Emergency Eyewash station

Temporary Emergency Water Supply System for Showers and Eyewash

Our ANSI Z358.1 Compliant Emergency Deluge Shower/Eyewash installs in places with an inadequate or with no potable water source

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Well Manager provides more than just water solutions for your home. We also have portable, emergency water supply solutions for your job site. No matter what kind of conditions you’re operating in — even if you don’t have a reliable water supply — our emergency shower and eyewash station combination can allow you to meet the necessary OSHA requirements.


Our pre-assembled, packaged system is designed to produce an ANSI-compliant combination deluge shower and eyewash station when combined with compliant fixtures. Our emergency water supply solutions can be used regardless of whether or not you have a potable water supply at your job site.

For situations with no potable water supply
In these instances, use model number SSPB210+210LFV100-20. This unit has no inlet water piping and is filled through the tank access opening, making it an ideal solution for temporary installations. Call us today to ask about pricing with a portable water supply tank.
For situations with a potable water supply, but inadequate flow

If there is a local cold water supply line, but it will not provide the required flow that you need for a combination shower and eyewash station, use SSPB210+210WSV100-20EF. This unit has a fill controlled by an electric solenoid valve operated by a float.

Either of these units will provide the 20-gpm required flow for 15 minutes. When installed in an area where the ambient temperature is between 60 degrees F and 100 degrees F, the water temperature will be within the required range. It is suggested that water stored in these tanks be chlorinated. A chlorine tester is furnished with the unit for the initial treatment and subsequent maintenance. Chlorinating instructions can be found here.

These systems are made up of two 210-gallon LLDPE tanks connected together at the bottom with a 1 ½” manifold. The pump is located in tank #1, and there is a 3/4” valved pipe connected to the pressure discharge and to tank #2. Opening this valve will start water flowing from tank #1 to tank #2. This arrangement allows the system to be tested without discharging a lot of storage. It also helps with chlorine adjustment and as a means of bringing the initial water content up to the required minimum temperature using heat provided by the pump motor.

Our emergency water supply solutions can be furnished with the 210-gallon tanks in the upright position or, when height is a problem, oriented horizontally. The vertical system measures 52”W x 50”D x 74”H and the horizontally oriented system is 52”W x 73”D x 49”H.

Systems can be provided to supply more than one shower/eyewash, depending on the needs of your job site. For pricing on our emergency water supply solutions, call 800-211-8070, or complete a contact request, and we’ll get back to you right away.

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Our experts are ready to answer any questions you have about our well management systems. Get in touch and let us know how we can help:

Phone: 800-211-8070

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