Carbon Monoxide Test using a Propane Heater in a Tent – 16 Hour Test. (Mr. Heater)

May 14, 2019 - Comment

Is it safe to use a propane heater inside of a tent? (Mr. Heater Portable Buddy) Can you get carbon monoxide poisoning? In a previous video, I showed you how I stay warm in a car camping tent. Many of you asked or have stated that this may not be safe, as carbon monoxide poisoning.

Is it safe to use a propane heater inside of a tent? (Mr. Heater Portable Buddy) Can you get carbon monoxide poisoning?

In a previous video, I showed you how I stay warm in a car camping tent. Many of you asked or have stated that this may not be safe, as carbon monoxide poisoning. As I’ve used this system many times and have had no symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning, I want to reassure you that it is safe through this test.

How to stay warm in the winter while car camping in a tent; https://youtu.be/co62EMjGH68

I hope this provides some clarity and reassurance.
Always remember to exercise all safety precautions and follow the instructions provided on the heater.
Stay safe and take care!

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Comments

Edward Shin says:

As a disclaimer, I cant stress enough how important it is to make sure you have good ventilation where you use this.

And for those who are wondering if height placement of the detector matters, in this specific testing, it does not. https://solutions.borderstates.com/does-the-height-of-carbon-monoxide-alarms-matter/
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But with that said, please exercise proper safety precautions and ventilate! Be safe and take care!

F Fry says:

awesome!
Saw you were in Vancouver Wa!

Roll With The TROLL! says:

Are homes with propane heat likely to have worse air quality than natural gas?

R. T. says:

Testo makes small portable CO testers for a bit more than US 200 , for example testo 317-3 for ambient CO .It will be interesting to compare the readings .

Light Science says:

Thank you for the video.
I wonder what the polling frequency of that carbon monoxide detector is.
Since it's a battery operated detector it may not test too frequently.
Edit
Also being vented the cold fresh air should drop to the ground pretty quickly. I wouldn't mind seeing the result of the detector was a few feet off the ground

Алексей Захаров says:

Зимой палатка должна иметь 2-3 слоя,или хотя бы полиэтиленовой пленкой накрыта,а если ветер,пурга,что будете делать?! Костер внутри палатки?!

Алексей Захаров says:

Баллон с газом надо было занести в палатку,газ замёрзнет и не будет поступать на обогрев!!!У нас рыбаки которые дружат с головой внутри палатки держат!!!!Баллон надо чтоб не холодный был!!

Sedement Dust says:

Press peak

BEAST SQUAD says:

You keep going in and leaving your tent door open so you let the carbon dioxide out it like starting all over again

D. Jones says:

Spoiler alert: there is zero detectable carbon monoxide. Video could have been a minute long, no need for 20 goddamned minutes.

josue jaime says:

Hey bro how big is your tent?

danoesq2 says:

If you have top ventilation and a blue flame there's no danger from carbon monoxide.

Kimmer Jo Deplorable says:

Thank you for this because I have a few of these brand new for Emergency only

Red Reddington says:

Was the top of tent covered with rain drape as well during tests ? I have same buddy heater and was always worried of cm …stupid me never thought to bring cm alarm.

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