I’ve Got a Combustion Analyzer, What’s Next?

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1. True or False: The combustion analyzer is not the true analyzer that determines what the values mean; the technician is.

2. Why should we use a combustion analyzer?

3. True or False: You should only wear personal low-level CO monitors inside a customer's home.

4. When should we use a combustion analyzer?

5. Which reading will you NOT see on a combustion analyzer?

6. What does it usually mean when there is CO in the supply and return?

7. True or False: Combustion analyzer probes should NOT go in plenums for accurate combustion analysis.

8. True or False: Combustion analyzer probes should go above the draft hood.

9. True or False: Combustion analyzers don't need to be calibrated by manufacturers or labs.

10. True or False: Acid is a big problem that we need to keep in mind when it comes to combustion analyzer care and maintenance.

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