Bronnor Corporation, the Colorado-based startup behind the Bullet Concentrates vaping products, has issued a recall in conjunction with a safety advisory issued by the Colorado Department of Revenue (DOR) over concerns of potentially unsafe levels of residual ethanol found in the company’s Bullet Concentrates products.
The safety advisory and corresponding recall was issued in coordination with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) on January 24, 2018.
Consumers in possession of affected products are advised to return them from the retail outlets from which they were purchased in order to be properly disposed.
The following product batch numbers are included in the recall:
While ethanol screening is not required, Bronnor Corp. took it upon themselves to conduct the testing necessary to ensure the safety of their products. It is as a result of this voluntary testing on behalf of the Bronnor company that the potentially unsafe ethanol levels were detected and the recall and advisory subsequently issued.
While the testing’s preliminary results are the basis for the recall, the company indicated in a statement that it intends on conducting subsequent tests in order to determine whether its remaining product’s ethanol levels are acceptable.
Through the Bullet Concentrates brand, Bronnor offers prefilled vape cartridges and vape pens such as the Bullet Disposable Distillate vape pen. All of their concentrates are created from connoisseur grade material using a variety of proprietary extraction processes.