Special buy. Limited stock.
With a heat gun, being able to regulate both temperature and air flow helps ensure you don't overheat your target. This one features a dial-operated variable-heat control system for setting temperatures from 110° to 930°F (45° to 500°C) and a two-speed fan to deliver 7.3 or 15 cfm of air flow, making it easy to choose settings appropriate to a wide range of tasks. The gun is well made, with a heating element encased in ceramic to prevent damage from shocks, and an integrated thermostat to prevent overheating.
Comes with a booklet of instructions (English only) for several common applications. 1200 watts, cETLus listed. One of those tools for which there is no substitute – when you need one, nothing else will do.
Excellent value, this 171-piece assortment of polyolefin tubing includes a range of tube diameters and lengths in various colors, making it easy to select the right size for the job. At about 110°C/230°F, the tubing shrinks by up to half its diameter with no change in length, molding around surface irregularities or items of different diameters.
The tubing is simple to use; just slide it over the connection you want to bind and heat it with a torch or heat gun for a few seconds. This creates a seamless jacket that offers good electrical insulation and is strong, flexible and resistant to water, abrasion and solvents. While commonly used for sheathing wire connections, shrink tubing has numerous uses around the shop, from color-coding bits and cables to replacing whipping on cord ends (like a shoelace tip). A great assortment to have at hand.
The Heat Gun is no longer available.