When someone needs a lower wattage in a smaller flood light, then you might need
something like this one. The 30 watt version of the R20 has been used in a wide variety of applications
including areas like track lights, eyeball fixtures or in elevators. They
also have been used in sign lighting and scoreboards in some places and it makes
sense where changing the bulb would be hard to do. People have always wanted light bulbs to last longer and not have to
change them so often, that's why we offer 30R20 floods in a 10,000 hour average
rated life. These are the R20 size bulbs which you might be familiar with,
the ones you've probably bought for years in hardware stores and are 2 1/2
inches inches across the face. These 30 watt versions are probably the
most common of any wattage, but there are some other choices now as well
including more energy efficient compact fluorescent. For most people, the
low cost and extended life makes these a real winner in places where it isn't
convenient to change bulbs as often. There are also versions that have a teflon coating or a silicone coating which will prevent shattering and breakage.
Incandescent lamps are the type that were developed earliest of any of the other
kinds and some of these progressed into what we know as 30R20 long life flood light bulbs.
The long life version are the same physical size
as other flood lamps but have multiple filament supports that protect
against vibration and rough use. If you're a commercial user, then R20 floods would be a great choice for many of the applications
you have today. Large commercial buildings are still a major user of this
lamp where the labor to change out bulbs can get quite expensive. The
savings in this case can be quite extensive resulting in a quick payback on the
higher cost of these bulbs. If you have incandescent lamps anywhere in
your building, they can be susceptible to vibration in elevators, slamming doors or machines being turned on and off.
In fact, one of the most common applications in a building is the elevator
ceiling, you'll see them many times there and so you can see why vibration
resistance would be essential. Another savings to keep in mind, is that
your maintenance people won't be changing bulbs as often, that means a labor
savings as well. With added labor savings, your people can take care of
more pressing issues rather than a light bulb going out.
If you've decided on eLightBulbs.com, you've made an excellent choice for a
wide variety of lamps. From your commercial building to industrial lighting, you will most likely find these
30R20 long life
flood light bulbs
in service. It's easy to buy light bulbs online from our store and
you will get them in a few days shipped from our warehouse in Minnesota. Remember that there are many types of bulbs, we describe just
some of the most common used in retail and commercial building lighting here. Whatever
type you choose, you will be getting the highest quality and the most
light you can for your money. If you need help identifying a bulb,
our customer service representatives can help you determine what you have.