Specifications
19B2Z3 is a 240v explosion-proof 330 Gallon IBC Tote Heater Certified by UL, CE, CSA Safety Standards for Class I Division 2 area from Powerblanket®. Safely heat hazardous materials. Because Class 1 Division 2 hazardous location certified heaters cannot contain a sparking component, this heater does not have a plug. This tote blanket can deliver 1440 watts of heating power and heats to a temperature of 145® F, providing convenient temperature control for IBC Totes. The built in thermostat keeps IBC Tote liquids at a consistent temperature. Great for freeze protection and viscosity control in C1D2 hazardous rated environments.

This tote blanket heats to a temperature of 145® F, providing convenient temperature control for IBC Totes. The built in thermostat keeps IBC Tote liquids at a consistent temperature. Great for freeze protection and viscosity control in C1D2 hazardous rated environments.

Key benefits
  • Certified by UL, CE, CSA Safety Standards for Class 1 Division 2 Areas
  • Preset thermostat set at 145° F | 63° C
  • Ideal for heating 330 gallon Intermediate Bulk Containers

Disclaimer:

This information has been provided as a general guide. It is the customer's responsibility to select the proper container for product and application compatibility.

Additional Information

More Information
Capacity 330 gal.
Voltage 240v
CSA Approved Yes - CSA Approved
Dimensions 174" L x 174" W x 56" H
Weight 43 lbs.
Pallet Pack 5 ea.
Country of Manufacture United States
Warranty 1 Year Warranty
Q & A
Customer Questions
Where are these products made?
Powerblankets are proudly manufactured entirely in the United States.
Is this product UL Listed or Safety Certified?
This product is ETL listed to UL/CSA electrical safety specifications. We offer options rated for CID2 hazardous area use.
What is this product made of?
Powerblanket heaters and chillers are made entirely from industrial grade materials.
Is this product Explosion Proof or Intrinsically Safe?
The proper zone classifications for operating standards within the United States would be Class 1 Division 1 (CID1) or Class 1 Division 2 (CID2). We offer a wide range of temperature control products for hazardous area locations. For more information, please contact your customer service representative.
What is the difference between the Powerblanket lines?
Powerblanket has three product classes that provide varying levels of temperature control. ● Powerblanket LITE products are designed for smaller scale heating jobs. They feature greater energy efficiency and heightened safety. ● Powerblanket Standard products include a sturdy vinyl shell that endures low temperatures including -20° F (-29° C). Keep your equipment warm in below 0° F (-18° C) temperatures. ● Powerblanket Xtreme products are made for harsh climates and provide a tough and long-lasting vinyl shell. They can be operated in -60° F (-51° C) weather and offer the ultimate protection and warmth for your equipment.
How hot does this product get?
Powerblankets are created for a specific task or goal. Therefore, they can be application specific right out of the box. Powerblankets operate with internal, pre-set thermostats with varying ranges depending on the type of product and can be anywhere between 70.0° F to 150.0° F (20° C to 66° C) in standard products. Please see product specifications or contact us for more details.
How long does this take to heat up?
The time this product takes to heat up depends on dozens of variables such as ambient temperature, the contents of the container and more but the desired temperature should be achieved fairly quickly.
It doesn’t feel hot when I touch it. How can I tell it the product works?
Powerblanket temperature ranges will vary by product type and can be found anywhere from 70.0° F to 150.0° F (20° C to 66° C) in standard or ready to ship products. The heater is designed to operate at the perfect temperature range for the stated application which may require maintenance of temperatures near body temperature. If you are concerned this product isn’t working, the instruction manual guides you through how to test the electrical components to make sure.
How should this product be stored? Can it be repaired?
Powerblanket products are designed to be folded in a specific way. Storing them in this manner will help increase their longevity. Repairs on the internal materials or components are not recommended or offered for this product, but external repairs are possible.
Is this product rated for outdoor use?
Powerblanket products are rated for outdoor use and can be exposed to the elements without issue. However, despite doing well even in inclement weather it is not recommended to submerge them.
Can you walk on this?
No, it is not advisable to walk on Powerblanket products with the exception of the Summerstep line.
Can Powerblankets be overlapped?
No, as a Self-Regulating electrical device Powerblankets should not be overlapped and doing so may lead to inaccurate temperature readings and product damage.
Can I roll this product up for storage?
Since Powerblankets are created to be folded in a certain way, we recommend storing them as intended to increase product life.
What is the maximum temperature of this heater and how long does it take to reach it?
Temperature ranges will vary by product type and can be found anywhere from 70.0° F to 150.0° F in standard or ready to ship products. This heater is designed to operate at the perfect temperature range for the stated application which may require maintenance of temperatures around body temperature. If you are concerned this product isn’t working, the instruction manual guides you through how to test the electrical components to make sure.
What is the length of the cord?
This varies per product type from 2’ to 15’ for standard products. You may use an extension cord with consideration to power and distance.
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