FAQ – Does filtered Far UV-C Light cause retinal damage?
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Q: Does filtered Far UV-C Light cause retinal damage?

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Even at exposure levels 5 times above current safety guidelines, research on the 222nm wavelength has shown that filtered Far UV-C light does not penetrate the eye tissues to the depths associated with cataracts, photokeratitis, and other eye conditions.

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