|Name||HT400 Precision Heat Tool||Furno 300 Heat Gun||1,500-Watt Dual-Temperature Heat Gun Kit||1500-Watt Heat Gun|
|BTU Heat Rating||1225 Btu||4100||5118||5118|
|Air volume (cu. ft./min.)||4.7||20||18||19|
|Features||Hands-off Upright Stand||No Additional Features||Hands-off Upright Stand||Hands-off Upright Stand|
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The Furno 300 is perfect for paint removal projects. Take you time, keep the heat gun moving and scrape paint off wood using a plastic scraper. Good luck with your projects.
We aren't phone experts. The correct temperature information for this process would help figure it out. The Furno 300 operates at 750F and 1100F, both of which seem too hot for this process. The Furno 500 has 12 heat settings, starting at 150F.
Yes, but be careful, because once it is heated enough to start bending, applying more and more heat may get it too hot and will overheat it. Start by working with a scrap pipe.
Probably not as the glue is a chemical bond not a thermoplastic bond.
Yes be careful not to burn it
This get extremely hot very quickly. I would recommend a hair dryer for that type of application
Yes it does and is very secure and stable as it sits on its back end!
So long as you're using the correct clamps designed to shrink, yeah, this guy should do the job.
If 750F or 1100F is the correct temperature for your process, this should be fine. If you need a lower temperature setting look at our Furno 500 it has 12 temperature settings from 150°F to 1200°F. For more help call us at 1-800-328-8251.