The Fendal Pure Flow 1000 Eyewash Station serves as a mobile eye wash station. Mount it where you need it the most and protect your workers. This eyewash station holds up to 7 gallons of eyewash fluid. Featured here is a consistent flow rate and flow height over a 15 minute period. The Fendal Pure Flow 1000 does not require any plumbing or electricity to function. Also, thanks to the built in fluid reservoir, you won’t have to worry about water on the floor. This eliminates spills and makes clean up easy. Using a device like this can eliminate the need for a hospital visit or a trip to the emergency room. Simply flush the eye for the recommended time to ensure that the particle was removed. This may save you time and money from expensive hospital bills and an undesirable DART rate. Eye wash solution sold separately.
Costs of an Eye Injury
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, a little more than 20,000 occupational eye injuries occur each work year. They often require missed work, disruption of production, reassignment of labor force before its all said and done. It is estimated that occupational eye injuries cost roughly $300 million a year in direct and indirect costs. That’s about $15,000 per injury!
These injuries range from simple eye strain to severe trauma that can cause permanent damage. Some situations require medical procedures to remove rust from a metal particulate.
The most important thing you can do to protect your vision at work is to always wear appropriate eye protection. This can prevent more than 90 percent of serious eye injuries.
- Because of the flow rate and flow height, this eyewash station fulfills requirement in ANSI Z358.1-2009.
- Product does not need electricity of plumbing therefore making it completely mobile
- Making eyewash stations available reduces injury costs and opportunity costs.