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New Screw-In Type Flourescent Bulb
"We think it marks the beginning of a new era in lower-cost lighting," says North American Phillips Lighting President Stephen Tumminello about the company's new screw-in type fluorescent light bulb.
It provides energy savings up to 70% over a conventional 60 watt bulb and lasts up to ten times longer, according to the manufacturer. The new-style bulb screws into standard light bulb sockets and is similar in size and shape to regular incandescent light bulbs.
North American already has 220-240 V screw-in fluorescent light bulbs on the market and plans to have similar 110-120V bulbs available this summer. Price of the 110-120V bulbs will be approximately $12. They're best suited where lighting is required for more than 10 hours daily, and in multiple-socket installations, according to the manufacturer.
For more details, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, North American Phillips Lighting Corp., Bank Street, Highstown, N.J. 08520 (ph 609 448-

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