Heat Guns

Heat guns and blowers use high-temperature air to heat, dry, and soften materials by directing it via their nozzle. To alter the airflow, they accept suitable nozzle attachments. Install heat shrink tubing, solder electronic components, shape PVC pipes, weld tarps, remove decals, strip paint, shrink wrap packages, activate adhesives, repair automobile molding, defrost frozen locks, and more with heat guns. Heat blowers emit a higher volume of hot air than heat guns and have a larger barrel and more powerful motor, allowing for faster action and more surface coverage. Their built-in stand allows for hands-free, continuous operation in industrial uses such as molding plastics, shrink sleeves onto wires and harnesses, applying shrink wrap film and bands, and drying ink or paint on silk screen as well as other materials.