BelRed Energy Solutions has been advised by SUPCO, Inc., of a potential safety hazard with surge protectors installed on HVAC systems between 2010 and 2014.

Some models of the ‘Supco SCM 150’ and ‘Supco SCM 60’ surge protectors supplied by the distributor do not meet specifications. These surge protectors are prone to overheating, posing a potential fire hazard over time. We urge our customers to inspect their systems as soon as possible. If you find that your HVAC system has a Supco SCM 150 or SCM 60 installed, contact a licensed HVAC contractor like BelRed for immediate replacement. DO NOT attempt to remove a surge protector yourself – only a licensed HVAC contractor and/or licensed electrician should remove the unit.

While there is no government mandated recall for these surge protectors, and although BelRed is not responsible for the defective products, we care about the safety of our customers and want to alert our community of this potential hazard. BelRed can help provide:

  • Complimentary surge protector evaluation to check for recalled models for current BelRed customers
  • Free removal of units installed by BelRed
  • Free removal and 50% off replacement of Supco surge protectors for current or new customers, with a one-year BelRed warranty on the new surge protector – no additional discounts or offers apply

Supco is offering free replacement, but only if the customer does the filing themselves and pays for installation. (Click HERE for SUPCO’s notice)

What surge protector models are affected?

  • ‘Supco SCM 150’ and ‘Supco SCM 60’ model surge protectors manufactured between 2010 and 2013.

How do I know whether I have a Supco SCM 60 or SCM 150 surge protector installed?

  • View the VISUAL GUIDE to check your system. The surge protector’s model number is printed on the name plate sticker located on front of the unit.

What should I do if I find the Supco SCM 60 or SCM 150 installed on my HVAC system?

  • Contact BelRed or the manufacturer – Supco – for immediate replacement. DO NOT attempt to remove a surge protector yourself.

How long does replacement take?

  • A licensed HVAC contractor like BelRed Energy Solutions can typically replace a surge protector in less than one hour.

DO NOT attempt to remove a surge protector from your residence. Only a licensed HVAC contractor and/or licensed electrician should remove the unit.

If you are unsure what brand of surge protector is installed on your HVAC system or if you are unable to inspect it, please contact the HVAC maintenance experts at BelRed today. Thank you for reading, and we appreciate your continued business.