Safety shower test units

Laboratory safety showers should be tested once a month to check the functionality and the requested water flow rate of 60 l/min in an emergency case.

This mobile test unit provides a very convenient and easy solution to test your body safety showers and handheld eye showers.

  • Transparent PVC water reservoir on castors, 110 litre capacity
  • Built-in suction pump (230 V) and IP 45 protected power switch
  • Drain hose (2 m) to empty the water reservoir
  • Separate mounts for drain hose and power cord

Centrally placed under the body safety shower the big funnel can be extended to a height of 2,30 metres, while the smaller funnel is designed to collect the water from handheld eye showers (min. flow rate: 6 l/min).

The collected water amount can be read on the water reservoir scale from 0 to 110 litres. The built-in electrical suction pump will empty the reservoir in a very short time.

According to EN 15154-1,2:2006 the water flow rate of the plumbed-in body showers shall be at least 60 l/min and 6 l/min of the plumbed-in eye wash units.

  • Applications:

    • Reliable solution for body safety showers and handheld eye showers.
Safety shower test units
Safety shower test units

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RS-Simulation Asia uses only original spare parts and all functions are tested against our stringent quality specifications.

  • We provide both natural and artificial environment simulations such as temperature, humidity, vibration, thermal shock, battery test and more.
  • Accredited calibration laboratory with MS ISO/IEC17025:2017 (SAMM 975)
  • On-site calibration of climatic test chambers based on methods such as Guideline DKD-R-5-7.
  • Customisable chamber module solutions to meet clients’ specific requirements.
  • 3S (sales, service, spare parts) facility centre is based in Puchong, Malaysia to provide maximum supports and to achieve greater customer satisfaction.
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