Check the main shut-off valve.
2.insufficient water flow
Verify minimum 30psi flowing supply line pressure.
Probable clogging of flow control due to inadequate line flushing. Unscrew eye/face wash head and remove the four screws to disassemble the head. Clean flow control and reassemble head. See SP65 Installation Drawing for details.
Remove cap located on L — Strainer using a 3/8″ allen wrench to access and clean filter screen.
3.Eyewash or face wash streams do not meet desired eye level or are not balanced.
Possible blocked flow control, see above solution. Possible non-leveled eyewash assembly.
4. water doesn’t drain properly
Check the main waste line of your building to see if it does handle the capacity required for the entire drainage system.
Features of RWD Eye/Face Wash :
Key Components Assembled
Upgraded Ball Valves