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infrared lamp

A lamp that develops a high temperature, emitting infrared rays; a heat lamp. The rays penetrate only a short distance (5 to 10 mm) into the skin. Its principal effect is to cause heating of the skin.
See also: lamp
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Plant protection INFRARED LAMP 105OD or equivalent in the amount of 120 liters, ex-ZDPawlowice.
In addition to their standard shaped infrared lamps, Anderson Thermal Devices can also offer custom infrared lamp products for an array of applications.
The company is also offering clients the benefit of their comprehensive engineering services for the design and manufacture of custom-shaped infrared lamps.
Together, Anderson Thermal Device's engineers and the OEM designed a system with thirty-two infrared lamp cassettes by Anderson Thermal Devices using quartz halogen shortwave lamps.
It can occur due to heating pads, hot water bottles, infrared lamps, and even laptop computers.
"It includes a camera with an infrared filter and infrared lamps that shine at the face.
The camera lenses are surrounded by 55 infrared lamps that will illuminate an area up to 75 ft.
Eighty-four infrared lamps were present in the furnace, the internal surface of the furnace was large, and several ten solar cells were heated at the same time.
Away from the water, the treatment rooms offer everything from algae wraps to Fangotherapy, using warm mud and infrared lamps to help rheumatism, and seawater treatments to alleviate asthma.
These regenerative gaslights, as they were called, are the conceptual forerunners to the halogen infrared lamps of today.

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