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Gun welds plastic

25 January 2013

Described by Makita as 'more than just a heat gun', the new HG651CK can generate a hot air flow with a temperature as high as 650°C which enables it to be used for plastic welding, tarpaulin repairs, laminate repairs,

Described by Makita as 'more than just a heat gun', the new HG651CK can generate a hot air flow with a temperature as high as 650°C which enables it to be used for plastic welding, tarpaulin repairs, laminate repairs, or for soldering copper tubing, in addition to tasks such as stripping paint, shrinking packaging or forming composite materials. Weighing just 0.78kg, the gun has 14 programmed modes. These provide tested combinations of heat and airflow for a long list of tasks detailed in the operator's manual.

The heat gun has three airflow rates - minimum 250m3/min, maximum 550m3/min.

Temperature range is from 80 to 650°C.
 
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