240V 100W I.R. RED REFL ES CAP R95

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Product Brochure

Introducing the CLHG1015 by Curalux, a cutting-edge 100W I.R. RED REFL ES CAP R95 Hard Glass Lamp designed to bring warmth and comfort to any space. This high-quality product operates at 240V, providing powerful and efficient infrared heat emission. The hard glass construction ensures durability and longevity, making it suitable for various indoor and outdoor applications. The advanced design and technology of the CLHG1015 deliver consistent and reliable performance, making it an ideal choice for heating large areas or specific zones. Whether used for domestic or commercial purposes, this lamp offers exceptional energy efficiency and cost-effectiveness. Enhance your environment with the radiant warmth and soothing glow of the CLHG1015, expertly crafted by Curalux to meet the highest industry standards. Illuminate your surroundings with the reliable and efficient performance of the CLHG1015 and embrace the comfort it brings.

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Main Colour
Energy Efficiency Rating
Light Colour
Warm White
Infra Red
Output Voltage
Bulb Shape Code
Bulb Life Hours
5,000-9,999 hrs
Bulb Shape
Number of Bulbs
EC Range
A++ - E
heat lamp, Heat Resistant
Bulb Wattage
Lighting Technology
Labels & Certifications
CE Marking
Advice and Help Basics

Caring for reptiles, pigs, and chickens requires specific knowledge and attention to ensure the health and well-being of your animals. Here are some tips and advice to help you with their care:

1. Proper Housing: Provide a suitable enclosure that mimics their natural habitat. Research the specific needs of your reptile, including temperature, lighting, humidity, and substrate.
2. Diet: Feed your reptile a balanced diet consisting of live insects, fruits, and vegetables. Adjust their diet as they grow and research the specific dietary requirements of your reptile species.
3. Hydration: Ensure a constant supply of clean, fresh water for your reptile. Some reptiles may prefer to drink from water bowls, while others may benefit from regular misting or soaking.
4. Environmental Enrichment: Offer appropriate hiding spots, climbing materials, and diverse objects in the enclosure to allow your reptile to exhibit natural behaviors.
5. Veterinary Care: Regular check-ups are essential to detect any potential health issues. Find a reptile-savvy veterinarian who can provide proper care and advice.

1. Shelter and Space: Pigs need adequate shelter to protect them from extreme weather conditions. They should have enough space to roam freely and express natural behaviors.
2. Diet: Feed your pig a balanced diet that includes commercial pig feed, fresh vegetables, and fruits. Avoid feeding them foods that are toxic to pigs, such as chocolate or onions.
3. Exercise: Pigs are active animals and require regular exercise. Allow them to roam outdoors in a secure area or provide them with enough space indoors to move around.
4. Hygiene: Keep their living area clean and well-maintained. Pigs are relatively clean animals, but regular clean-ups and proper waste management are essential.
5. Veterinary Care: Schedule regular veterinary check-ups to ensure your pig's health is monitored. Vaccinations, deworming, and preventive care are important to keep them healthy.

1. Housing: Provide a secure and spacious coop that protects them from predators, drafts, and extreme weather. Allow them enough space to roam outside the coop during the day.
2. Diet: Feed your chickens a balanced diet consisting of commercial chicken feed, grains, vegetables, and calcium supplements. Offer fresh water at all times.
3. Safety: Protect your chickens from predators by securing the coop with appropriate fencing. Regularly inspect the coop for signs of damage or weakness.
4. Egg Collection: Collect eggs daily to maintain their freshness. Provide clean nesting areas and boxes to encourage proper egg-laying behavior.
5. Health Care: Monitor your chickens for signs of illness, parasites, or injuries. Consult a poultry veterinarian if you notice any health concerns.

Remember, it's essential to research and understand the specific needs of each species you're caring for. Providing a suitable environment, a balanced diet, and regular veterinary care will help keep your reptiles, pigs, and chickens healthy and happy.