A salt lamp is simply a chunk of mined salt that has been hollowed out to allow room for a light bulb or tiny candle. The light glows through the medium of the salt crystal, which can range in color from a dark salmon pink to a pale orange. Salt crystals for salt lamps are mined in Russia and central Europe as well as in the Himalayas. Salt lamps make attractive accent lights. Their main attraction, however, is that the heating of the salt causes the crystal to release negative ions often called simply ions.
negative ions in the air bind with airborne pollutants, making them heavier so that they fall to the ground, and therefore are unavailable to be inhaled. Many modern air purifiers the so called ionic air cleaners use this technique to provide cleaner indoor air for allergy sufferers. Some studies seem to indicate that an increase in negative ions in the air increases blood flow to the brain, which would have the effect of improved concentration. The salt lamp is an attractive alternative to the utilitarian look of an air purifier. The amount of negative ions a salt lamp can release depends on its size and how warm the candle or light bulb can make it. The larger the crystal, obviously, the more expensive the lamp, but the larger area it can provide with negative ions. Salt lamps that produce night light amounts of light can provide ions to an area equal to the average office cubicle. So everyone should have this beautiful Product.
|Business Type :
||Manufacturer / Exporters / Wholesale Suppliers
|Year of Estd :
|Company Turnover :
||USD 5 to 10 Million Approx.
|No. of Employee :
||450 - 500
||Individual (Sole proprietorship)