What is it? 
Dithiodimorpholine is used as an accelerator and vulcanizing agent used in rubber products. 

How can I avoid it? 
Avoidance requires reading the product labels, package inserts, Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), and on occasion, direct communication with the manufacturer. 

Uses
• Used in the production of
  • tire m butyl inner tube of tire
  • rubber belt
  • anti-heat rubber products
  • pitch stabilizer on expressways
  • shoes 
  • gloves 
  • sponges 
• It has been approved by the FDA as safe for use in rubber articles intended for repeated or continuous contact with food. 
• Pharnaceuticals
  • Local anesthetics
  • Antibiotics 
• Protects metals against corrosion and tarnish against acid fumes 
• Personal care products
  • hair conditioner m deodorant products
  • hair dyes 
• Blue print color 

Other names for Dithiodimorpholine
• DTDM 
• Sulfasan R 
• 4,4’-Dithiomorpholine 
• 4,4’-Dithiobis(morpholone) 
• N,N’-Dithiodimorpholine • Accel R 
• Bismorpholino disulfide

How safe is it?

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