What’s The Purpose of an Emergency Eyewash Station?
An emergency eyewash station is an otherwise simple device that can protect workers against chemical-related eye injuries. While there are many different types, ranging in size, design, features and function, most emergency eyewash stations feature a shower-like sprayer that, when pressed, sprays water down on the worker’s eyes; thus, flushing away any chemicals. Drains are typically installed directly below or nearby to prevent buildups of water and chemicals on the floor.
Runwangda traditional series round bowl eyewash stations provide the highest level of performance. All traditional series eyewash stations feature dual aerated spray heads with automatic flow controls and flip top dust covers. The aerated water flow, a Speakman signature feature allows soft flowing water to provide a wider coverage, cleaning full facial areas. Additionally traditional eyewash stations are equipped with a stay open ball valve activated by a paddle handle allowing hands free operation once the eyewash has been activated. The SE-582 is a wall mounted unit with a stainless steel bowl .
Where space may be a constraint, this unit of wall mounted eyewash unit fits easily into your workplace. Eyewash works quickly with a simple push of its highly visible handle. Our eyewash spray heads use the soft-flow aerators and automatic pressure compensating valve inbuilt in the spray head assembly.
The SE-582 meets ANSI Z385.1 compliance & OSHA Compliance.
Meets all OSHA National codes and ANSI Z.358.1 compliant
0.22% returns due to defects over 10 years
Features stainless steel bowl and dual aerated spray heads with flip top caps
Integral flow controls and push handle activation