lamp bulb

lamp bulb

The glass envelope enclosing the luminous element or material of an electric lamp; usually made of glass, quartz, or similar material; its shape usually is designated by a letter (e.g., T–tubular, G–globe, etc.), followed by a number which indicates the maximum diameter of the bulb in eighths of an inch.
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Surely even the most intellectually challenged person will recognise it is far cheaper to power a five-watt LED lamp bulb than, say, a 3000-watt electric fire for the same period of use.
Surely even the most neuron challenged person will recognise that it is far cheaper to power a 5 watt LED lamp bulb than say, a 3000 watt electric fire - to be sure, for the same period of use as the electric fire you could power 600 LED lamp bulbs for the same cost - it's not rocket science, so who needs a Smart Meter?
The audience on this historic opening night were astounded as impresario Richard D'Oyly Carte demonstrated the safety of the incandescent electric lamps by smashing a lighted lamp bulb into a piece of muslin, extinguishing the light but causing no damage.
Also, put a drop or two of any naturallyscented oil on to a cool, unplugged lamp bulb.
There are no filters, just the lamp bulb to change once a year, which makes this system very low-maintenance.
In a report presented to the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, Mazda said it is recalling 25,609 MPV station wagons, manufactured between March 2002 and January this year, as a front fog lamp bulb socket could fall off and cause a fire.
You can help a sore throat or emotional blockage by wearing the correct coloured neck scarf and you can even help with studying by changing your desk lamp bulb to yellow.
when clothing the man set to dry over a bare halogen lamp bulb caught fire.
Leaving a gap of five inches to allow the heat from the lamp bulb to escape, wrap a piece of material round the top of the lamp, just below the three spirals, to cover the binding wire, and stitch in place.
Surely even the most neuronchallenged person will recognise that it is far cheaper to power a five-watt LED lamp bulb than, say, a 3000-watt electric fire - to be sure, for the same period of use as the electric fire you could power 600 LED lamp bulbs for the same cost - it's not rocket science, so who needs a Smart Meter?