Explosion Proof Drum And Tote Heaters

Powerblanket’s explosion proof drum heaters and tote heaters allow for easy, proper storage and heating for a variety of industrial supplies and chemicals. While band heaters provide good protection, the heat source is localized and can lead to uneven heating, hot spots, cold spots, and poor flow characteristics for certain materials. Tote and drum heaters add a level of control with even heat throughout the product, freeze protection, and efficient energy use. This is especially important with hazardous industrial supplies. Improper storage of hazardous materials can lead to costly damage and waste. C1D2 explosion proof heaters offer an extra layer of protection for materials stored in hazardous locations.

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Hazardous Area Heaters

SAFETY CERTIFIED FOR HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS

Have peace of mind with explosion proof heaters certified to the highest safety standards for use in a variety of hazardous locations.

PROTECT CRITICAL MATERIALS

Preserve expensive materials and prevent product waste without overheating or burning

IMPROVE VISCOSITY AND FLOW

Hazardous area heaters deliver safe, distributed heat to temperature sensitive materials and maintain desired flow

EFFICIENT HEAT DISTRIBUTION

Insulated, full wrap design prevents hot and cold spots and wraps the container in even, consistent heat

EASY INSTALLATION

Easily installed and removed and works on both steel and poly drums

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Powerblanket drum and bucket heaters are a drastic improvement over the original band heaters we used to offer. With Powerblanket products we no longer have to worry about overheating or unpredictable thermostats. The Powerblanket Technology provides uniform heat throughout the entire barrel of product which is paramount to what we do. Powerblanket products are very durable, look great, and are the only heaters we will offer our customers.
MIKE ROBERTS
MANAGER HOWARD MARTEN FLUID TECHNOLOGIES

VISCOSITY REDUCTION BASICS

Viscosity is a complicated and sometimes confusing topic and understanding how to lower viscosity is a challenge during cold winter months. A fluid that is viscous will be thick, sticky, and semifluid in consistency. Increased friction and/or increasing temperature will change viscosity.

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