A Comprehensive Range of Incandescent Light Bulbs including 66no. different wattages and a number of finishes including Amber, Blacklight 350, Blue, Clear, Daylight, Daylight Blue, Diffused, Frosted, Green, Growlux, Lilac, Opal, Peach, Pearl, Pink, Purple, Red, Soft Beige, Translucent Red, Warm White, White and Yellow.
Caps; LES (Lilliput Edison Screw), MES (Miniature Edison Screw), SES (Small Edison Screw), ES (Edsion Screw), GES (Giant Edison Screw), MBC (Miniature Bayonet cap), SBC (Small Bayonet Cap), BC (Bayonet Cap), 3 Pin BC (Bayonet Cap), E12, E17, Ba20d, Bx22d, Festoon Base, G4, G6.35/GY6.35, GX5.3/GU5.3, P13.55, R10, S12 Double, S14s Double, S14d Single, S15, S.5.5, S7, S8, T-Click, Wedge base and X514.
Shapes; Candle, Capsule, Globe, Golfball, Miniature, Mushroom, Pygmy, Reflector/Spotlight, Squirrel Cage, Standard GLS, Striplight and Tubular.
Applications for Incandescent Lamps are many and varied (depending on the lamp); Concealed Lighting, Pelmet/Undershelf Lighting, Decorative Lighting, General Domestic/Commercial/Industrial Lighting, Daylight Simulation, Caravan and Boat Lighting, Electric Fires, Entertainment and Theatrical Production Lighting, Ovens, Appliances, Picture Lights, Nightlights, Globes, Striplights, Antique/Period Style Fixtures, Spotlights/Downlights, Food Warming, Process Heating, Animal Rearing, Paint Drying and Garden Lights.
The incandescent lamp is a source of artificial light that works when an electrical current passes through a thin filament, heating it until it produces light. The enclosing glass bulb prevents the oxygen in air from reaching the hot filament, which otherwise would be destroyed rapidly by oxidation.