World Patent Marketing Success Group Introduces Canary Poisonous Gas Sensor, a Safety Invention Designed to Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

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World Patent Marketing Reviews A New Technological Invention. Will Canary Poisonous Gas Sensor Be the Next World Patent Marketing Low Cost Success Story?

The Canary PG Sensor will potentially save the lives of many people that get trapped with a vehicle in a garage.

The home appliance industry in the US is worth $103 billion," says Scott Cooper, CEO and Creative Director of World Patent Marketing. "This is a safety invention that will likely become standard.

World Patent Marketing, a vertically integrated manufacturer and engineer of patented products, announces the Canary Poisonous Gas Sensor.

"The home appliance industry in the US is worth $103 billion," says Scott Cooper, CEO and Creative Director of World Patent Marketing. "This is a safety invention that will likely become standard."

“With a car sitting in a garage for hours on end, things can get a bit dangerous,” says Jerry Shapiro, Director of Manufacturing and World Patent Marketing Inventions. “If someone is trapped in a garage and there is a potentially life-threatening situation, The Canary PG Sensor will allow that person to escape free of harm.”

The Canary PG or Poison Gas Sensor is a device that is installed in a user’s garage and can save lives. The way this product works is that, if it senses any dangerous carbon monoxide poison, such as from a vehicle, the garage doors will automatically open. This will prevent any potentially fatal carbon monoxide poisoning or suffocation.

"The Canary Sensor is a garage safety device that I feel should have been on the market years ago,” says inventor James E, “I became aware of this need when I heard that a second person in my life had died from carbon monoxide poisoning in a garage. After that, I realized the urgency of this need and became more focused on getting it to market. I am very excited now that the time is here, and knowing the benefits of the sensor and how it could save many lives, I feel it’s just a matter of time when the canary sensor becomes municipal code in many areas. As it should be."

Luke Perrington, a retired soldier in Georgia had this to say about The Canary PG Sensor: “I’ve been waiting for something like this to come on the market. One night, my wife came home fairly late from shopping and fell asleep in the car in the garage. Luckily, I noticed her absence and was able to get her out in time. I can’t always be there, and with The Canary PG Sensor, I don’t have to be."

The Canary PG Sensor will potentially save the lives of many people that get trapped with a vehicle in a garage.

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