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What is an acceptable level of CO in the cockpit. I have a CO experts Model PG-2017R that indicates exact ppm (parts per million) but I cannot find any information about what are acceptable levels and for what duration. OSHA indicates that no more than 50 ppm for a duration of 8 hours. I fly for much less than 8 hours and the highest reading I've gotten is 45 briefly. AOPA can provide no info on this question and suggested I find an aviation physiologist (any ideas about how I ...

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Sep '21

What is an acceptable level of CO in the cockpit. I have a CO experts Model PG-2017R that indicates exact ppm (parts per million) but I cannot find any information about what are acceptable levels and for what duration. OSHA indicates that no more than 50 ppm for a duration of 8 hours. I fly for much less than 8 hours and the highest reading I've gotten is 45 briefly. AOPA can provide no info on this question and suggested I find an aviation physiologist (any ideas about how I ...