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Compact Fluorescent Lamps


13 to 19 Watts

40 to 75 Watt
Incandescent Equivalent
20 to 26 Watts

75 to 100 Watt
Incandescent Equivalent
27 to 105 Watts

110 to 500 Watt
Incandescent Equivalent

Compact Fluorescent Lamps

Sometimes the biggest savings come in the smallest packages. Take our compact fluorescent lamps, for instance. Ranging from less than 10 watts to more than 100, they are four times more efficient than incandescent light bulbs. They also last up to 10 times longer. A 22-watt compact fluorescent light bulb (CF) emits about the same light output as a 100-watt incandescent.

Although these products can be more expensive initially, especially at retail, you save money in the long run when you purchase compact fluorescent lamps. This is partly due to the energy savings. You’ll save even more when you shop at TES.com. Our wholesale prices deliver cost savings on top of energy savings, a winning combination for bulk buyers everywhere!

Our compact fluorescent lamps have many applications. Use them indoors or outdoors. Deploy them in decorative installations, workplace corridors, or for emergency backup. They’re suitable for both high bay areas and small-space settings.

Save on the best brands when you buy in bulk from TES.com. As your trusted source for wholesale batteries, we also offer you great wholesale pricing for all your commercial lighting needs. At TES.com, we’re in the business of shedding light on great products and big savings!

Color/Temperature Chart
Bulb Temperature RangeColor Appearance
< 2800KWarm White - more orange/red light on objects.
2800K to 3500KHalogen White - a clear, white light with very little red or blue tones.
3600K to 4900KCool White - in the low range of blue color, similar to ice.
5000K <Daylight White - a bright, white light that makes all colors stand out.

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