Light Fixtures. Monday , April 16th , 2018 - 07:41:16 AM
For example a halogen bulb should always be housed in an enclosed lighting fixture to avoid the dangerous consequences of a burst halogen bulb. The fixture has to be evaluated on various other parameters like what type of task it is chosen for what is the kind of light distribution can be expected from it(given its shades shape color etc.) how does it effect the efficiency of the bulb and what kind of color distribution does it render. Hence choosing a lighting fixture purely on aesthetic criteria is not a judicious decision.
If the fixture includes glass shades or crystals inspect these items for cracks chips and other damage. However keep in mind that in some instances you may be able to repair or replace the damaged portion. A missing crystal teardrop from an antique chandelier can often easily be replaced with a little bit of shopping around for the right piece. Finally dont forget that the electrical wiring of a piece can be replaced to ensure the fixture is safe for reuse.
On the other hand halogen bulbs produce a clean bright white and typically uses less wattage to produce the same amount of light. Regardless of the wattage the main difference between these two bulbs is that one produces a warm tone while the other produces a cooler tone.
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