Bradley pedestal Halo eye wash / face with plastic bowl, certified ANSI Z358.1-2009.


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Bradley pedestal Halo eye/face wash station (S19214FW), with yellow plastic bowl.

Certified ANSI Z358.1-2009. Minimum flow exceeds 3.0 GPM (11.4 L/min). 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 dusts, particulates or dangerous materials.

This eye wash station is mounted on the floor and does not need to be placed close to walls. Its single-step activation simply requires a push on the large handle, leaving a user’s hands free once turned on. Once activated, the wash station will stay on until manually turned off. The sprayheads have a unique elongated design, with multiple water jets, that covers more area than traditional face wash sprayheads and facilitates face rinsing. This eye/face wash station is also barrier-free, for use by people in wheelchairs.

The wash station has separate pipes for water intake and drain, and ensures a safe, steady flow of water, even if the water supply pressure varies between 30 and 90 PSI. The bowl is made of yellow impact-resistant 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.

The kit includes:

  • Parts necessary for the installation of the wash station and the connection to a water supply (some parts are not supplied, see instructions)
  • 1 universal safety sign to indicate the location of the emergency wash station
  • 1 inspection tag
  • 1 trilingual instructions booklet (English, French, Spanish). PDF version also available, see below.

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).

Type of productSafety equipment
Main categoryFirst aid and emergency showers
Sub categoryEmergency showers
Sub sub categoryEyewash & face wash stations
Name of the productBradley pedestal Halo eye wash
Product codePD19214FW
ANSI RequirementsCompliance ANSI Z358.1-2009
FeaturesThis device does not include a thermostatic valve, therefore there is no automated water temperature control
Additional FeaturesThe heads are equipped with filters to retain water particles and antimicrobial protection
Comfort featuresThe unique design of the heads, with multiple water jets, covers a wider area than traditional face shower models, making it easier to wash the face
IncludesParts necessary for the installation of the eyewash station and the connection to a water supply (some parts are not supplied, see instructions)
Type of emergencyEye/Face Wash
Installation specificationsThis eyewash station attaches to the floor, so it doesn't need to be placed near the walls
Activation typeIt is activated in one movement by pressing either the large lever or the foot pedal to keep your hands free. In addition, this eye and face shower can be used by people in wheelchairs.
Operating flow rateAllows a minimum flow of 3 GPM (11.4 L/min) at 30 PSI
Material1The bowl is made of yellow impact resistant plastic. The piping is made of galvanized steel protected by the yellow Bradtect coating
Material2Yellow plastic lids
Length (in/cm)36 in / 91.44 cm
Width (in/cm)18 in / 45.72 cm
Height (in/cm)18 in / 45.72 cm
Weight (lb/kg)15 lb / 6.80 Kg
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Return conditionsNo returnable


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