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Infrared heat lamps emit near and middle infrared wavelengths as well as visible light at the red end of the spectrum. this 125 watt, 120 volt bulb has instant warm up and a 5000 hour rated service life. these bulbs are ideal for bathrooms, food warming and chicken farming applications., ge lighting 48069 heat lamp 125-watt br40 light bulb with medium base, 1-pack. ge heat lamps have many uses around the home, garage, and workshop. use ge heat lamps at home to heat small areas of the bathroom and workbench, or to prevent freezing of water pipes, car radiators and pumps..

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Heat lamps are a great example of how light bulbs can be used in special applications to fill a specific need through their infrared (ir) properties. they are referred to as "infrared" because the heat is invisible and "below" the red that the human eye can see. many people ask us if there is really a difference between red and clear lenses?