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An eye wash station is necessary in all industries that handle chemicals and hazardous materials.  The temperature of the flushing fluid is just as important outdoors as indoors.  Most are concerned about the temperature in the winter going below 60 degrees and not being ANSI compliant, but another concern is the flushing fluid exceeding 100 degrees.  This can happen in industrial areas without air conditioning and outdoors where sun  exposure heats the water to uncomfortable levels.  When installing an eye wash station, take into consideration all seasons and climate changes.

EyewashSmarts Resources

Select Safety Sales has many years of experience with helping industry and government facilities to choose the best eyewash for the application.  Please use the following articles as reference to help with your choice.  If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call us at (866) 864-3495.




"How To" Guides

How to Choose an Eyewash Station for Your Facility

How to Use an Eyewash Station

Eyewash Stations in the Workplace

Quick Facts

Emergency Eyewash Stations - Quick Facts 

FAQ's on Requirements

Emergency Eyewash Station Requirements 

Chemical Splashes in the Eyes

Learn by Illustration

Eyewash Safety on the Job
Effects of Chemical Splashes in the Eyes  


Industries Where They Are Needed

Industries That Need Emergency Eyewashes and Showers
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