Items Tagged with 'Eyewashes/showers'

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Steam-fired water heater

The Therm-O-Mix Station is an instantaneous steam-fired water heater that delivers tepid water to emergency safety showers and face/eyewash stations using only a facility’s existing steam and water supplies.
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Shower enclosure

The Three-Sided Shower Enclosure is a cost-efficient option that offers privacy and protection when needed most. Model 9035 provides sun, rain and wind protection with an easy-to-install, compact solution ideal for indoor and outdoor use. The versatile design is suitable for permanent or short-term job applications. Highly visible, ultraviolet light-protected emergency signage provides improved onsite safety and ANSI Z535.1 safety color compliance.


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Tepid water skid systems

Navigator Tepid Water Skid Systems provide a safe tepid water temperature with just a cold water connection and an electrical connection. Each skid system comes equipped with a 
Navigator TMV hot water storage tank and an immersion heater, expansion tank and electrical control panel. Two models are available: the NTS1 (designed for one combination shower/eyewash activation) and the NTS2 (designed for two activations).


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Trends in ... eyewashes and showers

Conduct inspections regularly
You’re at work and a chemical splashes in your eye. Your next move: Find the nearest eyewash station, which – if properly placed – should be within a 10-second walk from where the incident occurred, notes Isabel Ferreira, product marketing manager, first aid and eyewash, for Smithfield, RI-based Honeywell Industrial Safety.
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Emergency eyewash station

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