heat lamp

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Noun1.heat lamp - electric heater consisting of a high-power incandescent lamp that emits infrared radiationheat lamp - electric heater consisting of a high-power incandescent lamp that emits infrared radiation; "the bathroom could be warmed by an infrared lamp"
electric fire, electric heater - a small electric space heater
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Other off-the-wall aids to tiptop gardens include: | Heat lamps. Grass can't grow from the artificial light alone, but closely targeting a heat lamp or two at particularly worn areas of lawn could give your backyard patch the boost it needs.
When the brooder is finished, you'll have a heat lamp at one end and food and water at the other.
Michelle, of Greenock, put the reptile in a container, where it appeared to change colour, then found a heat lamp to keep it warm.
It is thought a dog caused the blaze by knocking a heat lamp over.
We, of course, bought the starter grower feed from the store along with baby chick feeder, waterer and heat lamp. The other 'introductory' purchase was the bag of animal bedding.
Then a heat lamp was used for 15 minutes, to activate the treatment.
Senior keeper Ben Vanes said: "We taped the bird's legs together using medical tape and then kept it under a heat lamp in the nursery pen, where we could keep a close eye on it.
The fire is believed to have been started by a heat lamp above the creature's nest to keep it warm.
ALVADORE - A heat lamp may have sparked a fire that destroyed a shop building early Monday morning near Alvadore, Lane Rural Fire/Rescue officials said.
A single halogen heat lamp and easy functionality make the moisture balances suited for moisture determination.
Then, a day or two after taking the drugs, each patient climbs into a bed equipped with an overhead infrared heat lamp. Once a patient reaches a core temperature of 40[degrees]C, he or she gets wrapped up "like a mummy" in blankets that maintain the temperature for about 6 hours, Bull says.