Spill Station Australia helps companies protect their employees with a range of compliant safety shower and eyewash equipment.
The self draining safety shower and eyewash units from Spill Station meet compliance requirements for the equipment as well as the water temperature.
The Australian Standard for Safety Shower & Eye wash Equipment AS4775:2007 requires water from shower and eyewash units to be between 15.6ºC and 37.8ºC. Section 6.6 also requires the temperature of the water to be protected from extremes to ensure compliance for the safety showers.
When standard safety showers are in the sun, the radiant heat causes the water temperature to increase above compliance limits. While rendering the safety showers non-compliant, the rising temperature can also have an even more serious outcome by accelerating damage caused by chemical splash on eyes and skin.
Spill Station offers self draining safety shower and eyewash units that are designed to drain away all the water in the shower pipes via the bleed pipe at the base of the unit, preventing damage caused by the first flush of overheated water.
Spill Station’s self draining safety shower and eyewash units feature stainless steel piping and the famous Hughes safety shower high-impact valves.