Infraphil KL2901, Vintage Phillips infrared lamp
Infraphil KL2901, Vintage Phillips infrared lamp.
- Maker: Philips
- Production date: 1946 - 1965, Eindhoven
Superb retro-vintage lamp from Philips. Nice eye-catcher for a retro interior and also extremely useful.
The Infraphil KL2901 is the low-cost successor of the 752-series. The socket holder is made of bakelite. The open construction is very manageable but leaves the lamp vulnerable for mechanical damage. An advantage of this implementation is the ease at which the infrared lamp can be replaced by a blended lamp for ultraviolet treatment. Both variants have been sold separately as well as in combination.
This handy infrared lamp was recommended by Philips for inflammations, bruises, muscle aches and many other conditions.
The lamp is in good working condition and in a neat vintage condition with little traces of use. Includes 150 Watt lamp and with unearthed plug.
- Height: 28 cm.
- Length: 22 cm.
- Width: 18 cm.
It has long been known that in many cases heat can accelerate healing and soothe pain. This heat is administered in a very effective and practical way with the help of the Philips "Infraphil", which ensures that the skin and tissue underneath are heated in such a way that the blood vessels are widened and the blood flow is promoted. - and antibodies are supplied, while degradation products are quickly removed, so the pain is softened and the healing accelerated.
The Infraphil brand
Infraphil is the general brand name for a product group of heat lamps for self-medication, produced and marketed by Royal Philips Electronics NV For all Infraphil products the Philips wordmark or a Philips logo was applied to the luminaires, the packaging, the instructions for use and the heat lamp self. The brand name Infraphil was also applied to the packaging, the user manual, and the heat lamp. The brand name Infraphil only appeared around 1980 on the luminaires.
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