Durable, open-face design Wall Stations hold bottles firmly in place with easy access to bottles in an emergency to provide immediate flushing until the injured person can be helped to a primary emergency eyewash device. They offer high visibility in a hazard area and are readily available for emergency flushing and decontamination of the eyes, face and body. Each system is designed for easy “snap-out” access to Eyewash or Body flush bottles. Wall Stations mount easily with provided fasteners. Integral overhang protects bottles from dust and debris to minimize maintenance requirements. Durable plastic is easy to clean. All wall stations include Personal Eyewash or Body flush. Extended flow opening provides longer flow rate than conventional bottles.
Hazards: Airborne Particulates • Biohazard • Chemical • Contamination • Gas, Vapors, Smoke • Splash
• ANSI/ISEA Z358.1-2009 Approved •
The International Safety Equipment Association's (ISEA) revised American National Standard for Emergency Eyewash and Shower Equipment (ANSI/ISEA Z358.1-2009) has been approved. The standard includes minimum performance criteria for flow rates, temperature and drenching patterns. Also identified are requirements and maintenance directives for equipment installers. The addition of defined temperature parameters for flushing fluid delivery; clarification of certification procedures that allow for flexibility in designing compliant equipment; and the expansion of criteria for personal washes to ensure they meet applicable regulatory requirements are just a few of the notable additions. Design configurations that meet the standard's criteria include updated illustrations. (Source: www.asse.org)