By extension, the popular speech uses this term to indicate all Appareil domesticates intended to emit light, whereas it are very often only the support of known as the lamps . It thus indicates very often objet d'art or decorative being used to light or burn gasoline S odoriferous.
The lamps consisted of a tank containing a Combustible (Huile, Paraffine, Cire, Pétrole) intended to be flaring in small a Flamme at the end of a wick. These lamps were intended for a local use, even individual and portable. Although not very powerful, they was used since mists of time by the men to light, when the Lumière lavished by the Sun was lacking.
With the beginnings and progress of the electricity, the Engineer S created a great diversity of flashlights. Since the first flashlights industrially produced by Edison and intended to replace the Reverberator S with Gas of the City S, the electric lighting systems appreciably evolved/moved.
- Oil lamp
- Oil lamp
- Lamp of safety or miner's lamp: reserved to the minors, this lamp made it possible to detect the firedamp zone, thanks to the fluctuations of its flame.
- Flashlight: portable case comprising a Lamp incandescent and functioning with one or more piles
- Storm lantern: lamp has Pétrole whose flame is protected from the bad weather.
- Lamp Tiffany: lamp whose lamp-shade is in stained glass with lead joint, very in vogue in the style art déco and modern.
- Lamp Shepherd: an object which by burning odorous gasolines makes it possible to diffuse a perfume of environment. This lamp does not produce a light.
- germ-destroying Bedside lamp
- Lamp: a type of lamp emitting in the Ultraviolet , which makes it possible to kill many pathogenic germs
- inactinic Lampe
- Lampe with iodine
Nds-nl: Lamp Simple: Lamp
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