Did you know that every year, at least 50 deaths and 4,000 injuries are due to carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning caused by faulty gas appliances?
Project SOTER is a ground-breaking safety device, designed to automatically turn off faulty gas appliances by using intelligent sensors to learn, store, and act on the alarm signal of a CO gas detector.
Designed with both the installer and customer in mind, Project SOTER is easy to install; neither the gas supply or the appliance need to be disturbed. What’s more, the innovative device is low cost, making it an affordable safety option for consumers.
My wife and I nearly died of carbon monoxide poisoning due to a faulty gas fire outlet. The effects of carbon monoxide poisoning are slow and make you drowsy, so there’s a big risk you won’t make that emergency call in time. As far as I’m concerned, Project Soter should be installed in every home.
Providing full protection against the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning, Project Soter can save lives. As well as giving reassurance to consumers, the device could prove vital to the most vulnerable in society. Whether someone has a disability, hearing problems, or is heavily pregnant, responding quickly to a carbon monoxide warning may prove difficult. Project Soter switches off faulty appliances before any harm is caused. With the rising number of dementia sufferers, Project Soter could provide crucial protection to those with decreased mental capacity, and has a potential use in care homes.
Provided the usual safeguards of alerting the emergency services work, we greatly support the idea of a cut-off system that could be instantly made safe from carbon monoxide. We congratulate Project Soter on this initiative, which is likely to contribute greatly to saving lives and preserving health.
Stephanie Trotter, OBE, President & Director of CO-Gas Safety
Project Soter is patented in both the US and the UK.
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