A bulkhead light is a light fixture whose shape looks like a ship’s porthole.
They are made of brass or bronze and feature a heavy and thick glass to protect the lamp, which is enclosed by a wire or solid brass mesh.
The light fixture is waterproof and can be mounted on the wall or ceiling.
In Mediterranean countries, it is also known as a turtle light (helona).
In the old days, this light fixture was used to illuminate ship decks.
Today, it is used for the decoration of the outdoor areas of a house, or for storerooms and other areas.
Bulkhead A general term that has dozens of different meanings, depending on the environment.
G9 lamp socket
The light fixture is not intended for looped-in wiring The light fixture is intended to be connected to fixed wiring
We use a double-sleeved rubber cable to connect the H05RN-F 3G1.5 light fixture
The light fixture does not include a power connection cable.
Photo: Karava Mountain Argithea Karditsa Greeceby Maroulis Chrysanthos
In recent years, we have learned about lamp recycling and how important it is for the environment.
It is a necessary step towards reducing pollution, but also for collecting materials for creating new products within society.
Why is it necessary to recycle lamps?
Firstly, we can achieve the environmentally sound management of mercury, which is a dangerous chemical element that must not be released into the environment.
On the contrary, by recycling lamps, we ensure its safe collection and full recovery, so that it may be reused in other products.