I produced a tutorial showing the Cineo TruColor HS2 with green remote phosphor panels. This might work to create a saturated green backdrop on a white wall. You just need to keep the key lights off the back wall, which means you need lots of flags or distance. Typically I would make the green backdrop around 40-50 IRE, depending on how much spill you need to handle.
It's also possible to use just about any remote phosphor LED light if you take off the phosphor panel and just use the blue LEDs for blue screen chroma key. These type of LED fixtures will create a very saturated blue color.
Using tungsten lights for this may create a lot of difficulties.