SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 Utah) – Powerblanket is not afraid of Mother Nature. The Salt Lake based company faces extreme climate conditions head on with its products, helping companies extend their production windows that would otherwise be hindered by weather conditions. Whether it’s cold temperatures or extreme heat, Powerblanket has solutions to help businesses protect their gear and remain productive year round.
Powerblanket launched in 2004 assisting a Utah construction business with a way to make the cold ground in Utah’s winter months still suitable to pour concrete. Powerblanket employs about 100 people and has clients based around the world.
Brent Reddekopp, President of Powerblanket, believes in helping others and supporting the community. The company has special programs designed to employ and assist people leaving the correctional system. Powerblanket also offers scholarships to high school students looking to enter the manufacturing industry and has a program called “Share The Warmth” designed to help others in need.
Reddekopp says he’s proud that Powerblanket contributes to creating and providing jobs in Utah and is part of the Made in the U.S.A brand.
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