Eyewash stations and emergency showers are used to flush chemicals from the body. Shower and eyewash stations must be connected to a potable water source or contain their own fluid. Emergency showers are designed to pour water over the entire body and deliver around 20 gallons per minute to quickly wash away hazardous substances. They are activated with an easy pull of a handle. Eyewash stations deliver flushing fluid to both eyes at once. Flow switch alarm systems automatically provide audible and visual alerts when the shower is in use.