Heat Lamp Stand
For hanging our Prima Heat Lamp above poultry brooders. Adjustable height allows user to control the surface temperature of the brooder floor.
- Lamp hanging system
- Easy to assemble
- Large 28" x 28" footprint
- Erected: 28"W x 42"H
- Disassembled/Collapsed: 6"L x 6"W x 42"H
- Chain: 26" for adjusting preferred height
- Heat Lamp Clip
- Insert top of leg(s) into yellow cap. Note: Make sure the two holes (in the middle of the legs) face away from the center of the heat lamp stand.
- Screw metal braces into legs using machine screws and nuts (included).
- Insert heat lamp hanger into yellow cap
- Attach chain, heat lamp clip and Prima Heat Lamp (sold separately) at preferred height.
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Penny S from Michigan
This stand is so much safer to use than trying to clip a heat lamp on the box. Easy to put together and works great with the Prima Heat Lamp!
Myra L from New Mexico
The lamp stand is very sturdy and I am able to adjust the heat lamp’s distance very easily. Shipping was fast.
Beverly M from Indiana
Perfect with the Premier 1 heat lamp. Safe and secure. No need to try and figure out how to hang the lamp safely.
Gail G from New Hampshire
Needs larger screws as they can fall out.
Joan T from Virginia
I love the brooder light. The light stand not so much. The screws only hold the bar to the legs for a small amount of time and then they strip out the hole in the plastic legs rendering the stand useless. A lot of money for something that doesn't even last one hatching season.