Emergency Eye Wash Bottle
Effective and immediate first aid eye irrigation is critical to helping people with eye injury, so your Eyewash System is now even easier to use. The new Emergency Replacement Eyewash Bottle has an upgraded fluid delivery system that allows the victim’s eye to be treated in any position, whether sitting, lying down or standing. The backboard is sized to be easily located near hazardous environments so that eyewash is readily available for potential eye injury.
Eyewash bottle features built-in eyecup
• Lid on eyecup prevents dust particles from falling into the eyecup
• Bottle features complete directions for use
• Fill with Scienceware Sterile Eyewash Solution Refill F24879-0032
• 32 oz bottle
Description: 946ml (32 oz) bottle
Eye Wash and Its Role in
Your Safety & First Aid Plans
It’s ingrained in your staff that protective eyewear is a must when there’s a chance of injury from flying debris or splashing liquids. You may even have fixed eye wash stations located on-site, but the reality is that foreign matter does find its way around protective eyewear. And, particularly with corrosives, the seconds it can take to get to a central eye wash station may determine the difference between full recovery and loss of sight.
Personal eye wash products offer an inexpensive solution that can be utilized to enhance your emergency preparedness, and improve critical response time. Self-contained eye wash stations can be easily installed at every work station where hazards are present and require no on-going maintenance other than to periodically check the expiration date. In addition, portable bottles with built-in eye cups and use instructions, are easy to add to job boxes and tool kits, making them ideal for mobile work forces.
Tips for Choosing Eye Wash Units
• Choose an effective fluid.
• Eye-wash cups make thorough and effective rinsing easier, by conforming to the shape of the eye and helping to hold it open. Look for bottles with a built-in, flexible eye-cup and drain holes that allow debris and contaminants to flow away from the eye.
• Bottles should be easy-to-open and work from both an upright and inverted position to best accommodate the accident victim.
• Instructions for use should be clear, concise and universal.
• Eye wash should be ANSI compliant, sterile filled and sealed, and be printed with expiration dates.