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® Safety Showers & Eyewash products 14 SPRAY HEAD DECONTAMINATION SHOWER EDS


A self-drain decontamination shower 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. The decontamination shower is fitted with 14 spray heads to provide full body coverage and activation occurs as soon as the treadle plate is stepped on.


This decontamination shower is fitted with 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 EDS


DESCRIPTION


Self-drain decontamination shower - 14 spray heads - foot treadle activated - dimensions 104cm x 87cm x 13cm - total weight 50kg


Water inlet: 1¼” BSP


Operation: Foot treadle Water 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 Nothing must be allowed to block access to an emergency flushing station, please note that a door is also classed as an obstruction. If the hazard is non-corrosive, one door between the hazard and the emergency flushing station is acceptable so long as it opens in the same direction of travel as the person requiring the use of the emergency flushing area.


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