Eyewash is a fluid, commonly salineus used to physically wash the eyes in the case that they may be contaminated by foreign materials or substances.
Eyewashes may be beneficial to those with sensitive eyes and can provide relief to the painful side effects of sensitivity. However, prolonged usage of such products will cause mild side effects, such as the reddening of the eye and/or pupil and cause itchiness. If such symptoms occur, it is best to see one’s family doctor.
Designed in accordance with ANSI and EU standards, this wall-mounted eye/face wash with open ABS plastic bowl is intended for indoor use but may, where practical, be located outdoors in warmer climates.
Features of Wall mounted emergency eye/face wash
Features dual aerated spray heads which provide a soft, comfortable spray and allow user to rinse eyes for the full recommended 15 minutes
Flip top dust covers protect spray heads from contamination by dirt and debris
Highly visible yellow ABS plastic bowl makes it easier to locate unit during an emergency
Stay open ball valve allows hands-free operation once unit has been activated
Stainless steel push-handle activator
ANSI/ISEA Z358.1 Certified
Step-by-step introduction to eyewash use:
1. If you need to wash your eyes, gently push the eye-washing switch push plate in a clockwise direction (with the eye-catching eye wash device to step on the seesaw), the eye-washing valve is opened, and the push-pull plate is pulled back in the counterclockwise direction, and the eye-washing valve is closed. The dust cover should be reset after use.
2. When using the manual emptying antifreeze eye washer, you must first close the eyewash push valve, and then open the emptying valve for more than 15 seconds. After the water in the eyewasher is drained, the valve is placed on the top.
3. In the event of an accident, the victim must select the shower time according to the degree of infringement of the substance. Prepare emergency rescue measures during the period.