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® Safety Showers & Eyewash products SELF-DRAIN COMBINATION & PLATFORM SHOWERS CPSE


A self-drain platform safety shower with ABS plastic shower head & eyewash manufactured using galvanised pipe work which is protected with an anti-corrosive Polyamide 11 high visibility yellow plastic coating to give good resistance to acids, bases, seawater and oils. All the fittings are brass and the eyewash (no bowl) has two high flow, aerated low pressure outlets fitted with automatic opening dust covers.


This combination safety shower and eyewash (no bowl) is fitted with a guide frame and an automatic drain system to remove residual water after use, and has been designed to meet and exceed the internationally recognised standards: EN15154 parts 1 & 2 DIN12899.3 ANSI Z358.1


CODE CPSE


DESCRIPTION


Self-drain platform safety shower & eyewash - 250mmØ ABS plastic shower head - stay open valve activated by a pull handle - aer- ated eyewash (no bowl) - walk on platform - dimensions 104cm x 87cm x 13cm - total weight 36kg


Water inlet: 1¼” BSP


Shower flow rate: Regulated at 110lpm Shower operation: Pull handle Shower valve: Automatic drain & full bore 1”


Eyewash flow rate: 22lpm Eyewash operation: Walk-on platform Eyewash valve: Automatic drain


NOTE Water inlet pressure: Recommended 2 bar with a maximum of 8 bar - please notify us prior to ordering if your water pressure is below 1.5 bar


ANSI TIP ANSI Z358.1 requires that companies provide emergency showers and/or eyewashes within 10 seconds’ travel time of a hazard. Look for signs of hazardous materials and make sure eyewashes and/or emergency showers are within the prescribed 10 second zone.


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