Hot Air Heat Guns

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DeWalt D26414 Premium Hot Air Heat Gun

2 types from £59.95

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Bosch GHG 18V-50 18V Cordless Heat Gun

2 types from £169.95

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Einhell TE-HA 18 Li 18v Cordless Heat Gun

5 types from £61.95

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Steinel HL 1820 S DIY Hot Air Heat Gun

2 types £77.95

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Steinel HG 2520 E Professional Hot Air Heat Gun

2 types from £501.95

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Sealey CP20VHG 20v Cordless Hot Air Heat Gun

3 types from £61.95

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Bosch GHG 23-66 Hot Air Heat Gun

2 types £158.95


Makita HG6531CK Heat Gun

2 types £147.95


Milwaukee M18 BHG 18v Cordless Heat Gun

2 types from £247.95


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Hot Air Heat Guns

Hot Air Heat Guns Information

Hot air heat guns are an indispensable tool for home, garden & professional use. Their uses range from painting & decorating, pipe soldering, technical medicine, sport, electrical wiring & plastic welding. Not many other power tools are quite so versatile as a hot air heat gun. There are a huge range of hot air heat guns available & it is important to consider your requirements before purchasing. DIY or Professional ? What temperature range ? What accessories do you need ?

Steinel are one of the most well known manufacturers of hot air heat guns producing both a DIY & Professional range with many accessories available for both types so you can be sure that your tool will be as versatile as possible.

Here's our quick application guide:

• Barrel type tools - Perfect for Roofers & Floorlayers
• Gun type tools - Perfect for precision & suit most other applications.

Jobs that can be Undertaken with a Hot Air Heat Gun:

  • Paint Stripping
  • Shrinking Cables
  • Pipe Soldering
  • Gutter Soldering
  • Desoldering
  • Plastic Shaping
  • Fit adjustment
  • Overlap Sheet Welding
  • Plastic Welding
  • Flame Cleaning
  • Defrosting
  • Igniting
  • Thawing
  • Drying
  • Shrink Wrapping
  • Shaping

Hot Air Heat Gun Safety:

Ensure there is good ventilation especially when using hot air heat guns to remove paint & chemicals. Never work near uncovered water or areas where humidity is high due to the risk of electrical shock. Always test a spot first to ensure you get the result you expect. Never dry hair with a hot air heat gun, it's dangerous & will damage your hair.

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