Boaters are sometimes unaware of the risks of hazardous gases occurring in their immediate environment.
Yachts, sailboats and cruisers are the foundation of developed nautical tourism. Although they are used exclusively for the transport of passengers, it is important to monitor Carbon monoxide, which due to incomplete combustion of fuel in marine engines is a danger that can lead to suffocation, and in the most severe cases can be fatal.
The nautical sector is extremely risky in terms of dangerous areas because it is generally a large concentration of people in a relatively crowded environment. Unfortunately due to that, cases of poisoning or explosions with fatal outcomes are not uncommon.
- Boiler room control
- Supervision of passenger cabins
- Flammable: Methane, Propane, Butane
- Toxic: Carbon Monoxide, Carbon Dioxide
- Oxygen: Oxygen deficiency