Model 20 Series, Heat Guns, Torches, Accessories

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Belt Heater, Bench Top
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Heat Shrink Tubing up to 1" Dia, 4" Length
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About  Heat Guns, Torches, Accessories

Heat guns, torches, and their accompanying accessories are essential tools used in various applications to apply heat via hot air, radiated energy, or a direct flame. These tools are similar in shape and construction to hairdryers, but they operate at much higher temperatures ranging from 40°F (4.4°C) to 3729°F (2054°C), depending on the type of tool. One type of tool is the heat gun, which emits a stream of hot air that can be used to soften and remove paint, thaw frozen pipes, and shrink wrap. Heat guns come in various shapes and sizes, offering adjustable temperature settings and different airflow rates to accommodate various applications. Butane torches are handheld tools that produce a direct flame, making them ideal for welding, brazing, soldering, and other high-temperature applications. They are portable and can be easily transported to job sites, making them a popular choice for professionals and DIY enthusiasts. Propane torches are similar in function to butane torches but are powered by propane gas, offering higher heat output and longer burn times. They are commonly used in roofing, plumbing, and HVAC applications, where high heat is required. Infrared heaters produce radiant heat, which is absorbed by objects in their path, providing quick and efficient heating solutions for industrial, commercial, and residential applications. They are commonly used in curing coatings, drying paints, and warming spaces. Other types of heat-related tools include belt heaters, compressed air heaters, and tunnel ovens, each designed for specific applications and industries. To complement these tools, various accessories such as nozzles, tips, and diffusers are used to control the direction and intensity of the heat output, making them more versatile and efficient. In summary, heat guns, torches, and their accessories are essential tools used in various applications to apply heat via hot air, radiant energy, or direct flame. With a range of options available, including heat guns, butane and propane torches, infrared heaters, belt heaters, compressed air heaters, and tunnel ovens, there is a tool to suit every application. The accompanying accessories further enhance the versatility of these tools, allowing users to control the direction and intensity of the heat output for more efficient and effective use.