Items Tagged with 'Emergency eyewashes/showers'


Emergency eyewashes and showers

An easily accessible, properly working emergency eyewash and shower station is critical at worksites where, in OSHA’s words, “the eyes or body of any person may be exposed to injurious corrosive materials.”
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Trends in ... emergency eyewashes/showers

Equipment reliability is imperative
Unlike personal protective equipment such as hard hats and steel-toe boots, emergency eyewashes and showers are not meant to be used every day. Ideally, a worker will never need one. But should an incident such as a chemical splash occur, it’s vital that emergency eyewashes and showers be ready for use.
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Emergency eyewash

The Honeywell Fendall 2000 delivers 100-percent sterile, buffered and physiologically balanced saline solution free of contaminants, bacteria, corrosives and pollutants.
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Portable eyewash/drench hose unit

The G1562 is a pressurized, self-contained eyewash and drench hose ‘keg’ suitable for low-traffic areas and where a continuous supply of potable water is unavailable for plumbed units.
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Combination unit

The Optimus Combination Unit features a dual-aerated eyewash with two full-coverage face pads.
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Portable eyewash

Model 7501T is a 9-gallon, gravity-fed tempered portable eyewash that uses a heated insulated blanket to provide ANSI-compliant tempered water in ambient operating temperatures from -30° F to 100° F.
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