Gas Lamps

Found: 3

As the name implies gas lamps emit light by burning gas. Used in the XIX century in Europe and South America as public lighting. The construction of the first gas lamps consisted of a metal tube and the outlet in which the gas was burning.

City lighting made use of this approach for the first time at the beginning of XIX century in London. Gas lamps have a very specific nature due to the dimness and interesting light color. Pressure lamp was a German invention. It has a slightly stronger light.

The following list of lamps distinguishes them in terms of shape, mode of transport and workmanship to maximize the use of their potential during activities in open space. Despite the age, this invention is still perfectly suited for the soldiers' conditions when traveling, camping or during the colonial trips.

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