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- Stainless Steel Bowl
- Hand Activation
- Eye/Facewash Sprayhead
- Full Body Coverage Area
- Floor Mount
- 1-1/4" NPT Supply Inlet
- 1-1/4" NPT Waste Outlet
- Exceeds ANSI Standard Z358.1
The Bradley S19314SBFW features the Halo eye/facewash, SpinTec showerhead, and a stainless steel bowl. The unit is crafted from galvanized steel covered with BradTect safety yellow coating and exceeds ANSI Standard Z358.1 performance requirements, as certified by Underwriters Laboratory Inc. The Halo eye/facewash system offers superior performance and rapid relief. The drench shower features a plastic SpinTec showerhead designed to fully soak in seconds with a 23 GPM flow control which conserves water but is also highly effective in emergency situations. A universal identification sign is included to make it highly visible for quick access and inspection tags. This unit replaces the Bradley Classic Model # S19-310SBFW and is also referred to as Model # S193140A1ABDA00.
From the Manufacturer:
Combination SpinTec Drench Shower with Halo Eye/Facewash. Halo and SpinTec Provide the Most Consistent Distribution of Water and the Most Effective Removal of Contaminants. Halo Features Universal Activation, Self Draining Spray Head, and Separate Supply and Waste. Free Standing Floor Mounting. Stainless Steel Bowl. Galvanized Steel Pipe with BradTect Safety Yellow Coating. Hand Activated. 1-1/4" NPT Water Supply. 1-1/4" Drain Fitting for Eye or Eye/Face Wash. ABS Plastic Showerhead. ABS Plastic Eye or Eye/Face Wash. Universal Identification Sign and Inspection Tag Included. Complies with ANSI Standard Z358.1 When Installed and Used Properly. Manufacturer's Limited Warranty.
|Item||Combination Safety Shower Eyewash Stations|
|Shower Mounting||Floor Mount|
|Eyewash Bowl Material||Stainless Steel|
|Shower Operation||Pull Down Arm|
|Shower Head Material||Plastic|
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.