A heat cannon is a hand-held device that emits a stream of hot air at temperatures ranging from 100 to 550 degrees Celsius (200 to 1000 degrees Fahrenheit). Some hotter variants may reach temperatures of 760 degrees Celsius (1400 degrees Fahrenheit). Heat guns often take the shape of an extended body pointed at the object to be heated, with a handle attached at right angles and a trigger, similar to a pistol, thus the name.
A heat gun is a portable device that shoots hot air for a variety of uses.
The purpose of heat guns is to heat, dry, or soften things by producing a concentrated, regulated stream of hot air.
They are used for a variety of tasks, such as thawing frozen pipes, bending and shaping plastic, shrinking heat-shrink tubing, and paint removal.
A heat gun usually has three parts: a fan, a nozzle, and a heating element. The air is heated by the heating element and then expelled via the nozzle by the fan.
A lot of heat guns come with temperature settings that can be changed, giving consumers control over how much heat is created. Typically, temperatures can fluctuate between 200 and 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit, or 100 and 540 degrees Celsius.
Heat guns should be used carefully because of the high temperatures they can attain. When not handled correctly, they might result in burns or flames. It's crucial to take safety precautions including donning protective clothing and staying away from combustible items.
Rated Power Input (W): 2000
No Load Speed (r/min): 0-16000
Temperature (Low) (°C): 50-480
Temperature (High) (°C): 50-600
Air Flow (Low Temperature) (L/min): 210-250
Air Flow (High Temperature) (L/min): 340-380