Bradley combination emergency shower and eyewash station with plastic bowl and handheld spray hose (S19314P).
Certified ANSI Z358.1-2009. The emergency shower has a minimum flow exceeding 20 GPM (76 L/min). The eyewash has a minimum flow exceeding 0.4 GPM (1.5 L/min). The handheld spray hose is considered a supplement for the eye/wash station and does not replace a full-body emergency shower. This emergency shower combo does not include a device for controlling water temperature.
Ideal for laboratories, medical facilities, industries, workshops, garages, airports, food processing plants, paper mills, and any other places where workers risk being exposed to dust, particulates, and/or hazardous, irritating or corrosive materials.
This emergency shower and eyewash combo is floor-mounted. The emergency shower has a single-step activation simply by pulling on the triangular handle. Once activated, the emergency shower will stay on until manually turned off. The eyewash station is just as easy to activate by pushing on the large handle, allowing the victim to use their hands to keep their eyes open when rinsing them. The hinged dust cover tilts open at the same time as the handle moves. Like the emergency shower, the eyewash station stays on until manually turned off. The handheld 2.4 m (8 ft) spray hose allows rinsing the face and the body.
The emergency shower has separate pipes for water intake and for the drain, and there is no risk of water accumulating in the drain pipe. The emergency shower has a yellow ABS plastic showerhead that imparts a spiralling motion to the water jet, allowing an even flow of water over a larger area. The bowl of the eyewash station is made of impact-resistant yellow plastic. The sprayheads are equipped with strainers to filter water particulates, and with an antimicrobial protection. Yellow and gray plastic covers protect the sprayheads from dust. Pipes are made of galvanized steel protected by yellow Bradtec covering.
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The manufacturer recommends the installation of a thermostatic valve in order to comply with ANSI Z358.1-2009 standards. A thermostatic valve keeps rinsing water at a lukewarm temperature. Rinsing water should not be too cold (for more comfort while rinsing for the minimum required rinsing time of 15 minutes) nor too hot (to avoid aggravating eye or face injuries and to avoid scalding).
We would also like to remind our customers that the emergency shower must not be used to rinse eyes, since the water flow is too strong and may aggravate eye injuries.
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