Eyesaver Sensor Activated Combination Eyewash Faucet with 8" Deck Plate, Thermostatic Mixing Valve, Manual Override and AC Powered
Speakman® Eyesaver® combination eyewashes and lavatory faucets are a revolutionary exclusive Speakman product with a unique design that combines a fully functional gooseneck faucet with an independently operated eyewash. This patented design incorporates two separate water channels in the faucet body, one for the eyewash and the other for the faucet. A simple pull activates the eyewash and delivers a safe water temperature to the eyes each and every time. The faucet always remains functional.
Speakman SEF-1826-TW Features:
- Fully functional gooseneck faucet with independently operated eyewash
- Lead free brass construction
- Includes SE-370 thermostatic mixing valve
- 8" deck plate with manual override valve
- Universal emergency sign included
- Activator: Pull handle with graphics
- Spray Heads: 2 aerated yellow plastic spray outlets with flip-top dust caps
- Performance: 2.6gpm @ 30 psi
- Compliance: ANSI Z358.1
- Supply: 3/8" compression connections with male threads for hot and cold inserts
- Center Distance: 4" (2 places)
- Activator: AC powered sensor
- Performance: 2.2 gpm
- Counter Thickness: Up to 1-1/4" thick
- Compliance: ASME A112.18.1 and CSA B125-98
Speakman SEF-1826-TW Specifications:
- Height: 9"
- Spout Height: 5-1/4"
- Spout Reach: 5-1/2"
- Min. Backspace: 6"
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Our SKU: Speakman SEF-1826-TW
This product is listed under the following manufacturer number(s):
- Speakman SEF-1826-TW
*Denotes a finish or option that has been discontinued
Speakman SEF-1826-TW Product Specifications
|Country Of Origin||USA|
|Flow Rate (GPM)||2.2, 2.6|
|Made in America||Yes|
|Max Deck Thickness||1.25|
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