SOURCE: NxGen Technologies

NxGen Technologies

January 31, 2012 00:00 ET

New Lighting Solution to Age-Old Problem, Candelabra Bulbs That Don't Constantly Burn Out

YARDLEY, PA--(Marketwire - Jan 31, 2012) - NxGen Technologies has announced a new line of LED candelabra bulbs that has been designed to replace traditional incandescent candelabra styles used in chandeliers and other lighting fixtures. The new LED bulb has both the warmth and look of incandescent bulbs while offering savings to users of up to 90 percent of on-going energy costs when compared to their incandescent counterparts. The bulbs, with the light output equivalent to incandescent bulbs, have been UL tested and approved for safety, and last up to 25,000 hours while lit.

Customers complain about the need to constantly replace burned out candelabra bulbs," said David Allen, president of NxGen Technologies, manufacturers of the NxGen Candelabra bulb. "They want bulbs in their chandeliers that look just as good as incandescent bulbs, are dimmable, and last a long time. Our bulbs do all of that -- and they do so much more in terms of saving energy and labor costs for maintenance in commercial applications."

The NxGen Technologies' Candelabra bulb comes with a standard (E12) candelabra base, and is available in either clear or frosted designs. The bulbs also come in the popular torpedo and flame tip styles, and offer the same color temperature as incandescent bulbs (3,000° K).

NxGen Technologies designs and manufactures LED-based lighting products for residential and commercial applications. Further information on the company's energy-saving, LED-based, dimmable candelabra bulbs can be obtained by calling 215-493-2673 or writing to NxGen Technologies, Inc., 1790 Yardley-Langhorne Rd., Suite 206, Yardley, PA 19067. Information about the bulbs is also available on the worldwide web at

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LED Candelabra Bulbs provide the warmth and look of incandescent bulbs, are dimmable, and offer users savings of up to 90 percent of energy costs.

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