So far the ones I've seen don't have warnings like that. I can't answer your question, but I wonder if it gives off some kind UV rays (like sunlight), so maybe that's what it means?
I think the only thing you can do is test it to see if it will expose the screen.
I'm going to post another lightbulb question here...
There are so many kinds of bulbs. Incandescent, halogen, fluorescent. Does it matter? Which is better?
I bought a halogen 150 Watts.
I haven't found a lamp that is for a 150 watt bulb. I've only seen really tall lamps for that, but they are way too expensive (and also too tall for screen printing).
I was told a reflector
is good to have to spread out the light. All the reflectors I've found at the store are less than 150 watts. Is a floodlight the same as a reflector?
Not really sure how to solve my problem
I did find a reflector with no recommended wattage and bulb type.
This is what the reflector lamp says:
5 1/2-in. reflector. On/off switch. 1.85-m. cord. (Lightbulb not included.) Black.
So I am thinking I could just put my halogen bulb in that.