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Sterowash - 20ml Eye And Wound Wash Station & Accessories

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The highly visible wall dispenser ensures that eye and wound wash is ready and can be found easily in an emergency situation. 

Grouped product items
Product Name Qty
Sterowash - 20ml Eyewash Plate - complete (SKU: 1410)
£16.00
Sterowash - 20ml Eyewash Plate - refill (SKU: 1410RP)
Not available individually
Sterowash - 20ml Eyewash Plate - empty (SKU: 8108EB)
£11.00
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The 20ml Sterowash eye and wound wash station can provide eye protection and is clear for all to see

The Sterowash station, is ideal for washing and cleaning eyes and could save an individual's sight. It's also perfect to cleanse wounds to reduce the risk of infection, as it's sterile.

All workplace facilities that contain hazardous substances are required by law to have eyewash stations installed close by chemicals for worker's safety. This is because immediate and appropriate treatment is crucial when anyone suffers an eye injury, or needs to cleanse a wound. This is why our eye and wound wash station can be positioned on a wall where it can be easily accessed in the case of an emergency.

Our Sterowash pods can flush out:

  • Sand and dust particles
  • Chemicals
  • The vapour that is given off by toxic chemicals

The station can be wall-mounted so it can be seen every day, meaning it's highly visible and easily accessible in case of emergency

  • The newly designed station is made from strong lightweight plastic with pre-drilled holes ready for fixing to a wall in an office, warehouse, factory or anywhere that it may be needed
  • Recesses for the 10 pods are moulded precisely so that each pod will stay in place on their own, right down to the last one
  • A mirror is provided for observation of the eye and enables an individual to use eyewash on their own if needed
  • A topical, sterile eye/wound wash solution, containing Sodium Chloride BP 0.9%
  • Station size is 24.5cm x 33cm x 2.5cm

Our Sterowash saline 20ml pods are available on Drug Tariff and can be prescribed by a doctor.

 

Contents
Instructions label x 1
Mirror x 1
Steropax eyepads x 2
Sterowash 20ml pods x 10

 

Check out our blog to find out how to safely clean out a dog's eyes with our Sterowash

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Associated SKUs 1410 1410RP 8108EB
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  • Is it the law to have an eyewash station in the workplace?
    Question by: Steroplast Healthcare on 2020-07-14 13:17:26

    All workplace facilities that contain hazardous substances are required by law to have eyewash stations close by chemicals, for worker’s safety.

    Answer by: admin on 2020-07-14 02:25:58
  • What type of water do eyewash stations use?
    Question by: Steroplast Healthcare on 2020-07-14 13:20:19

    Eyewash stations should use pH balanced saline solution to match your body’s natural pH. Plain tap water can cause painful damage even to healthy eyes.

    Answer by: admin on 2020-07-14 02:28:45
  • How do I flush something out of my eye?
    Question by: Steroplast Healthcare on 2020-07-14 13:21:31

    If you need to flush something out of your eyes you should use an eyewash solution that has been specifically designed for an emergency. If you do not have an eyewash solution to hand, you can use a gentle flow of lukewarm water over the affected eye while holding your eyelid open.

    Answer by: admin on 2020-07-14 02:29:42
  • What is eyewash solution?
    Question by: Steroplast Healthcare on 2020-07-14 13:22:19

    Eye wash solutions are sterile and are used to clean, refresh, or soothe eyes. Eye wash can flush irritants from the eyes, such as dust, chemicals and other foreign objects.

    Answer by: admin on 2020-07-14 02:32:00
  • Is it safe to use eyewash daily?
    Question by: Steroplast Healthcare on 2020-07-14 13:23:02

    Unless you’ve been directed to use over-the counter eye drops by your doctor, you shouldn’t be using eye wash on a daily basis. They aren’t meant for long-term eye care and should only be used when required.

    Answer by: admin on 2020-07-14 02:32:27
  • What temperature should eyewash solution be?
    Question by: Steroplast Healthcare on 2020-07-14 13:23:47

    Eyewash solutions must be close to the body’s temperature to be effective. Fluid that is too cold may prevent the worker from flushing for the advised 15 minutes, and fluid exceeding 37 °C (100°F) temperature can harm the eyes, exacerbating chemical reactions with the eyes and skin.

    Answer by: admin on 2020-07-14 02:32:55
  • How long should I rinse my eyes for?
    Question by: Steroplast Healthcare on 2020-07-14 13:24:23

    If you need to flush something out of your eyes, you should rinse your eyes continually for 15 minutes, with eye wash solution flowing at a rate of 1.5-2.0 liters per minute.

    Answer by: admin on 2020-07-14 02:33:26