Why bulbs burn out constantly?

In one of the rooms the lamps constantly burn out. Different lamps, chandeliers.
Lamps from different manufacturers. Burn out too quickly - over 80 hours of use.

At burnout always kicks tube. Always burn out when turned on. Included are cotton, tripped the circuit breaker, one of the lamps burned out.

Another feature from the bulb in addition to the "gap" in the filament and darkening of the glass balloon, penetrates the sleeve (the part that screwed into the ceiling). Sleeve punched through, the hole is black and smells like burned.

What could be the problem?
July 2nd 19 at 17:08
2 answers
July 2nd 19 at 17:10
Suppose a bad contact in the cartridge and should be replaced. A hole can be formed due to electric arc.

Well, go to led lighting, where possible
July 2nd 19 at 17:12
If you still live in the last century and still use incandescent bulbs, then there is no surprise that lamps are burning) Rather go for led bulbs))) even We in the yard are put svet4park.ru/shop/144-vstraivaemyie-svetilniki.html . And even on the street in the rain, sun, wind and snow they work properly for about 2 years without any failures and replacement)

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