Zoo Med ReptiCare Ceramic Infrared Heat Emitter 100 watt, for 30-40 Gallon Terrarium use Bundle with Carolina Custom Cages Chlorhexidine Solution 2%; 1 Refill Makes 32 oz. of Working Solution Description
Use a Zoo Med ReptiCare Ceramic Infrared Heat Emitter 100 watt, when you need a 24-hour heat source for specific reptiles in a 30-40 gallon tank application. These porcelain heating devices screw into a standard porcelain incandescent socket, giving off intense ‘muscle-penetrating’ infrared heat, while emitting no light. The flat-faced design is more efficient and longer lasting than conical designs which build up excess heat internally, ultimately carbonizing the element. We have packed this ceramic heat emitter inside a bubblewrap-lined corrugated box to improve the odds that they will reach you unbroken. Hopefully this extra packaging will compensate for Amazonâs shipping inadequacies and UPSâs irresponsible abuse. We have also included a bottle of our Chlorhexidine Solution 2%; 1 refill makes 32 oz. of working solution â just add water! This is the best cleaner for your reptileâs habitat; used and recommended by exotic animal vets for cleaning your cages and other habitat items. We love this anti-bacterial, anti-fungal cleaner because it is easy to use and non-toxic to our reptiles. Great for daily maintenance cleaning as well as monthly cleaning from top to bottom. See also our Carolina Custom Cagesâ listing for âChlorhexidine Solution 2%; 32 oz. Sprayer, plus 2 refillsâ and our listing for âChlorhexidine Solution 2%; 3 refills make 32 oz. each of working solutionâ. This ceramic infrared heat emitter is also helpful if you need a night time heat source to maintain a minimum temperature level; controlled by a digital timer. Temperature outputs can vary depending on the type and brand of habitat, substrate and dÃ©cor accessories. FOR SAFETY, before introducing your animal into the heated habitat, please allow 3 to 6 hours of initial warm-up time and then check the surface temps. We strongly recommend that you regularly take surface temp readings; to be aware of any changes due to seasonal or other issues.