Cave Corgi wrote:Is a portable co2 meter a good way to make sure the air in a cave is good? If so, what are some good models of co2 meters for caving? Thanks.
Ernie Coffman wrote:I was going to recommend that Cave Corgi get in contact with you, Dale, but...your first sentence in your answer spells it out completely! Guess we could recommend that Corgi carry a Bic lighter, like a lot of us do; thus, if the flame goes out, move on out of that area. And, of course, I see where you're both in the same grotto, so...will Corgi take some sensible thoughts and reason things out?
You are over obsessing about CO2 in Utah caves and mines. I have been in a great many abandoned mines in Utah but have never encountered CO2, but I never carried a CO2 meter.
Dale Green FE, LB
The best advice is, “If in doubt, get out”, in an orderly manner.
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