- Be sure the work area is free of sharp objects that may puncture or tear your powerblanket product.
- Make sure that the side not marked COLD is facing the surface requiring heat. We print the word “COLD” on the non-heated side of the blanket.
- Once installed and secured in place, safely connect to a properly grounded power supply. Do not connect to power source or operate blanket while in a folded or covered state.
- Do not place heavy objects on your powerblanket and avoid walking or driving on it as well.
- For flatwork projects, making sure wind does not get under the blanket is important. Placing boards over the blanket or along side flaps will help keep the blanket secure and avoid any unnecessary heat loss.
- With blankets having cinch straps (drum, bucket, tote, cylinder, pipe wraps, etc.) – the tighter the blanket is secured against the container surface, the better the heat transfer from blanket to container to material.
- Now simply let your Powerblanket product do the work for you.
- After each use follow the cleaning and folding directions in the Care & Maintenance section.
- If your blanket has any problems, or isn’t functioning properly please see the troubleshooting section.