Do you have livestock? If so, you may be interested in infrared lamps. Infrared lamps provide several benefits for livestock, including increased production and better health. In this blog post, we will discuss the benefits of infrared lamps and how they can help your livestock thrive.
Infrared lamps emit infrared heat and a specific wavelength
of light that is invisible to the naked eye. This wavelength of light is known to penetrate the skin and provide several benefits. For example, infrared light can increase blood circulation, reduce inflammation, and soothe muscle pain. Additionally, infrared light has been shown to boost the immune system and
If you’re interested in light therapy, we offer a range of infrared lamps, so it is important to choose one that is specifically designed to your needs. Make sure to read the product description carefully to ensure that the lamp you choose is safe for your animals.
Why are infrared lamps useful for animals?
Infrared lamps provide a range of health benefits for animals, including improved circulation, reduced inflammation, and accelerated healing. Additionally, infrared heat can help to relieve pain and improve joint flexibility.
There are several diverse ways in which animals can benefit from infrared heat therapy, making it a versatile treatment option for a variety of conditions. If your animal is experiencing any type of discomfort, talk to your veterinarian about whether infrared therapy could be right for them.
Please note, Infrared heat therapy is not appropriate for all animals and conditions. Always consult with a veterinarian before beginning any new treatment regimen. If your animal is experiencing any type of discomfort
How Does Infrared Heating Work?
Our lamps produce infrared radiation, which bounces around the room like conventional radiators heat the air surrounding them. These beams will impact things and people, absorbing heat and then re-emitting any remaining energy into the area around them, continuing the cycle. Infrared heaters are popular in households with pets since they provide multiple benefits, including several installation approaches. Our infrared lamps may be installed on the wall, on the ceiling, or on the floor.
Pointing the infrared lights towards where the animals sleep is a clever idea.
As this is the centre, you may make certain that their bedding stays toasty for when they take their siesta.
Easy Cleaning and Maintenance
Most infrared lamps require little attention. The heater will require cleaning occasionally with a microfiber cloth during its 30-year lifespan. If fur or dirt enters the heater, simply wipe it away with a slightly damp cloth using broad and uniform strokes. Also, do not be concerned about any water damage since the heaters are waterproofed.
Infrared Lamps FAQ
Is red light and infrared light the same?
Infrared light, unlike red light, has a wavelength of 700 to 200 nanometres and is invisible on the electromagnetic scale. Instead of seeing infrared light, we feel it as heat; the human body naturally emits infrared energy, making it a safe and efficient treatment.
What is the difference between a heat lamp and an infrared lamp?
The main difference between traditional heating systems and infrared lamps is the amount of heat they emit. Infrared lamps emit as much as 6% of their heat in the form of radiation, compared to only 50% for traditional electric lamps. This means that the infrared radiation can pass through the air without heating it up, unlike radiators which work by circulating warm air.
How close should you position an infrared lamp?
Adjust the distance between the device surface and the device head to 12" (30 cm) for a warm and comfortable sensation. Actual placement should be decided on a case-by-case basis. A distance of 12" (30 cm) will provide for a device temperature of 40 "C.
What are the side effects of infrared?
Animals who are subjected to too much infrared radiation may suffer eye and skin damage.