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BE PREPARED WITH ENWARE EMERGENCY SYSTEMS

01-09-2015
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When it comes to treating workplace injuries, every second counts.

Enware emergency systems are designed to deliver an effective response when accidents happen.

Enware’s unique VERTECH Technology maximises flushing effectiveness and comfort for the eyes and face.

This technology has been designed to create a Zero Velocity point – which is gentle yet effective in that it allows a greater amount of time in the flushing zone, which is especially important when cleansing the sensitive eyeballs from hazardous contaminants.

Customised solutions are sometimes needed to enhance your particular workplace safety initiatives.

Enware designs and manufactures innovative, quality emergency products, which have been independently tested to comply with Australian and International Standards.

Emergency systems can be customised to suit specific requirements.

Whether it’s a self-contained gravity fed shower or additional accessories such as audio visual alarms, Enware’s experienced professional team can offer advice on the appropriate solution for any situation.

Enware emergency systems are relied upon throughout mining, petrochemical, oil refinery, chemical manufacturing, handling and storage, as well as laboratories and hospitals.

Enware
1300 369 273
www.enware.com.au

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