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Manganese Metal Company recommends the use of Diphoterine

Manganese Metal Company (MMC) recommends Diphoterine®

MSDS now featuring Diphoterine® Manganese Metal Company (MMC) now recommends the use of Diphoterine® Solution as a first-aid measure for the use of their Electrolytic Manganese Metal Flakes for both skin and eye contact. Download the full MSDS sheet by clicking on the below image. You will find mention of Diphoterine® Solution on page 2…

limited impact of water on chemical splahes

Water has its limitations!

The Solution to Emergency Chemical Splash Treatment has arrived Enhance your company’s Chemical Accident Response Management program while safeguarding your employee’s well-being by using the next-generation chemical splash treatment:  Diphoterine® Solution.   “History has shown that the traditional use of water as a means of emergency decontamination, whilst beneficial, has its serious limitations. Chemical burns,…

Initial Management of Ocular Chemical Burns

Research Report submitted to the Faculty of Heath Science, University of Witwatersrand Bayanda Nothemba Mbamisa has done research on “The initial management of ocular chemical burns in an academic hospital” as part of her degree of Master of Medicine in Opthalmology. Study aim: to assess the role of pH measurement and the need for neutralising agents…

Ocular Burns

Ocular burns The University of Witwatersrand has done a study on various eye injuries in the workplace with particular reference to chemical ocular burns and the use of Diphoterine®. “Chemical or thermal burns need immediate attention and are true emergencies as the damage can be ongoing. Alkalis penetrate faster and deeper than acids but both…