HEVL

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HEVLHigh-Energy Visible Light (blue/violet light)
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High-energy visible light, particularly blue light with a wavelength from 450 to 495 nm, is known to damage the retina and contribute to the development of age-related macular degeneration and retinitis pigmentosa.
The basecoat and primer layers are especially critical for protection against low-energy UV light and high-energy visible light where the clearcoat's UV absorber cannot function.
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