Ceramic Heat Lamps
Ceramic Heat Lamps produce and project Infra-Red heat into an enclosure. They also called Ceramic Heat Emitters or simply Ceramic Bulbs.
Ceramic Lamps produce Infrared heat which is readily used and can help to further stimulate natural biological function.
These lamps emit no visible light and as such are the perfect choice for many systems where heat is required throughout the day and night without disturbing essential circadian rhythms with unwanted light.
These lamps can become very hot, as such it is essential for the safety of your pets and your own alike that these lamps are only used with the correct wattage E27 Ceramic lamp holder. Do not use a plastic bulb holder as they are likely to melt. Ensure that Heat Lamps are not placed directly against flammable material or other electrical items and that they are suitably caged at all times.
Ceramic heat lamps should always be controlled by a thermostat and we recommend the HabiStat Pulse Thermostat.
We recommend Arcadia Ceramic Heat Lamps which are available in 50 watts, 100 watts, and 150 watts. The higher the wattage the more heat that they produce.