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Warnings / safety

March 14th, 2024

Construction heaters – PCH and UCH models

Stelpro is offering compensation following the settlement of the Canadian class action concerning construction heaters, targeting devices manufactured with heating elements supplied by the company CCI. These elements have been used in construction heaters from several manufacturers, including certain Stelpro models. The recall only affects PCH48T, PCH4800T, UCH48T, UCH4800T, UCH4800 and UCH48 models manufactured between January 2000 and April 2009.

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February 8th, 2019

Service bulletin regarding certain models of Excel Dryer hand dryers

Excel Dryer issued a service bulletin regarding certain hand dryers distributed by Stelpro. The specific products are the push button models: SHDLPB1, SHDLPB2 and SHDLPB8 manufactured by Excel Dryer between May 18th, 2009 and November 1st 2018.

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May 2nd, 2017

HTM511 Thermostat

On May 2nd, 2017, Health Canada issued an expanded recall of line voltage thermostats manufactured by UPM Inc. This recall includes products manufactured by UPM and distributed under several brand names. The thermostat product code affected by this recall is HTM511.
Stelpro distributed this product for only two months at the beginning of 2005.

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September 6th, 2011

STE402 and STE403 Thermostats

This notice is to advise you that an anomaly has been observed regarding the production of our STE402 and STE403 thermostats manufactured in August 2011 only.

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