Why should you keep a variety of rinsing solutions to address a chemical accident?
Easily transported and identifiable, the case on wheels allows full body rinsing for a worker following a chemical accident involving a chemical product. With several different containers of Diphoterine® solution, including a DAP (5 litres), an LPMD eyewash (500 ml), and a mini DAP aerosol (200 ml) to wash a hand or a face.
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
o A portable shower (DAP 5 litres) for full body rinsing
o Two 500 ml bottles (LPMD) of Diphoterine® solution intended for eye rinsing
o One 200 ml MINI DAP of Diphoterine® solution to decontaminate small splashes to the skin (equivalent to …) face or arm)
o One bottle of Afterwash II® solution: isotonic solution to be used after rinsing with Diphoterine® – Hexafluorine® solution to return to physiological osmotic pressure or for rinsing in the event of a non-chemical foreign body
• Class 2A medical device
• Complies with standard EN 15154-3 and EN 15154-4
• CE marking compliance
• Available in fixed and heated version