Items Tagged with 'Eyewashes/showers'


Trends in ... eyewashes/showers

Regular testing is key
For workers who are exposed to chemicals or other hazardous substances at work, the importance of emergency eye/facewashes and showers can’t be overstated. But to prevent injuries – and even save lives – that equipment need to be fully functional. That’s where testing comes in.
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Emergency signaling systems

Customized Emergency Signaling Systems help to quickly alert and mobilize emergency response teams to affected workers using emergency safety showers and eyewash and eye/facewash fixtures.

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Water supply station

The Therm-O-Mix Station instantly and continuously delivers an OSHA-compliant 80° F tepid water supply to emergency safety shower and combination face/eyewash stations using a facility’s existing steam and water supplies.

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Emergency eyewash station

Kleen Eyes II is an emergency eyewash station that attaches directly to existing faucets. The station irrigates both eyes simultaneously with gentle streams of aerated water.

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Trends in ... eyewashes and showers

Properly working, easily accessible emergency eyewashes and showers are vital to on-the-job safety. That’s because “the first 10 to 15 seconds after exposure to a hazardous substance, especially a corrosive substance, are critical,” the Canadian Center for Occupational Health and Safety states. “Delaying treatment, even for a few seconds, may cause serious injury.”

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Portable eyewash

The Aquarion Portable Eyewash Station has a slim design and features a high-visibility yellow ABS removable cover, tinted translucent ABS side windows for internal visual inspection and a gray retracting tray to protect the enclosed eyewash nozzles from the environment.
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Emergency eyewash

The Fendall Pure Flow 1000 Emergency Eyewash Station delivers the required 15 minutes of flushing with a preserved, buffered, saline solution.
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