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Emergency Safety Showers available to hire from Hughes
02 May 2018
Hughes Safety Showers has recently increased their hire fleet of emergency safety showers.
Three of Hughes’ models are available for hire whether it’s for a week, a month or a year.
• The STD -J-40K/45G Mobile Self-Contained Emergency Safety Shower is ideal as a secondary measure to supplement your permanent safety showers.
Easy to manoeuvre and suitable for towing, its adjustable wheel-spacing means it can fit through a standard door opening.
• A larger capacity mobile unit is the ANSI compliant STD-MH-P-1200L Mobile Self-Contained Heated Emergency Safety Shower
. The integral immersion heater maintains water at a tepid temperature and provides a continuous flow of water for 15 minutes. The unit is easy to transport behind a suitable vehicle using the towing hitch provided.
• For situations where tepid water, a constant water supply or sufficient water pressure are unavailable, Hughes offers the EXP-MH-14K/350 Immersion Heated 350 Litre Emergency Tank Shower.
The integral immersion heater maintains water at a tepid temperature while a panic bar or optional foot panel allow instant activation.
You won’t need to worry about servicing, Hughes will service the emergency safety shower every 6 months, as per European and international standards.
Hughes also ensures swift delivery as well as the option to collect and return the units yourself from the Stockport site.
Protecting the safety of your workforce is essential, if you need an emergency safety shower without committing to a purchase why not consider hiring from Hughes.
Contact Hughes today for pricing and availability.
Tel: +44 (0)1614 306618
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