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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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The force would not comment on whether the heat lamps had been previously seized by officers in a separate raid.
In all, 220 skunk cannabis plants, many fully grown to one-and-a-half metres, were recovered, worth pounds 1,000 each, as well as 30 heat lamps, watering equipment, extractor fans and propagators used for growing.
Treatments that promote skin dryness, such as antacids or heat lamps, are not appropriate.
laboring along with them among the fast-food restaurant's heat lamps and stainless steel fryers.
In 1992 he titled a show "Domicide" and aimed heat lamps at a life-size wax sculpture entitled, appropriately enough, The Disappearing Family.
A spokesman adds that the products the company plans on marketing are massagers, infrared heat lamps, blood pressure kits, electronic thermometers and home stethoscopes.
In a world in which heat lamps and deep-fryers have become accepted methods of food preparation for many, at Eaturna we take every step to ensure that food quality takes priority over shelf-life, and taste comes from freshness rather than chemicals," said Diana Fair, President and COO of Eaturna.
Announcement of competition: using heat lamps to neonatal intensive
One case even involved birds that were killed by coated heat lamps used in outdoor conditions.
Officers who swooped on the premises in Pershore Road, Selly Oak, at 8am yesterday discovered around 900 mature cannabis plants spread throughout seven rooms, along with heat lamps and hydroponics equipment.
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.