What We Offer:
We offer light bulbs that meet the growing global demand for energy efficient and reliable illumination in a variety of applications. We supply light bulbs that include LEDs, halogen, fluorescent, and more. Beyond familiar incandescent bulbs and energy efficient light bulbs we distribute are in an extensive variety from the world’s leading light bulb and lamp manufacturers, including CML, Eiko, Osram Sylvania, GE, Philips, Ushio, Bayco and others.
Our company is a New York based supplier of light bulbs, lamps, and other light solutions for aviation, automotive, industrial, marine, medical, transportation, household, commercial, energy, and other environments. As a wholesale distributor, we work with companies worldwide to deliver the very best in modern light solutions.
Sales Office: 800-331-BULB
Hours of Operation: Monday thru Friday, 8am to 5pm, EST
Why Buy From Us:
Established over thirty years ago, we became the globally recognized and reputable distributor that it is thanks to honesty, commitment and perseverance in customer service and business management. This approach helped forge lasting partnerships with leading light manufacturers and the industries that rely on their products each and every day. A superior level of service and knowledgeably, as well as an comprehensive range of light products and accessories, offered at highly competitive prices, is why our customers continue choose us for their light bulbs, lamps, accessories, and components.
How to Purchase:
Send us your light bulb specification and/or light application details by contacting us using the form on our website. You can also call us directly and one of our experienced associates will answer your questions and guide you through the purchasing process.
Types Of Light Bulbs
When most people hear the term light bulb, the familiar luminous light bulb first comes to mind. However, light bulbs are available in numerous styles. Some of the most widely uses of light bulbs today are compact fluorescent, fluorescent, LEDs (light-emitting diodes), halogens, mercury vapor, energy efficient and ultra violet. Different types of light bulbs can emit different qualities of light through varied electrical and chemical processes.
Light Bulbs Facts
The light bulb has was invented in the 19th century and since their wide spread use, they have changed the way humans live and created our electrical infrastructure. Based upon their format and type, light bulbs create light with one of several energy means, whether why sending electricity to a filament or via a gaseous or chemical reaction. Today this can be with a variety of efficient lights.
CFL Light Bulbs
Companies regularly rely on Specialty Bulb Co. Inc. for all of their CFL light bulb needs. This light produces light with greater efficiency than incandescent light bulbs. They also last considerably longer and can be replace luminous lights in most uses. Unlike a regular fluorescent light bulbs, these fluorescents run fairly quiet and offer varied qualities of light, including warmer, natural, and color corrected tones. CFL light bulbs are easily identified as tubular structures, whether coiled or looped, although they are now widely available in tradition bulb shaped casing.
LED Light Bulbs
Also supplied by Specialty Bulb Co. Inc, LED light bulbs are a highly efficient, long lasting technology. An LED, or light-emitting diode, bulb is typically much smaller than a traditional light bulb and is mostly used to provide focused, directional light, rather than diffused lighting.
LED light bulbs come in a wide range of colors, and are useful in many industrial electronic and appliance environments as indicator or display lights. A LED light can also be created in a variety of shapes as an alternative to the traditional bulb form. They can even be clustered together for use in more conventional lighting applications.
Halogen Light Bulbs
Halogen light bulbs or halogen lamps are supplied by Specialty Bulb Co. Inc. for many uses that need high luminosity from a compact bulb. A Halogen light operates at a considerably higher temperature than CFLs, LEDs, and incandescent. They deliver brilliant light that’s similar to natural sunlight. They are long lasting and are most commonly used in appliances like projectors, ovens, stage lighting, and in compact optical systems.