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Sehon antique filament bulbs factory used in bathrooms

Sehon antique filament bulbs factory used in bathrooms

Model No.:
SH-G125C-4S-27KD
MOQ:
100 pcs
Payment:
T/T, L/C, Western Union, Paypal
Delivery Time:
15-30days
Loading Port:
Shanghai or Ningbo, China
Certification:
TUV,ROHS,CE,SAA,EMC
Color:
Clear
Wattage:
3.5W/4W/5W/6W/7W/8W
CCT:
2700K
Volatge:
AC110-130V/AC220-240V
Size:
125x172mm
Base Type:
E27/E26/B22
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Sehon antique filament bulbs has been tested to meet a series of safety and quality regulations. It is certified under RoHS, CE, CCC, SAA, UL, and other related electric standards. It can be widely seen in restaurants and hotels
Sehon antique filament bulbs is carefully developed. It is carried out by the R&D team who takes many factors into considerations such as radiated emissions, radiated susceptibility, ESD (electrostatic discharge), electrical transients, etc. The product is spliced and has the performance of wear resistance
Sehon antique filament bulbs goes through several production stages, including the fabrication and solder of the circuit board, surface treatment, insulation testing, assembly, and commissioning. It can retain its shape even after washing
The production process of Sehon antique filament bulbs mainly includes three parts. These parts, namely, sizing processing, glaze processing, and quality inspection, are all conducted under strict control and inspection. The product does not fade nor shrink
Sehon antique filament bulbs meets a variety of international standards for electric appliances. They are CARB, FCC, ETL, UL, CB, CCC and so on. The product won't yellow with the time going by
The product is shrinkage resistant. During the fabric pre-treatment stage, the fabrics have been shrunk already to prevent further shrinkage. Made of the finest fabrics, it is not easy to tear
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