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Model 7361-7461 pedestal eye/face wash shall include a stainless steel 11" round bowl, an antimicrobially treated AXION MSR eye/face wash head to help protect against the growth of mold and mildew on the treated components, and shall feature inverted directional laminar flow which achieves zero vertical velocity supplied by an integral 3.7 gpm flow control, chrome-plated brass stay-open ball valve equipped with stainless steel ball and stem, and chrome-plated brass in-line 50 x 50 mesh water strainer. Unit shall also include 1-1/4" Schedule 40 hot-dipped galvanized steel pipe and fittings along with powder-coated cast-iron 9" diameter floor flange, yellow plastic pop-off dust cover for eyewash head, universal sign, 1/2" IPS inlet, and 1-1/4" IPS waste.
1-1/4" IPS Schedule 40 hot-dipped galvanized steel pipe and fittings along with powder-coated cast-iron 9" (22.9 cm) diameter floor flange provide corrosion resistance in a long lasting product.
Eye/face wash and valve assembly are pre-built and fully water/pressure tested to ensure no leaks and proper function which ultimately reduces installation time.
The 11" (27.9 cm) round stainless steel receptor is supplied with a No. 2L bright finish on its exterior
Valve is designed to make the flushing of fluid occur with the push of a stainless steel flag, and is equipped with a stainless steel ball and stem to provide added protection against corrosion and breakage.
Chrome-plated brass in-line 50 x 50 mesh water strainer prevents debris from reaching the eyewash so the unit stays functioning at its best. Strainer is easily serviceable.
AXION® MSR eye/face wash head (patent pending) uses an inverted directional laminar flow to sweep contaminants away from the vulnerable nasal cavity.
|Eyewash Bowl Material||Stainless Steel|
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