We have a safety shower / eye wash station that's located in a process area that radiates a great deal of heat, particularly in the summer months. What solutions are available to maintain this water in the 60 - 100 degree F range?
Although the devices are not regulated by NFPA standards, I have some experience with eye stations. If you are using eyewash mixing valve meeting standard ANSI Z358.1, you can insulation the cold supply pipes and recirculate the cold water from main source to maintain the desired temperature. I understand for the experts that 80 degrees immediately from the mixing valve is ideal for most applications.
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