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For sale we have a Powerblanket Heated Concrete Blanket 3' x 10' MD0310
Brand new, opened box only to test!
Asking $260.

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Powerblanket is the Ultimate Heating Solution for Cold Weather Concrete Curing
Those in the concrete industry know that
cold weather can have detrimental effects on the concrete curing process. In the winter, concrete cures more slowly, unless of course, the fresh concrete is protected and perhaps heated externally to create an environment for the concrete to cure faster.

Concrete hardens, gains strength, and attains desirable properties at a rate proportional to the temperature at which it is cured. The Cold Weather Concreting Committee (ACI 306) defines cold weather as 'when the air temperature has fallen to, or is expected to fall below 40 ºF (4.5 ºC)'.

Why Choose Powerblanket Concrete Curing Blankets?
Powerblanket Concrete Curing Blankets provide a manageable way to cure concrete effectively and confidently in the cold weather months. Even in warm weather, Powerblanket Curing Blankets increase production by rapidly curing with consistent, even heat. Year-round applications include: precast, concrete countertops and decorative concrete.

Why Choose Powerblanket Concrete Curing Blankets?
* Quickly heats to a preset 100 degree Fahrenheit / 38 degree Celsius (± 10 degree Fahrenheit / 3 degree Celsius).

* Provide cold weather concreting strength of 3,925 in 72 hours.

* Cures concrete 2.8 times faster than conventional blankets.

* Reduce downtime and increase profitability.

* Prevent a freeze cycle.

Why Choose Powerblanket Concrete Curing Blankets?
* Maintain moisture throughout hydrating process

* Thaw ground and frost from job site prior to pour

* Maintain ACI compliance for cold weather concreting

* Easily installed and removed

* Certified to UL/CSA/CE standards

Curing In-Place Concrete
What is Curing?
Curing is the maintaining of an adequate moisture content and temperature in concrete at early ages so that it can develop properties the mixture was designed to achieve. Curing begins immediately after placement and finishing so that the concrete may develop the desired strength and durability.

Temperature is an important factor in proper curing since the rate of hydration and therefore, strength development is faster at a higher temperatures. Generally, concrete temperatures should be maintained above 50 degree Fahrenheit (10 degree Celsius) for an adequate rate of strength development. Further a uniform temperature should be maintained through the concrete section while it is gaining strength to avoid thermal cracking.

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