Aico, UK market leaders in domestic Fire and Carbon Monoxide Alarms, is supporting Gas Safety Week between 16th and 22nd September 2019.
As part of the activities to raise awareness during this important week, Aico’s Mobile Demonstration Units will be out on tour across the UK, educating members of the public, about the dangers of Carbon Monoxide and providing information.
Aico’s Regional Specification Managers and members of Aico’s Technical Team will be visiting Norwich, Luton, Plymouth, Blackpool and Middlesborough throughout Gas Safety Week. For further information on dates, times and locations, please visit the Aico website at www.aico.co.uk.
Aico has been running its ‘Why Would You Risk It?’ campaign since March 2019, which aims to highlight the risks associated with Carbon Monoxide, whilst providing information about how to stay safe.
Aico provides a range of free resources via its website and during Gas Safety Week will be releasing a brand new Carbon Monoxide information card, which is free to order or download, via the Resources area of its new website: https://www.aico.co.uk/technical-support/guides-publications
Carbon Monoxide is otherwise known as the silent killer. This is because it is a gas that you cannot see, smell or taste. Many people do not know the symptoms of Carbon Monoxide, as they are similar to flu.
Aico, an Ei company, is the UK market leader in Fire & Carbon Monoxide Alarms. All alarms are designed and built in Ireland specifically to meet UK standards and regulation. For more information, please visit www.aico.co.uk/3000series.
Aico works in partnership with local authorities, housing associations, developers, specifiers, contractors and wholesalers, bringing unrivalled products, experience and expertise to help customers ensure they get the very best Fire and Carbon Monoxide detection possible. Aico has produced a range of innovative tools for specifiers to this end, including the online ‘Alarm Selector’ which produces pre-written alarm specifications.
Aico, an Ei company, is the market leader in residential Fire and Carbon Monoxide protection in the UK. All alarms are designed and built in Ireland specifically to meet the UK standards and regulations.