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- Stainless Steel Bowl
- Swing Activation
- Barrier Free/ADA
- Eye/Facewash Sprayhead
- Recessed Mount
- 1" NPT Supply Inlet
- P-Trap Waste Outlet
- Flush Mounted Showerhead and P-Trap
- Exceeds ANSI Standard Z358.1
The Bradley S19345HFBT is a combination concealed Halo eye/facewash and recessed Spintec drench shower unit designed to be mounted where space considerations are a concern. The Halo eye/facewash system offers the most effective washdown coverage and spray pattern, and the cabinet is made of corrosion resistant stainless steel. The eye/facewash activates by pulling the cabinet door down and water is collected in the door assembly and directed back into the wall for drainage. The shower is activated when the recessed handle is pushed downward. This model offers a durable ceramic valve and chrome-plated brass on exposed pipe and fittings. A universal identification sign and inspection tag are included and the unit exceeds ANSI standard Z358.1.
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. Barrier-Free Design. Recess Mounted in Brushed Stainless Steel Cabinet. Stainless Steel Bowl. Chrome Plated Brass Pipe & Fittings for Bright, Mirror Finish. Hand Activated. 1-1/4" NPT Water Supply. 1" Drain Fitting, Tailpiece and Trap Furnished for Eye or Eye/Face Wash. ABS Plastic Showerhead with Stainless Shroud. 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||Barrier Free Eyewash|
|Shower Head Material||Stainless Steel|
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