TWBS.EWE – Thermostatic Mixing Valve

Model TWBS.EWE, low-lead Emergency Valve (patent pending) thermostatically mixes hot and cold water to provide a safe fluid supply for emergency eyewash equipment. The valve contains a secondary high temperature limit valve to provide additional protection to the user in the event of main tempering valve malfunction. Additionally, to ensure a fail-safe water supply for emergency shower and eyewash stations, a series of cold water by-pass valves open in the event of hot water pressure loss. (No gauges supplied – ASSE 1071 standard recommends gauges be placed 5 to 8 feet (1.52 to 2.44 m) downstream for the most accurate temperature measurement.)

Listings: CSA certified per ASSE 1071, ANSI Z358.1, applicable sections of CSA B125.3, NSF/ANSI 372, NSF/ANSI 61-section 8, California Health and Safety Code 116875 (AB 1953).

TWBS.HF – Thermostatic Mixing Valve

Model TWBS.HF, low-lead Emergency Valve (patent pending), thermostatically mixes hot and cold water to provide a safe fluid supply for emergency shower and eyewash equipment. The valve contains a secondary high temperature limit valve to provide additional protection to the user in the event of main tempering valve malfunction. Additionally, to ensure a fail-safe water supply for emergency shower and eyewash stations, a pressure sensing diverter valve is provided that sends a pressure signal to open the cold water by-pass valve in the event of hot water pressure loss, main valve thermostat malfunction, or clogged cold water check-stop. (No gauges supplied – ASSE 1071 standard recommends gauges be placed 5 to 8 feet (1.52 to 2.44 m) downstream for the most accurate temperature measurement.)

Listings: CSA certified per ASSE 1071, ANSI Z358.1, applicable sections of CSA B125.3, NSF/ANSI 372, NSF/ANSI 61-section 8, California Health and Safety Code 116875 (AB 1953).

TWBS.SHE – Thermostatic Mixing Valve

Model TWBS.SHE, low-lead Emergency Valve (patent pending), thermostatically mixes hot and cold water to provide a safe fluid supply for emergency shower and eyewash equipment. The valve contains a secondary high temperature limit valve to provide additional protection to the user in the event of main tempering valve malfunction. Additionally, to ensure a fail-safe water supply for emergency shower and eyewash stations, a series of cold water by-pass valves open in the event of hot water pressure loss. (No gauges supplied – ASSE 1071 standard recommends gauges be placed 5 to 8 feet (1.52 to 2.44 m) downstream for the most accurate temperature measurement.)

Listings: CSA certified per ASSE 1071, ANSI Z358.1, applicable sections of CSA B125.3, NSF/ANSI 372, NSF/ANSI 61-section 8, California Health and Safety Code 116875 (AB 1953).

TWBS.EW.H – Instantaneous Water Heater

Model TWBS.EW.H An on-demand, prepackaged, fully engineered and tested tempering system to provide tempered water instantaneously. System is designed to increase cold water temperature by a minimum of 34° F (19° C) at 4 gpm (15.1 L) flow and 68° F (38° C) at 2.0 gpm (7.5 L); thus it is suitable for single eyewash application. Outlet water temperature is factory set at 80° F (26° C).

9202E – Thermostatic Mixing Valve

Model 9202E Emergency Valve (patent pending) thermostatically mixes hot and cold water to provide a safe fluid supply for emergency showers and eyewash equipment. Additionally, to ensure a fail-safe water supply for emergency shower and eyewash stations, a series of cold water by-pass valves open in the event of hot water pressure loss. (No gauges supplied – ASSE 1071 standard recommends gauges be placed 5 to 8 feet (1.52 to 2.44 m) downstream for the most accurate measurement.)

CSA Listings: CSA certified per ASSE 1071, ANSI Z358.1 and applicable sections of CSA B125.3.

9400 – AXION® Steam Water Heater

The Haws 9400 AXION® Steam Water Heater replaces hot water tanks when pressurized steam is available. When an emergency shower or eyewash is activated, the flow of water opens a steam control valve. The steam enters a brazed plate heat exchanger, instantly heating the water. This mixing valve blends hot and cold water to produce an output of 80° F (27° C ) tepid water. Additional valves keep the system preheated, freeze protected and scald protected. The steam valve will remain closed should there be a loss of water pressure. This station complies with the ANSI Z358.1 standard and mixing valve is designed to meet ASSE 1071

 

 

9400LPS – AXION® Low Pressure Steam Water Heater

The Haws 9400LPS AXION® Low Pressure Steam Water Heater replaces hot water tanks when pressurized steam is available. When an emergency shower or eyewash is activated, the flow of water opens a steam control valve. The steam enters a brazed plate heat exchanger, instantly heating the water. This mixing valve blends hot and cold water to produce an output of 80° F (27° C) tepid water. Additional valves keep the system preheated, freeze protected and scald protected. The steam valve will remain closed should there be a loss of water pressure. This station complies with the ANSI Z358.1 standard and mixing valve is designed to meet ASSE 1071

 

9201E – Thermostatic Mixing Valve

Model 9201E emergency mixing valve (patent pending) thermostatically mixes hot and cold water to provide a safe fluid supply for emergency showers and eyewash equipment. Additionally, to ensure a fail-safe water supply for emergency shower and eyewash stations, a series of cold water by-pass valves open in the event of hot water pressure loss. (No gauges supplied – ASSE 1071 standard recommends gauges be placed 5 to 8 feet (1.52 to 2.44 m) downstream for the most accurate temperature measurement.)

CSA Listings: CSA certified per ASSE 1071, ANSI Z358.1, and applicable sections of CSA B125.3.

9201EFE – Thermostatic Mixing Valve

Model 9201EFE Emergency Valve (patent pending) thermostatically mixes hot and cold water to provide a safe fluid supply for emergency eyewash equipment. Additionally, to ensure a fail-safe water supply for emergency eyewash stations, a series of cold water by-pass valves open in the event of hot water pressure loss. (No gauges supplied – ASSE 1071 standard recommends gauges be placed 5 to 8 feet (1.52 to 2.44 m) downstream for the most accurate temperature measurement.)

CSA Listings: CSA certified per ASSE 1071, ANSI Z358.1 and applicable sections of CSA B125.3.

9201EW – Thermostatic Mixing Valve

Model 9201EW Emergency Valve thermostatically mixes hot and cold water to provide a safe fluid supply for a single emergency eye/face wash. Additionally, to ensure a fail-safe water supply for emergency eyewash stations, a cold water by-pass valves open in the event of hot water pressure loss. (No gauges supplied – ASSE 1071 standard recommends gauges be placed 5 to 8 feet (1.52 to 2.44 m) downstream for the most accurate temperature measurement.)

CSA Listings: CSA certified per ASSE 1071, ANSI Z358.1 and applicable sections of CSA B125.3.

9201H – Thermostatic Mixing Valve

Model 9201H, low-lead Emergency Valve (patent pending), thermostatically mixes hot and cold water to provide a safe fluid supply for emergency showers and eyewash equipment. The valve contains a secondary high temperature limit valve to provide additional protection to the user in the event of main tempering valve malfunction. Additionally, to ensure a fail-safe water supply for emergency shower and eyewash stations, a series of cold water by-pass valves open in the event of hot water pressure loss. (No gauges supplied – ASSE 1071 standard recommends gauges be placed 5 to 8 feet downstream for the most accurate measurement.)

Listings: CSA certified per ASSE 1071, ANSI Z358.1, applicable sections of CSA B125.3, NSF/ANSI 372, NSF/ANSI 61-section 8, California Health and Safety Code 116875 (AB 1953).

8720 – ePOD­™ Indoor/Outdoor Overhead Tank Combination Shower and Eye/Face Wash

Model 8720 ePOD™ indoor/outdoor insulated overhead tank heated enclosed shower and eye/face wash expands upon the unique Overhead Tank Shower design of the 8770 by adding and enclosed booth for victim protection and comfort. This enclosure allows the 8720 to be placed both indoors and outdoors in locations with extreme weather and exposure in order to maintain victim comfort and to protect both the equipment and users from exposure to dirty and harsh conditions. It shall include a 5’ x 5’ (1.52 x 1.52 m) bright green, chemically resistant, water-proof coated booth made with an aluminum base, frame, and enclosure. This superior design provides optional operating temperature ranges of -50° to 120° F (-40° to 49° C), and shall include spring-loaded, self-closing shower doors. The booth is with large directional arrows, large and small universal shower/eyewash signs, fiberglass floor grate, and 3” IPS floor drain. The use of an Advanced Programmable Monitoring Control System allows for real-time control of the operating system. The internal booth temperature is maintained by a space heater. The overhead 530-gallon (2006 L) tanks is constructed of insulated HDPE with water temperature controlled by immersion heating. Optional model 9084 cleansing stick can be used to provide continual protection against pathogenic bacteria in the water for up to 3 years. The standard electrical system comes with 480V 3ph standard (other voltages available). Emergency flushing is provided by an AXION® MSR eye/face wash head with greater than 3 gpm flow. The entire system meets the ANSI Z358.1 standard for emergency eyewash and shower equipment.