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APPLICATION: Freeze-resistant combination eyewash and shower safety station. Freeze-resistant valves and supply lines are buried below frost line to protect against freezing. Unit is designed to drain completely after use, so that no standing water remains in unit and possibility of freeze-up is eliminated. Since unit is intended for use in cold weather conditions, consideration should be given to supplying unit with tempered water in accordance with ANSI Z358.1-2004. See "Tempering Units" section for more information.
SHOWER HEAD: 10" diameter orange ABS plastic.
SHOWER VALVE: 1 1/4" IPS freeze-resistant valve with push plate. Valve body and supply line are buried below frost line to prevent freezing. Valve has 1/4" IPS bleed outlet to permit water standing in unit to drain out after use. Specify bury depth of valve when ordering.
SPRAY HEAD ASSEMBLY: Two GS-Plus spray heads. Each spray head has a "flip top" dust cover and internal flow control.
EYEWASH BOWL: 11 1/2" diameter stainless steel.
EYEWASH VALVE: 3/4" IPS freeze-resistant valve with push plate. Valve body and supply line are buried below frost line to prevent freezing. Valve has 1/4" IPS bleed outlet to permit water standing in unit to drain out after use. Specify bury depth of valve when ordering.
PIPE AND FITTINGS: Schedule 40 galvanized steel. Furnished with orange polyethylene covers for vertical piping for high visibility and corrosion resistance.
SUPPLY: 3/4" NPT (eyewash valve) and 1 1/4" NPT (shower valve) male inlets.
WASTE: 1 1/4" NPT female outlet.
SIGN: Furnished with ANSI-compliant identification sign.
QUALITY ASSURANCE: Valve and spray head assemblies are factory assembled and water tested prior to shipment. br>
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WARNING: California Residents
This product and/or packaging can expose you to chemicals including Styrene, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.