Originally Posted by MrBungle
just dont smoke for 5 hours a day lol problem solved
LOL! True that but from what I've seen, CO levels can get rather high in much less time. For instance, when I got home from work today the CO level in the house was way below 30ppm (30ppm is considered normal). I smoked one bowl with two natural coals on it. The CO level peaked at 47ppm, which is still considered a safe level. The interesting thing is that I finished that session about 2 hours ago and the CO level is still at 43ppm. I know from experience that if I were to start another session using two or three natural coals, the CO level will get to over 60ppm, sometimes even 70ppm. At that level, the alarm starts to go off.