The Steinel 34875 electronics kit includes an HG 2310 LCD heat gun, which emits continuously variable airstreams from 3.6 to 17.6 cubic feet per minute (CFM) at temperatures ranging from 120 to 1,200 degrees F, and accessories for a variety of electronic applications. Similar in shape to a hair dryer, the programmable gun has lockable override control of temperature and airflow settings, four pre-set temperature/airflow programs, a cool air stage, and an LCD that displays temperatures in 10 degree increments. The kit includes three reflector nozzles for shrink tubing and wiring harnesses, and a reducer nozzle for desoldering. A heavy duty carrying case provides safe transport and storage.
|Heating Element ||Ceramic encapsulated to resist coil breakage |
|Weight ||2.2 lb. |
|Dimensions ||8.0 x 10.2 x 3.5 inches (H x W x D). |
(H is the vertical distance from lowest to highest point; W is the horizontal distance from left to right; D is the horizontal distance from front to back.)
|Variable Airflow ||Up to 17.6 cfm |
|Variable Temperature ||Selectable from 120°F to 1,200°F (49°C to 649°C) |
|LCD Display ||Indicates actual and target temperatures in 10°F increments. |
|Double Insulated Power Cord ||Rubber construction |
Length: 6 feet
|Output ||1,600 watts. |
|Voltage ||120 VAC / 60 Hz at 12.5 amps |
|Warranty ||One year limited |
|Nozzle Diameter ||1.30 inches (33.02 mm) |
|Programs ||Four customizable pre-set temperature/airflow programs |
|Switch ||Cool air stage, variable temperature & airflow |
Heat guns are hand tools that emit a stream of heated air at variable temperatures up to 1,300 degrees F (700 C). Most guns have an electrical heating element to control output temperatures and adjustable fan motors to regulate and focus airflow. Heat guns with high airflow output (greater than approximately 20 cubic feet per minute) are sometimes called heat blowers. Heat guns can be used for a variety of applications ranging from copper and plastic welding to touching up shrink wrap. Accessory nozzles (sold separately) are used to shape the air stream over a wider area, or direct it around pipes and tubing for even heating which prevents adjoining surfaces (such as panes of glass) from overheating, and some heat gun models incorporate workbench stands to allow hands-free operation.
Steinel manufactures heat guns, glue guns, gas torches, and sensors. The company, founded in Germany in 1959, meets International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001:2008 standards and is Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) compliant.
What’s in the Box?
- Steinel HG 2310 LCD heat gun
- 9 mm reflector nozzle
- 14 mm reflector nozzle
- 39 mm reflector nozzle
- 9 mm reducer nozzle
- overhead hanger
- application handbook
- carrying case