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Eyewash Stations

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Eyewash stations flush harmful chemicals and contaminants from the eyes only or eyes and face. These ANSI/ISEA Z358.1-compliant stations turn on with a single motion and remain open for at least 15 minutes or until turned off. Eyewash stations are installed in easily accessible and visible locations throughout facilities such as hospitals, labs, and chemical plants. The ANSI/ISEA Z358.1 standard meets OSHA requirements for safety showers and eyewash stations when they're used as an integral part of a fully compliant installation and inspection plan.
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Wall-Mount Eyewash Stations

Wall-Mount Eyewash Stations
Wall-mount eyewash stations connect to a plumbed water source and protrude from the wall. They take up more space than recessed-wall units and less space than floor-mount units.

Coverage: Eyes

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Coverage: Eyes and Face

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Recessed Wall-Mount Eyewash Stations

Recessed Wall-Mount Eyewash Stations
Recessed wall-mount eyewash stations install flush with the wall to save space when not in use. The unit connects to a plumbed water source and pulls down to open out when needed.

Coverage: Eyes and Face

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Freeze-Resistant Wall-Mount Eyewash Stations

Freeze-Resistant Wall-Mount Eyewash Stations
These freeze-resistant, wall-mount eyewash stations are used in climates where freezing temperatures can prevent water from flowing freely. Freeze-resistant units have supply lines and valves that install in a heated space on the opposite side of a wall to prevent lines from freezing. They fully drain after use to prevent standing water from freezing. Wall-mount eyewash stations connect to a plumbed water source and protrude from the wall. They take up more space than recessed-wall units and less space than floor-mount units.

Coverage: Eyes

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Floor-Mount Eyewash Stations

Floor-Mount Eyewash Stations
Floor-mount (sometimes called pedestal-mount) eyewash stations connect to a plumbed water source. They stand away from the wall and take up more space than in-wall units.

Coverage: Eyes

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Coverage: Eyes and Face

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Counter-Mount Eyewash Stations

Counter-Mount Eyewash Stations

Counter-mount eyewash stations (sometimes called deck mount) mount over an existing sink so they take up less space than units that require a dedicated bowl. They connect to an under-counter water supply line and have a single activation handle that stays on until turned off. They're often used in labs and medical facilities.

Coverage: Eyes

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Coverage: Eyes and Face

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Wall-Mount Drench Hose Eyewash Stations

Wall-Mount Drench Hose Eyewash Stations
Wall-mount drench hoses connect to a plumbed water supply. Drench hoses have a handle with spouts that have the spray pattern required for effective eye and face wash. A mount holds it secure for use as an ANSI-compliant eyewash. The sprayer can be removed from the mount to rinse other parts of the body. They activate using one hand and stay on until turned off.

Coverage: Eyes

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Coverage: Eyes and Face

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Counter-Mount Drench Hose Eyewash Stations

Counter-Mount Drench Hose Eyewash Stations

Counter-mount (sometimes called deck mount) drench hoses connect to an undercounter water supply line, which allows the hose to be stored below the counter, leaving the counter area clear. Drench hoses have a handle with spouts that have the spray pattern required for effective eye and face wash. A mount holds it secure for use as an ANSI-compliant eyewash. The sprayer can be removed from the mount to rinse other parts of the body. They activate using one hand and stay on until turned off.

Coverage: Eyes

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Coverage: Eyes and Face

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