Heat guns are used in a wide range of applications, from home repair tasks to industrial manufacturing. These heavy-duty tools are used in the aerospace, automotive, and watercraft industries. In comparison to an electric heat gun, Sato Heat Gun SI 1800 is utilized when milder heat is required. With a flow rate of 2-8 scfm, it’s ideal for pre-heating components, processes, and solutions, and it’s also commonly used for softening adhesives, rubber, and vinyl, as well as accelerating drying. The hot air cannon does not require electricity at the target and generates completely adjustable temperatures up to 200 degrees Fahrenheit using just filtered compressed air.
High-power hot air guns combine high airflow with high temperature. This enables you to work fast and effectively on larger areas, such as paint removal. Low-power hot air pistols can reach high temperatures but have less airflow, so it takes longer to cover the same area. The hot air gun’s airflow specifies how much air it blows per minute. Low airflow is frequently associated with low temperature. However, if you want to light a grill or remove paint from a broad area, you’ll need a lot of airflows.