The Frac Tank Dilemma

Long term construction projects can often necessitate the need for frac tanks, especially when those projects take place in remote areas. But storing water and other temperature-sensitive materials in these mobile units can pose a real problem when the weather doesn’t cooperate.


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Freeze Protect Your Frac Tanks

If you’ve ever worked on a construction site that made use of a frac tank, then you know how integral they can be to the continuity of the operations. If your frac tank fails, then the project could very well fail itself. Truthfully speaking, these large-quantity storage tanks are built to last. Their durability and dependable functionality are certain to weather tough conditions.

However, there is one condition that few, if any, frac tanks are equipped to deal with on their own. And that condition is freezing temperatures. Of course, the obvious question becomes what to do about a frac tank left out in the cold. Well, here’s where Powerblanket® can help.

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If you’re familiar with the common, ready-to-ship products that Powerblanket produces  for drums, totes, barrels, buckets, valves, manifolds, and other seemingly small applications, then you may be surprised to learn that Powerblanket heating products are used for large scale uses as well—even frac tanks. That’s right, frac tanks. The ability Powerblanket has to customize its patented heating solutions has fewer restriction than some may think. So even if you need to protect an entire frac tank from freezing, Powerblanket can help you do just that.

The Powerblanket solution offers insulation and heat distribution, allowing your tank to function well below freezing. Powerblanket patented technology provides even heat distribution over the whole surface area. This allows for consistent, regulated heat to be distributed without the fear of hot or cold spots developing. So if you have the need to mobilize a frac tank to a region that experiences cold weather, you no longer have to worry about what to do when the needle drops. Powerblanket has you covered, quite literally.


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