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Portable Eyewash Stations, Face Wash Stations
Portable Eyewash Stations and Portable Face Wash Stations
A common OSHA citation occurs because there is the lack of a proper portable gravity fed eyewash station or mounted eyewash station made available to staff. Usually eyewash and face wash stations can be purchased fairly inexpensively.
All Safety Products, provides a wide assortment of emergency eyewash stations to include gravity fed eyewash stations, portable eyewash sinks, plumbed eyewash stations, emergency drench showers, combination drench shower / eyewash sinks, hand held eyewash sprayer, faucet mount eyewash adapters with diverters, bottle type eyewash stations, freeze resistant, corrosion resistant and eyewash drench showers with thermostatic mixing valves.
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Benefits of Portable Eyewash Stations
All Safety Products, Inc. Provides Other Types of Eyewash Configurations.
All Safety Products, Inc. provides a full range of eyewash station products* to include portable gravity fed eyewash stations, mounted eyewash stations, plumbed eyewash stations,emergency drench showers, combination drench shower / eyewash sinks, hand held eyewash sprayers, faucet mount eyewash with diverter, bottle type eyewash stations, and even thermostatic mixing valves. Manufacturers include Bradley, Speakman, Fend-all, Haws, and North Safety.
*To ensure you are meeting OSHA requirements and other applicable safety standards and practices, it is best to hire a professional safety consultant (www.aiha.org) or call your local OSHA area office or your state OSHA Consultation Services for their interpretation of your situation.