HIBC/B – Container Heaters
All HIBC container heaters are manufactured to conform to the EEC low voltage and EMC directives and CE marked accordingly. It is advised that power to the heater jacket be disconnected when the container is either empty or being filled, or upon installation or removal of the heater itself. It is recommended that the unit be operated in a dry environment with the container vented to avoid build up of internal pressure.
Providing an efficient heating system the HIBC/B jackets are ideal for reducing the viscosity of a variety of products including fats, oils and foodstuffs, to enable the decanting of the pro-duct into smaller containers or process lines.
Used throughout the world by a multitude of industries from pharmaceutical to chemical, cosmetic to food, the HIBC/B heater is the ideal solution for heating liquid materials stored in intermediate bulk containers.
Suitable for all types of IBC this heater jacket has quick release adjustable buckles for ease of installation and removal and is designed with upper and lower heat zones, each with separate thermostatic control. This allows for the upper heating zone to be switched off once the content level has fallen below half way Unlike expensive conventional ovens, the heater jacket allows the IBC to be heated at its point of use. Or once heated the IBC can be moved with the jacket in position and still maintain the temperature for longer tanks to the high efficiency thermal insulation. With 1000 Watts per zone and optional insulation lid the heater jacket offers a cost effective way of heating IBC’s.
- Custom Design
- Teflon/Polyester Jacket
- Dual Power Circuits
- Thermally Insulated
- Adjustable Quick / Release Buckles
- 0 to 40°C or 0 to 90°C / Thermostat
- Bespoke Sizes to Order
- 3 Metre Power Cable
- Double Insulation IP40
|Size:||1000mm x 4400mm (3900mm heated length)|
|Rating:||110 or 230 Volts
2 circuits each 1000 Watts
|Temp. Control:||0°C to 40°C or 0°C to 90°C|
|Performance:||Water temp. with insulation lid
15°C to 80°C in 56 hours.