Enware Australia Pty Ltd
|Phone:||02 9525 9511|
|Fax:||02 9525 9536|
9 Endeavour Road , Caringbah NSW 2229 (Directions)
The EE210 pedestal-mounted, hand/foot-operated eye wash station flushes hazardous contaminants and skin irritants from workers’ eyes.
Fast-Act’s toxic chemical vapour neutralisation dry powder formulation allows first-responders to neutralise toxic chemical vapours. It is suitable for use in laboratory, healthcare, construction, electrical, manufacturing, materials handling, resources, oil and gas, defence and hazmat transport/logistics sectors.
The Enware SafeEquip Imbiber environmental spill capture system captures spills and won’t release waste into either land or water.
Safe-Equip drive-in/drive-out spill prevention and containment berms are constructed for rapid deployment in applications involving hazardous fuels, chemicals and liquids.
The SafeEquip relocatable safety stations can be used to provide emergency aid where it is needed and can be customised to the safety needs of particular sites and industries. The standard components of fire extinguisher, eyewash, spill kit and first aid are compactly integrated into a Firerack trolley.
The EL485 handheld eyewash and body spray provides quick response to hazard spills, featuring dual outlets with stay-open ball valve activation that allows for hands-free flushing of eyes in industrial, commercial and educational applications.
The FAST-ACT (First Applied Sorbent Treatment - Against Chemical Threats) rapid response safety kit offers one-step neutralisation of either liquid or vapour spills of highly toxic chemicals including hydrofluoric (HF) acid.
The Poly-Dolly drum carrier transports 205 L drums and tilts to become a self-dispensing station, while acting as its own secondary containment unit against spills.
The Tobin Saline Solution eye protection system provides a first response tool to chemical injury in workplaces, supplementing primary eyewash stations and emergency showers.
The compact, 34 L capacity HAWS7501 gravity-fed portable emergency eyewash station provides a full 15 minutes of flow to help prevent permanent injury to eyes exposed to hazardous substances.
The Arctic cooling vest is based on the same technology used by marathon runners, tennis players, footballers, cricketers and others exposed to heat hazards.
Combined overpack and salvage drums that comply with international standards for the handling, storage and transporting of hazardous materials are being introduced by Enware.
The ZeoMed system is designed to provide a hygienic handling and disposal system for spills commonly encountered in workplace, public and recreational areas, including blood, vomit and body fluids that pose health hazards to staff.