A boat produces the highest concentration of carbon monoxide in theexhaust
on the water including fishing, boating and water sports. Sometimes, those
activities carry the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning. What is carbon monoxide?
Carbon monoxide can collect within, along side or behind a boat in minutes and
... exposure to low concentrations or very short exposure to high concentrations ...
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The highest concentrations of CO are often around swim platforms and cockpits
and can actually be sucked inboard by the "draft" effect of a moving vessel, It has
In high enough concentrations, even a few breaths can be fatal. Early symptoms
of CO poisoning include irritated eyes, headache, nausea, weakness, and ...
the exhaust opening of approximately 800 ppm and below for a fully warmed
engine. CO concentrations are typically higher at the stern of the boat and
The highest concentrations of CO are often around swim decks, an area where
occupants frequently sit while a boat idles or is traveling at low-speed and where
Finding CO concentrations higher indoors than outdoors indicates a source of ...
while participating in activities such as camping, fishing, hunting and boating.
Carbon Monoxide poisoning can be deadly, hence CO's nickname, “Silent Killer”.
I find that most boats in my area don't have marine quality, marine UL-listed, ...
started, very high concentrations of carbon monoxide are usually produced.