Increase Gas Flow Rate Solutions for You

Increase Gas Flow Rate “How do I increase my gas flow rate?”  Search this question online, and you may get some of the answers below: Pressure of the gas in a container is created by the number of collisions the molecules have with each other and with the surface of the container. Increasing the number […]

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Custom Heaters and Heat Solutions

CUSTOM HEATERS Powerblanket® engineers solve every kind of temperature problem from simple to very complex. Need a custom heater or need a system of custom heaters?  Our expertise guarantees satisfied customers in a very short turnaround time, often in less than three weeks from design to delivery.   We have created custom heaters for: Frac […]

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How Heat Cools: High Heat Applications from Powerblanket

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Custom Tank Heaters: The Perfect Approach to Heating Solutions

It would be absolutely ridiculous to assume that all tanks come in the same shapes and sizes, whether they hold water, gas, chemicals, or some other matter. We all know that this simply isn’t the case. While there are certainly standard measurements for specialty gas tanks, water tanks, and others, the range of variance between […]

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Custom Heating Solutions Don’t Take as Long as You Think

Often times when we think of customization, or taking a custom approach to something, the first thing that comes to mind is time. “How long is that going to take?” we ask ourselves. Well, in the case of Powerblanket custom heating solutions, not too long at all. Our custom approach to heating solutions doesn’t take […]

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Heating and Hazardous Locations

Working in hazardous locations means you have to exercise serious caution regarding procedure, protocol, and equipment usage. What’s more, heating in hazardous locations takes all the more care and detail to make certain you aren’t adding fuel to a potential fire. This is why Powerblanket offers products certified to national safety standards.   Class I […]

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Propane Tanks and How to Care for Them

Whether you’re a homeowner who relies on propane for heating, or a business leader who uses if for industrial purposes, propane is a versatile and important commodity. However, as helpful as propane is to us, we often overlook the need of caring for our propane tanks year round.   Caring for Your Propane: Tank and […]

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Powerblanket Receives Manufacturer of the Year Award from UMA

If you haven’t seen this headline somewhere else on the web by now, we’re happy to tell you all about it here. Utah Manufacturers Association recently awarded Powerblanket something we’re pretty happy about. Read on to learn more about the UMA Manufacturer of the Year Award.   UMA and Manufacturer of the Year Utah Manufacturers […]

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Powerblanket® Specialty Gas Cylinder Heaters and Semiconductor Manufacturing

  Powerblanket® gas heating products maintain specialty gas flow rates during semiconductor manufacturing. It’s important for everything to be precise with the semiconductor manufacturing process. Contamination, temperature variance, and other variables can ruin the process. Powerblanket® products can play a vital role in maintaining specialty gas flow rates during semiconductor manufacturing. Semiconductor Manufacturers Must Keep […]

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Ideal Temperature Control for Semiconductor Manufacturing

If you know anything about semiconductor manufacturing, then you know how precise everything has to be. There can be no contamination, no variance in temperature, and no room for error. That’s why Powerblanket® products play a vital role in maintaining ideal temperature for gases used in the manufacturing process of semiconductors.   Close Enough Isn’t […]

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