Tysafe - Signane

When hazardous materials are being handled, used or processed the deployment of safety showers is required often by law. Failing to provide adequate safety equipment can expose any company to litigation so compliance with safety standards and regulations is a necessity for any business that handles such materials.

Eye showers, baths and face wash units

If the danger of large spillages is deemed to be low then eye baths/showers may be sufficient to protect workers. These units are designed to flush contaminants from the eyes and face in the event of contact.

Options include:

  • Hand-held or fixed showers
  • Tempered showers
  • Complete face wash units

All units are manufactured to comply with ANSI Z358.1-200 4 and DIN EN 15154-2:2006 standards.

Lab safety showers

Options include:

  • Hand-held or fixed showers
  • Tempered showers
  • Complete face wash units

All units are manufactured to comply with ANSI Z358.1-200 4 and DIN EN 15154-2:2006 standards.

Industrial safety showers

These full body showers are plumbed in units that are ruggedly designed to be used in a wide variety of industrial workplaces. They can be deployed in warehouse, manufacturing plants or on quay sides or other outside situations.

Options include:

  • Heated (tempered) showers for use in cold environments
  • Frost protected units
  • Integrated eye shower/bath
  • Automatic, pressure pad activation

All units are manufactured to comply with ANSI Z358.1-2004, DIN EN 15154-1:2006, DIN EN 15154-2:2006 and DIN 12899-3:2009 standards

Tank safety showers

The tank shower is a full-body safety shower that has an integrated water storage tank. This tank means that the shower can operate independently of a plumbed in water supply meaning the tank can be deployed in anywhere regardless of whether a water supply exists. A further advantage of tank showers is that they will operate even in the event that the water supply is disrupted. Some emergency situations, for example a large explosion, could damage water supplies at precisely the time the shower is needed.

Options include:

  • Heated (tempered) showers for use in cold environments
  • Frost protected units
  • Integrated eye shower/bath
  • Automatic, pressure pad activation

All units are manufactured to comply with ANSI Z358.1-2004, DIN EN 15154-1:2006, DIN EN 15154-2:2006 and DIN 12899-3:20099 standards.

Decontamination units

Decontamination units are not necessarily used in emergency situations. The shower cubicles come with a variety of showering options that allow for all contaminants to be removed from the person entering.

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