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Release Date: 四月 04, 2024
  • Pink Vine Fuel Bottle - Front
    Pink Vine Fuel Bottle - Front

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is warning consumers to immediately stop using refillable fuel bottles sold by Shenzhen Pink Vine Technology because they pose a risk of poisoning and burns to children due to lack of a child resistant closure, which violates the Children’s Gasoline Burn Prevention Act.

The fuel bottles pose a flash fire hazard to all users due to lack of a flame mitigation device. Under the Portable Fuel Container Safety Act, portable fuel containers manufactured after July 12, 2023, must have flame mitigation devices that impede the propagation of a flame into the container. The manufacture dates of the Shenzhen Pink Vine Technology fuel bottles are unknown. Additionally, the label lacks mandatory safety information, violating the Federal Hazardous Substances Act.

The fuel bottles were sold on from an unknown start date through January 2024 for around $16. The fuel bottle is red with a black cap and white markings bearing “multi fuel stove”, “FUEL BOTTLE” and “1000ml” with “DANGER”, other warnings, and instructions in English. Chinese characters also appear on the bottle.

CPSC issued a Notice of Violation to the seller Shenzhen Pink Vine Technology Co. Ltd., of China, but the firm has not agreed to recall these fuel bottles or offer a remedy to consumers. Consumers who purchased the product will receive this notice directly.

CPSC urges consumers to stop using the fuel bottles immediately and to dispose of them empty as normal refuse.

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