Potter Roemer Safety Announces Its Heat Traced Combination Station

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Potter Roemer Safety, manufacturer of emergency eye washes, drench showers, and drench hoses since 1954, and a division of Acorn Engineering Company, announces its Heat Traced Combination Station (Model S1360-HT), now in production.

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This state of the art, electronically heat traced combination shower and eye/face wash is engineered to weather the coldest of temperatures while offering the highest level of reliability and safety. The unit is insulated and thermostatically-controlled by a self-regulating heat tracing cable that shuts off when ambient temperature reaches 55 degrees F. Independent lab testing has certified the unit will function in temperatures as low as -49°F/-45°C, which is one of the lowest operating temperatures available in the industry.

A freeze proof valve is standard to prevent damage to the unit if there is a loss of power in freezing conditions, ensuring that, like all Potter Roemer Safety products, units work the first time, every time. The model is wired to meet Class 1, Division 2 hazardous atmosphere conditions, and designed so that it can be installed either top supply or bottom supply in the field. High-visibility yellow powder coating, extensive pre-assembly, and durable stainless components are some of the high-quality standards customers can expect from a company with over 50 years of experience in safety.

About Acorn Engineering

Potter Roemer Safety is a division of Acorn Engineering Company, one of 12 divisions that produces tainless steel plumbing products for institutional, commercial, and industrial markets, with a history of quality since 1954. Specifiers are able to go to one source to individually specify the highest-standard product for a variety of applications, including correctional facilities, learning institutions, healthcare facilities, and many commercial environments. Acorn’s entire line is made from 80 percent recycled stainless steel, a sustainable material which and is made with respect to water conservation and energy efficiency. In this way, Acorn allows for a “whole building” approach to commercial sustainability, which is eco-friendly as well as economically beneficial.


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