Mini Merlin V2 AGS
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AGS Mini Merlin – Florida

Designed in accordance with the 2022 Florida Statutes for Carbon Monoxide Detection

A Carbon Monoxide (CO) detector and interlock system is newly required for every enclosed space or room that contains a boiler over 200,000 BTU’s, regulated under chapter 554, is fired by the direct application of energy from the combustion of fuels and that is located in any location open to the general public. The CO detector must prevent the boiler from operation if the levels of CO exceed 35ppm, and must have a manual reset.

An emergency boiler panic button is also required per exit and should be located outside the boiler room door, or if it an external door, it may be located just inside the door.

The Mini Merlin exceeds the requirements set out in the 2022 Florida Statutes, Chapter 509.211 Safety Regulations.

Product Description

509.211 Safety regulations

(4) Requires that every enclosed space or room that contains a boiler regulated under chapter 554 which is fired by the direct application of energy from the combustion of fuels and that is located in any portion of a public lodging establishment that also contains sleeping rooms shall be equipped with one or more carbon monoxide sensor devices that bear the label of a nationally recognized testing laboratory and have been tested and listed as complying with the most recent Underwriters Laboratories, Inc., Standard 2034, or its equivalent, unless it is determined that carbon monoxide hazards have otherwise been adequately mitigated as determined by the division. Such devices shall be integrated with the public lodging establishment’s fire detection system. CO METERS by set to shut boiler off and 35ppm and Must have a Manual Reset.

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