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SGPW Emergency Shower & Eye Wash-WJH0758A

Material: Shower ball valve, eye wash valve are the 304 stainless steel , eye wash bowl, eye wash sprayer heads and shower head are ABS material,the tube is galvanized steel material, inside of the
pipe has done the anticorrosive processing, pipe diameter is 42 mm
Coating: the especial coating can resist chemicals
Sprayer head: the ABS diameter of spray head is 250mm,supply the MAX.outlet water flux 80L/min,(the pressure is 0.6MPa),The ABS diameter of the eye wash bowl is 250mm.Built-in bubbly
equipment,sofeened water spray for eye protection,the outside have the duct cap,removed automatically when eye wash is operated
Valve: the valve of the shower is G3/4 ball valve.The valve of the eye wash is G1/2 ball valve
Rate of flow: along with the pipeline pressure the water flux is changed,within the stated water pressure,the max,outlet flux of eye wash is 11.5L/min.
Water pressure: the applicable water pressure is 0.2MPa-0.6MPa
Source: normal temperature purity water or according with sanitation standard water
Note:After washing the eyes, the pipe of water can empty automatically to achieve preventting
frostbite. Also can add the stainless steel foot treadle to control the switch of washing the eyes.

Features of SGPW Emergency Shower & Eye Wash

1. The ceramic and ball valve controls spray and eye wash respectively. It is easily operate and you may assure the quality.
2. The spray head: Using the ABS and brass to mould, coming to incorporate, in-built the spumes instrument, having filtration cotton and dust shield, the dust cup can clean the dust usually, removed automatically when eye wash is operate, to debase the hydraulic pressure when to be open abruptly, so as to protect eyes.
3. Coating: Epoxy
4. Pipe: Galvanization steel pipe with resistant to rust in the inside of pipe.
5. Eye wash bowl and shower sprayer head: ABS.

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6 Comments

  1. Lucy Li says:

    Do you know of an eye wash/rinse—usually applied with an eye cup—that is okay to use if I have dry eye syndrome? I’ve been told that most such washes have a drying effect.

    • admin says:

      I don’t recommend an eye wash for dry eyes.
      Treating any associated conditions such as eye allergy or eyelid disease such as blepharitis may also be part of the treatment. Oral medications can also be used as well as supplementation with omega fatty acids. There is no place for an “eye wash” or irrigating solution.
      This will only irritate your eyes and make the dry eye worse. The treatment for dry eyes starts with frequent non-preserved artificial tears. There are also prescription drops as well as procedures such as closure of the tear duct system with a plug in order to keep the natural tears in the eyes.

  2. ishn says:

    How many emergency wash stations do I need?

    • admin says:

      The number of wash stations needed per hazard depends on the number of employees in the area and the probability of multiple employees being exposed to the hazard at the same time.

  3. Gateway Safety Inc says:

    How often do I need to test or inspect my emergency eyewash station?

    • admin says:

      Self-contained eye washes obviously cannot be activated weekly without using up valuable solution, so ANSI recommends visually inspecting the unit to see if the fluid needs changing or supplementing.

      Plumbed stations should be tested and allowed to run long enough to clear the pipes of any sediment or debris that may have accumulated once a week. While activating plumbed eyewashes, eye/face washes and showers, you should also verify that they are providing luke warm tepid water (between 60° to 100°F).

      Identify and keep records of testing and maintenance of eyewash and shower stations with eyewash inspection tags or sheets.

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