General technical Information
the construction of a lamp - page 2 of 3
|The correct annealing prevents the sagging of the filament, filament deformations or premature filament breakage.|
Molybdenum is used for the support - if applicable - and as a mandrel when winding the filaments.
Oshino Lamps subminiature lamps are belonging to the "T" category. The letter "T" (tubular) describes a tubular glass bulb, whereas "G" would stand for a global glass bulb. The number behind the "T" indicates the diameter in 1/8 inch steps (T1 = 1/8 inch = 3.175 mm).
Oshino Lamps is using the bead seal melting method for lamp manufacturing which is superior to other methods such as butt sealing.
The advantages of the bead seal production method are:
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