7501T240 – 240V Tempered, Gravity-Fed, Portable Eyewash

The newly retooled Haws 7501T240 compact portable tempered eyewash is ideal for remote locations. The 9-gallon (34 L), gravity-fed, eyewash uses a NEMA 4 heated, insulated blanket to provide ANSI compliant tempered potable water in operating temperatures between -20° F (-30° C) and 100° F (38° C) for locations without access to a continuous potable water source. The self-contained heating blanket electrical system uses NEMA 4 rated components. 240VAC, 50/60Hz, 0.64A electrical requirement. This unit is a cost-effective solution ideal for locations without access to potable water, including temporary decontamination sites, temporary treatment facilities, and short-term job sites.

Product enhancements include:

CSA certified for NEMA/Type 4 in ordinary locations, and to ANSI/ISEA Z358.1 Standard for Emergency Eyewash and Shower Equipment, which is clearly called out on the exterior of the unit

7501T240H – 240V Tempered, Gravity-Fed, Portable Eyewash (Haz Loc)

The newly retooled Haws 7501T240H compact portable tempered eyewash ideal for remote locations. The 9-gallon (34 L), gravity-fed, hazardous location eyewash uses a NEMA 4 heated, insulated blanket to provide ANSI compliant tempered potable water in operating temperatures -20° F (-30° C) for locations without access to a continuous potable water source. 240VAC, 50/60Hz, 0.64A electrical requirement. This unit is a cost-effective solution ideal for locations without access to potable water, including temporary decontamination sites, temporary treatment facilities, and short-term job sites.

Product enhancements include:

CSA certified for NEMA/Type 4 in Class 1, Division 2, Group B, C, D, T6, and Class 2, Division 2, Group F, G locations; and to ANSI/ISEA Z358.1 Standard for Emergency Eyewash and Shower Equipment, which is clearly called out on the exterior of the unit.

7501TH – Tempered, Gravity-Fed, Portable Eyewash (Haz Loc)

The newly retooled Haws 7501 compact portable tempered eyewash is ideal for remote locations. The 9-gallon (34 L), gravity-fed, hazardous location eyewash uses a NEMA 4 heated, insulated blanket to provide ANSI compliant tempered water in operating temperatures to -20° F (-30° C) for locations without access to a continuous potable water source. This unit is a cost-effective solution ideal for locations without access to potable water, including temporary decontamination sites, temporary treatment facilities, and short-term job sites.

Product enhancements include:

CSA certified for NEMA/Type 4 in Class 1, Division 2, Group B, C, D, T6, and Class 2, Division 2, Group F, G locations; and to ANSI/ISEA Z358.1 Standard for Emergency Eyewash and Shower Equipment, which is clearly called out on the exterior of the unit.

7601.37 – Portable Emergency Air-Pressurized Eyewash

Hazardous chemical spills occur in isolated areas all over the world everyday and, Haws is working to position models like this pressurized 37 gallon (140 L) portable eyewash and body spray in such areas, providing a reliable source of safety for the irrigation process. More specifically, Model 7601.37 is able to do so by combining the use of twin soft-flo eyewash heads with a face and body-spray head.

Certified by CSA to meet the ANSI Z358.1 Standard for Emergency Eyewash and Shower Equipment.

7603 – Portable Air-Pressurized Emergency Eyewash

The Haws 7603 is an ideal, cost-efficient solution for a facility’s ANSI eyewash requirements in locations without access to a continuous potable water source. The pressurized 15 gallon (56.8 L) personal portable eyewash provides a reliable source of safety for the irrigation process.

Certified by CSA to meet the ANSI Z358.1 Standard for Emergency Eyewash and Shower Equipment.

7500 – Portable Gravity Fed Eyewash

Haws portable Model 7500 is ideal for remote locations. Using gravity to supply a continuous flow of clean water to injured personnel for a full 15 minutes at .4 gpm (1.5 L), this model is a reliable source for safety. Recognizing the 7500’s full patterned flushing feature, those working in remote areas can’t help but feel confident with this piece of emergency equipment day after day.

Certified by CSA to meet the ANSI Z358.1 Standard for Emergency Eyewash and Shower Equipment.

7500EB – Portable Self Contained Heated Eyewash

Haws heated portable Model 7500EB is ideal for remote locations. Using gravity to supply a continuous flow of clean water to injured personnel for a full 15 minutes at .4 gpm (1.5 L), this model is a reliable source for safety. The 7500’s full patterned flushing feature is capable of being used in sub-freezing temperatures.

Model 7500EB is certified by CSA to meet the ANSI Z358.1 Standard for Emergency Eyewash and Shower Equipment.

7501 – Portable Gravity Fed Eyewash

The newly retooled Haws 7501 compact portable eyewash is a 9-gallon (34.1 L) capacity gravity operated portable eyewash that supplies a continuous flow of water for a full 15 minutes at .4 gpm. This unit is a cost-effective solution ideal for locations without access to potable water, including temporary decontamination sites, temporary treatment facilities, and short-term job sites.

Product enhancements include:

Certified by CSA to meet the ANSI Z358.1 Standard for Emergency Eyewash and Shower Equipment. This is clearly called out on the exterior of the unit.

7501T – Tempered, Gravity-Fed, Portable Eyewash

The newly retooled Haws 7501T compact portable tempered eyewash ideal for remote locations. The 9-gallon (34 L), gravity-fed, eyewash uses a heated, insulated blanket to provide ANSI compliant tempered potable water in operating temperatures between -20° F (-30° C) and 100° F (38° C) for locations without access to a continuous potable water source. 120VAC, 60Hz, 1.38A electrical requirement with supplied 8′ power cord. This unit is a cost-effective solution ideal for locations without access to potable water, including temporary decontamination sites, temporary treatment facilities, and short-term job sites.

Product enhancements include:

CSA certified for NEMA/Type 3R in ordinary locations, and to ANSI/ISEA Z358.1 Standard for Emergency Eyewash and Shower Equipment, which is clearly called out on the exterior of the unit.