Hot Air / Heat Gun

Specifications

  • Rated input power: upto 2000 W
  • Working temperature 50 ~ 550 °C
  • Airflow 100 ~ 600 l/min
  • Control, Airflow ~ 3 stage
  • Heat-Up Time: 1 ~ 20 s
  • Voltage: 220-240 V ~ 50/60 Hz
  • Cord Length – upto 3m

Salient Features

  • Efficient motor of 2000W
  • Quick heating with strong air-flow
  • Highly powerful and effective
  • Compact and easy to handle
  • Suitable for a wide range of operations
  • Hands-free feature
  • 3 temperature settings

A heat gun is a versatile tool that generates a stream of hot air when activated. Hot air guns, or heat guns, extend a jet of air that can be directed to a specific point or surface. Heat gun comes in various sizes and with different temperature settings, allowing users to control the intensity of the heat. They typically have a nozzle that directs the hot air, and some models may also include additional attachments for specific tasks. It is commonly used for various purposes, both in DIY (do-it-yourself) projects and professional applications. They can reach very high temperatures and are used, among other things, for paint stripping, shrinking, defrost pipes, melt metal and plastic or welding and soldering different materials.

Applications

  • Paint Stripping
  • Shrinking Heat Shrink Tubing
  • Thawing Frozen Pipes
  • Welding and Soldering
  • Removing Adhesive Labels and Tapes
  • Plastic Welding and Forming
  • Auto Detailing and Repair
  • Roofing and Flooring
  • Sealing Heat Shrink Capsules