Are you looking for heating solutions for roofing material? Whether you’re roofing in the spring, summer, fall, or winter, you need to keep your roofing material hot and ready to roll. From adhesives to mineral surfaced roll roofing, the Powerblanket® Hot Box can help you keep your roofing materials warm and ready year round with portable, easy-to-use heating solutions.
Heating Solutions for Roofing Material: The Powerblanket Hot Box
Research has shown that installing roofing materials in cold weather can negatively effect the integrity of the roof. Cold temperatures lead shingle glues to have a higher viscosity. This means the glue is too hard to set the shingles together properly. The ductile-to-brittle transition seems to happen in temperatures below 40 degrees Fahrenheit, and is usually when manufacturers void warranties for roofing products. With a recommended temperature of 70 to 80 degrees to roof, Powerblanket Hot Boxes and temperature controllers can solve the cold weather roofing dilemma.
In addition, the Powerblanket Hot Box (also known as the Bulk Material Warmer) is a great for countless applications. You can use the economical Hot Box for tar, adhesives, laminates, mineral surfaced roll roofing, and all other roofing materials. This will not only protect your supplies from freezing in cold weather, but will protect from inefficiency. By using the transportable and easy-to-assemble Hot Box and Beacon temperature controller, you can keep your materials at the ideal temperature regardless of what the weather is like.
Moreover, the Powerblanket Hot Box is designed with great structural integrity. Every unit comes with an internal, freestanding frame and can be easily assembled, disassembled, and reassembled. This makes the Hot Box ideal both for long-term storage of palletized product and on-site heating. Additionally, the option for an adjustable thermostatic controller gives you the ability to control the temperature range in order to prevent over or under-heating your product.
Powerblanket® Hot Boxes:
- Preserves temperature sensitive material
- Installs quickly and effortlessly, and is compact and portable for storage
- Heats palletized products: tar, resins, laminate, adhesives, mineral surfaced roll roofing, etc.
- Features top and side access doors.
- Is certified to UL and CSA safety standards
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