Westmor Trailer Recall, Valve and Fire Danger

Report Receipt Date: APR 30, 2013 
NHTSA Campaign Number: 13V165000 
Component(s): EQUIPMENT 
Potential Number of Units Affected: 510 

Manufacturer: Westmor Industries

Westmor Industries, LLC. (Westmor) is recalling certain model year 2003-2013 trailers equipped with Fisher-branded H732 and H832 pressure relief valves, manufactured by Emerson Process Management Regulatory Technologies, Inc. (Emerson) between January 2003 and January 2013. The stem of the valve may break, resulting in separation. This may result in the valve being ejected and pressurized gas being released into the atmosphere.
The ejected valve could strike another vehicle and cause personal injury or a vehicle crash. The release of gas near an ignition source could also lead to a vehicle fire.

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