tungsten lamp

tungsten lamp

n.
An incandescent light bulb that has a tungsten filament.

tungsten lamp

n
(General Physics) a lamp in which light is produced by a tungsten filament heated to incandescence by an electric current. The glass bulb enclosing the filament contains a low pressure of inert gas, usually argon. Sometimes small amounts of a halogen, such as iodine, are added to improve the intensity (tungsten-halogen lamp)
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The Minister said that the Ministry also participates in the programme to transform existing governmental buildings which the Ministry of Works assumes the responsibility of their maintenance and renovation, initially by replacing tungsten lamps with energy saving lamps, replacing manually-operated water taps (faucets) with sensor-type taps, and the installation of thermal-insulation glass windows.
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