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05 December 2018

The fertiliser industry uses extremely hazardous materials in their production processes. Common industry chemicals like anhydrous ammonia can cause burns and inhalation hazards. Others like ammonium nitrate pose a risk of fire and explosion.

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05 December 2018

It’s important to know how seasonal weather changes affect your safety equipment, especially if placed outdoors. With winter approaching, are your safety showers ready? asks Hughes Safety Showers.

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29 November 2018

SPECIALIST EQUIPMENT supplier Envirogard has added MH-P-1200 mobile safety showers to its hire fleet; the units are equipped with overhead full body showers and in addition come complete with emergency eyewash stations.

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21 September 2018

Anaerobic digestion is a collection of processes which naturally breakdown organic matter to eventually produce biogas – a methane rich gas which is burned to produce both heat and electricity. The methane can also be used as vehicle fuel or injected into the gas grid. 

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20 September 2018

Emergency safety showers and eye wash stations are essential for sites where workers could come into contact with hazardous chemicals.

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26 July 2018

A fire crew respond to an incident at a chemicals factory. Many hazardous substances are on site and the incident has resulted in injuries. The crew assess the situation, establish the danger zone and don their protective hazmat suits. These emergency responders risk their own lives to rescue injured workers and contain the situation.

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02 February 2018

Hughes Safety Showers provides its top three reasons to regularly service emergency safety showers and eye wash units.

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28 November 2017

A top international oil and gas refinery on France’s western coast recently initiated a €400 million facility upgrade to capture profitable new markets in low-sulfur fuels that meet evolving European Union specifications.

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01 November 2017

Aqua Safety Showers International’s PS12/PS20 mobile safety shower range guarantees up to 25 minutes tepid water drench time.

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20 September 2017

Hughes Safety Showers, the manufacturer of emergency safety showers, eye/face wash and decontamination equipment, will be showcasing new products at A+A 2017.

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07 February 2017

Intertec has launched a range of enclosed emergency safety showers for use in harsh outdoor environments.

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20 October 2015

ANSI Z358.1-2009 establishes universal minimum performance and use requirements for Emergency Eyewash & Drench Shower equipment used for the treatment of the eyes, face, and/or body of a person who has been exposed to hazardous materials and/or chemicals.

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18 September 2015

ANSI Z358.1-2009 establishes universal minimum performance and use requirements for Emergency Eyewash & Drench Shower equipment used for the treatment of the eyes, face, and/or body of a person who has been exposed to hazardous materials/chemicals.

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10 February 2015

The ANSI Z358.1-2009 standard establishes universal minimum performance and use requirements for emergency eyewash and drench shower equipment used for the treatment of the eyes, face, and/or body of a person who has been exposed to hazardous materials and/or chemicals.

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15 July 2014

Showers & Eyebaths Services, specialist in the design and manufacture of safety showers and eyebaths, has launched a new website which provides a comprehensive window into the world of emergency tank and portable showers used globally by oil, gas, chemical and utility companies.

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16 April 2014

If the water temperature of an emergency safety shower is too hot or too cold, casualties are unlikely to remain under it for the minimum 15 minutes recommended for effective decontamination. The internationally recognised ANSI 358.1 2009 standard specifies a temperature range of between 16º-38º C.

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23 January 2014

Wherever hazardous materials are being handled, used or processed the deployment of safety showers is often required by law.

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25 November 2013

Stockport based Hughes Safety Showers welcomed a surprise Royal visitor to the Company’s stand at the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition (ADIPEC).

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11 October 2013

Showers & Eyebaths Services’ GFSF range of self-draining safety showers is manufactured entirely from corrosion resistant materials to guarantee superior strength, long life and suitability for installation in any environment.

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26 April 2018

Hughes Safety Showers has increased their hire fleet of emergency safety showers.

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