What are Metal Halide Light Bulbs?
Metal halide is a type of light bulb that relies on the heating of a mixture of gases to provide light. Due to its high intensity discharge, the resulting light is incredibly bright, comparable to actual daylight.
Advantages of Metal Halide Lamps
Depending on their lighting needs, customers often turn to metal halide light bulbs for their advantages over halogen bulbs and other lighting sources. These advantages include:
- Excellent Light Quality– Metal halide bulbs give off a very pure white light that has both indoor and outdoor applications
- More Efficient Energy Usage – For the amount of light they provide, these bulbs are significantly more energy efficient than incandescent bulbs and other options.
- Longer Lifespan – These lights can last for upwards of 10,000 hours or more. Paired with their energy efficiency, this more than makes up for a higher initial investment.
A Wide Variety of Options
At Batteries Plus Bulbs we carry metal halide lamps in every burning position including universal, horizontal only, base up and base down. We also carry protected, pulse start and open rate metal halide lamps in all wattages from 50W to 1000W. Plus, we stock a full line of metal halide ballasts.
Business to Business
Whether you’re lighting up a gymnasium, football field, or warehouse, Batteries Plus Bulbs is your one-stop shop. We have business-to-business sales professionals ready to analyze and support all your lighting needs. When you’re ready to make a purchase, we’ve also got large inventories, broad assortments, and drop ship capabilities. You’ll be able to get everything you need, whether it’s a truckload, a case, or a single bulb. We also offer volume discount opportunities, business deliveries, and multiple order and payment options.
Metal Halide Light Bulbs Recycling
Looking for a drop off point for your spent bulbs and ballasts? Stop by your nearest store! Helping you dispose of spent light bulbs is just one of the things that make us an industry leader in recycling spent light bulbs. If you’d like to learn more, read about our light bulb recycling programs or stop by your local Batteries Plus Bulbs and ask an associate about recycling practices in your area.