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heat lamp

a lamp that emits infrared light and produces heat; used to apply topical heat to the skin.

heat lamp

 Infrared lamp, see there.

heat lamp

(hēt lamp)
A lamp that emits infrared light and produces heat; used to apply topical heat to the skin.
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Home cooks can now take advantage of the same technology used by professional chefs in busy restaurant kitchens by using our Culinary Heat Lamp to keep food warm until it is ready to serve," said Robb McMahan, Founder and CEO of Bon Home and GelPro.
You can now hang your heat lamp from this on one end of the brooder and still have easy access to the food and water on the other.
Inside the pool I placed a small sawhorse where the heat lamp is mounted.
The heat lamp was being used in a utility room where young turkeys were being raised.
A North Wales Fire and Rescue Service spokeswoman said it was caused when a heat lamp fell on the floor.
If you decide to use a heat lamp, take care not to overheat the birds or set the works on fire.
Modifying this setup with a heat lamp, this brooder has fostered many chicks to hardiness in the past century.
This one warmed itself under the glow of a heat lamp in its enclosure at Taronga Zoo in Sydney.
FOUR pigs and a sheep were killed in a barn fire sparked by an infrared heat lamp which had been left on to keep them warm.
A glass case holds big fat pretzels that may have sat under the heat lamp for a few days.
This week's picture shows two meerkats warming themselves under a heat lamp at Sydney's Taronga zoo as the Australian city experiences its coolest temperatures for seven years.
The coop is constructed of half-inch plywood, and a heat lamp is burning 24 hours a day.