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Bulbs: the power house of electricity and energy

Author: Alfred Baldwin
by Alfred Baldwin
Posted: Mar 03, 2016

The current era is the era of technical advancements, innovation and survival of the fittest. With the fierce competition in the world about everything from job to houses, from cars to branded clothes, from gadgets to Jewellery. How can the power industry lag behind? It is all about beautifying the houses and offices these days to make a lasting impression and reputation in society. Initially, people used to higher architects to get the best interiors for the house, but now even the minutes of details like which bulb should be used where and of which quality is also a big decision. The consumers can choose any types of bulbs from vintage bulbs to modern LED to give their house or office a unique style. The bulbs that are not just a means to illuminate life, rather a way to live with style.

The manufactured of the bulbs and tubes have flooded the market with variety of different types of bulbs including:

  • Energy saving bulbs: Electricity is definitely a non- renewable source and with the increase in usage of electricity, it has become difficult to cater to the insatiable needs of the consumers. This is where energy saving bulbs fit in. These bulbs are made of argon gas and some amount of mercury and the reaction to it produces electrons and photons that gives power. It consumes less energy and burn less with a longer shelf life. Energy saving candle bulbs are one such example of bulbs that are high in demand, easy to maintain and stylish. These bulbs go with any type of interiors and the shape of the bulb compliments the theme of the architecture. These are also available in different colours.
  • Halogen bulbs: These bulbs produce ultraviolet light to infrared lights and are dimmable bulbs. The filament of these bulbs is made of Tungsten and the reaction of Tungsten and Halogen creates a reaction that strengthens the light produced by the reaction and it lasts longer than the normal incandescent bulbs.
  • Appliance bulbs: These are the bulbs used in the appliances like oven and are specially made to cater to the high temperatures of the electrical appliances. These can be round oven bulbs, cooker hood bulb and many more.
  • LED lights: LED bulbs are the bulbs of new generation and the unique feature of these bulbs are that it does not contain filament that needs to be heated in order to produce light. Hence, there is n danger of bursting or breakage of the bulb. LED Flood light bulbs are the most in demand these days as they are easy to install, do not rust, higher shelf life and consume less power. They are also affordable by anyone.
  • Vintage cage Edison bulbs: The bulbs that give ethnic and vintage feel of the house are made of filament and old style filament with warm light. These can be used in the main room or study to give the house a classic look.

About the Author:

The author of the article has an extensive knowledge in the field of LED Transformer and Candle Bulb.

About the Author

The author of the article has an extensive knowledge about the energy saving bulbs.

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Author: Alfred Baldwin

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