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What is the difference between standard eyewash spray heads, dual eye/face wash spray heads and an eyewash with a face spray ring?

Standard eyewash sprayheads emit a gentle, concentrated flow of water designed to rinse the eyes. Bradley's black, eye/face wash sprayheads emit a soft, wide sprinkler-like flow of water to primarily rinse the eyes and areas around the eyes. Face spray rings are designed to emit a soft sprinkler-like flow of water that encompasses most of the face, and is used in conjunction with standard spray heads focused on the eyes.

Can I choose the options on my emergency fixture

Yes, Our new Halo line allows you to build a unit custom to your needs! Check out our emergency fixture configurator to build your product.

What is the counter-top thickness for deck-mounted eyewashes and/or drench hoses?

Bradley Corporation designs its laboratory and deck mounted eyewashes around the standard one-inch lavatory deck thickness. If you need a fixture to accommodate a lavatory deck that is thinner or thicker than this, please contact Bradley's Customer Service Department for assistance. (1-800-BRADLEY (1-800-272-3539))

Do I need to order an adapter with my faucet mounted eyewash (S19-200B)?

The S19-200B, faucet mounted eyewash ships with three standard adapters. Bradley recommends that customers check the thread size and gender of their faucet, in advance and compare that to the details on the S19-200B faucet mounted eyewash technical data sheet.

Will the faucet mounted eyewash (S19-200B) work with a sensored faucet?

No, the S19-200B, faucet mounted eyewash cannot be used in conjunction with a sensored faucet; the eyewash needs to have a constant supply of tepid water flowing to it. The valve must remain open once the user activates the fixture. (Section 5.2, 6.2)

Can a single head drench hose also be used as an eye/face wash?

No. The single head drench hose is intended as a body wash only.

Can I get an emergency fixture that is ADA compliant?

ADA does not directly address Emergency Fixtures in its text. Bradley does however have many fixtures that have been designed with handicapped accessibility in mind. These fixtures are referred to as Barrier-free safety fixtures.

Can a standard unit be retrofitted to become barrier-free?

Please contact Customer Service. (1-800-BRADLEY (1-800-272-3539))

Can a foot treadle be added to a barrier-free fixture?

No, a foot treadle kit should not be installed on a barrier-free fixture.

Can a dust cover be added to a barrier-free fixture?

Yes. The fixture will still be considered barrier-free. The user merely needs to push against the stainless steel handle, which requires less than 5lbs of force, and the dust cover will pop open, and activate the fixture.




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