Electrical Product Safety Recall
Mack & Lanson Branded RCBO’s
The product fails the 6kA short circuit test. Following a rare high fault current event at full rated capacity, the RCBO may pose an electrical shock risk.
Check The L & H Group—Lanson Branded Combination RCD & MCB (RCBO) ACCC Recall Information in the link below…
LANRCBO610SA, LANRCBO616SA, LANRCBO620SA, LANRCBO625SA and LANRCBO632SA sold by L&H/Auslec between 16 September 2010 and 5 November 2010
Check The CrispTech Pty Ltd—Mack Branded 6kA RCBO (RCB & MCB) Combination ACCC Recall Information in the link below…
What are the defects?
What are the hazards?
One such type safety device that is arguably of equal importance is the homes fire alarms. These alarms provide early warning of a fire, which is crucial in allowing occupants to evacuate the premises safely and quickly. Just as safety switches are designed to prevent electric shocks, smoke alarms are designed to prevent the devastating effects of a home fire. If you suspect that your smoke alarms are aged and neglected and may not even work or are past their used by date of 10 years organise an electrician to replace smoke alarms in Sydney it’s a simple and relatively inexpensive procedure and will have a big impact on your homes safety.
While Safety Switches and Smoke Alarms serve different functions, they are both crucial safety devices that should be installed in all homes. They work together to ensure that you and your loved ones are protected from both electrical hazards and fire hazards. Therefore, it is important to make sure that you have both compliant safety switch protection and smoke alarm protection in your home to ensure the safety of your family and property.
Find out the typical causes of home fires in NSW and what you can do to understand the issue and mitigate any potential risks in your home. This is not advice, always seek your own professional advice for your homes specific needs!
A good read! Some interesting terminology used over the years for Safety-Switches! Also see some examples of why they are important to have in your home and also the interesting recent changes that make your home even safer! This is not advice, always seek your own professional advice for your homes specific needs!
This is a blog post reporting on the Infinity & Olsent Branded Cable Recall and how it may impact you… There are links from ACCC for further information too! Remember this is not advice, always seek your own professional advice for your homes specific needs.