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TORONTO, Ontario, Feb. 14, 2008 — Underwriters Laboratories of Canada (ULC) is notifying regulators, distributors and property owners that it has discovered certain thermal detectors could potentially bear a counterfeit certification listing mark for Canada. These thermal detectors have not been evaluated for safety by ULC.

Name of product: Sentry Thermal Detector

Number of units: Unknown

Manufacturer: Unknown

Date of manufacture: January of 1994 to present

Distributed by: Known to be distributed by ADI/Burtek

Identification: The product has a label bearing the name Sentry Imports and is marked with an unauthorized ULC Mark that consists of the letters ULC in a circle, the word "Listed" and one of the following descriptions:

Issue No. 3005C
SEN-245A 135°F

A limited quantity of authorized units were manufactured prior to January 1994. Products produced after January 1994 are counterfeit and not authorized to bear the ULC Mark.

Hazard: The SEN-245A 135°F thermal detectors have not been evaluated by ULC. The performance characteristics for these thermal detectors are unknown.

Consumer Contact: Sentry Imports, Inc.
c/o Hampton Industries
110 Donnacona, Suite 505
Dollard des Ormeaux, QC H9B 3H1
CANADA
Telephone: +1-514-823-0123

What you should do: ULC recommends that qualified service personnel replace the counterfeit thermal detectors with ULC Listed thermal detectors. It is also recommended that the local fire or building department be notified.

Images of the thermal detectors