Tungsten Halogen Incandescent Lamps

Tungsten Lamps When a lamp burns, tungsten from the filament evaporates Incandescent Lamps With incandescent lamps, these particles are deposited on the inside walls of the bulb envelope, blackening them and reducing the lumen output. Tungsten Halogen Lamps In tungsten halogen lamps, bromine gas (a member of the halogen family, therefore the name tungsten halogen) is contained within the bulb When halogen atoms from the filament combine with the bromine vapor, tungsten bromide is formed which will not adhere to the hot bulb envelope. Tungsten Halogen lamps are much smaller in diameter than incandescent, causing the bulb wall to maintain a temperature higher than 250 degrees centigrade while

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