Spill Station Australia has introduced new emergency safety showers that feature a heater, ideal for outdoor use in cold climates where water requires heating.
These emergency safety showers feature a 300 litre tank and 3kW heater, ensuring that regardless of the ambient temperature on site, they will deliver tepid water for the ANSI recommended minimum period of 15 minutes.
Mains fed cold water is mixed with water from the heated tank when these emergency showers are in operation via a high flow rate thermostatically controlled valve. This provides heated water that is maintained at a temperature between 25 and 35°C.
Spill Station Australia's temperature controlled emergency safety showers can also supply heated water to other emergency showers in addition to delivering water at the required temperature through their own shower heads.
This is achieved via a second outlet from the tank, ensuring that a number of showers within an area can meet the temperature and duration criteria stipulated in the ANSI standard.
Standard configurations of these showers consist of a heated tank, overhead shower and side mounted eyebath/facewash with protective lid. The eyebath/facewash can be omitted if preferred.
In addition, models can be supplied without the shower or eyebath/facewash, for simply supplying heated water to other showers and eyebath/facewash units.