16 Gallon Portable
stations can help in the event of an eye injury at work. More than 2,000 people
injure their eyes at work each day. About 1 in 10 injuries require one or more missed workdays to recover
The financial cost of these
injuries is enormous -- more than $300 million per year in lost production time, medical expenses, and workers
compensation. No dollar figure can adequately reflect the personal toll these accidents take on the injured
Eyewash stations must be situated in working environments where employees may be
exposed to harmful chemicals and near forklift battery charging stations.
Accidents do happen, and immediate access
to Eyewash stations at the time of exposure is critical in preventing eye injuries. Eye Wash stations are
designed to immediately flush contaminants out of the eyes after exposure. Emergency Eyewash Stations should be
located in high-risk areas, no more than 25 feet (10 seconds) from areas where acids or other corrosive
materials are in use. This advice is enforced by OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.151
The lack of an emergency eyewash station
is one of the top OSHA Citations. Protect employees as required by law and guard against personal injury
16 gallon capacity.
Gravity fed 15 minute flow time.
No plumbing required
Includes mounting bracket.
Includes water preservative.
Unit measures 25-1/2" X 20" X
Compliance - ANSI Z358.1
Meets OSHA regulations and are within standards in
accordance with ANSI.
16 gallon Eyewash Station