Sterowash - 20ml Eye And Wound Wash Station & Accessories
Starting at £6.00 £5.00
Everything you need to quickly wash an eye or wound mounted on a highly visible wall dispenser, compact and easy to access. Includes ten individual eyewash pods, eye dressings, instructions, and a shatter-proof mirror.
Deal with small-scale injuries or irritants without wasting a whole bottle of sterile solution. Install a convenient 20ml wound and eyewash pod station.
By law, businesses must provide a minimum of 1L sterile water or sterile saline solution if there is no plumbed eyewash station. But what about in low-risk areas where the chance of eye injury is unlikely, or severity would be mild?
Installing a station with 20ml eyewash pods means you won’t have to break out your 500ml bottles when only minimal eye first aid is needed. This portable eyewash drops station can also be used to support an immovable plumbed eyewash station in the event an injured person can’t reach the unit quickly or easily.
The 20ml ampoules are also highly convenient and hygienic for use cleaning wounds. Simply grab a pod and twist off the top to use with precision when cleaning even the smallest or most awkward to reach cuts and grazed. Easy to refill the station with new saline eyewash pods. No need to waste a whole bottle of sterile solution.
Benefits of the Sterowash 20ml Eye and Wound Wash Station
- The station is made from strong, lightweight plastic with pre-drilled holes ready for easy fixing to a wall in an office, warehouse, factory or anywhere that it may be needed.
- Recesses for the 10 individual eyewash solution pods are moulded precisely so that each pod will stay in place on their own but can be grabbed with ease.
- Twist-caps on the eyewash pods make them easy to open and hygienic to use.
- The narrow design of the individual eyewash packets with small openings means eyes can be rinsed and wounds cleaned with precision.
- The shatter-proof mirror is provided for observation of the eye and enables an individual to use eyewash on their own if needed.
- The station comes with two sterile eye pads for dressing eye injuries.
- The topical, sterile eye/wound wash solution is saline (0.9% w/v) in sealed disposable containers, which complies with HSE standards. It is also CE marked as a Class IIA medical device.
Buy the fully stocked station, the empty frame, or refills of the small eyewash bottles here on our website.
Where to Install a 20ml Eye and Wound Wash Station
Warehouses, factories, commercial kitchens, veterinary practices, schools, labs, and more.
A 20ml eyewash ampoules station is perfect for supporting low-risk environments where eye contamination could happen or where you might need to rinse and treat a wound.
Our Sterowash eyewash pods can hygienically flush out:
- Sand, dust, and pollen particles.
- Dirt and grit.
- Chemicals splashes and vapours.
- Foreign objects.
The eyewash pods 20ml station is ideal for extra support for day-to-day operations in addition to a 1 Litre eyewash station or a plumbed eyewash station. Consider installing a station with 20ml individual eyewash pods too to give your staff the best first aid support.
Stock up on all eyecare supplies with Steroplast and make sure your business stays compliant. If you partner with us, we’ll help you ensure your business is fully equipped with everything you need. We’ll even tell you when your eyewash is about to go out of date so you won’t find yourself with out of date bottles.
- Instructions label x 1
- Mirror x 1
- Steropax eye pads x 2
- Sterowash 20ml pods x 10
Station size: 24.5cm x 33cm x 2.5cm
Individual pod shelf life: three years
|Associated SKUs||1410 1410RP 8108EB|
|Type of Product||Eyewash Stations|
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