Showers & Eyebaths Services Ltd
A leading manufacture of professional and innovative emergency tank, mains fed and safety drenching equipment, mobile or portable safety showers and eyebaths and shower coolers.The company boasts a world-class product range which is designed and manufactured in-house using stainless steel valve and linkages, suitable for use with mains water supply. Its products are used globally in extreme conditions, artic to tropical, by the oil, chemical and water industries together with schools, universities, hospitals and individuals who come into contact with materials and substances that can cause harm to eyes, hands and skin.Its mains fed showers offer a complete range of units to suit any environment or condition and can be designed to meet specific requirements. The self draining units cannot over heat or freeze and eliminates the risk of Legionella Pneumophilia forming making it more cost effective for any environment. As well as a world class range of products, Showers & Eyebaths Services also offers an excellent customer and after care service with competitive pricing to ensure every organisation meets its DUTY OF CARE obligations Contact +44 (0)1744 889677 or visit www.safety-showers.com
Mrs Janet Dickinson
Unit 23C, Sandwash Close, Rainford Industrial Close,
New Contract Sees Launch Of New Arctic Emergency Tank Shower
Leading UK emergency shower manufacture Showers & Eyebaths Services has been awarded a £70k contract by global fire safety experts Eusebi Impianti to supply a new design of arctic emergency tank shower destined for the Kashagan Offshore plant.
The plant, which is sited in the Caspian Sea, has to operate in temperatures falling below -40°C in winter which has the effect of forming a coating of ice several metres thick for many months. The six arctic emergency tank showers have therefore been built to exacting requirements which includes the provision of a bespoke dry room / changing room.
This facility attaches to the front of the shower entrance and provides additional protection against the harsh elements should a user have to strip off for emergency decontamination of their body and clothing. The units have spring loaded entrance doors and have their own lighting and wall air heaters set at 20 degrees centigrade to keep the interior illuminated and warm. A strip curtain separates the areas.
Janet Dickinson, operations manager at Showers & Eyebaths Services, said: "This design request by Eusebi is an excellent example of best practice and shows the importance that projects, based in areas such as Kazakhstan, are placing on the careful consideration of conditions facing their workforce when specifying their decontamination needs.
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