Standard bulbs
A light bulb is an electric light source in which the glowing element is a filament made of tungsten, which is a hard-to-melt metal, heated by the current flow. In standard bulbs, the tungsten wire is placed in a glass bulb vacuum or filled with a mixture of noble gases. Low wattage bulbs are usually vacuum, while larger ones are filled with gas (aron, nitrogen, krypton and their mixtures) to improve their efficiency. Our offer includes e.g. shockproof bulbs, low-voltage bulbs and specialist lamps.