Using cutting edge technology to produce the most natural and effective wavelengths of Infra-Red being ‘Infra-Red-A’ and ‘Infra-Red-B’. These wavelengths have been almost impossible to replicate in-balance within a small lamp up until now.
- Mimics heat from the sun using the latest in heating technology
- Provides heat deep into the muscle tissue
- Will not disturb night-time cycles
- Wider/safer beam of heat
- Projects Infrared A and B
The sun provides our world and its inhabitants with heat through the terrestrial wavelengths of light termed as ‘Infra-Red-A’ and ‘Infra-Red-B’ but not directly with Infra-Red-C which is filtered out by the atmosphere. The terrestrial wavelengths of light are full of energy as the photons of light travel down into our world.
They are then available directly into an animal’s dermis where they will deliver energy naturally, we term this as being ‘bio-available’. Full-spectrum terrestrial daylight interacts with everything that it encounters and in ectothermic species such as reptiles it is within these wavelengths that they obtain the energy that they need to ‘function’.
Terrestrial wavelengths of IR are also reflected and stored within everything that they encounter. This energy can then be reflected directly or radiated back away into the ecosystem as Infra-Red-C, as heated air. As such everything that energy rich full-spectrum light touches should be thought of as a ‘black body’.
Provides essential heat deep into the body in a safe and natural way as a usable ‘flood’. This allows captive animals to use heat just as they would in the wild, without the risk of overheating associated with tight-beam heat lamps.
The projected heat is available to the animal just as it would be in the wild, firstly by direct exposure to the skin.
Secondly, heat is re-radiated as the stones and decoration used under the basking zone release the heat back upwards, providing belly heat and increasing the ambient temperature.
Infrared-A and Infrared-B provide heat deep within the muscle tissues, warming the animal throughout just as it would in the wild. You can feel this as the warm ‘tingly’ feeling that you experience when you walk out into natural sunlight if you put your hand safely in front of the lamp.