1. Lamps – division into types depending on what light source is needed for a particular purpose, lamps are divided into halogen, fluorescent, LED, metal halide, incandescent lamps (infrared, mirror) and xenon. Filed under: dry harbor rehabilitation Center. Halogen lamps have higher light output and, for example, are highly luminescent efficiency, and are 8-15 times longer than incandescent bulbs. 2. Metal halide lamps today use metal halide lamps is the most practical: they are economically viable, have high luminous efficiency, low heat radiation and long service life.
In addition, metal halide lamps have a high color, through which increases the attractiveness of richness of color and the illuminated object. 3. Halogen lamps during the life of halogen lamps, they provide a bright, juicy, light, high luminous returns, and hence increased profitability. In addition, at a reduced size, halogen lamps have a longer life, which is two times more than standard incandescent bulbs. 4. Lamps halogen-tungsten loop Unlike ordinary incandescent bulbs, halogen bulbs today do not lose brightness due to the addition of the gas-filler halogen.
In this series of halogens combine with evaporated tungsten and when the compound is near a hot coil, tungsten re-deposited on the spiral, and the released halogens returning to the cycle. 5. Xenon lamps similar to halogen bulbs have xenon base GU5.3 and GU 4, but different in that instead of halogen in the bulb xenon gas pumped and is more durable filament. Xenon does not interact with the thread, so the lamp is more than 10 000 hours and provides a 2-fold greater brightness. 6. Compact fluorescent lamps lighting the most modern product industries are compact fluorescent lamps having a different range of light output – a soft white, daylight and cool white light. With the same brightness of light as incandescent bulbs, they consume 5 times less electricity and they need to be changed only once in 4-8 years. 7. Energy-saving lamps for more energy savings can be used energy-saving bulbs, which consume up to 8 times less electricity than incandescent bulbs. These lamps are different capacity, size, shape, performance, caps and characteristics of light. 8. How safe fluorescent lamps? It is known that the spectrum of fluorescent lamps have a small fraction of the near ultraviolet, which can lead to diseases of the skin. But the impact of fluorescent light is much smaller than sun, so it's safe to say that fluorescent lamps do not harm health. 9. Lamps mirror type infrared bulbs mirror type – a high-quality teploobluchateli, which combine heat and lighting effects. Internal reflector focuses the radiation to a high-intensity lamps themselves and economical due to its high durability (5000 h) and low cost. 10. Mirror Lamp – A combination of areas of thermal and lighting effects reflector lamps are used in many areas. They are suitable for lighting and heating plant for the drying of lacquers and paints, for pasteurization food, as additional illumination, for therapeutic purposes.