Prima Heat Lamp
Style #: HL
- Used to warm lambs, goats, kids, chickens, ducks, puppies or for any animal that is sick or cold.
- Better than the common heat lamp in every way: strength, safety, protective guard and hanging system
- Use standard or infrared bulbs no larger than 250W (not included)
- 9 3/8" diameter, 15" tall
- 16ft cord
Rugged and reliable heat lamp used to warm lambs, goat kids, chickens, ducks, puppies or for any animal that is sick or cold.
Common heat lamps are often blamed for barn fires, scorched wool and overheating. The “Prima” is better in every way—strength, safety, protective guard, and hanging system.
Use standard or infrared (heat) bulbs no larger than 250W. (We think 175 watt bulbs are best for lambs and kids.) Bulbs not included, but sold under accessories tab below. Never lay a heat lamp (of any make or manufacture) on straw or any other flammable surface—for any length of time. We recommend that you keep the lamp at least 20″ away from the ground/animal(s). To ensure safety, please self-inspect the plug and connection (or ask a certified electrician to do so.)
Specs: Black base. White grill. 9 3/8″ diameter, 15″ tall 16 ft cord
Uses infrared or regular bulbs up to 250W. The clear bulb gives more illumination. Red bulbs provide slightly more heat.
Bulbs not included. (Smooth and pressed glass bulbs feature a “never-loose” base.) Some assembly is required.
Precautions: It’s important to periodically check that the bulb is securely tightened in situations where the heat lamp may be jostled by animals. Over time, these vibrations may cause the bulb to work itself loose. If the bulb becomes too loose, the electrical connection between the socket and bulb may fail causing an electrical discharge (arc) which is a fire risk and can permanently damage the lamp or bulb. Do not allow adult livestock access to heat lamps. They can too easily bump, abuse, dislodge, break, and knock down even the best secured lamp.