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The Benefits of Halogen Light Bulbs PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 30 June 2010 05:31
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So much emphasis on "going green" these days, lighting is one of the most commonly mentioned areas "of interest. Fluorescent lamps are increasingly popular, their prices are gradually Marked Down and finally, the good old days incandescent bulb will probably be the same fate as the vinyl record. Goal What halogen bulbs?

Although not as profitable as fluorescent lamps, halogen lamps do not find their place in the world. Here, we take a look at some of the sacrifice of the benefits of halogen bulbs.

Survival - halogen bulbs are made with a much stronger than the glass used to make incandescent bulbs. Requires A halogen filament burns stronger because of hot glass ITS more interior incandescent bulbs because the goal is very carefully controlled environment, the last bulb than traditional bulbs.

Better lighting - halogen lamps, because they burn so hot, is one of the brightest bulbs available.

Efficient - efficiency and halogens are rarely mentioned in the award Sami, is in fact the year halogens are effectively light a wide area. It is an effective alternative energy even more if you use standard IR halogen bulb. This is especially a halogen bulb because the characteristics of a filter which reflects infrared light. A 60-watt halogen bulb can produce infrared light comparable to a gold medal in 90-watt halogen traditional incandescent 120 watts.

Scalable - Halogen bulbs, fluorescent most unpleasant energy saving light bulbs are dimmable. This allows you freedom to create different atmospheres and environments not possible with fluorescent lighting.

Compact Size - Halogens come in a variety of sizes and shapes that makes them a great choice for the track, recessed, and outdoor lighting.

Although this article are halogen bulbs that tests have a good choice for a variety MONSTER lighting solutions, it should be noted that free-standing lamps, halogen lamps are not recommended. These lights are easily large overturned and have a very high LET poses a fire hazard, especially when they are placed near curtains or other flammable materials.

 
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