G.E. 4464G green 60 watt bulbs?????????

ryan

Member
May 20, 2010
2,996
Massillon, Ohio
Would there be any interest in Green 4464 bulbs? I may have a cpl produced to test and judge their effectiveness.


Pricing would be in the $28ea. range.
 

ryan

Member
May 20, 2010
2,996
Massillon, Ohio
Well it would be hard to mount a G.E. 4464G par 36 bulb where a par 46 bulb would fit. It's ok young grass hopper, you will catch onto bulb number ratings, bulb sizes and bulb placement sometime.
 

NPS Ranger

Member
May 21, 2010
1,990
Penn's Woods
Green and blue absorb the most heat from incandescent bulbs and those bulbs are HOT. My guess is the lacquer won't last very long before it flakes or fades.
 

dustymedic

Member
May 21, 2010
633
Columbus,OH
NPS Ranger said:
Green and blue absorb the most heat from incandescent bulbs and those bulbs are HOT. My guess is the lacquer won't last very long before it flakes or fades.
That's true. I remember when CPD had 176 beacon rays they at one point has them B/R/B/W, they changed them to R/B/R/W because the paint on blue bulbs would crack and the blue bulbs didn't seem to last as long..
 

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