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® Safety Showers & Eyewash products HEAT TRACE SHOWERS HTS-1


The shower is equipped with a floor securing flange that requires suitable anchoring bolts (not supplied) to ensure that the shower is rigid and fully secured to the ground before use. If desired or required, additional straps/braces can be fitted to secure the unit if you feel it is necessary.


BE SURE NOT TO DRILL OR SCREW ANYTHING INTO THE OUTER SHELL OF THE SHOWER.


HTS-1 shown with audible visual alarm system & PIR activated light


HTS-1 shown with a heat reflective jacket which can also be used in conjunction with a chiller unit


You must ensure the unit is connected to a potable water supply, with a temperature that will allow the user to shower continually for a minimum of 15 minutes without discomfort or shock due to cold water temperatures. ANSI Z358.1 recommends that the water temperature should be between 16°C and 32°C and that the water supply is protected from freezing too.


ANSI TIP During the winter months, most facilities will encounter outside temperatures that are below 0°C and therefore emergency showers & eye/face wash stations need to be protected to ensure they will operate. ANSI Z358.1 states that “Where the possibility of freezing temperatures exists, equipment shall be protected from freezing or freeze-protected equipment shall be installed”


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