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Winter is Coming! Here are 6 Powerblanket® Products to Keep Your Products Warm


Drum BlanketWarming blankets can save you hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars in the winter by keeping your products at just the right temperature. Whether your spraying paint, using product for road repair, or trying to keep your propane usable, every product has an ideal temperature for its use. Depending on the product you’re trying to keep warm you can save money in both dry time, application time, or by not having your product ruined by freezing. Below are 4 different Powerblanket® products that can make the winter months bearable.

1. Drum and Bucket Warmer

Surround your buckets and drums with a warm blanket to keep your product at just the right application temperature. Also…

  • Heat, insulate, and protect materials all year long.
  • The full insulated wrap keeps heat in and the cold out.
  • The blankets are good to cover any type of drum/bucket. Metal? Poly? No problem.
  • Blankets can maintain a constant temperature that you set.

2. Tote and DEF Tote Heater

Do you have a square/rectangle shaped tote that you need to keep warm? This is the product you need. The Powerblanket Tote Heater is specifically designed to fit 275 and 330 gallon IBC totes. The blankets include an adjustable thermostat controller giving you the temp control you need.

  • Easy to install.
  • Save your product by keeping it within a temp range that is safe.
  • Distribute heat evenly.
  • Safely heat a wide range of materials.
  • Thermostat control allows adjusting without overheating.

3. Gas Cylinder Warmer

Optimize the gas temperature to increase the vaporization rate. When propane decreases in temperature the vaporization rate also decreases, sometimes to the point of being unusable. Prevent this from happing by wrapping your propane tanks with a temperature controlled blanket.

  • Insulated blanket that not only heats but also reduces heat loss.
  • Increase vaporization rate of gas. This will save you money.

Gas cylinder warming blankets will extend your gas mileage, saving you money, and eliminate/lower unnecessary refills in harsh winter conditions.

4. Multi-Duty and Extra-Hot Blankets

Reducing dry time in the winter through the use of warming blankets can get you on the next job faster.

  • Cure concrete faster.
  • Spread the heat energy evenly over the surface for an even dry time.
  • Save money in labor by reducing the dry-time so you can get to the next job.

Flat warming blankets can also keep your truck engine warm allowing it to fire up in the coldest of conditions.

5. Bulk Material Warmer (Hot Box)

Do you need to keep a pallet of material all the same temp? Instead of using individual bucket warmers, try the Powerblanket Hot Boxes. You can keep bags, buckets, pails, and anything else, that’s best used at warmer temperatures, warm. Throw a hot box around your pallet and you’re good to go.

  • Compact and portable for easy, quick, install.
  • Features top and side access doors.
  • Heat palletized products like paint, caulk, resins, and epoxies.

The adjustable thermostat keeps everything at the temperature you set.

6. Foam Box and Cylinder Warmer

This box shaped warmer is smaller than the Hot Box that’s made for pallets. This box is perfect for that box of spray foam, or a box of caulk. Keep these products usable in the winter months with an even heat source.

  • Allow foam to function properly, keep jobs on schedule.
  • Warm caulking, paints, and work supplies.
  • Heat hoses, nozzles, guns, and equipment
  • Feature a top lid for easy product access.

It’s not easy working in the winter when battling the elements. Power blankets are essential to keep jobs moving forward and on budget. If you have any questions about how you can order these products please give us a call, or contact us via our contact form.

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