Welcome to the Airgas Safety Notice Center*. Simply select from our list of manufacturer product safety notices to access more information about a product recall, product replacement program, product discontinuation or other important product safety updates. If you have any questions about a particular product safety notice, please contact our Customer Service department.

*The following notices are provided by the manufacturer.

    3M

  • 3M Fall Protection has received reports that the aluminum reinforcement plate used in the seat sling on certain DBI-SALA ExoFit™, ExoFit XP™ (inc. Arc Flash), and ExoFit NEX™ (inc. Arc Flash) harnesses can become dislodged from the webbing.

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  • This letter is to inform you that 3M recently discovered that the sound localization performance of the 3M™ PELTOR™ COMTAC™ Hearing Defender headsets can be negatively affected by a wiring issue.

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  • 3M Fall Protection has detected a small quantity of DBI-SALA® 16 Ft. Talon™ Self Retracting Lifelines that are defective due to an assembly error. This notice only applies to the 16 ft version of the Talon; no other versions of the Talon are affected by this condition.

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  • 3M has identified a performance issue with certain models of 3M™ PELTOR™ X3 Earmuffs that were manufactured between March 2016 and May 2016, of which you should be aware.

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  • 3M has determined that selected production lots of the following three 3M™ Versaflo™ TR-600 Series cartridges may have been vacuum sealed too tightly, which may affect the performance of the center gasket due to deformation.

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  • At 3M, customer safety and confidence are high priorities. In light of the reported incidents and potential misuse scenarios, we have discontinued sale of the original Lad-Saf sleeve, and are voluntarily initiating a full recall of all original Lad-Saf sleeves.

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  • 3M Fall Protection (formerly Capital Safety) has identified a production issue with its Zorbit EnergyAbsorbers that creates a risk of serious injury or death for a user in the event of a fall from height.

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  • It has come to our attention that a limited number of 3M™ Particulate Respirator, 8233, N100 and 3M™ Particulate Respirator, 8293, P100 product that shipped recently from our facility do not meet the NIOSH specifications for N-100 class or P-100 class respirators.

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  • 3M has determined that select production lots and sizes of the 3M™ Protective Coverall 4570 may not meet a certain aspect of the EN-1149:5-2008 standard, specifically related to anti-static performance of the protective coverall.

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  • Bosch

  • Month codes from 2010 to 2029:

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  • Bosch Tool has determined that under heavy loading conditions the tool can overheat. The Product may present the risk of personal injury or property damage due to this condition.

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  • Honeywell

  • We have recently informed the market of a deviation in quality affecting certain lot numbers of our Fibre Metal E2 Cap and North Peak A79 hard hats that may render them unable to provide the impact protection for which they were designed and certified.

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  • Honeywell has learned of potential for leaks affecting a limited number of lots of Eyesaline eyewash bottles. While these products are filled aseptically, the potential for a leak results in a low risk of contamination of the eyewash solution and possible damage to surrounding materials when used in First Aid Kits.

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  • We have learned that fresh-air calibration of an oxygen (O2) sensor that has failed in the ToxiRAE Pro; QRAE 3; MultiRAE Series; AreaRAE Plus/Pro and MeshGuard EC monitors. This could result in a false reading, caused by a firmware anomaly.

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  • We are pleased to announce the order entry and production hold is lifted and all new GasAlertMicroClip XL and GasAlertMicroClip X3 detectors will come complete with an upgrade. Further, we are offering an upgrade program for existing GasAlertMicroClip XL and GasAlertMicroClip X3 detectors manufactured prior to October 5, 2016.

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  • All U.S. and Canadian Users and Distributors of the Following Honeywell Respiratory Products: TITAN™, Panther, Cougar and PUMA SCBAs; 5-minute and 10-minute EBAs; 5-minute, 10-minute and 15-minute Hip-Pac Pressure Demand SARs with Escape Cylinders; and All Spare Cylinders for the Aforementioned Products

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  • I regret to inform you that several dampeners (p/n 34-008) that were used in the Posichek new units andalso in the servicing of the bellows assembly (p/n 35-0105) have been found to fail prematurely due to abatch quality issue with the vendor.

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  • This is to inform you that Honeywell is recalling a single lot of the following product: 32oz Eyesaline Eyewash Solution because we were notified that one container (out of 20 tested) was reported to be contaminated with Klebsiella pneumoniae.

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  • Kimberly-Clark PROFESSIONAL

  • Kimberly-Clark Professional has initiated a voluntary recall of the modified JACKSON SAFETY* R60 AIRMAX* Powered Air Purifying Respirator (PAPR) and associated Blower Unit.

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  • Miller Electric

  • Miller Electric Mfg. Co. has determined that a potential hazard may exist for Filtair 130 part #300595 portable fume extractors. Filtair 130s manufactured between August 2016 and March 24, 2017 with serial numbers MG335107D – MH105106D have a missing seal.

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  • Miller Electric Mfg. Co. has determined that a potential hazard exists due to the strain relief failure on the detachable power cord that is paired with the Maxstar 161 series product. We desire to recall/replace all affected detachable power cords part numbers 274989 (120V) and 274990 (240V).

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  • MSA

  • MSA is issuing this update to the July 11, 2018 Safety Advisory to reflect that, for protective caps sold in the US or Canada, only protective caps with logos or stripes are affected. There is no change to the Safety Advisory for protective caps sold outside of the US and Canada.

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  • This Safety Notice is issued to inform you that MSA recently received a report from CSA that samples of our Nuevo Wrap Safety Glasses did not pass CSA side impact testing.

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  • This Safety Notice is issued to inform you that MSA received a field report from an end user regarding select MSA Gravity Welder Harnesses

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  • MSA recently determined that white Topgard Protective Caps manufactured in January and February 2017 may not comply with the electrical insulation performance requirement and the helmet shell may crack during the ANSI/ISEA specified top impact test.

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  • MSA recently determined that Super-V Protective Caps may not comply with the CSA (Canadian Standards Association) penetration performance requirement for a Type II (top and lateral) protective helmet

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  • MSA recently received notification from Calgaz, one of our calibration gas suppliers, that they erroneously shipped approximately 110 cylinders that did not meet minimum service pressure requirements for a size 2AL cylinder.

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  • MSA has received field reports of SCBA cylinder male quick connect adapters cracking, which have resulted in a rapid loss of cylinder air.

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  • MSA recently learned that two lots of Advantage P100 Cartridges and one lot of Advantage GMAP100Cartridges were packaged in plastic bags identified as containing GME-P100 Cartridges.

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  • MSA is issuing this Safety Notice due to the potential inability to connect Quick-Fill and UAC fittings. These fittings are used on SCBA, portable air-suppl y rescue systems, and associated hose assemblies. We apologize for any inconvenience that this condit ion and the corrective actions outlined below may cause.

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  • MSA recently determined that there is a potential safety issue regarding GALAXY GX2 Automated Test Systems.

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  • MSA recently determined that there is a potential safety issue regarding Ultima® XIR Gas Monitors.

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  • MSA recently determined that there is a potential safety issue regarding OptimAir® TL OV/AG Cartridges (Part Numbers 10080454 for cartridge 6-pack, 10143422 for individual cartridge).

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  • This User Notice is issued to inform you that MSA received field reports from end users regarding the exhalation valve stem in the G1 Facepiece and that, as a result of MSA’s findings related to these reports, you must take the actions outlined in this User Notice.

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  • Pelican

  • Stop using the flashlights and battery packs immediately.

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  • Radnor

  • Immediately discontinue use of all of Radnor 7018 3/32” with lot number 27Y256.

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