Immediate use in all circumstances
Only Class 2a medical devices or higher are designed to be used on damaged eyes or skin.
The clinical and toxicological studies of Diphoterine® solution allowed this classification to be obtained. In case of a splash, you can use Diphoterine® solution without having to check whether the eye or skin is still in good condition, saving precious time for first aid and guaranteeing effectiveness. Diphoterine® solution can be used by anyone at any time.
How does it work?
The physical and chemical properties of Diphoterine® solution allow mobile packaging for rinsing in the event of chemical splash on humans in any situation.
Four characteristics give it its activity on chemical splashes:
- Diphoterine® solution is versatile
- Diphoterine® solution is liquid
- Diphoterine® solution limits the chemical’s penetration
- Diphoterine® solution stops the chemical’s aggressiveness