When it’s cold and the ground is frozen, your job suffers. Thaw frozen ground and get back to work quickly with Ground Thawing Blankets from Powerblanket.
Winter is an interesting beast, especially for those who make their livelihood working outside. Often prep takes longer than the actual job itself. Powerblanket has considered the difficulties and delays associated with cold and freezing temperatures and has created a solution. With Powerblanket’s patented heating technology you can prep the ground with little to no effort or supervision on your part.
Ground Thawing for Commercial Plumbing
A south-central Utah plumber said, “I wish I had known about Powerblanket’s ground thawing blankets a couple years ago. We had a job in Mount Pleasant that got so cold that we couldn’t dig. We started laying out thermal blankets every night to avoid the hard freeze that happened overnight. We had to layer the thermal blankets in order to keep the ground warm enough to work each morning. Our progress was slow and labored, and we never knew what we would find at the job site each morning. It would have been so much easier if we had had Powerblankets.”
Some industrial companies also try heating the ground with massive coils or large heating systems, which becomes expensive and cumbersome. This approach requires rental fees, transporting equipment, and a bit more money than the bid allows. Your ground thawing blanket can be used over and over on any frozen job you have.
The high power density in Powerblanket Ground Thawing Blankets helps tackle the difficulty of thawing ground in harsh climates. This line of Powerblanket flat blankets has a higher power density and hotter temperature than our concrete curing blankets. The higher temperatures are ideal for ground thawing applications and curing epoxy or resins.
Why Powerblanket Ground Thawing Blankets?
- High power density thaws frozen ground quickly
- Remove frost prior to concrete pour
- Melt snow and ice from roofs, walkways, and construction areas
- Easily placed and removed
- Can be used to cure epoxy and resins