Concrete Curing Temperature Makes a Difference

Concrete Curing Temperature Whether the conditions are hot or freezing, the ideal concrete curing temperature should be maintained at about 55°F to achieve the optimum concrete strength. Curing the Hoover Dam At its completion in 1935, the Hoover Dam was the largest dam in the world and a marvel of labor and engineering.  The first […]

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Process Heating Engineering: Tank Heaters

Process Heating Engineering: Tank Heaters Powerblanket® Engineer Favorite #2 The second installment of the Powerblanket Engineer Favorites comes to us from Coastal Drilling.  Coastal Drilling is a drilling company serving the South Texas drilling market, providing both daywork and turnkey contracts along with operating inland barge rigs in the shallow waters of the Gulf Coast. […]

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IBC Heater Solutions for Sensitive Products

IBC Heater IBC Heater blankets are an excellent temperature control solution for your sensitive products. Simplify with an IBC (intermediate bulk container) Heater Jacket Most chemicals and industrial supplies have stringent storage and temperature requirements. Cold temperatures can be particularly troublesome. If you store chemicals or other industrial supplies in large totes, it’s difficult to […]

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5 Helpful Tips for Winter Construction Efficiency

5 Tips for Winter Construction Working outside during the cold winter months presents many obstacles; however, some jobs will not wait for better circumstances. Below are some tips and solutions to improve winter construction. 1) KEEP YOUR EMPLOYEES SAFE Train your employees in proper winter construction precautions.  Encourage everyone to wear layers of loose-fitting clothing, […]

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Heated Walkway Mat-NEW!

HEATED WALKWAY MAT What is more beautiful than fresh, untouched snow in morning light?  A clear walkway that you didn’t have to shovel or salt!  Snow is beautiful, but that beauty comes with a cost: shoveling, slippery stairs, ice, repeat.  Many home and business owners would love a quick winter fix. Powerblanket is pleased to […]

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Epoxy Curing: The Economic Approach

Epoxy curing has its challenges. Most resins for composite construction need post curing heat assistance. There are different approaches you can take for post curing temperature control. But of all the tactics and options available, there are really only two kinds: those that cost a lot of money and those that don’t.   Post Curing […]

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Freeze Protection for Chemical Injection Tanks

Chemical injection tanks can be found all over the oil piping and drilling industry, as well as in water treatment facilities. In fact, they can be found in many different sectors for many different reasons. But as versatile as they are, a chemical injection tank is no match for cold weather, not on its own […]

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Custom Heating Solutions for Welding Prep

Prepping pipes and other surfaces for welding can be a real challenge regardless of the ambient temperature. The surface needs to be hot for welding, and that’s why Powerblanket has created custom heating solutions for welding prep, to enable preheating for just about any welding job.   Welding Prep: Bringing the Heat When it comes […]

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Grave Digging and Ground Thawing

We’re gradually approaching warmer weather now, but it’ll still be some time before the ground thaws and makes digging a lot less difficult. That’s why we’d like to introduce you to our Ground Thawing Blankets. For those in concrete, grave digging, utility maintenance, or any other digging / ground-prep-related project, Powerblanket® Ground Thawing Blankets can […]

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Powerblanket® Hot Box and Curing Blankets for Post Curing

When it comes to post curing, maintaining ideal temperature is a must. And if you’re post curing small to medium sized parts, then you may find yourself using expensive ovens, or else taking a whole lot of time and money to build your own. Thankfully, you don’t need to do either of these with the […]

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