Deep Ground Thawing
Ground Thawing Blankets by ALCO provide heat when and where contractors need it. Our electric-powered blankets are perfect for ground thawing so critical winter-time construction projects can continue. When it’s cold outside, the ground can often freeze and make your job harder or impossible. Thaw the frozen ground with ease and resume working by applying our amazing heated ground thawing blankets. Our goal is to help you prep the ground as quickly as possible and with few efforts; thus saving you time, money, and the trouble of working in inhospitable environments.
If you are located in an area with cold and dry weather, the ground can suffer from deep freezes which make digging far harder than it should be. While snow can be an insulator, you will still have to remove it. Waiting the winter out is often not an option. A company with strict calendar deadlines cannot afford to wait until the warmer months arrive. Here is where we can help. Our custom covers will thaw frozen ground, melt existing ice and snow, and keep your equipment engines warm at all times. We will help you create a favorable and secure working environment during the cold winter months. Keep the projects on track while saving money.
- 4.5' x 15' Blanket Is Stocked and Ready to Ship
- Other sizes ship in 10-12 business days
- 1-year manufacturer's warranty including heating element
- Thaw frozen ground up to 8 feet deep
- Power Cord: 6' foot
- No thermostat required with even heating technology
- Industry leading closed cell insulation
- Top of the line heat welded edges to keep water out
- Waterproof, Weatherproof and Reusable
- Thaw frozen ground up to 8 feet deep!
- Maintain a temperature below the blanket of 60° F
- Plug not included
Serving The Industry Leaders
- Thaw frozen ground 1-2 feet deep
- Cure concrete in cold winter conditions
- Warm sand pile for masonry work
- Wrap around pipes to dethaw or keep warm
- Keep drainage field dethawed
- Cost per hour to operate the pad can be calculated by the following formula: ( Cost per KW hour x sq ft of pad x watts per sq ft ) / 1000