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pH Neutral vs Saline Eyewash: When To Use

December 5, 2016 Eye Protection
eyewash station

Personal Eyewash

By Samantha Hoch, Marketing, Haws Corp.

Personal Emergency Eyewashes are for use when dust, dirt, chemicals and other contaminants come into contact with the eyes. With multiple solution options, you need to determine which is appropriate for the most effective rinse.

STEP 1: Determine Type of Substance (Foreign, acid, alkali, irritant)
STEP 2: Select Appropriate Fluid Type and Rinse (pH Neutralizer or Saline)
STEP 3: Continue Rinsing
STEP 4: Rinse as Directed (Duration)

It is important to ensure the eyewash liquid hits the eyes with a soft, even flow. The Haws’ DUO Personal Eyewashes provide simultaneous eye coverage allowing for both eyes to be treated with an advanced rinse process for supplementary flushing support.

Learn more about how the pH Neutralizer phosphate solution works by viewing the back page of this chart. Download the pH Neutralizer vs Saline Solution Chart.

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This guest blog post was originally published in Haws Corp blog, December 2016.

If you have questions about eye protection equipment for your specific application, please contact PK Safety Customer Service experts at 800-829-9580, or visit pksafety.com.