Safety shower systems are also known as mist showers, emergency showers or decontamination showers. These safety mist showers are a critical, mandatory safety precaution in all forward thinking, modern manufacturing and media processing facilities, specifically when the plant processes toxic, potent and hazardous substances.
The Standard Group of Companies has manufactured Automated Safety Decontamination Showers since 2016 and installed such in the Pharmaceutical and Chemical sectors for operator wash-down in the event of a system / process safety breach.
The Standard Safety Decontamination Shower system is supplied with Electro magnetic Door Interlocks which are connected to predetermined operator cleaning cycle, which depends on the area of plant/substances processed.
Our showers are supplied as a turnkey supply solution and are manufactured from Stainless Steel as standard.
The Robust construction permits them to be installed for the most demanding applications. Our mist safety shower is fully assembled at our factory and is supplied as a plug-in-play system at the clients facility.
The Standard Group manufacture hundreds of safety mist showers each year. The photos below show examples of a 20off batch being processed in our manufacturing facility in Decemeber 2019 for an export order for a European client.
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The Standard Group Safety Mist Shower is designed and manufactured to cGMP and cGAMP practice.
The system comprises an stainless steel structure with a central mist generation and distribution arrangement located above the internal chamber. The unit has a built-in perforated platform over a tapered trough which collects water effluent from the internal chamber. In turn, the trough is connected to the clients drain outlet for safe disposal.
The mist nozzles are located on the side walls and at the bottom of the shower to ensure that the operator is fully covered with the mist.
The Standard Group mist shower system will operate only when the electro-magnetic door interlocks are activated and the operator has pushed the start button. Automated mist activation after door closure, is optional.
During the operation the operator is expected to gently rotate in the central space with his/her elbows raised and away from their body to ensure mist contacts all of their external surfaces.