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Rough service light bulbs sometimes known as long life or vibration service lamps used in homes and businesses to save money.

For years, people have wanted light bulbs to last longer and take more punishment, that's why rough service light bulbs were developed. Common to almost every type of lighting application has been the standard rough or vibration service light bulbs. These are the standard size bulbs which you might be familiar with, the ones you've probably bought for years in hardware stores.  You might also know them as household light bulbs but with and improvement of greater construction.  The "A" shape was one of the first designs and continues to still be the one most people use.  They fit in almost any light fixture, but one of the most common places that it's used are in table lamps and sconce lighting.  It has a standard medium base and screws into sockets that are made for all kinds of US lighting.  Although it's popular and inexpensive, it's not always the proper light bulb to be using.  First of all, the rough service light bulbs have no light control associated with them, so it's important to select the right fixture.  If you desire greater light control, then perhaps you might need a incandescent flood light instead.  This will get you a directed beam of which is more controlled.  Fortunately, there are rough service light bulbs of a little in floodlight versions.  These give a directed spot of light in the area you want them to go, while still maintaining a very long life.

Incandescent lamps are the type that were developed earliest of any of the other kinds and these developed into what we know as the rough or vibration service.  There are several different varieties of these lamps in this shape which include long life bulbs, frosted, clear or floodlights.  It's a long history with this lamp and most of the improvements have come with longer life versions of these lamps.  The rough service light bulbs are the same physical size but have multiple filament supports that protect against vibration and rough use.  In fact, these are sometimes called long life light bulbs.  You might familiar with trouble lights in the automotive service industry, they usually use these longer life light bulbs because they won't go out all the time when roughly handled.

If you're a commercial user, then rough service light bulbs would be the best choice for many of the applications you have today.  If you have incandescent lamps anywhere in your building, they can be susceptible to vibration of slamming doors or machines being turned on and off.  The only way to increase your usable life of lamps like these, is to use these in areas where you might have problems.  Even if you don't have problems, who wants to be changing light bulbs so often?  These are also great lamps to be used in industrial situations on machines or in areas where manufacturing is going on.  These areas have a lot of vibration and so this lamp is an excellent choice to make your job easier and to save money over the long haul.  There are so many situations where these bulbs can be used because most people want their light bulbs to last longer.

If you've decided on eLightBulbs.com, you've made an excellent choice for good lighting and you're in good company. From your local retailer to finer homes to industrial lighting, you will most likely find these service light bulbs lighting your way. It's easy to order these from our online lighting 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 home and commercial 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.

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