SAFETY SHOWER TRAILERS
Where the Safety Shower Trailers are Used
We build safety shower trailers in our factory and offer them for sale. For example, industrial sites working with acids and caustic fluids require the safety shower trailer to be on site. Firstly, an oil field fracking site uses this mobile drench shower. Secondly, the safety shower trailer provides emergency relief on an industrial site working with harmful chemicals . Additionally, workers can utilize a safety shower trailer in mining sites and chemical factory locations. While used at an oil field, you can easily transport the trailer from one oil site to a new site. Other examples where mobility is important include remote construction sites. Finally, you can use the trailer where city water is not ready and available. For more shower information, visit Oil Field Showers.
How the Safety Shower Trailers are Used
This safety shower trailers allows for a quick response to exposure to contaminants. Most importantly, the shower includes both an overhead shower and an eye washing shower. Therefore, it rapidly responds to accidents. In case an individual becomes exposed to damaging chemicals a quick response is necessary. So, the quick drench shower with a shower head and pump system allows for a minimum of 20 gallons of tepid water per minute. Over 300 gallons of water stays preheated at a luke-warm temperature. Therefore, the water allows for an immediate emergency response.
Features of the Safety Shower Trailer
The standard fresh water tank size of 300 gallons comes standard in this safety shower trailer. While an additional 200 gallons of fresh water is optioned into some floor plans. Firstly, the standard floor plan offers an anti-slip and acid resistant shower pan. Secondly, a bench seat, built into the shower room, allows for comfortable change of clothes. Additional features include generators and fuel tanks for generators. Also, a winter package for the safety shower trailer allows for the trailer use during the extreme cold months in the oil fields. For more types of trailers, visit richrestrooms.com.