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Sterowash - 500ml Eyewash Station & Accessories

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An eyewash station, featuring two 500ml bottles of sterile saline solution, that can be wall-mounted or left freestanding. Highly versatile for a range of environments, compliant with UK health and safety regulations.

Product Name Qty
Sterowash - 500ml Eyewash Station - complete (SKU: 1412)
£19.20 £16.00
Sterowash - 500ml Eyewash Station - Replacement Cover (SKU: 8115CO)
£7.80 £6.50
Sterowash - 500ml Eyewash Station - base (SKU: 8115EB)
£7.80 £6.50

Eye injuries can cause infection, visual impairment, and blindness in a matter of seconds. Install an eyewash station to protect your workforce’s sight.

Where there is a risk of eye injury, businesses must comply with Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations 1981 and provide access to an eyewash station on the premises. Make sure your business is compliant with one click by ordering a Sterowash Eyewash Station.

Order the fully stocked portable emergency eyewash station or the replacement cover or base here, or order refill 500ml bottles of eyewash solution.

Why choose a Sterowash eyewash station?

  • It conforms to HSE standards (“If mains tap water is not readily available for eye irrigation, at least one litre of sterile water or sterile normal saline (0.9% w/v) in sealed, disposable containers should be provided.”) It is also CE marked as a Class IIA medical device.
  • Gentle saline is non-irritant to sensitive eye membranes, making eye washing easier and more comfortable.
  • The solution is a sterile 0.9% sodium chloride solution in purified water, pyrogen-free with no antimicrobial agent or other substance added.
  • The eyewash station box contains two 500ml bottles mean both eyes can be irrigated at once.
  • The bottles can be detached, making it possible to deliver an eyewash if someone is immobilised or if eyewash needs to continue on the way to the hospital.
  • Eyewash solution is kept at room temperature, decreasing the chance of a burn if too hot or discomfort if solution is too cold, something that can happen at a plumbed eyewash station.
  • The solution stays sterile until the seal is broken, there is no need to disinfect the bottle openings, unlike plumbed stations.
  • The self-contained eyewash station comes complete with dust covers that keep bottles clean, promoting hygienic eye washing procedures.
  • The eyewash stand has pre-drilled holes for easy wall-mounting.

Where can the Sterowash Eyewash Station be used?

From chemical spills in a laboratory to hot oil splashes in a commercial kitchen, wherever there’s a risk of eye injury, you need an eyewash station.

Your health and safety risk assessment will reveal whether or not your staff are at risk of an eye injury. If so, you need to provide an emergency eyewash station by law. We supply a range of businesses with eyecare provisions, helping our customers to install lab safety eyewash stations, industrial eyewash stations, commercial eyewash stations in kitchens, factories, and more.

A portable eyewash station does not limit you on where it can be installed as it does not rely on plumbing from the main water supply. A lab eyewash station can be situated as close to the high-risk zone as possible without needing to worry about plumbing restrictions.

The eyewash station parts can be wall-mounted or installed as a stand-alone eyewash station, flexible for use in a wide range of premises and adaptable to different types of business operations. If your kitchen demands hygienic workspace to be available at all times, wall-mount your eyewash station. If you dedicate a corner of your lab to first aid, it can be set on the counter. Watch the video below to find out more:

Why do businesses need eyewash stations?

Not only must businesses support their staff in the event of an accident, but they must also comply with UK health and safety regulations.

The Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations 1981 require all UK businesses to provide access to first aid supplies determined necessary by their risk assessments. If you are found to be lacking in the proper first aid for eyecare, you could face a fine or even prosecution—stock up on all the essential eyecare first aid supplies you need here. 

Quickly treating a contaminated eye by rinsing it at an eyewash station can remove harmful material and potentially save someone’s sight. If the eye has come into contact with a harsh chemical, using an eyewash to dilute and remove the corrosive substance will help to minimise any damage and restore comfort to the injured person until medical personnel arrive.

Browse our eyecare and eye first aid page for all the other provisions you need to keep your business compliant with health and safety laws. Partner with Steroplast to get advice and support on what your business needs, including updates when your eyewash use-by date is coming up, so you’ll always have in-date supplies. 

More Information:

Shelf life of bottles: four years

Dimensions: 15cm x 22cm x 17cm

Contents: 2 x 500ml bottles of sterile eye wash solution

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Associated SKUs 8115CO 1412 8115EB
Subcategory Eyecare
Brand Sterowash
Type of Product Eyewash Stations
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