Published: December 02, 2008
Intex Recreation Corp. Warns of Built-in Airbed Electric Inflator Bearing Unauthorized UL Mark
Intex is notifying all consumers that the
Intex Fast Fill(TM) built-in airbed inflator specified below and provided
on some Intex airbeds, bear an unauthorized UL mark. Whereas a handheld
version of such inflator has been UL certified, Intex had wrongly
interpreted the certification and applied it to the built-in version of the
inflator as well. This specific version of the built-in airbed inflator was
not evaluated for safety by UL.
Name of product: Intex Fast Fill(TM) built-in airbed inflator, model AP619
Manufacturer: Intex Industries (Xiamen) Co., Ltd., Xinyang Industrial Zone,
Haicang, Xiamen, China.
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