Pac-Kit 3-Shelf Industrial First Aid StationItem#: HN-AUC021
- Complete 3-shelf industrial quality first aid station
- Durable steel case with wall mounting hangers and handle
- Treats burns, cuts, and other injuries
- Meets all required ANSI Z308.1-2009 requirements
- Case dimensions: 13.5L x 17.5W x 6H inches
(50) 1x3 Heavy woven fabric strips, (10) 2x3 Heavy woven x-large strips, (25) Heavy woven knuckle bandages, (25) Heavy woven fingertip bandages, Sterile 2-inch Gauze bandage, Sterile 4-inch Gauze bandage, (3) Gauze pad boxes, Herma seal trauma dressing w. gloves, Tri-cut adhesive tape, (2) 40-inch Triangular bandages, (100) Alcohol antiseptic wipes, (25) Bzk. Chloride antiseptic towelettes, (25) First aid/burn cream, (25) Triple antibiotic ointment, 4oz. eye flush, Eye cup, Eye pads, Eye strips, First aid burn spray, Antiseptic spray, Extra strength non-aspirin, (100) 3-inch Cotton tipped applicators, (2) Instant cold pack, 4ftx5yd elastic bandage, (10) Latex exam gloves, Metal scissors, Plastic forceps, First aid guide
The Pac-Kit 3-Shelf Industrial First Aid Station is a durable steel case with wall mounting slots and a convenient carrying handle. It comes equipped with a door pouch and bilingual re-order forms. All items included here meet the requirements set forth by ANSI Z308.1-2009 and there are additional supplies as well to prepare you for any emergency. Bandages, antiseptics, burn treatments, eye flush, tools, and more are all neatly organized within this 13.5L x 17.5W x 6H first aid station.
Pac-Kit is the first and oldest brand name of unitized first aid kits. The kits story begins in the late 1800s when The Burroughs Wellcome medical manufacturing company began packaging medications and dressings in small cases for use in the field. These medical kits were used by the likes of Admiral Peary and Theodore Roosevelt, and with such great men carrying this product the word of its quality spread fast. At the turn of the century, with the development of cars, trucks, railways, and telephones and telegraphs, Burroughs Wellcome was invited to a forum. The world was changing, medicine was changing, and a certain customer needed a mass production of standardized antiseptics, medications, and dressings. And so Burroughs Welcome created what would become the Pac-Kit. Of course, the Pac-Kit would later develop into its own company by the 1940s. When, in 1970s, the federal government expanded its role in the regulation of medical products, Pac-Kit was the advisor for the creation and implementation of the Quality Assurance program. Pac-Kit isn't just a brand, it's history.
Dimensions & Specifications
13.5L x 17.5W x 6H in.
Number of Pieces