Bradley’s new Halo eye/face wash is designed with the latest technology in fluid dynamics,...
Bradley’s new Halo eye/face wash is designed with the latest technology in fluid dynamics, covering 85 per cent of the user’s face, which is more than 20 per cent better protection than any other eye/face wash on the market, the company said. With more coverage and a superior wash pattern, users attain the greatest contaminant relief and protection available. In addition to superior washdown capability, Halo incorporates an exclusive self-draining feature, which eliminates standing water left in the unit between uses and testing. The innovative self-draining Aquaduct design reduces the risk of bacteria growth when the unit is not in use. The integral strainer inside the Aquaduct further reduces debris in the water for additional eye protection and also prevents clogging. The strainer is easy to remove and clean during routine testing. Halo’s separate supply and waste pipes stand out as another exclusive product feature, meeting U.S. and European plumbing requirements, the company said. With separate supply and waste, potential for cross contamination is eliminated, for enhanced user protection. New and enhanced dust covers provide added protection and keep units clean and ready for emergency situations. When the cover is opened — using a new ergonomic hand-activation paddle that is easy to reach from any direction — water flow starts immediately and users are relieved promptly. Anti-microbial protection also protects the eyewash and eye/face wash sprayheads from germs and bacteria.