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Maintenance of IBC and tanker loads at optimum temperatures

02 December 2008

Tyco Thermal Controls’ specialist Isopad business has developed a range of heaters for IBC’s and tankers to maintain product loads at optimum temperature. It offers an extensive selection of electric heating blankets and heating panels as standard or will design and customise application-specific solutions to meet customer requirements.

Maintenance of IBC and tanker loads at optimum temperatures
Maintenance of IBC and tanker loads at optimum temperatures

Many chemicals, fuels, adhesives, paints, foodstuffs, beverages etc. that are transported in IBCs or tankers are temperature sensitive and require maintaining within specific temperature ranges to prevent them spoiling, becoming difficult to handle or even changing state.

Isopad designs and manufactures a range of electrical heating systems for IBCs and mobile tankers of all types, with heating blankets, panels and heating elements mounted directly and securely on the tank surface using a special spring fixing construction. The available formats extend from foil heaters for single journeys through to semi-permanent designs for multi-delivery schedules.

Isopad container heaters are maintenance-free and give an even heat dissipation on the load. They can be designed to any shape, dimension, voltage and temperature requirement using the most appropriate cable types. Temperature limiters can be incorporated within the heaters or, with the addition of a sensor and temperature controller, the customer gets the flexibility to set a required temperature for each specific load.

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