Haws 8300 Emergency Shower
1-1/4″ IPS Schedule 40 hot-dipped galvanized steel pipe
and fittings along with powder-coated cast-iron 9″ (22.9
cm) diameter floor flange and 11″ (27.9 cm) stainless steel
receptor provide an additional corrosion resistance in a
long lasting product.
Eye/face wash and valve assembly are pre-built and fully
water/pressure tested to ensure no leaks and proper
function which ultimately reduces installation time.
Eyewash and shower ball valves are designed to make the
flushing of contaminants occur with the simple pull of a
lever or push of a stainless steel flag. Both valves come
equipped with stainless steel ball and stem to provide
greater protection against corrosion and breakage.
Chrome-plated brass in-line 50 x 50 mesh water strainer
prevents debris from reaching the eyewash so the unit
stays functioning at its best. Strainer is easily serviceable.
AXION® MSR ABS plastic drench showerhead uses a
hydrodynamic design to give equal distribution of water
throughout the entire footprint of flow.
AXION® MSR eye/face wash head (patent pending) uses
an inverted directional laminar flow to sweep
contaminants away from the vulnerable nasal cavity.
Model 8300-8309 combination shower and eye/face wash
shall include a stainless steel 11″ (27.9 cm) round bowl, an
AXION® MSR eye/face wash head shall feature inverted
directional laminar flow which achieves Zero Vertical
Velocity supplied by an integral 3.7 gpm flow control. Unit
shall also include the AXION MSR hydrodynamic designed
ABS plastic showerhead with 20 gpm flow control,
chrome-plated brass stay-open ball valve equipped with
stainless steel ball and stem, and chrome-plated brass in-line
50 x 50 mesh water strainer. Unit shall also include Schedule 40
hot-dipped galvanized steel pipe and fittings,
powder-coated cast-iron 9″ (22.9 cm) diameter floor flange,
self-adhesive high visibility safety green and bright yellow
stripes, universal sign, and 1-1/4″ NPT supply.
Where the eyes or body of any person may be exposed to
injurious or corrosive materials, suitable facilities for quick
drenching or flushing of the eyes and body shall be provided
within the work area for immediate emergency use.
Emergency eyewash facilities and deluge showers shall be in
unobstructed and accessible locations that require no more
than 10 seconds for the injured person to reach.Model
8300-8309 is certified by CSA to meet the ANSI Z358.1
Standard for Emergency Eyewash and Shower Equipment.