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heat lamp

[′hēt ‚lamp]
(electricity)
An infrared lamp used for brooders in farming, for drying paint or ink, for keeping food warm, and for therapeutic and other applications requiring heat with or without some visible light.
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You need a heat lamp if you don't want the birds' combs to freeze," Roy said.
When using a flash heat lamp to look at a problem in a wall, for example, the whole wall would need to be heated; in contrast, the AMT method focuses heat on only a small section.
Then a heat lamp was used for 15 minutes, to activate the treatment.
Senior keeper Ben Vanes said: "We taped the bird's legs together using medical tape and then kept it under a heat lamp in the nursery pen, where we could keep a close eye on it.
The fire is believed to have been started by a heat lamp above the creature's nest to keep it warm.
The lucky ducks have been nicknamed The Three Amigos and are enjoying some TLC at Lisa's home in Mallow where they are soaking up the rays of a heat lamp.
ALVADORE - A heat lamp may have sparked a fire that destroyed a shop building early Monday morning near Alvadore, Lane Rural Fire/Rescue officials said.
They found three cannabis plants being grown in a cupboard aided by a heat lamp.
Then, a day or two after taking the drugs, each patient climbs into a bed equipped with an overhead infrared heat lamp.
Figuring no one else would be crazy enough to take up the offer, I went to the local Agway and bought supplies for all eight chickens, including a feeder, waterer, heat lamp, wood shavings, and a bag of feed.
The Heat & Dry Dish Rack and Culinary Heat Lamp come with a one-year warranty and are priced at $99.
A heat lamp may be used to facilitate water removal.