● Materials:AES plastic + 304 Stainless Steel
● AES plastic has weather resistance properties and applys to indoors or outdoors
● With good acidproof ,alkali prevention performences,304SS is ideal for harsh environment
● Pull rod with triangular handle is easy to operate for showers
● The design with equal length of main pipes makes packaging more compact so that helps to save space and cost
● Equiped with flat washer in qiuck coupling to prevent leakage between joints and fitting
● Flow regulator is built in shower arm tube
● The shower head delivers a large volume flushing fluid spread evenly in a precise pattern and controlled flow rate.
● Comply with ANSI Z358.1-2014 and AS 4775-2007
enware wall mounted eyewash
The emergency eyewash station is a new requirement and does not exist in the current cancer centre location.The need to use the portable eyewash is expected to be rare — only in an emergency situation to wash off hazardous materials, said James Frey, AHS communications. The shower would not be used on a regular basis. The safety pedestal mounted eye wash system does not have a drain and containment tank. The water used in the shower will be contained and cleaned up in place. “The amount of water that would be released by the shower can be safely contained by the floor design and materials,” said by the expert “It was determined a drain could harbor micro-organisms and other contaminants, that could pose a risk to patients. ”Depending on the chemicals involved that require an emergency eyewash station, different methods would be used for safely
cleaning up water, he explained.“The emergency eyewash station is only used for emergencies and the staff. In their current space, the Cancer Centre staff have not had to use an emergency shower in the last four years,” Sinks and eyewash stations in the current cancer centre have handled all skin contacts. The new space will have sinks, eyewash and the emergency shower, he explained. Staff in the cancer centre wear protective clothing while administering cancer treatments such as chemotherapy.
Only in the event of large contamination circumstances would an emergency shower be required, and that has not been needed since the cancer centre opened.