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7260B-7270B Haws®

Haws® Axion®MSR 7260B Eye/Face Wash Station With Wash Head, 6 gpm, Wall Mounting, 15 Inch W x 11 Inch H x 14 Inch D, Green

  • Manufacturers: Haws Corporation
    • MPN: 7260B-7270B
    • MSPN: 439342
    • Min. Ord. Qty: 1
    • Qty. Interval: 1
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    Series      :      Axion®MSR, 7260B
    Flow Rate      :      6 gpm
    Number of Heads      :      1
    Mounting Type      :      Wall
    Overall Width      :      15 Inch
    Overall Height      :      11 Inch
    Overall Depth      :      14 Inch
    Material      :      ABS Plastic Receptor, Aluminum Bracket
    Color      :      Green
    Includes      :      Mesh In-Line Strainer and Ball Valve With Stem

    Haws® Axion®MSR 7260B Eye/Face Wash Station, 6 gpm Flow Rate, Wall Mounting, 15 Inch Overall Width, 11 Inch Overall Height, 14 Inch Overall Depth, ABS Plastic Receptor, Aluminum Bracket, Green, Includes: Mesh In-Line Strainer and Ball Valve With Stem

    Features the medically acclaimed AXION MSR eye/face wash head assembly (patent pending). This revolutionary inverted flow design is the only product on the market that provides a medically superior response consistent with all emt, emergency room and doctors' office protocols by sweeping contaminants away from the vulnerable nasal cavity. Traditional eyewashes irrigate from the outside edge of the eye back toward the nose, where contaminants can then be flushed into the nasal cavity through the lacrimal punctum, nature's ocular cavity drain.

    • Eyewash streams provide zero vertical Velocity™ stream engineering with even laminar flow for enhanced comfort, stability and effectiveness
    • Round 11 Inch (279 cm) green abs plastic receptor and aluminum wall bracket for long life
    • 1/2 Inch ips supply, 1- 1/4 Inch ips waste
    • Flow regulation
    • In-line strainer
    • Upgraded ball valves
    • Plastic bowl

    Standard/Approvals: CSA Certified, ANSI Z358.1

    Application: Commercial

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