Niels Lorenzen

Its product portfolio for laboratory safety showers extended laboratory safety showers with hot water B-SAFETY, the leading German manufacturer for emergency showers and eyewash. With the new ComfortLine laboratory safety showers, a first-aid supply is possible with tempered water. The supply of safety showers with hot water is a crucial aspect. In accordance with DIN EN 15154-1:2006 and DIN EN 15154-2:2006 is a rinse duration of at least 15 minutes required to eliminate the pollutants as far as possible without leaving any residue. If very aggressive chemicals that penetrate deep into the skin, it may be necessary to even a treatment period of up to 60 minutes. A prolonged exposure of the skin with cold water (below 15 C) can lead to a hypothermia. It should be noted that any water temperature below 32 C, the body temperature steadily drop can be.

The property of water, up to 25 times faster to avoid the temperature the body when compared to air is especially critical. The body can suffer from hypothermia after a few minutes it becomes critical if the body temperature drops below 32 C drops! Temperatures above 37 C have proven harmful to the eyes and can intensify chemical reactions in the eye or on the skin. Medical recommendations State a tepid temperature between 15 and 37 C for a treatment of chemically impaired tissue as optimal. The DIN EN 15154-1:2006 and DIN EN 15154-2:2006 therefore recommend the therefore a supply of emergency and eye washers with temperate water between 15 and 37 C. The ComfortLine safety showers are supplied with tempered water over the upstream safety thermostatic mixing valves. For the supply of the ComfortLine safety showers, a hot and cold water supply are required. For more information see contact: Niels Lorenzen E-Mail:

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