New glass lamps for the Guinness Book of World Records have been unveiled at the Dublin exhibition of photography.
Glass lamps for the world’s biggest glass auction in Dublin have been made from glass.
The glass lamp has been made by a company based in Austria, known as Glasslamp and is the world leading supplier of glass lamps and glass products.RTE Photo: Sean GallupGlasslamp said it had worked with Guinness on the glass lamp project, which has the support of the Guinness World Records and the International Glass Lamp Association.
Glasslamps are used to illuminate buildings to help reduce glare and improve air quality.
Glass lamps are currently used in China to help protect buildings from the sun.
The company said the glass lamps had been designed and manufactured by glass manufacturing plants in Austria and China.
Glass Lamps are made by an Austrian glass manufacturer Glasslamps in Vienna, Austria.
They are made of stainless steel and have a high thermal conductivity, which is important for efficient light emission and reduced reflectivity.
The lamp has a lifespan of over 40 years.
Glass lamp manufacturers also use titanium for their lamps.
Rte Photo: RTE PhotoGlass Lamp said that it had partnered with the Guinness to supply the lamp for the exhibition, which will open on November 8 and run until December 14.