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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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Bon Home's Culinary Heat Lamp is the first heat lamp designed for everyday use in the home.
Fire Chief Terry Ney said heat lamps used for keeping livestock warm in cold weather can cause fires if they come in contact with bedding materials, and that people should not count on the spring clamps commonly found on such lamps to keep them suspended over the bedding.
The farm, based at Walton cemetery for the past 30 years, have been dealing with the sub zero temperatures by wrapping bunnies in blankets and blasting piglets with heat lamps.
More used to the Kalahari Desert, they have personal heat lamps which bathe them in a rosy glow.
On the other side, where the heat lamp will be, trim off all but the two 24-inch flaps; these will hold your 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.
Later this fall and in time for the holidays, Bon Home will introduce the Culinary Heat Lamp, the first heat lamp designed for everyday use in the home.
Investigators suspect the fire at 91593 North Coburg Road started after a heat lamp fell and made contact with cardboard and other flammable materials, Coburg Fire Chief Chad Minter said.
A FIRE sparked when a heat lamp fell on the floor led firefighters to discover a cannabis factory in Colwyn Bay.
Will they be warm enough, or do I need to rig some type of heat lamp or insulation for the winter months?
She allegedly showed officers to a wardrobe where there was electrical equipment, a water system and a heat lamp, plus four cannabis plants.