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    Eyewashes/showers

    Emergency eyewash station

    June 19, 2013

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    The SEF-1850 is a fully functional faucet with an independently operated eyewash. Two separate water supplies built within the unit ensure cold-to-tepid water will bring immediate relief to a victim, regardless of whether hot water is running from the faucet simultaneously. The user simply lifts the easily designated recognizable lever to instantly receive temperature-controlled aerated water.

    Speakman Co.

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