Generators, Compressors and Saws Niagara Falls NY

Valsi says fuel tanks leak on generators; Tap/Cummins says compressor has undersized power cord; Crain Cutter says toe-kick saws have problem with handle.

Local Companies

Tonya L. Previglian - Independent Contractor
(716) 838-0966
753 Crescent Ave.
Buffalo, NY
Turner Construction Co.
(716) 853-1900
135 Delaware Ave., Ste. 407
Buffalo, NY
Goergen-Mackwirth Co., Inc.
(716) 874-4800
765 Hertel Ave.
Buffalo, NY
Industrial Support, Inc.
(716) 827-1825
36 Depot St.
Buffalo, NY
Hughesco Of Buffalo
716-691-HOME
140 Irwin Place
Amherst, NY
American Sunrooms Incorporated
(716) 282-1616
1317 11th St
Niagara Falls, NY
LPCiminelli, Inc.
(716) 855-1200
The Cyclorama Building
Buffalo, NY
Buffalo Metal Forming, Inc.
(716) 856-4575
103 Sycamore St.
Buffalo, NY
Great Lakes Pressed Steel Corp.
(716) 885-4037
1400 Niagara St.
Buffalo, NY
Niagara Lubricant Co., Inc.
(716) 874-2300
164 Chandler St.
Buffalo, NY
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Source: TOOLS OF THE TRADE Magazine
Publication date: May 8, 2006

By Section Editor Katy Tomasulo

Valsi Generators Product: Valsi Power Equipment Single Phase Portable Generators, models G38MG0750RV, G42MG0750RV, G55MG0900RV, and G65MG1100RV. Recalled generators are black with blue label with Valsi Generator printed on it. Problem: The fuel tanks can crack and leak fuel, posing fire and burn risk.What to do: Stop using immediately. Company is notifying owners. Contact Valsi at 866-260-4842 to arrange for a free replacement gas tank. Source: Consumer Products Safety Commission, March 22, 2006

Tap/Cummins Air Compressors Product: Tap Enterprises/Cummins Industrial Tools Mini 2-Gallon Pancake Air Compressors. Problem: Undersized power cord can overheat and pose fire hazard; improper assembly of power cord strain relief and improper routing of internal conductors can cause shock hazard. What to do: Stop using immediately. Contact Cummins (www.cumminstools.com) for a refund. Source: Consumer Products Safety Commission, April 11, 2006

Crain Cutter Toe-Kick Saws Product: Crain Cutter Co. Toe-Kick Saw Model 795 (with blue handle and motor housing) Problem: The handle could break, causing the user to lose control, which could cause the saw to kick back and cause injury. What to do: Stop using immediately. Contact Crain at 800-538-7810 for repair or repair kit. Source: Consumer Products Safety Commission, April 13, 2006

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