Self-contained eyewash and/or drench hose units are ideal where a continuous supply of potable water is not available. These units may be used in low traffic areas, low hazard areas or where installation of plumbed equipment is not cost effective. Fifteen gallon units provide approximately 10 usable gallons (37.9 liters) of water for effective rinsing of the eyes, face or body. Note that, under ANSI Z358.1-2014, drench hose units supplement but do not replace other types of emergency equipment.
15 gallon stainless steel pressurized tank. Tank has built-in carrying handles, Schrader air intake valve, pressure gauge and pressure relief valve. Tank has approximately 10 gallons (37.9 liters) usable capacity.
Two GS-Plus spray heads, each with a “flip top” dust cover, internal flow control and filter. 1/2” IPS chrome plated brass stay-open ball valve with flag handle. Pressure regulator controls eyewashow to 0.65 GPM for 15 minutes.
Single GS-Plus spray head with “flip top” dust cover, internal flow control and filter. Chrome plated brass squeeze valve with stainless steel lever handle and 6 ft. reinforced PVC hose.
To operate unit, fill with clean potable water and add bacteriostatic additive (supplied with unit). Additive protects against growth of bacteria, fungus, algae and acanthamoeba inside unit. After filling with water, pressurize unit to 80 PSI air pressure. If necessary, adjust pressure regulator to achieve maximum flow for fifteen minutes. Unit should be inspected regularly and water in unit should be changed at least once every six months. Filling instructions included.
35.6 lbs. empty, 118.9 lbs. filled. quality assurance: Unit is completely assembled, pressurized and water tested prior to shipment. sign: ANSI compliant identification sign permanently affixed to tank.
Unit is fully assembled, pressurized and water tested at the factory. Unit is depressurized and emptied prior to shipping. Some assembly required in field.
ANSI compliant identification sign permanently affixed to tank.