A dual-purpose faucet desktop eyewasher is a piece of safety equipment that serves two primary functions: as a regular faucet for washing hands or other items, and as an eyewash station in emergency situations. This type of equipment is typically found in laboratories, workshops, or other environments where there’s a risk of getting harmful substances in one’s eyes.
Here’s a simple description and a few key points to consider:
Description: This type of eyewasher is designed to be mounted on a countertop or desk. It usually has a standard faucet for regular use, and a separate outlet for the eyewash function. In an emergency, the eyewash function can be activated, usually by pulling a lever or pushing a button, and the unit will deliver a steady stream of water or saline solution to rinse the eyes.
Remember to consult with a professional or a safety equipment supplier to ensure the dual-purpose faucet desktop eyewasher you choose meets your specific needs and complies with all relevant safety standards.
|Name||Main material||Flow speed
|Water inlet size||Product dimensions
|Desktop faucet emergency eyewash station||Thickened copper electroplating||≥ 11.4||G1/2 internal thread||15×15×20||24×24×16||Wj7013|
The Countertop Faucet Emergency Eyewash Station is a versatile product, equipped with a faucet that can be readily attached to the outlet of a standard faucet.
To activate the eyewash feature, simply turn on the faucet switch. This triggers an automatic spray of clean water from the eyewash nozzle. The device’s control valve body features a button for toggling between eyewash and handwashing modes, allowing an easy transition between the faucet and eyewash functionalities.
The eyewash nozzle is designed with an integrated dual-layer filter to sift out water impurities. It employs a slow pressure principle to transform the water flow into a frothy water column. This design minimizes the risk of additional harm to injured eye nerves or other wounded areas from either waterborne impurities or excessive water flow.
The eyewash sprinkler comes with a dust cover that automatically opens with the water flow during use. It’s important to manually reset the dust cover after each use to maintain cleanliness and effectiveness.