Bradley S19214EW Emergency Eyewash Station
Bradley Halo Emergency Shower and Eyewash
Bradley S19214EW features Halo which is the most effective washdown protection for emergency eyewash and relief. We offer you a wide range of Bradley Emergency Showers to choose from.
Bradley S19214EW Emergency Shower/ Eyewash Unit
Features of Bradley S19214EW:
- Complies with ANSI/ISEA Standard Z358.1
- Galvanized steel protected with BRADTECT safety yellow coating
- Barrier-free design - fully accessible to people with physical disabilities
- Universal identification sign and inspection tag included
- Eyewash exceeds minimum water flow of 0.4 GPM at 30 PSI
- Replaces Classic Model S19-210
- Learn more about Halo, the most effective washdown protection for emergency eye relief
- Formerly Halo model number S192140A1AAA00
Pipe and Fittings
Piping to 1/2" NPT water supply inlet on unit. Piping to 1-1/4" NPT drain outlet for eyewash. 1-1/4" piping assembly manufactured of one of the following materials:
• Galvanized steel with BradTect® safety yellow coating Ball Valve
½" stay-open eye and eye/face wash valve manufactured of the following materials:
• Chrome-plated brass
The Halo eyewash system offers a high performance rinsing platform that provides rapid relief to an individual’s eyes that have been injured by chemicals or particulate. The eyewash includes an integral 5.1 GPM (19.2 L) flow control, providing water at a safe velocity while maintaining its effectiveness (exceeds minimum water flow of 0.4 GPM (1.5 L) at 30 PSI (2.0 bar)). Eyewash is protected by flip open dust covers that open when product is activated. Safe, steady water flow under varying water supply conditions from 30–90 PSI (2.0-6.1 bar) is assured by integral flow control in the sprayhead assembly.
Sprayheads are made from an impact resistant ABS plastic.
Bowl is constructed of yellow impact-resistant plastic.
Activation Type 304 Stainless steel push handle.
Bradley's S19214 series is the most complete safety fixture on the market.
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