250 Watt, 120 Volt BR40 Red Safety Coated Reflector Bulb. WARNING: THIS BULB IS NOT TO BE USED NEAR LIVE BIRDS.
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Code: 250BR40 RED-AL-TSG (Safety)
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Product Notes: WARNING: THIS BULB IS NOT TO BE USED NEAR LIVE BIRDS. Safety Coating Produces Trace Amounts of Gas That Is Known To Be Fatal to Birds
Advanced Lamp Coatings brand Safety Coated RED incandescent heat lamp. 250 Watts and 120 volts for more power and heat. BR40 size and shape fits into the larger sized heating fixures sometimes found in both homes and businesses.
Red color blocks more visible light, while letting infra-red spectrum through
Safety coating contains glass fragments in the event of breakage
WARNING: THIS BULB IS NOT TO BE USED NEAR LIVE BIRDS. Safety Coating Produces Trace Amounts of Gas That Is Known To Be Fatal to Birds