TAKE THE WORRY AND HASSLE OUT OF YOUR EYEWASH PROGRAM

Routine service is always the most important part of any customer's eyewash program. Pair yours with the knowledge and experience of your dedicated Cintas professional. Don't think twice about your eyewash stations being READY™ to respond in an emergency.

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THE SERVICE

Our industry-exclusive methods and equipment, combined with the knowledge and expertise of our dedicated service professionals, ensures that your station is properly cleaned and serviced.

  • Your dedicated Cintas professional checks in with you when they arrive
  • We scan each station's unique barcode during every visit
  • Service inspection is performed
  • Your Cintas professional dates the service tag to verify service has been performed. Any station that does not pass the service inspection is recorded
  • Your Cintas professional follows up with you to review the service provided

Do you need new plumbed eyewash equipment? Ask about The Guardian Safety Station with Eyewash, Stainless Steel Bowl and Cover. Eyewash has stainless steel cover to protect bowl from dust, dirt and other contaminants. Cover is raised automatically when flag handle is activated. Cover closes when handle is returned to closed position. Eyewash features two GS-Plus™ spray-type outlet heads that deliver a flood of water for rinsing eyes.



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The Safety Director® Eyewash Station

Take the worry and hassle out of your eyewash program with service from Cintas.

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EYE AND SKIN WASH FLUSHING STATION

EYE AND SKIN WASH FLUSHING STATION

  • Holds Three 16 oz. Eye and Skin Wash Bottles
  • Bottles Buffered in Isotonic Solution
  • Classified as a Supplemental Eyewash Station

ANSI Z358.1-2014

When Safety Data Sheets (SDS) indicate the need for emergency eyewash, a primary station is required. OSHA refers to ANSI/ISEA Z358.1-2014.

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Did You Know?

ANSI recommendations are the standard commonly referred to by OSHA for eyewash stations and emergency showers. This standard requires routine checks including:

  • Measure eyewash spray height (33"-53" above surface) and nozzle distance from nearest obstruction (minimum of 6")
  • Measure water released from station (0.4 GPM for eyewash, 3.0 GPM for eye/face wash)
  • Test water temperature (60-100F, 15.5-37.7C)
  • Ensure station activates in one second or less and both nozzles remain open, hands-free
  • Ensure nozzles are covered, free of debris and open with water flow
  • Measure distance from showerhead to standing surface (82”-96" above surface) and valve to standing surface (no more than 69")
  • Measure water released from showerhead (20 GPM)
  • Ensure stations are identified by a visible sign and pathway clear from obstruction

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