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PRICE
Gas Lamp Mantles
Peerless 1614 Soft Inverted Gas Mantle

PSM-2

Peerless Gaslight Gas Mantle Logo

Soft Inverted Gas Mantle Pair, 2 per package
( #2 Ceramic Ring, 3/4" ID x 1 1/8" OD )

New

Modernized, but same Mantle Manufacture that was the original Coleman® Brand.

When pulled down, mantle opens up to a more uniform shape. Also pre-burns and shrinks up more uniformly.

Each Available:
1 package   $ 9.50
(2 Mantles)

Case quantity:
12 packages   $ 102.00
(24 Mantles)

Carton quantity: (40-Cases)
480 packages   $ 3,600.00
(960 Mantles)














$ 9.50
2-pack


$ 8.50
2-pack


$ 7.50
2-pack
Peerless 1714 Hard Inverted Gas Mantle

PHM-1

Peerless Gaslight Mantle Logo

Pre-formed (shaped)
Hard Inverted Gas Mantle, 1 per tube.
( #2 Ceramic Ring, 3/4" ID x 1 1/8" OD )

New

Modernized, but same Mantle Manufacture that was the original Coleman® Brand.

Each Available:
1 tube   $ 9.50
(1 Mantle)

Case quantity:
20 tubed mantles  $ 170.00

Carton quantity: (30-Cases)
600 tubed mantles  $ 4,500.00














$ 9.50
each


$ 8.50
each

$ 7.50
each
Soft Inverted Gas Lamp Mantle

SM-2

Soft Inverted Gas Lamp Mantle

Soft Inverted Gas Mantle Pair, 2 per package
( #2 Ceramic Ring, 3/4" ID x 1 1/8" OD )

Each Available:
1 package   $ 9.50
(2 Mantles)

Maintenance Service Pack Special *SALE*  New
   36 packages    $ 288.00
  (72 Mantles)


Case quantity:
125 packages   $  1,062.50
(250 Mantles)

Carton quantity: (4-Cases)
500 packages   $ 3,750.00
(1000 Mantles)





$ 9.50
2-pack


$8.00
2-pack




$ 8.50

2-pack


$ 7.50
2-pack


Auerlicht Hard Inverted Gas Mantle Package

AHM2-1

Auerlicht Gas Mantle Logo
Auerlicht Hard Inverted Gaslight Mantle


AUER
LICHT
®
Same mantles that were made by AUERGESELLSCHAFT in Germany


Pre-formed (shaped)
Inverted Hard Gas Mantle, 1 per tube.
( #2 Ceramic Ring, 3/4" ID x 1 1/8" OD )

Each Available:
1 tube   $ 11.50

Case quantity:
20 tubed mantles   $ 210.00

Carton quantity: (50-Cases)
1000 tubed mantles   $ 9,500.00












$ 11.50
each

$ 10.50
each

$ 9.50
each
Soft Upright Gas Mantle
SUM-1
Soft Upright Mantle

Upright Gas Light Mantle
N/A - Older UM-1 Model


Soft Upright Gas Mantles

1 per box
Soft Flexible fabric is less brittle
than traditional hard style !!
( 4" Height x 1" ID Base )

Each Available:
1 boxed   $ 12.50

Case quantity:
12 boxed mantles   $ 138.00

Carton quantity: (12-Cases)
144 boxed mantles   $ 1,368.00











$ 12.50
each

$ 11.50
each

$ 9.50
each
Auerlicht Ring Size 8 Package

AHM8-1

Auerlicht Gas Mantle logo
Auerlicht Ring Size 8 Gas Mantle

AUERLICHT
®
Used for:
 Humphrey, Falks, Paulin
indoor natural and liquid gas lamps.

Gas light must be equiped to use
pre-formed mantle, not tie on mantle.


Pre-formed (shaped)
Inverted Hard Mantle, 1 per tube
( #8 Ceramic Ring, 1" ID x 1 1/4" OD )
( Mantle Height 2" )

Each Available:
1 tube   $ 13.95

Case quantity:
24 tubed mantles   $ 310.80

Carton quantity: (2-Cases)
48 tubed mantles   $ 573.60















$ 13.95
each

$ 12.95
each

$ 11.95
each

100 watts = 1360 Lumens
680 Lumens per Mantle
1 Mantle = about 50 Watts

60 Candle Power Equal to a 75 Watt bulb

Welsbach Museum
Auer von Welsbach Museum
http://www.althofen.at/AvW_Museum/welsbach_e.htm

Portrait of Dr. Auer von Welsbach
Dr. Carl Auer von Welsbach
1858-1929

The invention of the incandescent gas mantel "Auerlicht" (gas mantle light) made him famous in the scientific as well as in the technical world. On the 30th of March 1905, the "Academy of Sciences" in Vienna, learned of his
discovery of the elements Ytterbium and Lutetium.
Dr. Carl Auer von Welsbach knew how to use his knowledge of chemistry and metallurgy of rare earth elements most effectively and successfully. He is considered to be the founder of the industrial processing of rare earth elements. One of his most significant achievements in this context is the gas mantle light (1885) which illuminated towns all over the world. Furthermore, the Osmium-bulb, the first metal filament light bulb, replaced the carbon filament bulb, which had been developed by Edison. The invention of the metal filament bulb was of great importance for today`s lighting system. Light bulbs which today are used in every home and for every motor vehicle, are products that originate from Auer von Welsbach`s metal filament bulb.
In 1903, Carl Auer von Welsbach invented the lighter flint, also known as "Cereisen, Ferrocerium" or "Auermetall", which nowadays is used daily in lighters by people all over the world. The first useful lighters with Cereisen were also produced by Auer von Welsbach.
Dr. Carl Auer von Welsbach 1858-1929
Nonelectric incandescent lamps include the gas mantle lamp (incandescent mantel "Auerlicht"). The mantle is a mesh bag of fabric impregnated with a solution of nitrates of cerium and one or more of the following metals:
thorium, beryllium, aluminum, or magnesium.

The process of making gas mantles originally involved several steps, beginning with the knitting of the cotton/silk fabric. The saturation step the fabric was saturated in lighting fluid. This fluid contains the thorium and cerium salts. The fabric was then dried on wood or glass forms and then carefully plaited together. An asbestos cord was drawn through to form a loop. The fabric was then shaped to fit a mantle by fitting it over a wooden form. It was estimated that American consumers used 40,000,000 mantles per year when gas lighting was commonly used.

The mantle is fixed over an orifice carrying a flammable gas such as natural gas, coal gas, propane, or vaporized benzene or other fuel. When the gas is ignited, the mantle fabric burns away, leaving a brittle residual lattice of metal oxides. Light is produced when this lattice is heated to glowing by the gas combustion, although the mantle itself does not burn.
Gas lamps may operate without mantles.

Cerium nitrate has been used in the manufacture of incandescent gas mantles. The metal serves as an ingredient in the carbon-impregnated arc lamps that have been used for illumination in the motion-picture, television, and related industries. Cerium is iron gray in color and about as soft and ductile as tin. It oxidizes slowly in air, rapidly reacts with water to yield hydrogen, and burns brilliantly when heated.

Dr. Carl Auer von Welsbach was an Austrian chemist and engineer who invented the incandescent gas mantel or "Auerlicht", thus allowing the greatly increased output of light by gas lamps. In 1885 Welsbach discovered and isolated the elements neodymium and praseodymium from a mixture called didymium, which was previously considered an element. His interest in rare-earth elements continued, and he found that a fabric impregnated with a mixture of thorium nitrate and cerium nitrate could be made into a mantle that glowed brightly when heated by a gas flame. Patented in 1885, the Welsbach mantle greatly improved gas lighting and, although largely supplanted by the incandescent lamp, is still widely used in kerosene and other lanterns. In 1898 Welsbach introduced the first metallic filament for incandescent lamps. Although the osmium he used was too rare for general use, his improvement paved the way for the tungsten filament and the modern light bulb. Welsbach also developed misch metal, a mixture of cerium and other rare earths, which he combined with iron to make Auer's metal, the first improvement over flint and steel for making sparks since ancient times. It is used in cigarette lighters and in strikers for lighting gas jets.



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