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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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If you decide to start your flock early in the year, and you're in a cold winter climate like mine, you may have the chicks indoors for long enough that they'll outgrow the maximum height of the heat lamp. There's an easy fix to this--one I call the chicken condo.
More used to the Kalahari Desert, they have personal heat lamps which bathe them in a rosy glow.
If you decide to start your flock early in the year and you're in a cold winter climate like mine, you may have them indoors for long enough that they will outgrow the maximum height of the heat lamp. There's an easy fix to this--one I call the chicken condo.
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.
Judge Philip Richards imposed a 12-month community order and a 16-week curfew order, from 8pm to 8am, and ordered the forfeiture of the drugs and heat lamp.
Now Professor Stephen Morris of Toronto University and graduate student Lucas Goehring have replicated its formation using water and corn flour and a heat lamp.
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?
This one warmed itself under the glow of a heat lamp in its enclosure at Taronga Zoo in Sydney.
She allegedly showed officers to a wardrobe where there was electrical equipment, a water system and a heat lamp, plus four cannabis plants.