Model 7501 portable gravity operated eyewash shall include a FDA high-density green polyethylene 9-gallon tank, ABS plastic eyewash heads with .4 gpm flow rate over 15 minutes, yellow pull-down activation arm, integral handle on top, wide-fill threaded cap, label-mounted operating and maintenance instructions, stainless steel wall bracket (unit must be hung).
FEATURES & BENEFITS
FDA approved high-density green polyethylene tank provides the light and durable construction required in a portable unit.
Pulling down the eyewash arm will begin flushing the 9 gallon (34.1 L) portable tank at .4 gpm (1.5 L) for about 15 minutes, which in turn will create a full patterned flushing of the eyes.
Tank comes complete with a wide-fill opening and threaded cap for quick inspection, cleaning, and filling. Unit also comes equipped with top and side handles making relocation simple.
J-shaped stainless steel wall bracket makes for a well constructed portable mount for easy removal and re-mount.
Model 7501 portable gravity operated eyewash shall include a FDA approved high-density green polyethylene 9 gallon (34.1 L) tank, ABS plastic eyewash heads with .4 gpm (1.5 L) flow rate over 15 minutes, yellow pull-down activation arm, integral handle on top, wide-fill threaded cap, label-mounted operating and maintenance instructions, and stainless steel wall bracket (unit must be hung).
Where the eyes of any person may be exposed to injurious or corrosive materials, when suitable facilities for quick flushing of the eyes needs to be provided and a continuous supply of water is not available. Although the 7501 may be installed in a wide variety of locations, it is ideal for the remote and low traffic areas where protective measures are still needed. Emergency eyewash facilities shall be in unobstructed and accessible locations that require no more than 10 seconds for the injured person to reach.
|Flow Rate (GPM)||0.4|
|Operation||Pull Down Arm|
|Product Weight||9 lbs.|
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.