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P5D07 Holmium Filter

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ST. PAUL, Minn., Dec. 20, 2012 — A new anti-fog innovation scientifically created for holmium laser operators has been introduced by Laservision USA. The holmium filter protects the eyes of the operator against harmful radiation and keeps the laser environment compliant with OSHA and ANSI Z136.3 standards.

The P5D07 polycarbonate filter provides good distortion-free image quality, allowing the user to see objects clearly. The clear anti-fog polycarbonate VLT shield technology and panoramic frame options add to overall visibility.

The filter fits over prescription eyewear and provides a broad field of view.
Dec 2012

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