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Wall Mounted Eyewash Station, stainless steel Bowl

Eyewash Station – Wall Mounted

Wall mount eye wash station has a 12″ bowl and twin spray heads with flow control for safe water flow. The eye wash station spray heads have hinged head covers to keep them clean. The water is activated with a large highly visible push handle and 1/2″ chrome plated brass stay open valve.

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 RUNWANGDA® Wall Mounted Eyewash Station or Stainless Steel Bowl

Encon’s Wall Mounted Eyewash can be configured with either an ABS Yello Bowl®or SS Bowl.  The piping is configurable with SS, Galvanized or PVC.  Here are additional features:

PIPING, VALVE & PEDISTAL CHOICES

  • 1/2″ BCP piping; 1/2″ CP bronze stay-open ball valve with CP ball; SSvalve stem; SS push plate with actuation graphic; schedule 80 galvanized steel pedestal.
  • 1/2″ PVC piping; 1/2″ CP bronze stay-open ball valve with CP ball; SSvalve stem; SS push plate with actuation graphic; PVC pedestal.
  • 1/2″ SS piping; 1/2″ CP bronze stay-open ball valve with CP ball; SSvalve stem; SS push plate with actuation graphic; SS pedestal.

EYE/FACEWASH CHOICES

EW

  • ABS plastic heads, wye and float off covers secured with SS bead chans; self adjusting regulator to flow at 3.2 gpm (12.1 lpm).*
  • Acetal heads with hinged covers, BCP wye; self-adjusting regulation to flow at 2.4 gpm (9.1 lpm)*.
  • SS heads with hinged covers, SS wye; self-adjusting regulator to flow at 2.5 gpm (9.5 lpm)* (available only with SS piping and valves).

FW

  • ABS plastic heads, wye and float off covers secured with SS bead chans; self adjusting regulator to flow at 8.0 gpm (30.3 lpm).
  • ABS plastic heads and float off covers secured with SS bead chains, BCP wye; self-adjusting regulator to flow at 8.0 gpm (30.3 lpm)*.

Bowl

  • ABS plastic Yello Bowl® 10.8″ diameter. 
  • 304 SS bowl, 10.6″ diameter.  

Bowl Cover Options

  • Corrosion-resistant high visibility ABS plastic; high visibility; SS push plate actuator opens cover; manually closing cover is independent of water flow actuator.
  • 304 SS; push plate actuator opens cover.  Manually closing cover is independent of the water flow actuator.
  • Available on models with bowls and BCP wyes only.

Bowl Waste Options

  • 1-1/4″ x 6″ (3.17 cm x 15.24 cm) slip joint tailpiece.
  • 1-1/4″ NPT Connection.
  • P-trap – 1-1/4″ tube connection

Supply – 1/2″ NPT connection.

Ship Weight
  • 6 lbs (2.72 kg)
  • 9 lbs (4.08 kg)
  • With Add-on Accessories, weight will vary.
*  Varying hydraulic conditions of 30 to 70 psi  (206.8 to 482.6 kPa)
 

GENERAL INFORMATION

Following are requirements of ANSI Z358.1 for Emergency Eyewash and Shower Equipment. A complete copy of this standard may be
purchased from the International Safety Equipment Association.
1. Unit shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions and acceptable plumbing practices.
2. The eye/facewash shall be positioned with the water nozzles between 83.8 cm (33 inches) and 114.3 cm (45 inches) from the floor
and 15.3 cm (6 inches) minimum from the wall or nearest obstruction.
3. The unit shall be connected to a system capable of supplying adequate flushing fluid to meet the flow requirements of each
component operating simultaneously. The supply line shall provide an uninterruptible supply of potable water at recommended
minimum 0.207 megapascal (30 pounds per square inch) of flow pressure.
4. Where the possibility of freezing conditions exists, equipment shall be protected from freezing or freeze-protected equipment shall be
installed.
5. When the unit is installed, it shall be tested in accordance with the following procedures:
a. With the unit correctly connected to the water source and the valve(s) closed, visually check the piping connection for leaks.
b. Open the valve to the full open position. The valve shall remain open without requiring further use of the operator’s hands.
c. With the valve in the “full on” position, measure the flushing fluid flow pattern with the use of a test gauge to determine a suitable
eyewash pattern as required by ANSI standards. Determine that both eyes can be irrigated simultaneously at a velocity low
enough not to be injurious to the user.
6. Eyewash units shall be in accessible locations that require no more than 10 seconds travel time from the farthest hazard.
7. Each unit location shall be identified with a highly visible sign. The area around the unit shall be well lit.
8. Plumbed units shall be inspected annually for proper operation to ensure compliance to ANSI Z358.1 standard.

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