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® Safety Showers & Eyewash products DUEL CONTROL PEDESTAL MOUNTED EYEWASH PMEW-DC


A pedestal mounted dual control safety eyewash with galvanised steel pipe work and brass fittings that are protected with an anti-corrosive Polyamide 11 high visibility yellow plastic coating which provides good resistance to acids, bases, seawater and oils. The bowl is fitted with two high flow aerated low pressure outlets fitted with automatic opening dust covers.


Activation of this safety eyewash is by means of either pushing the hand paddle or standing on the foot treadle.


This pedestal mounted dual control eyewash has been designed to meet and exceed the internationally recognised standards: EN15154 parts 1 & 2 DIN12899.3 ANSI Z358.1


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PMEW-DC Pedestal mounted dual control safety eyewash - ABS plastic bowl & eyewash assembly - fitted with push paddle & foot treadle activation - dimensions 80cm x 27cm x 13cm - total weight 7.5kg


Water inlet: ½” BSP Waste: 1¼” BSP


Eyewash flow rate: 22lpm Eyewash operation: Push paddle & foot treadle Eyewash valve: Full bore ½”


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 If shut-off valves are installed on the supply line for maintenance purposes, provisions must be made to prevent unauthorized shut-off. Lock-out tag systems are the most common method used to ensure the shut-off valves are kept open.


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