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Urs Oz Black Ceramic Heat Emitter 100w

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I249169-Urs Oz Black Ceramic Heat Emitter 100w
I249169-Urs Oz Black Ceramic Heat Emitter 100w

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URS BLACK CERAMIC 100 WATT HEAT EMITTER. A high quality ceramic heat element for reptiles, which does not emit any light so is suitable for day and night use. Ceramic Heat Emitters have a longer life span then incandescent bulbs. When using URS Ceramic Heat Emitters they must be used in conjunction with URS Safety Cage with Ceramic Fitting to not only protect your Pet but to protect yourself as well. Ceramic Heat Emitter's can reach temperatures in excess of 200oC on the element surface. The Repta Probe Thermostat should also be used to maintain required temperature which will avoid overheating your pet.

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