IBC 1 Heating Jacket - 1000L
Some products simply require warming to avoid winter freezing or reduce viscosity. The lower-cost ‘IBC1’ single circuit heating jacket is a cost-effective alternative when the faster heating times of the IBC2 are not required.
IBC 2 Heating Jacket - 1000L
Our dual circuit ‘IBC2’ heating jacket is an ideal solution for customers requiring liquids to be heated as rapidly and evenly as possible. The two high power heating circuits enable the top and bottom of each jacket to be separately controlled with integrated thermostats.
Standard sizes for all types are designed to fit Industry Standard containers (thus have an adjustable length of 4,060 – 4,310mm & are 950mm wide), but custom formats can easily and rapidly be made to client specifications. Insulated IBC lids are also available to reduce heat loss to a minimum. These are supplied with a folding flap in the middle for access to the centre fill-cap.
The outer surfaces of each jacket utilize tough, water-resistant nylon materials. Inner layers are manufactured using unique coated glass cloths for protection from chemicals and long term temperature durability. A heavy-duty waterproof PVC cover is also available for additional protection when used outdoors.
Supply / Power: 110v or 240v. One (IBC1) or two (IBC2) separate circuits.
Electrical insulation: Double insulated.
Power Cable: 5m, 2 x 1mm2, PVC insulated, sheathed, galvanized steel wire braided, per circuit.
Control: Integrated adjustable thermostats. IBC2 standard: 0 to 90oC, IBC1 standard: -5 to 40oC.
Jacket Material: Outer face, single-sided hydrolysis resistant, polyurethane-coated polyamide substrate with a fluorocarbon finish. Base fabric nylon 66 standard. Inner face, custom polyester coated glass cloth.
Insulation: Stitch bonded, needled, non-combustible glass fibre mat.
Element: Silicone rubber insulated spirally-wrapped resistance wire Ingress Protection: At least IP4x
A PVC waterproof cover will be needed if the IBC is positioned outside, open to the rain.