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Spilldoc Gravity Fed Portable Eyewash with Trolly 35 Litres

Model No: SD-600B
Compliance: ANSI/ISEA Z358.1-2014, CNSI14251 T2048-1998, DIN 12899
Warranty: 1 Year from product supply against manufacturing defects

Features

  • Tank Volume: 35 Litre
  • Material: HDPE, Anti UV & Flame Resistance
  • Portable, Can be mounted on a wall or a trolly
  • Suitable for outdoors and relocation purposes

Portable Eye Wash SD-600B is used to temporarily slow down the further harm of harmful substances to the body, face, and eyes of the staff when toxic and harmful substances (such as chemical liquid, etc.) are splashed on the staff's body, face and eyes or the fire cause the staff's clothes to catch fire. Further treatment and treatment need to follow the doctor's guidance to avoid or reduce unnecessary accidents.

Details:

External Dimensions: Water tank W 540mmm * D 300mm * H 650mm

Car Dimensions: Height 1000mm, width 400mm, Thickness 580mm, With two wheels, car body is made of 201 stainless steel

Water Storage: 60L

Flushing Time ≥15 minutes continuously

Original Water: Drinking water or saline, and pay attention to the quality guarantee period                                       

Using Environment: Places that have no water supply.

This portable eye wash is made of polyethylene, safe green, and suitable for use in a place without a water supply, please use drinking or filtered water or saline. And pay attention to regular cleaning, after cleaning refilled with drinking water or saline.

Standard: ANSI Z358.1-2014

Use our Spilldoc Gravity Fed Portable Eyewash with Trolly for an immediate response to remove toxic or harmful substances from your eyes or face. Our Model SD-600B comes with additional upper and lower brackets to support the load when mounted on the wall. It can also be placed on top of a desk without a bracket.

Should an accident involving chemicals or regents occur in a laboratory or a workplace, it is extremely important to immediately flush out the harmful substances from our bodies.  The first 10 to 15 seconds after exposure to a hazardous substance such as corrosive substances are very critical for the personal safety of an individual.

Accidental chemical exposures can still occur even with good engineering controls and safety precautions. As a result, it is essential to look beyond the use of goggles, face shields, and procedures for using personal protective equipment. Emergency showers and eyewash stations are a necessary backup to minimise the effects of accident exposure to chemicals.

    SINGAPORE

    Bio-Safety Supplies Pte Ltd
    Website: www.biosafetysupplies.com
    Email: sales@biosafetysupplies.com

     AUSTRALIA

    Bio-Safety Supplies Pte Ltd
    Website: www.biosafetysupplies.com.au
    Email: sales@biosafetysupplies.com.au

    CANADA

    BSS Industrial Safety
    Website: www.bss-safety.ca
    Email: sales@bss-safety.ca