• Meets ANSI Z358.1 Standard for Emergency Eyewash and Shower Equipment
  • Counter mount-right side of sink

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Learn about TS Eye Wash and Face Wash Stations

Learn about TS Eye Wash and Face Wash Stations

Hi welcome to the T&S eye wash line. I wanted to take you through he different types of eye wash, why you need one, and what the answer requirements are in regards to eye wash. This is strictly an eye wash station, you can tell because of the way the spray head is shaped. This one however is an eye face wash and you can tell because the spray face has a much larger area to spray the face and the eyes. Standards require one second one touch activation, which in this case is simply a push of the paddle and the eyewash automatically activates. That works on this one, this one on the other hand; it’s a pull on the side which automatically activates the eyewash. And again you push it this way and it turns back off again. In addition to the products that we just reviewed we also have several other products on the line. We have the stainless steel bowl that can be either wall or pedestal mounted. And again this is an eye face wash that is activated with one touch, one second activation. This unit is great for caterers or contractors that are out on the jobs site and don’t have a permanent unit, this is our portable unit. It’s a 9 gallon unit gravity fed unit, simply activate by pulling the door down, gravity feeds the water down and then you have your eye face wash. This unit is perfect for new construction; it is an in-wall flush instillation. So you simply pull the door down, which automatically activates the product eye face wash, the water drains away into the unit itself and into your plumbing system. This completes the line with T&S.

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In this informative video, you'll learn about several different styles of eye wash stations that we carry from T&S Brass. Keep your employees safe by installing the right emergency eye wash station for your business!

T&S Brass: The Importance Of Eyewash Stations

T&S Brass: The Importance Of Eyewash Stations

In a work environment, no one likes to think about the worst case scenario. What if things don't go as planned? What if there is an accident? What if someone gets hurt? As you might imagine, preparing for the unexpected is the best way to ensure that your staff can go about their work without fear and to ensure that even a surprise incident will have an on-site solution.

For many work settings, that preparation includes an eyewash station. Eyes are one of the most important, and most sensitive, parts of the human body. Jobs that involve a risk to eye safety need an eyewash station nearby in order to offer workers a close, rapid way to rinse their eyes and minimize damage. Otherwise, work can come to a halt while everyone nearby tends to the injured employee, and the affected employee may possibly experience a permanent disability.

When most people think of an eyewash station, they picture a particular kind of environment—either a janitorial setting, or a laboratory, where chemicals are used freely and the risks are ever-present. However, many forget one of the most common environments where an eyewash station is needed is the commercial kitchen. Though many don't realize it, kitchens put eyes at risk almost constantly. Substances of all kinds splatter from pans, grills, and fryers. Workers rub their eyes unconsciously after chopping or preparing raw or spicy foods. And, though kitchens aren't janitorial centers, they still require chemicals for frequent use, such as sanitizers and bleach.

If people realized the risks that kitchen hazards pose, the need for an eyewash station would be automatically apparent. Unfortunately, many don't imagine the pain that splattered grease, or even a little jalapeño juice could bring to an eye. No one would want to think long about what a little sanitizer would do if it was accidentally sprayed in someone's face.

Many have found out the hard way, and their kitchen employees have faced the terrible experience of sudden damage to their eyes with no eyewash station on site to help them. Lawsuits have become quite intense, and for good reason. Employees want to know that they are working in a safe environment, and that even the unexpected, but possible, is planned for.

In addition to the very real risks in the kitchen, OSHA and ANSI regulations provide another motivation for kitchens to stock an eyewash station. Consider this quotation from OSHA, "OSHA does not require eyewash stations by industry. The need for an eyewash is determined by chemicals that are being used in the establishment. If corrosive chemicals are being used, an eyewash is very important.

ANSI standard is similar: "Each employer shall furnish to each of his employees employment and a place of employment which are free from recognized hazards that are causing or likely to cause death or serious physical harm to his employees."

If OSHA inspects a kitchen workplace and finds that there are no suitable facilities for quickly drenching and flushing the eyes and body, they can issue a citation, which may result in substantial fines into the thousands of dollars.

There's no need for kitchens to risk so much, either for their employees, or from OSHA. Eyewash stations are simple to purchase and install, and T&S offers a wide range of eye and face wash options to fit the needs of your foodservice environment. Contact T&S today, and keep your kitchen well-stocked for safety and success for decades to come.

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Watch this video to learn how important emergency eye wash stations are for your employees' safety. Not just for chemistry labs and class rooms, an emergency eye wash station provides added safety and protection for your kitchen workers' eyesight!

Width 17 1/4 Inches
Height 10 5/8 Inches
Flow Rate 1.2 GPM
Type Eye Wash Units
Water Inlet Size 1/2 Inches


This swing away eyewash unit is crucial for your employees' safety if they're using corrosive chemicals. It's designed to mount on the right side of a sink, and is constructed of chrome-plated brass. Its swing-away feature activates the unit, and the green polyethylene dust covers automatically release with the flow of water.

A universal emergency eyewash sign and included "Test This Week" tag ensure visibility and proper operation.

Certified in the U.S. to meet ANSI Z358.1 Standard for Emergency Eyewash and Shower Equipment. ANSI Standard Z358.1 specifies that eyewash nozzles should be mounted between 33" and 45" above the floor, and the center line of the heads must be at least 6" away from the wall.

Overall Dimensions:
Width: 17 1/4"
Height: 10 5/8"

Because this item is not stocked in our warehouse, processing and transit times will vary. If you need your items by a certain date, please contact us prior to placing your order. Expedited shipping availability may vary. We cannot guarantee that this item can be cancelled off of the order once it is placed.

WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm.

  • Made in America

    Made in America

    This item was made in the United States of America.

  • CSA


    This item meets the standards imposed by the Canadian Standards Association (CSA).

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