In the classroom we measured 135 ppm of CO, but what does that mean?
We found a simple scale to realize the quality of our air:
We translated these data in english from http://www.centreantipoisons.be/monoxyde-de-carbone/le-monoxyde-de-carbone-co-en-d-tail/quelles-sont-les-concentrations-toxiques-de
To have the pourcentage, you divide the level in ppm by 104 .
Below 200 ppm, there is no real danger but normally in a non polluted area, the CO level is around 0.2 ppm. As we can see, our air is already quite polluted.