Loss of tank pressure due to weather related issues is quite common. We receive hundreds of calls annually requesting information on how to increase pressure, PSI, and BTU in tanks, cylinders, and pressurized vessels. After determining the equipment is functioning properly, we begin to look at weather related issues surrounding temperature and moisture.
For example, many people are not aware that temperature can have a dramatic affect on propane pressure. Moisture or humidity can effect PSI. Wind can reduce BTU. It therefore becomes necessary to treat each situation individually to try and solve the problem.
Over the years we have investigated dozens of methods for increasing pressure and PSI in large tanks and vessels and have landed upon a unique product out of Salt Lake City by the name of Powerblanket. Utilizing a patented heat spreading technology, Powerblanket has developed several very efficient products for heating and insulating tanks and cylinders from the effects of cold and snow (Temperature). We list only a few here: