PAM Cooking Spray
Were you injured while using PAM Cooking Spray?
Explosions and Burns
According to news reports, the 10-ounce can of PAM Cooking Spray exploded as consumers were cooking.
Reported injuries include:
- third-degree burns
The reported explosions have occurred with 10-ounce cans of the cooking spray, but not the 5-ounce or 6-ounce cans.
The U-shaped Vent System
Most spray cans use propellants like propane or butane. When these propellants get too close to a heat source, they can easily combust.
The 10-ounce cans involved in reported explosions used a U-shaped vent system on the bottom of the can to vent the propellants.
Conagra, the maker of PAM, discontinued the U-shaped vent design on its 10-ounce cans earlier this year. However, many of the cans remain available at warehouse stores like WalMart and Costco, and with online retailers like Amazon.
We are here to help
If you or someone you care about was injured using PAM cooking spray, contact Brown and Crouppen today for a free and confidential case evaluation.
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