The world's best Traffic Signal Lamp is made in America. And it's available only from H&H Industries,a nearly 50 year old Illinois-based lighting company.
H&H supplies more U.S.A. made traffic signal bulbs to municipalities and other traffic lamp users than any other specialty lighting company in America. H&H is also recognized as an international supplier of Traffic Signal Lamps. Task-Master™ Traffic Signal Lamps undergo the most rigorous testing of any traffic signal bulbs on the market.
They're life-rated up to 16,000 user hours to save on maintenance and replacements. They meet or exceed all I.T.E. Specifications and are covered by a Two Year Free Replacement Warranty. Compare the features of the Task-Master™ lamp with those of the traffic lamp you are now using.
To find out why more Traffic Signal Lamp users choose H&H Task-Master™ Traffic Lamps, or for a free consultation, contact our traffic department at 1-800-637-3853
Crystal Clear Glass Envelope
Only the finest quality "soda lime" glass is used in Task-Master traffic lamps. Unlike the "cloudy" glass used in some foreign imports, soda lime glass offers maximum clarity and a high degree of thickness control.
95% Krypton Fill-Gas
Unlike the conventional Argon gas Krypton gas allows the filament to burn hotter and longer resulting in a higher light output and longer lamp life.
Super Tough Tungsten Filaments
H&H Uses only the toughest, most resilient, longest-lasting filaments in the traffic signal lamps. 99% of our lamps easily withstood a force exceeding 7G, surpassing any punishment the lamps would experience in normal traffic signal applications.
Exclusive Basing Cement
WIth a specially grooved glass bulb and heat-resistant basing glue, which withstand temperatures in excess of 200º C, the Task-Master traffic lamps have a permanent bond between the bulb and base which exceed A.N.S.I. torque test standard.
Sturdy Projection Filament Design
Supported at seven different points, the C-11V projection filament creates an optimum beam pattern, directing more light into motorists' eyes and eliminating the center deadspot.
We use a non-corroding brass base because, unlike an aluminum base, a brass won't "freeze" or weld itself to the socket.
Polished Aluminum Reflector Disk
A built-in highly polished six-mil aluminum reflector disk reflects light back towards the signal lens, adding to usable light. It also protects the base, socket and wiring from destructive bulb heat.
Built-In Fuse Wire
Protects against damage to sockets and controls in the event of an electrical "arc-out.".