Defective Nitrous Oxide Valves Recalled by Steve Johnson Induction Solutions

The affected valves have end stops on the sleeves that may break under pressure

Defective Nitrous Oxide Valves Recalled by Steve Johnson Induction Solutions
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May 4, 2016

Steve Johnson Induction Solutions has announced a recall for several potentially defective products.

The company is recalling certain Bottom Exit, Side Exit, and .125 Bottom Exit nitrous oxide solenoid valves, part number 22X01751Gm 12/DC. The affected valves have end stops on the sleeves that may break when under pressure. This could happen during installation or during use.

If the end stop on the sleeves breaks, it may come off under pressure, increasing the risk of injury to those nearby or possibly damaging other nearby components.

The manufacturer is including about 50 valves in its recall.

Steve Johnson Induction Solutions notified all affected owners on August 17, 2015, and provided a replacement solenoid, free of charge.

Owners with questions about this recall can contact the company's customer service line at (352) 593-5900.