The Gravityflo Emergency Tank Shower is designed with a mammoth 2,000-liter (528-gallon) tank to solve the dilemma regarding compliance with safety standards on a site with no running water or inadequate water pressure.
In the event of an incident involving hazardous chemicals, an emergency eyewash or shower can prevent further injury to a worker’s eyes and skin. Here, emergency eyewash and shower industry insiders describe developments in technology and stress the importance of weekly inspections.
The Optimus Combination Emergency Shower and Eye and Facewash System features a dual-aerated emergency eyewash paired cohesively with two individual face pads to deliver soothing, full-coverage relief to all affected areas of the face.
Suitable for temporary use and capable of delivering a constant flow of water for 90 seconds, this self-contained safety shower with eye/facewash holds 30 gallons of water for use in responding to potential injuries.
Customized Emergency Signaling Systems help to quickly alert and mobilize emergency response teams to affected personnel who are using emergency safety showers and eye and eye/facewash fixtures, while discouraging vandalism that impairs the performance of emergency fixtures.