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5 ft. T12 75-Watt Daylight (6500K) High Output Alto Linear Fluorescent Light Bulb (15-Pack)

$116.10 /case
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Philips linear fluorescent high output 75-Watt 5 ft. T12 daylight light bulb is ideal for commercial use in high bay applications such as warehouses, distribution center and factories. It provides an artic white light, while also offering energy savings.

  • Brightness: 4225 lumens
  • Estimated yearly energy cost: $9.03 (based on 3 hrs/day, 11c/kWh. Costs depend on rates and use.)
  • Life: 11 years (based on 3 hrs/day)
  • Light appearance: 6500K (Daylight)
  • Energy used: 75 Watts
  • Lumens per watt: 56.33
  • Ideal for commercial use in high bay applications such as warehouses, distribution center and factories
  • Great for general purpose lighting - provides an art white light that creates a cool and refreshing environment
  • T12 shape, D.C. base
  • Contains mercury: yes (for more on clean-up and safe disposal, visit: epa.gov/cfl)
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i'm pretty sure these are the lights I have in my coolers and freezer. do they work in that capacity?

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Hello, linear fluorescents' efficiency decreases when in low or high temperatures. TLEDs, though, are not affected by the cold though and could be a better alternative for you:
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Philips-11-Watt-60W-A19-Household-Daylight-5000K-Dimmable-LED-Light-Bulb-425264/203553284
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