Product Focus: Eyewashes and Showers

August 2016


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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