The HT1000 is an ideal, general purpose heat gun that is suitable for many heating applications ranging from removing paint, old flooring, bending plastics, loosen rusted bolts or thawing frozen pipes. It produces 1200 Watts and 4100 BTUs with a temperature setting of 750° F. or 1000° F. Ideal for DIYers, homeowners, handymen or part-time contractors.
- 750-degree F and 1000-degree F temperature setting for various project needs
- 1200-watts/4100 BTU’s of heating power
- 4,100 Btu output for removing multiple layers of paint
- Easy to use temperature switch built into the handle
- Two fans speeds for heating control
- Light weight and easy to hold which eliminates fatigue
- High-Impact plastic body which makes it rugged and long-lasting
- Low noise design so operation is quiet
- Hanging hook for safe storage during cool down
- Corrosion-resistant nozzle which prevents rust from developing on the tool
- Rugged and light-weight handle
- Measures 16.5 by 9.8 by 17 inches; Weighs 1.9 pounds
- Two-year warranty
Wagner’s HT1000 is a basic heat tool designed to apply focused heat for projects such as removing paint, thawing pipes and loosening rusted bolts. It produces 1200-watts/4100 BTU’s of heating power. The HT1000 has two temperatures and fan speeds settings to adjust to specific heating needs.
Ideal for removing paint, loosening floor tiles, thawing frozen pipes, and busting rusted bolts, this 1,200-watt heat gun performs numerous projects around the house or shop. The ideal, general purpose heat gun suitable for a majority of heating applications, this unit features two temperature settings for a wide variety of applications. This a lower 750-degree F setting is great for thawing pipes slowly, defrosting freezers and more.
The 1,000-degree setting strips paint from furniture, loosens rusted bolts and nuts, and makes it easy to shape plastic piping for plumbing to name a few. With 4,100 Btu's those temperatures apply to larger work surfaces farther away from the unit, too. Just plug the gun into any household outlet, turn it on, and select the appropriate temperature to restore furniture, strip funky-colored kitchen cabinets, or remove paint from hard-to-sand wood trim. The gun is also great for heating up plastic film to insulate drafty windows, defrosting freezers, drying plaster, forming and bending plastic pipe, and more!
Frequently Asked Questions
Will this work to get rid of bubbles in a poured resin?
Yes, but be careful it can heat polyuretane too much and discolor slightly, seems to be fine with polyester resin.
If it is working V120 or V240 ?
It's for 110-120V only.
What size batteries does this take
None. It is a wired unit.
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