CFL Pin Based Light Bulbs - Base Categories
If you’re looking for a secure, energy efficient lighting solution for a business, school, or other specialized building, you might need to look at pin-based CFL bulbs. Like all fluorescent lamps, pin-based options offer a low operating cost when used in fixtures that are on for extended periods of time and are well ventilated.
Benefits of CFL Pin-Based Bulbs
There are several benefits that come with using pin-based CFL bulbs:
- Long Life - Average 6,000 - 10,000 hours of operating life.
- High Efficacy - the ratio of light output compared to the energy consumed.
- Low Power Demand - decrease your energy bills.
- High Security - diminish theft rate due to the unique, pin-base design.
Finding the Right CFL Bulb
Batteries Plus Bulbs carries a variety of pin-based CFLs, so you’re sure to find a replacement that fits your needs. When looking for a new bulb, there are a few things you should consider:
- What color temperature do you need?
- Which style will fit with your fixture?
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CFL Bulbs for Business
Many business owners have turned to CFL bulbs to cut down on their electricity bill. Visit your local Batteries Plus Bulbs location and talk to one of our associates about how much money you could save by switching your office’s incandescent bulbs to CFL.
Batteries Plus Bulbs also makes it easy for businesses to upgrade their lights. We’ve got drop ship capabilities, a wide variety of products, volume discounts, and multiple order and payment options. When the lights start to go out in your office, remember that you can TRUST THE PLUS.
Recycling CFL Pin-Based Light Bulbs
CFL bulbs contain mercury, which means that care needs to be taken when disposing of them. You cannot throw a pin-based CFL in the trash. Instead, bring it to your local Batteries Plus Bulbs store and let us recycle it for you. We’re proud to be an industry leader in recycling spent bulbs, so each of our stores doubles as a drop-off location for recycling old lights. Contact us or visit your nearest store for complete information on local and state recycling.