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Full Spectrum Fluorescent Tubes

Discussion in 'Beginners Area' started by Michael Polito, Aug 15, 2016.

  1. Michael Polito

    Michael Polito New Member

    If you are indoors most of the day at work with fluorescent lights, would changing the the lights over to Full Spectrum fluorescent tubes be an improvement? Some people work in a small office where this is possible. I read this in Dr. John N Otts book. A great book by the way. If this would help, you would think that schools would take this practice up as well. Kids are in school during the day.
     
  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Full spectrum bulbs are hard to find now. Ott used to be involved in manufacturing of them
     
  3. Michael Polito

    Michael Polito New Member

    Here is a link I found. I believe he also talked in the book about removing the plastic diffuser in the fixture to a uv transmitting one and using some sort of led shielding around the cathods. Seems like a lot of work. I would just change over to incandescent if they were in my house. Thanks Doctor ! Learning quite a bit from you.

    https://www.amazon.com/Sylvania-246...354&sr=8-2&keywords=full+spectrum+fluorescent
     
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