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Prevention of Laboratory Accidents with Eyewash and Shower

Sep 13, 2018

Purchase and safe use of laboratory safety equipment

    A. Chemical fume hood / laboratory fume hood

    B. Glove box / glove box

    C. Eye wash & Emergency eye wash shower

    D. Fire fighting equipment

This article introduces the purchase and safe use of laboratory safety equipment such as eye washers and showers. The SYSBEL eye wash station device is available in a wide variety of safety and reliability.

During the experimental operation, the eyes of the experimenter may be exposed to corrosive substances, substances that cause pain, substances that cause permanent damage to the body tissues, or toxic substances.

Therefore, each laboratory or work area should be equipped with eye and face rinsing equipment (eye wash). These devices should be located in the laboratory or in the nearest place where danger may occur so that they can be used easily.

Protable Eyewash with Mobile Waste Cart (A)

SYSBEL Protable Eyewash with Mobile Waste Cart (A), with a cart can be easily transferred in the workshop to meet the emergency needs of each work area.

If your body or eyes are exposed to chemicals or other harmful substances, immediately rinse your body-related parts or eyes for 15 minutes.

Emergency Eye/Face Wash and Drench Shower

If the clothes and the body are contaminated with harmful substances on a large area, the clothes must be taken off immediately and flushed with a shower. After rinsing, you can use a fire blanket and clean lab clothes to keep warm and avoid sputum. If the circumstances are serious, they must go to the hospital in time for treatment.

Emergency Eye/Face Wash and Drench Shower

SYSBEL eye wash station and emergency eye/face wash and drench shower are used as emergency ambulance safety products in petrochemical plants, electronics factories, electroplating plants, paint factories, ships, terminals, new energy, nuclear power, environmental protection, electricity, paper, semiconductors, etc. in developed industrial areas at home and abroad. Textiles, fire protection, construction, cleaning industry, food processing, and places and locations where dangerous materials are exposed are widely used.