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I reviewed the instruction manual from one vendor and it recommends that plumbed emergency fixtures should be tested on a weekly basis long enough to flush the line of sediment. Self-contained units should be visually inspected weekly.
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We do our tests monthly.
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http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/GUARDIAN-Eye-Wash-Station-9XD46?Pid=search

I need info on requirements for filling, charging and maintaining these units. Can you provide it?
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Product used for:: Eyewash/Safety shower at remote sites
Years purchasing from Grainger:: 30
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Please call us at 1-800-323-0620 and we can provide you with this information.
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On Grainger.com I have typed the information you provided in the search engine field and the item number 9EEL4 which is listed as Personal Eye Wash pH Neutralizer, Bottle Size 200mL, For Use With First Aid Kits or Toolboxes, Shelf Life 3 Years, Standards ANSI Z358.1-2009 (As a personal eye wash only). Please call us at 800-323-0620 to place an order or if you have additional questions.
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We have a station that must be located outside. During the winter it gets cold enough to freeze. We do not want to purchase a unit with a heater.
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The saline solution used in eye wash stations does not have any particular quality about it which would prevent it from freezing. The only protection available to prevent freezing for a gravity fed eye wash is to use it with a heater or to keep it indoors.

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Grainger has contacted the product supplier and have been advised by them of the following:

OSHA actually defers to ANSI standard Z358.1 for eyewash standards. For more information on those standards please hover over the "Resources" Tab on our website and choose "Info Library." Once you are at that page you can navigate to our Quick Tips Documents. There are a few documents that pertain directly to eyewash. If you have issues finding these, feel free to contact your local branch for assistance.

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Grainger has contacted the product supplier and have been advised by them of the following:

There is no eye wash saline available that would be freeze resistant. There are eye wash stations that are heat traced and gravity-fed units with heaters, but none of just the more portable bottle types.

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