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  • Posted in: ASPE Open Forum

    Steven, A self-contained emergency shower/eye wash unit is a reasonable option for limited applications. However, with the intent concern for Legionella, it must be limited. In order to be self-contained there must be water storage. This water is "stagnate," ...

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    Michael, In lieu of upsizing the supply line to the facility from the water meter, have you considered replacing the existing emergency shower with a self-contained emergency shower? ------------------------------ Steven Savich Mechanical Designer ...

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    Enrique, Interesting comments, but a mixing valve or electronically controlled point-of-use water heater is required to provide "Tepid" water to the emergency equipment. You cannot simply provide cold water and comply with code or the ANSI/ISEA Z358.1-2014 ...

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