Philips Family of Specialty Incandescents provide the perfect light for dramatic accents and display lighting as well as general lighting in a variety of applications. Philips Infrared lamps are suited for heating and drying in industrial and commercial aplications. These incandescent, gas-filled infrared heat lamps come up to full temperature almost immediately, eliminating costly warm-up time. Highly efficient heat generators that produce a minimum of light rays and a high amount of infrared radiation. The BR40 lamp provides a built-in reflector for radiant energy control.
27 [Average laboratory life in excess of 5000 hours. In-service life depends upon service conditions. (27)]
87 [Do not allow hot bulb to come in contact with liquid or metal parts of the fixture, as glass may shatter. Do not use outdoors. Do not operate in close proximity to flammable materials or those adversely affected by heat or drying. Operate only in heat resistant sockets. (87)]
89 [CAUTION: Do not operate in close proximity to flammable materials or those adversely affected by heat or drying. Operate only in heat resistant sockets. WARNING: Use carefully. May cause serious burns. Do not use over insensitive skin areas or in the presence of poor circulation. The unattended use of infrared heat by children or incapacitated persons may be dangerous.—Lamp should not be placed closer that 18" to the surgace being irritated.—Do not use dor therapeutic or topical applications unless recommended by a physician.—For food warming, use only lamps with heat resisting glass. (89)]
920 [Circle E-The encircled E means this bulb meets Federal minimum efficiency standards.]