COMBINATION emergency eye-and-face washers have been introduced to the Enware safety deluge range for industrial and commercial applications where workers may be exposed to particularly hazardous chemicals and other injurious substances.
The wall and pedestal-mounted safety equipment is part of an extensive range of Enware shower and decontamination technology manufactured in Australia to comply with the toughest regulations covering workplace safety.
In what is believed to be a first in Australia, Enware now has third party endorsement for its safety deluge range in line with ANSI Z 358.1 2004 requirements.
This means that all of Enware’s relevant deluge products have been independently tested and approved by a registered independent body (the CSIRO).
The rapid cleansing action of Enware's combination eye and face washers delivers soft streams of aerated water to quickly cleanse contaminants.
Their stainless steel construction is designed to withstand use in external locations, while optional high visibility power coated finishes are available in green, yellow, white or orange.
Audible and visual alarms are also available to alert staff that first aid is required and can also assist emergency personnel to find and treat people sooner, therefore helping to minimise injuries.
The hand or foot-operated dual units complement a broader range of Enware industrial safety equipment, including portable and self contained eyewash units for remote sites and spill prevention and containment products, spill pallets, workstations, salvage drums, overpacks and drum dispensing products.