Tankless Eyewash Water Heaters
Keep your employees, students, and others safe with these emergency eyewash heaters! Accidental chemical or hazardous material exposures can occur even with good safety precautions like goggles and face shields, and most medical and safety professionals agree that eyes exposed to toxic or dangerous substances should be flushed with water for a minimum of 15-20 minutes. However, most people don't end up flushing for the full time required to help prevent injury - and why not? Discomfort. These thermostatically controlled tankless heaters are specifically designed to keep eyewash water at appropriate temperatures for "tepid" water - helping to ensure that your workers have the right equipment to deal with accidents. Designed to be installed and used right at the eyewash station, you can plumb them directly onto the cold water line so you don't have to heat water for the entire facility, and the built-in temperature limiter prevents the water from being heated over 90°F to protect against scalding. As an added bonus, they're Proudly Made in the USA and meet Buy American Act requirements.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q. "Does the kW listed under each model represent the amount of energy they use if all the heating elements are on?"
A. Yes, the specification for kilowatt usage for all models show the maximum wattage with all heating elements on.
Q. "Are all Eemax tankless water heaters designed to be hardwired?"
A. Yes, every tankless water heater by Eemax is supposed to be hardwired when it's installed.
Q. "The Eemax tankless water heaters info specify the 'temp. rise' based on the GPM flow; what do you mean by this?"
A. Temperature rise is the amount the heater raises the temperature of the incoming water, based on the flow rate shown of that water.
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