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Re: Argon or Xenon Bulbs Wanted - Address Correction

Original poster: "by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>" <Neonglo-at-aol-dot-com>

Hi All,

I just noticed my email address at the end of my last post is incorrect. If 
anyone would like to contact me off list, the correct email address is:


Best Regards,

Tony Greer
In a message dated 11/18/02 7:13:49 PM Central Standard Time, Tony Greer 

>Hi Harvey, All,
>I can make tubular gas discharge lamps in just about any length or
>diameter, using any of the five stable noble gasses, helium, neon, argon,
>krypton and xenon. None of these gasses are radioactive. I even make tubes
>out of uranium glass, which is radioactive. I can also make mercury vapor
>tubes. I offer clear lead and barium-strontium glass, as well as phosphor
>coated tubes or even tubes made with colored glass. Prices for straight
>tubes are very reasonable.
>If you are looking for a noble gas that is almost whitish in color, I would
>suggest krypton. In a low pressure tube, Kr is sort of a platinum white,
>and much brighter than a pure argon tube. I sell a set of five 16" noble
>gas tubes on eBay almost every week if you are interested in all the stable
>noble gasses. I can also make these tubes to custom length. They can be
>found here on eBay. Also check my other items for sale:
>If you are simply looking for a tube with a bright white output, I would
>suggest one of the white phosphor coated mercury vapor tubes. White
>phosphor comes in many different color temperatures from warm to cool white.
>Best Regards,
>Tony Greer
>Special Effects Neon
>neonglow-at-aol-dot-com <----- INCORRECT! See Top of Page.
>Lubbock, Texas
>"Flowing Glass and Glowing Gas"