flame lamp

flame lamp

n
(Electrical Engineering) electrical engineering a filament lamp in which the bulb resembles the shape of a flame
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Tenders are invited for Supply Of Flame Safety Lamp, Dgms Approved, Gas Testing Flame Lamp Incorporated With Integral Extinguisher
High on drugs, Natalie threw a bottle of methylated spirits over Dana, a convicted drug addict, while the latter was holding an open flame lamp used for smoking crystal meth.
AN eternal flame lamp will be dedicated and placed over the tomb of The Venerable Bede in Durham Cathedral on Saturday, June 11 at 2pm, at a service of thanksgiving to celebrate the centenary of Rotary International.
Not the least of his accomplishments was the invention of the "safety lamp," a flame lamp protected by a screen so as not to ignite flammable gases in mines.
An eternal flame lamp will be dedicated and placed over the tomb of the Venerable Bede in Durham Cathedral on June 11 at a multi-faith service of thanksgiving to celebrate the centenary of Rotary International.
An eternal flame lamp is to be dedicated and placed over the tomb of The Venerable Bede in Durham Cathedral.
The work will be undertaken at the specialist lighting factory in Nottingham to replace the flame lamps in their outstretched hands so that they can be lit up, as they would have been originally.
The group, based at the University of Calgary in Alberta, has designed battery-powered LED lamps for use in some the world's most remote spots, regions that would otherwise depend on "flame lamps" of kerosene and candles.
A series of gas flame lamps and public works of art along Spon Street will be installed early next year.
The work, being carried out at a specialist lighting factory in Nottingham, will include replacing the flame lamps in their outstretched hands so they can be lit up, as they would have been originally.