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  1. apcdave

    apcdave Member

    Hi chaps - after about 8 years using an Anton Sprint which was great but getting bit long in tooth , last week I bought a new Kane 455 kit - thing is the 3 boilers I have used it on since have all given high CO readings - 50 - 60 ppm and the only way I can get the CO reading to drop is by increasing the excess air thereby reducing the CO2 reading. This is the opposite of what I am used to- something not right here..
  2. ShaunCorbs

    ShaunCorbs S. Mod Trusted Plumber GSR Top Contributor!!

    50-60ppm is perfectly fine and depending on boiler manufacture well within regs

    REDSAW Guest

    compare it to another analyser?
  4. SimonG

    SimonG Trusted Plumber

    50 to 60 is not an issue. I nearly creamed myself when I swapped from a wet kit to an analyser and got it to 0 ppm on co.
  5. newcastle phill

    newcastle phill Guest

    Id be happy with 50 to 60.
    If its near 300 to 350 id start to raise an eyebrow
  6. Best

    Best Trusted Plumber

    I think you only get concerned if more than 100 on oil boilers. After you clean an oil boiler in a service you will often get CO readings of 30 or 40 at least, which I assume is due to tiny particles of soot, etc burning partially. Although I do find CO in single numbers or zero on most modern clean boilers
    It is parts per million, so 60 per million is one part in 16,666 parts.
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  7. apcdave

    apcdave Member

    gents beware - I have contacted Kane - they say I need an in line sulphur filter assembly plus filters. Never heard of this but with carriage is going to cost me £85 nicker. Apparently this is only needed for oil appliances :mad:
  8. Gazzt

    Gazzt Active Member

    Yes the regs are 100 pmm maximum limit for oil, C0 in oil boilers should be below 100 pmm.
    I have an anton sprint which i find a good analyser. I am not sure of the settings on kane but are the settings for fuel set for light oil and not gas or heavy oil. I was caught out before with this.
  9. apcdave

    apcdave Member

    cheers Gazzt - settings all OK for light oil but got the sulphur filters yesterday and bingo my CO ppm is back down to 10 - 15:)
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  10. townfanjon

    townfanjon Trusted Plumber GSR

    Many years ago , my pal bought a Kane , I bought an Anton , we both anylised my boiler at home , both were brand new , both gave different results lol . I am sure mine was the right one :D lol
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