GERMICIDAL SAFETY SHEET
PLEASE READ BEFORE USING LAMP
DANGER: These lamps emit ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION (UVC). Avoid exposure. Ultraviolet radiation is harmful to the skin and the eyes and can cause serious skin burns and eye injury either from direct or reflected radiation. To reduce the risk of personal injury, install only in a fixture which provides adequate protection to area occupants.
This lamp SHOULD NOT BE USED FOR ILLUMINATION PURPOSES.
Consult the fixture manufacturer regarding the suitability of the fixture for this lamp. Operate with proper auxilliary equipment. Turn off lamps before installing, replacing, cleaning or performing any maintenance work near the fixtures.
Do not operated under these lamps without personal protective equipment goggles, glove, skin protection!
Hand and eye protection should be worn at all times when light is burning.
Eye protection must be used when working with short-wave , mid-wave and long-time exposure to longwave UV light sources. Damage to the eyes occurs from exposure to the shorter wavelengths of ultraviolet, known as UV-B (280-315nm) and UV-C (280nm and below). Damage occurs here in the form of photokeratitis (inflammation of the cornea), conjunctivitis, inflammation of the conjunctiva and retinal lesions. The first two being colloquially known as "welder's flash" and "snow blindness."
We recommend recycling as your disposal method.