the products from the company for their high quality and durability. If, you are interested to know the detailed information regarding the specially designed Carbon monoxide detector produced by Nereus Alarms Ltd, you just need to visit at

About Nereus Alarms

Nereus Alarms is the manufacturer of carbon monoxide detector, patrol vapour alarm, LPG alarm, and combined gas alarm. All these products are having waterproof sensors and they are designed specifically to be used on boats and yachts. The gas detectors and alarms helps alerting the people from the dangers of heavy accumulation of different gases in the atmosphere, and prevent the incidences of mass poisoning, explosion or breakage of fire. All the products from Nereus Alarms have to undergo stick quality check before reaching the hands of buyers. The company is earning much fame for its best quality carbon monoxide detector, and you can get detailed information regarding this on the following link:

Company's address-

Nereus Alarms Ltd
9 Britannia Road, Poole,
Dorset. BH14 8AZ UK
Tel: +44 (0)1202 731886

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Press Release Submitted On: May 02, 2012 at 5:41 am
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