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Thinnest phosphor ever seen in an American fluorescent lampsilverliner03/24/19 at 00:39Medved: [quote author=suzukir122 link=#msg500874 date=Mar ... Thinnest phosphor ever seen in an American fluorescent lampsilverliner03/23/19 at 23:54d3anio97: short wave (UV C) cannot pass through regular soda... Thinnest phosphor ever seen in an American fluorescent lampsilverliner03/23/19 at 23:51d3anio97: Not really. The "filaments" at either en... Thinnest phosphor ever seen in an American fluorescent lampsilverliner03/23/19 at 23:35d3anio97: long wave ultraviolet (UV A and B) can pass throug... Thinnest phosphor ever seen in an American fluorescent lampsilverliner03/23/19 at 20:23ace100w120v: Knowing GE, could these be Sylvania-made?
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Thinnest phosphor ever seen in an American fluorescent lampsilverliner03/23/19 at 20:17BlueHalide: I have three Sylvania F32T8 "5000K" lamp... Thinnest phosphor ever seen in an American fluorescent lampsilverliner03/23/19 at 19:31CEB1993: I remember seeing a clear Sylvania T12 in one of m... Thinnest phosphor ever seen in an American fluorescent lampsilverliner03/23/19 at 19:25suzukir122: @Xmaslightguy, I'd rather have one (or two) fo... Thinnest phosphor ever seen in an American fluorescent lampsilverliner03/23/19 at 19:15xmaslightguy: I'd like to have a EOL one of the lamps in thi... Thinnest phosphor ever seen in an American fluorescent lampsilverliner03/23/19 at 19:11xmaslightguy: Yep, that's exactly it.
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Thinnest phosphor ever seen in an American fluorescent lampsilverliner03/23/19 at 17:27suzukir122: UV rays can definitely pass through glass, but I&#... Thinnest phosphor ever seen in an American fluorescent lampsilverliner03/23/19 at 16:37streetlight98: The UV rays cannot pass through glass. Thinnest phosphor ever seen in an American fluorescent lampsilverliner03/23/19 at 14:59CEB1993: I had no idea fluorescent tubes could work with su... Thinnest phosphor ever seen in an American fluorescent lampsilverliner03/23/19 at 14:56Lightingguy1994: **Re written my reply for simplicity**

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Thinnest phosphor ever seen in an American fluorescent lampsilverliner03/23/19 at 14:56Daniel f: Hi . I do not understand a lot of fluorescents. bu...
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Thinnest phosphor ever seen in an American fluorescent lampsilverliner03/23/19 at 14:46ace100w120v: The F34/DX would be interesting to have... Thinnest phosphor ever seen in an American fluorescent lampsilverliner03/23/19 at 14:42Powergroove: I am converting a 4 lamp F17T8 to F20T12. I'm ... Thinnest phosphor ever seen in an American fluorescent lampsilverliner03/23/19 at 14:15silverliner: Sylvania Premium CW and WW F40T12s are 3000 lumens... Thinnest phosphor ever seen in an American fluorescent lampsilverliner03/23/19 at 13:03Lightingguy1994: The GE F40s seem to have little mercury in them, e... Thinnest phosphor ever seen in an American fluorescent lampsilverliner03/23/19 at 12:59ace100w120v: Pretty lame at 1800 lumens! The GE F40s are curren...
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Thinnest phosphor ever seen in an American fluorescent lampsilverliner03/23/19 at 09:58Lightingguy1994: It seems to me philips is the last one to hold ont... Thinnest phosphor ever seen in an American fluorescent lampsilverliner03/23/19 at 09:31Powergroove: Hows this for a sales pitch?

Our new T12 lamp m...
Thinnest phosphor ever seen in an American fluorescent lampsilverliner03/23/19 at 08:11Binarix128: Bad quality product Thinnest phosphor ever seen in an American fluorescent lampsilverliner03/23/19 at 04:33streetlight98: I feel that it is true though. When new tech comes... Thinnest phosphor ever seen in an American fluorescent lampsilverliner03/22/19 at 07:23rjluna2: That is an interesting conspiracy theory, Lumex120...
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Thinnest phosphor ever seen in an American fluorescent lampsilverliner03/22/19 at 06:56Lumex120: This is definitely a result of LED. Everytime a ne... Thinnest phosphor ever seen in an American fluorescent lampsilverliner03/22/19 at 06:01suzukir122: I wonder if LED production could play a role in th... Thinnest phosphor ever seen in an American fluorescent lampsilverliner03/21/19 at 16:02Powergroove: Poor quality control is what this is, but then aga... Thinnest phosphor ever seen in an American fluorescent lampsilverliner03/20/19 at 11:47suzukir122: Oh yeah don't forget... these ends, if they re... Thinnest phosphor ever seen in an American fluorescent lampsilverliner03/20/19 at 11:19vytautas_lamps: I wouldn't care tbh. These look exotic af and ...
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