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Re: "Cool Green" fluorescent tubes & history « Reply #15 on: September 16, 2017, 02:37:07 PM » Author: Lodge
Yes, I have two from Semperlite and at least at the time they were distributing Sylvania lamps.

How is Semperlites shipping, do they pack them to survive international shipping ? because there prices seem pretty good and I can't find a CG light anywhere around here ..
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Re: "Cool Green" fluorescent tubes & history « Reply #16 on: September 18, 2017, 02:58:18 PM » Author: Patrick
Yeah, the lamps I got were well protected in a reinforced box.  It would have required excessively rough handling on the carrier's part in order to break them.  I've had good success with both Semperlite and lightbulbs.com.
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Re: "Cool Green" fluorescent tubes & history « Reply #17 on: September 18, 2017, 10:51:51 PM » Author: tolivac
Not a cool green flourescent-but a newly installed 400W probe start MH lamp installed in one of the high bay fixtures at work-gives a greenish cast-guess too much thallium iodide?It is an interesting appearence.Suppose this could be like one of those cool green flourescents-used to have a green flourescent bulb at one time.Think it got lost or broken during a move.
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Re: "Cool Green" fluorescent tubes & history « Reply #18 on: September 28, 2017, 07:35:27 PM » Author: takemorepills
Bought a couple of Sylvania F40T12CG from Semperlite. Really nice bulbs, and Semperlite sells them for a very fair price. Not sure why the LG community hasn't bought them all up yet?!
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