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Fluorescent Tubes

If you are searching for replacement fluorescent tubes for an existing fitting you are sure to find it right here. We stock a full and diverse range of standard, specialist and unusual lengths in a vast choice of wattages, lengths, colour temperatures, cap/base types and sizes. Lamp types include T2 (7mm diameter), T4 (12mm), T5 (15mm), T8 (25mm) and T12 (38mm) versions; wattages range from 4 Watts to 140 Watts; lengths start at 200mm increasing to 1800mm. Colour temperatures include warm to cool white, through to blacklight blue, ultra-violet and even American daylight. We supply germicidal, aquarium, multiphosphor, photographic and industrial processing lamps.

Most people think of general illumination in schools, factories and offices when asked where fluorescent tubes are fitted; this is far from the case. So if you are seeking a replacement however standard or unusual we will be able to supply it for you. The fluorescent light source is not only incredibly versatile but energy efficient too.  Operational costs are up to two thirds less than for standard lamps, whilst providing the same brightness, whilst the lamp life of a fluorescent ranges between 8,000 and 20,000 hours depending on the lamp.

Are Fluorescent Tubes Energy Efficient

Fluorescent Tubes, also known as Fluorescent Tube Lights, have been installed in domestic and commercial applications for 50 years or more. With the evolution of energy-saving and LED lamps and energy-saving products, it is sometimes unknown how energy-efficient Fluorescent Tubes are. If a fluorescent tube and incandescent light bulb produce the same amount of light, their wattages will be the same, showing how much energy it takes to make the same amount of light. For lumen output in the 500 range, it takes about 55 watts for an incandescent bulb to operate, while it takes only 10 watts for a fluorescent tube to give the same output. 75-watt energy use on an incandescent light bulb would only need approximately 12 watts on a fluorescent tube light.