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        When you select Philips TuffGuard™ Fluorescent lamp with ALTO® lamp technology, you are reducing the impact on the environment, while the coating helps to protect your customers, employees, and reputation. Philips TuffGuard™ fluorescent lamps meet sustainability requirements because they reduce the impact on the environment with low mercury, energy efficiency and long life.The patented green endcaps mean you're using ALTO low-mercury technology. The 16 mils thick coating on TuffGuard™ fluorescent lamps forms a protective seal from end to end and is guaranteed to last the average rated life of the lamp under specific conditions


        Sustainable Lighting Solution - Philips TuffGuard lamps reduce the impact on the environment with low mercury.
        Energy Efficient for a greener, brighter future
        Long Life to assist with lowering your maintenance costs and reducing waste.


        Keeps broken glass contained.
        Coating will not yellow, crack, or flake.
        Reduces the impact on the environment:Low mercury, Energy efficient,Long life
        Warranty: Coating Guaranteed to Last the Average Rated Life of the Lamp.
        Lighting Required to be Shielded or Otherwise Protected in Food Service and Food Processing Areas.
        8,13,14,21,24,28,35,54 watts with 3000,3500,4100,and, 5000 color temperatures


        Ideal for food processing/services, manufacturing, and hospitals

        Warning & Safety

        All HO lamps recommended for use only in open fixtures.
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