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GamTubes™ are sleeves manufactured using GamColor® color filter that easily slip over fluorescent or LED tubes in order to change their color or color temperature. These gel-only sleeves are an excellent and economical choice to simulate neon, reduce glare or to color correct film/TV/video productions and architectural installations. GamTube is available for T5, T8 and T12 tubes.
SuperTube™ features a first layer of UV Filter (closest to the lamp) a second layer of GamColor® and a third layer of an additional UV filter. The first layer of UV is to protect the color from the high UV content of the fluorescent lamp. The outside layer of UV filter protects the color from the long-term exposure to any external UV sources. SuperTubes are particularly recommended for use on T8 and T5 fluorescent bulbs. High concentrations of UV can be found right on the bulb itself that can fade the colorant inside the GamColor quickly.
111XXXXX0004* GAM Tubes 48" T5, T8, T12
111XXXXX0008* GAM Tubes 100" T5, T8, T12
111100XX0400** GAM Tube Roll 400 Ft. T5, T8, T12
111100XX0600** GAM Tube Roll 600 Ft. T5, T8, T12
111100XX0800** GAM Tube Roll 800 Ft. T5, T8, T12
111100XX1000** GAM Tube Roll 1000 Ft. T5, T8, T12
Please note: All GamTube and SuperTube products are made-to-order and therefore non-refundable. Lead times will vary.
112XXXXX0004* GAM Super Tubes 48" T5, T8, T12
112XXXXX0008* GAM Super Tubes 100" T5, T8, T12
112300XX0400** GAM Super Tube Roll 400 Ft. T5, T8, T12
112300XX0600** GAM Super Tube Roll 600 Ft. T5, T8, T12
112300XX0800** GAM Super Tube Roll 800 Ft. T5, T8, T12
112300XX1000** GAM Super Tube Roll 1000 Ft. T5, T8, T12
*XXXX = desired 4 digit GamColor
**00XX = desired 4 digit GamColor
GamTube and SuperTube are not for use with HO (High Output) or VHO (Very High Output) lamps.
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