ThermoBlanket is a supplier of Industrial Insulated Heating Blankets in Australia and beyond.
We are an exclusive authorised distributor for Kuhlmann Electro Heat®.

Industrial Heating Blankets widely as heat curing blankets or as controlled heating blankets for other uses.

When used as heat curing blankets they can be used to heat up composites, carbon, epoxy prepreg, etc to ensure a safe and uniform temperature distribution. The blankets act as a perfect heat spreader on the desired material. Industrial heating blankets can also be used to heat various containers, tanks, or surfaces to the desired temperature.

We currently offer two insulated heating blanket options which are 0-90°C and 120°C. We offer a wide range of standard sizes but also offer custom sizes and attachments such as straps, loops, or metal rings.

Industrial heating blankets are used in many industries including production and repair of wind energy (heating blanket for wind turbine blade repair), marine, aerospace, automotive, and mining industries.

Industrial Heating Blankets are ideal for:

  • Curing processes in the aerospace industry
  • Curing processes in the marine industry
  • Wind turbine rotor blade repair
  • Wind turbine rotor blade production

We also offer through custom quote:

  • Pipe curing blankets
  • High voltage cable heating blankets (For the straightening or relaxing of high voltage cables)
  • Concrete curing blankets

For further information please refer to our Heating Blanket Flyer.

Curing Composites with Heating Blankets:

A heating blanket is a type of electrical device that is often used in the process of repairing composite materials. Composite materials are made up of two or more different materials that have been combined to create a new material with improved properties. These materials are commonly used in a variety of applications, including aerospace and automotive industries, because they are strong, lightweight, and durable.

Heating blankets are used in the repair of composite materials because they provide a consistent and controlled source of heat. This heat is used to cure or harden the resin that is used to repair the damaged composite material. By heating the resin to the appropriate temperature for a specific amount of time, the repair technician can ensure that the resin cures properly and forms a strong and durable bond with the surrounding composite material.

In addition to providing a controlled source of heat, heating blankets also help to distribute the heat evenly across the repair area. This helps to prevent hot and cold spots, which can lead to uneven curing and potentially weaken the repair. Heating blankets are typically made from materials that are resistant to heat and are able to withstand the high temperatures that are needed for the curing process.

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