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SunGrow 110V Ceramic Heating Lamp - 150W Infrared

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The ceramic heating bulb by SunGrow is one of the easiest and energy-efficient ways to heat your pets' tanks, terrariums, or hutch !

How do I use the ceramic bulb?
Plug it into any standard US socket such as E26 or E27 which can be found in almost any home. Make sure you use the bulb only in a ceramic/porcelain socket. You can purchase heat lamps that come with a heat shield deflector and bulb guard to prevent anyone scalding or burns.

What is the ideal tank size for this bulb?
Ideally these bulbs will heat a 30-40 gallon tank very well. You can use them in a slightly bigger tanks as well.

Is this a far-infrared or near-infrared emitting bulb?
It's far-infrared emitting heat bulb which produces long waves. It does not give off any visual light, only heat, so it can be used day and night without disturbing animals' sleep.

How much heat does the SunGrow Heat Emitter generate?
Within around 10-seconds, they can generate basking temperatures in the high 30's or even low 40's.

Can I use this with a thermostat or timer?
Yes you can purchase thermostats separately, which can be connected to the infrared bulb. This will ensure you do not overheat small spaces which can be very dangerous for your pets. You can also wire the bulb to a dimmer or timer.

Can I use the bulb outdoors?
Yes! Many people use these bulbs in cold climates to heat small dog houses, cat houses, outdoor rabbit hutches, chicken coops, pet brooders, puppy whelping box, hedgehog cages, egg incubators and many more!

Are there any Safety Precautions to follow?
1.Please do not directly touch during usage.
2.The distance between the lamp and pet, should be a min of 12" (30cm).


Ceramic Emitter Heater - E27 Socket
Voltage: AC 110V Power: 150w
Material: Ceramic, Metal
Color: Black
Diameter of heating surface: 3.5" (9 cm)

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  • ✔ SOLID CERAMIC HEATING BULB --- Within 10-seconds, your heating lamp will give off very strong heat. The high-purity ceramic clay ensures its anti-crack and waterproof. This means the bulb is safe to use in humid environments, like terrariums or vivariums.
  • ✔ HIGH-ENERGY EFFICIENCY --- The ceramic bulb turns the electricity into heat, with no light emission. This makes it much more energy-efficient than regular light bulbs. They can last up to 10,000 hours! The E27 socket, fits all standard home US sockets.
  • ✔ PROVIDES HEAT WITHOUT TRANSMITTING LIGHT --- 150-Watt Ceramic heat emitters are an affordable way to provide heat for your pets. The don't emit any light which makes it suitable for daytime and nighttime use, as it won't disturb your pets' sleep.
  • ✔ FOR PET BROODERS AND CHICKEN COOPS --- People love using the SunGrow heating bulb to warm their pets on a cold winter's night; to keep their organic chickens, chicks, hermit crabs, hedgehogs, outdoor rabbit hutches or indoor cockatiel cages warm. Make sure you use the bulb with a porcelain socket. It is a lamp that includes a cage around the bulb to ensure your pets do not get burned.
  • ✔ PROVIDES MANY HEALTH BENEFITS FOR COLD-BLOODED ANIMALS --- The infrared heat from the SunGrow light bulb penetrates the scales and skin tissue of many reptiles including geckos, tortoises, snakes, bearded dragons, ball pythons and more! The warmth will keep your pets healthy as it widens the blood vessels and increases blood circulation allowing them to stay active.
  • Brand: SunGrow
  • EAN: 0688977507519

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