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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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.
Victoria A from New Jersey
As a buyer of these heat lamp stands, before and after the leg changes, I can tell you that the legs are a lot better now. However, the company needs to do something about the screws. While they are self-starting, they often make the holes too big and the screw falls out. They must then be replaced with a bigger screw. A simple change, maybe a self tightening screw would probably help.
Carol K from Virginia
I cannot believe the poor engineering in this stand. It has steel screws going into a tiny hole in the soft plastic legs. The holes will get bigger and bigger, and 2 of mine just stripped to the point where there was no more hold for the threads, making the stand totally unusable, not to mention that you cannot disassemble it and expect to be able to use it again next season. I used to work in aviation engineering and when you had metal fasteners fastening a soft or weak product, you put an INSERT into that product, so the metal had metal-to-metal contact strength. We ended up stacking crates to either side of our brooder and attaching a broom handle with zip ties from which to hang the lamp.