MCI Warns Consumers of Using a "Spray" that Claims Prevention against Electrical Shocks

11 Jan 2015
"Standards & Specifications" Tests proved that the product is unable to Isolate Electricity
MCI warned all consumers of using a "Spray" for Atom Volt product. The distributors of such spray claim that it can protect against electrical shocks, while the test results at the Saudi Standards, Metrology and Quality Organization proved to be inefficient for the prevention of electrical shocks. MCI has pointed out, in the same context, that the said product does not meet the Standard Electrical Insulation Requirements.
The Ministry requested, in an urgent recall for this product today, that all consumers should stop using such product completely, because it may cause a risk to their health and safety.
MCI emphasized that all those who had already bought such product, should give it back to the seller and get the full purchase value, even if they had used it. 
This comes in the framework of MCI inspection and follow-up of the products and materials offered for sale in various Regions of the Kingdom, to ensure the absence of any risk on the health and safety of consumers.
The Ministry stresses that it will not tolerate in the application of the statutory procedures on violators and those involved in the practice of fraud and counterfeiting, and all that put the  health and safety of consumers at risk.
MCI calls on all the consumers to report about any shop selling and marketing this product by contacting the Notification Center through the toll-free number 1900.
Last Modified 25 Dec 2018