Fluorescent light bulbs – Fluorescent bulbs are an energy efficient alternative to traditional halogen bulbs, with the ability to save more than 450 pounds of CO2 emissions per bulb, according to The House Energy website. Manufacturers make several different types of fluorescent lamps, with each type best suited for a certain type of stand or lighting application.
Some of the most energy-efficient fluorescent light bulbs are fluorescent. These lamps have the form of a long, cylindrical tube with connectors at either end. These are common in workshops, offices and classrooms. They are extremely long service life and use very little energy, but the quality of the light they produce can be harsh and is not suitable for the home.
A line fluorescent tube may at first look like a halogen bulb. But instead of a filament inside the glass house, they feature a mini-spiral in a rounded, traditional type bulb. This allows them to fit into most lamps and household fixtures. The outer glass shell also can be tinted to produce light with a warmer quality closer to affect halogen and incandescent bulbs create. A-lines, along with other fluorescent light bulbs having an outer glass shell, known as covered bulbs