An Intermediate Bulk Container (IBC), IBC tote, or pallet tank, is a reusable industrial container designed for the transport and storage of bulk liquid and granulated substances, such as chemicals, food ingredients, solvents, oils, pharmaceuticals, etc.

Most chemicals, oils & industrial supplies have very specific storage requirements. Some of those requirements deal with temperature. Too cold and there may be problems such as viscosity, or the ability to pour or transfer the product. Many products used in the manufacturing of cosmetics or the food industry are the same. Too cold and they refuse to pour. These items stores in large bulk containers have met their match. You no longer have to be troubled with the difficult problems that the cold can present.

  • Gear Oil
  • Wax
  • Coconut Oil
  • Honey
  • Molasses
  • Lube Oil
  • DEF
  • Petroleum
  • Resins
  • Epoxy
  • Food Additives
  • Essential Oil
  • Water
  • Chemicals
  • Food Products

TOTES come in all shapes and sizes as well as material. Heat Authority sells IBC Tote Heaters and Tote Heating Pads from top manufacturers including Powerblanket, BriskHeat and the ProMAX IBC Series featuring Woven Dupont Nomex & Silicone Insulated Heating Elements w/ Maximum temps of 212°F.

Heat Authority is North America’s largest supplier of tote heaters, drum heaters, and tank & silo heaters. Search our product information for details on what you may need.  We cover ALL IBC Totes, holding any and ALL materials: Caged Tote, Poly, Stainless and Hazardous Area Totes. Call today for bulk and quantity pricing on all major brands of Tote Heating & Tote Warming Full-Wrap Jackets.

You have a Custom Sized tank you need heated?  Maybe you have totes stored in a Hazardous Area location?  We can provide tote and tank heaters in any size requirement. We also specialize in Intrinsically Safe & Hazardous Area products. Explosion proof is our specialty; we offer Hazardous Area products and information on our website.

HEAT AUTHORITY is the leader in Tote Heater sales and support.