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fluorescent lamp
A low-pressure electric-discharge lamp; ultraviolet-light radiation is generated by the passage of an arc through mercury vapor; the inner surface of the lamp tube is coated with a phosphor which absorbs the ultraviolet and converts some of it into visible light.
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With the introduction of the new EcoCoat shatterproof fluorescent tubes, Greenstock now has two products for the shatterproof market.
It will be first on the market that reaches that level of efficiency and functions across a normal range of temperatures and is capable of consistently producing the same amount of warm white colored light as comparable fluorescent tubes.
In addition to providing an energy efficient alternative, unlike the fluorescent tubes they replace, the ilumisys MK1 tubes are mercury-free.
John travelled on an Arriva NE bus from Joy's house to Redcar town centre carrying the fluorescent tube in order to get a replacement.
At present the cost of one 40 watt fluorescent tube including fitting and ballast is about Rs.
The wider beam angle and glass diffuser increase a fixture's total light distribution while replicating a traditional fluorescent tube lighting effect.
To satisfy anticipated demand, Greenstock has built significant stocks of Aura fluorescent tubes at its head office warehouse in Lincoln which also means that it can service next day delivery where required.
Signs can be delivered with any standard fluorescent tube from any major supplier.
Operating at such low temperatures, the Aura Thermo long life fluorescent tube is ideal for many different applications such as in cold stores and freezers.
Apart from the obvious formal transformation from pink pigment to pink fluorescent tube, the reference to "icon" returns via the placement of the later work.

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