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Frequently Asked Questions

Carbon monoxide

The carbon monoxide is an odorless gas produced by an incomplete combustion (exhaust gas). If carbon monoxide is accidentally inhaled, it can get into the bloodstream where it affects the oxygen-carrying capacity of the blood.
In higher concentrations, the carbon monoxide can cause headaches and dizziness; in extreme cases, it can lead to fainting or death by asphyxiation.