Eyewash Faucets & Stations

Explore reliable eyewash stations and parts at F.W. Webb. An emergency eyewash station is a crucial addition to a workspace; use the faucet component to flush and clean your eyes with water to remove dust, debris, chemicals, or irritants as soon as possible after exposure. Made in plastic, stainless steel, or brass, these sturdy stations can withstand daily use at a busy worksite. Use our convenient filters to sort eyewash station parts by size, finish, handle type, flow rate, and other variables. Browse the selection of emergency eyewash stations and parts from trusted manufacturers Speakman, Guardian, and Bradley to find the right fit for your commercial facility or construction site.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the OSHA requirement for eyewash stations?

OSHA lists several different requirements for eyewash stations, including:

  • The emergency eyewash station should be placed in an immediate area where exposure to injurious corrosive materials is possible.
  • The eyewash equipment must be 100 feet or less from the workstation.
  • The employee should be able to reach and use the eyewash within 10 seconds.
  • Water must be available to wash both eyes at the same time.
  • A highly visible sign must be displayed to identify the station.

How often do you flush eyewash stations?

Flush an eyewash station monthly for one to three minutes as part of routine maintenance.

Does an eyewash station need a drain?

An eyewash station needs a drain to:

  • Protect a facility from water damage.
  • Ensure proper removal of wastewater.
  • Make routine testing more convenient.