Emergency Showers

April 15, 2013 | By


“…where the eyes or body of any person may be exposed to injurious 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.”

Designed to:

  • ANSI / ISEA Z358.1 2009 – Emergency Eyewash & Shower Equipment
  • OHS Standards 62 / 2003 Part 10, Section 165 Part 4, Section 27
  • Alberta Safety Codes Act – Alberta Reg. 448 / 93 General Safety Regulation
  • Canadian Welding Bureau  47.1
  • API Recommended Practice 54, 3rd Edition
  • OSHA 29 CFR 1910.15-c – Suitable Facilities for Quick Drenching or Flushing of the Eyes and Body

Product Lines:

  • Uninterrupted Water Supply Models
    • For use when there is a continuous water supply available
  • Self-Contained Shower Systems
    • Includes a water tank and heater for when a continuous supply is not available
  • Multi-Purpose Combination Models
    • Combines  storage areas, change rooms, processing / dispensing area or  decontamination capabilities and increased sump capacity
  • Open Air Interior Models
    • Meant for use in a heated area, does not include an insulated enclosure

Standard Features:

  • All Steel Construction
  • Insulated Enclosure
  • Emergency Eyewash, Shower and Drench Hose System
  • Heavy Duty 135 gallon Sump
  • 600 gallon Water Tank
  • 3″ Capped Drain
  • Dual Swing Impact Doors
  • Fixed Windows
  • Galvanized Floor Decking
  • Tank Temperature Gauge
  • Interior Lighting Package (on enclosed models)
  • Audible and Visible Alarms
  • Emergency Activation Switch

 Options Available:

  • High Capacity Water Tank
  • High Capacity Sump
  • High Capacity Pump
  • Inline Water Heater System
  • Electrical Packages in GP or C1D1 or C1D2 configurations
  • Subzero Insulation
  • Mobile Mount Package
  • Access Ramp
  • Space Heater
  • UV Decontamination
  • Step Down Power Transformer
  • Automated Floor or Door Activation Sensors




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Erwin has been working for AF Pollution Abatement Systems Inc. since 2000. He is responsible for all technical aspects of running the company, including office computer systems and its various websites, including shopSafety.ca.

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