Heated eyewash with chip

June 1, 2011
Heated eyewash with chip
The new Fendall 2000 Heated Accessory from Honeywell Safety Products (HSP) is dubbed as the industry’s first heated sterile eyewash station. Fendal 2000 offers an innovative solution to the challenges presented by workplace environments that are extremely cold or vary due to seasonal weather changes. Ideal for both indoor and outdoor applications, the portable station delivers unmatched versatility, and is approved for use in temperatures as low as -40 degrees Fahrenheit/Celsius. The accessory maintains eyewash solution at a tepid temperature (60 – 100 degrees Fahrenheit) to meet the ANSI Z358.1-2009 standard requirements, the company said. The Heated Accessory is made of sturdy vinyl for long-lasting wear and is powered by a built-in 110-volt, UL-CSA-certified, GFCI-protected heater to deliver the highest level of safety. It utilizes environmentally-friendly heat spreading technology to ensure efficient heat distribution and minimize energy requirements. The Fendall 2000 features Enabled Safety Products RFID technology that provides instant insight into maintenance schedules, helps manage inventory, tracks expiration dates and more using a handheld computer. The station’s patented receptacle captures waste fluid to eliminate the risk of spills, and its 85-decibel alarm notifies others of an eyewash emergency. An easy-to-access deactivation button ensures easy maintenance and inspection.  
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