research
 Patents
 Books
 Literature
 Articles
 Timeline
 Auction Archive

about
 About this site
 Wanted to buy

bulb gallery

Incandescent:
C
carbon
WD
drawn tungsten
WC
coiled tungsten
WM
mini tungsten
WS
pressed tung.
FG
figural bulbs
XL
christmas
XS
christmas sets
T
tantalum

Discharge:
NE
neon lamps
AR
argon lamps
XE
xenon lamps
MA
mercury
MC
fluorescent
MS
special mercury

Hardware:
F
fuses
FX
fixtures
PF
plugs & fittings
SA
sockets
SW
switches

tube gallery

 X-ray
 Geissler
 Crookes
 Radio
 Box art

museum pics

 Dr. Hugh Hicks
 
Fort Myers, FL.
 S.Slabyhoudek

links

 Related links
 Submit a link

 

Author Topic: bubble lite tubes  (Read 2515 times)

Offline jonathan cassiday

  • Hero Member
  • ****
  • Posts: 105
bubble lite tubes
« on: September 13, 2005, 07:21:41 pm »
were there multipal facilities that manufactured the tubes for the Noma bubble lites? I have noticed that the slugs and tube diameter vaire from light to light, the crimping on tip varies, and that some have what looks like salt, while some have what looks to be sugar that has darkend with age. With all of the diffrences of the bubble tubes it seems thqat there must ave been many facilites that produced them, or possibly that the tubes were contracted to other companyies by Noma. Has any one else noticed any of the diffrences?
yes this is Jonathan Cassiday how may i help you