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Haws Launches AXION AdvantageTM System to Upgrade Emergency Eyewashes and Showerheads

September 18, 2013

Health & Safety

SPARKS, NEVADA, USA (Press Release, September 17, 2013)

Haws Corporation has launched a medically superior eyewash and shower system kit to modify outdated Haws and ineffective competitive units thereby improving their functionality with the advanced AXION MSR technology. AXION Advantage gives safety decision-makers the ability to enhance their existing emergency equipment to the best-in-class while continuing existing ANSI compliance*.

The innovative Advantage system includes multiple fitting options to transform existing eyewash and combination eyewash and shower units to AXION MSR, as well as supplemental information to aid with ANSI Z358.1-2009 Standard compliance. These unique systems convert 80% of emergency eyewash and shower products manufactured by Acorn®, Bradley®, Encon®, Guardian®, and Speakman® to the only medically consistent solution – AXION.

Haws is featuring this new product as well as other innovative offerings at the National Safety Council, Booth #3317, September 30 – October 2 in Chicago, IL.

For more information, visit www.AxionAdvantage.com.


AXION’s revolutionary inverted water flow design sweeps contaminants away from the interior of the eye and the vulnerable nasal cavity, making it the only eye/face system that is consistent with standard medical protocols and natural function of the human eye.


About Haws Corporation®

For more than 100 years, Haws has been committed to bringing the highest quality water delivery and emergency equipment to customers across a wide variety of industries. Haws continues to provide solutions that help keep people hydrated and safe through an unrelenting focus on service and innovation. Headquartered in Sparks, Nevada, USA, Haws is globally represented with locations in Switzerland, Singapore and Brazil.

Contact Information

Kathryn Hess,

Marketing Communications, 775.353.8390, KathrynH@hawsco.com


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