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Chicken Heated Perch

Chicken Heated Perch

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    AC100-240V 50/60Hz

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    Aluminum + PC

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Product introduction
  • CHICKEN HEATED PERCH - The chicken perch heater prevents frostbite on the chicken's toes and promotes the overall health of your flock. This heating perch not only provides warmth to your chickens but also serves as an practical tool to train them to stand and balance on uneven surfaces.
  • TWO-STAGE TEMPERATURE CONTROL (104°F OR 140°F) - We've upgraded the temperature control with two adjustable settings. Once connected to the power source, the temperature rapidly increases within 15 seconds and maintains it within the ideal range. With this perfect product, your chickens can comfortably endure the cold seasons.
  • OVERHEAT PROTECTION AND ENERGY EFFICIENCY - The safety-designed roost heater ensures no electrical leakage and prevents short circuits and overheating with built-in fuses and thermal fuses. This feature eliminates safety concerns about barn fires due to overheating. The 10W roost perches are highly energy-efficient, offering maximum warmth while minimizing energy consumption.
  • STAINLESS STEEL AND WATERPROOF - The roost heater is constructed from stainless steel, which conducts heat efficiently, ensuring even and consistent heating while retaining heat effectively. It's rust-resistant, making it suitable for long-term use. It's also easy to clean and maintain, keeping your chicken coop clean and comfortable.
  • SUITABLE FOR VARIOUS POULTRY -  chicken foot heaters are designed for small animals, making them suitable for chickens, ducks, geese, pigeons, and other poultry. This ensures your chickens can enjoy the cold season in comfort. Additionally, they can be used for pet birds, but it's important to note that when used for pet birds, the temperature should not exceed 104°F to prevent low-temperature burns.