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- In 1815, Humphry Davy invented the Davy lamp, which allowed miners within coal mines to work safely in the presence of flammable gases.
- It also led Sir Humphry Davy to devise another safety lamp, the Davy lamp, in which the flame was surrounded by iron gauze.
- Protection for miners came with the invention of the Davy lamp and Geordie lamp, where any firedamp ( or methane ) burnt harmlessly within the lamp.
- The displays included mining pit lamps such as the famous Davy lamp, tools used in the mining trade and a selection of art by former miners.
- A modern-day equivalent of the Davy lamp is the Protector Garforth GR6S flame safety lamp which is used for firedamp testing in all UK coal mines.