|Item Weight||3.91 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10 x 2.5 x 8.25 inches|
|Item model number||PRO2-220|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Size||7/16", 1/2", 0.45", 0.43"|
|Material||Adhesive, Glue, Glue Gun|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
|Included Components||Glue Stroke Adjustment Screw, Extra Nozzle, Detachable Wire Stand|
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Surebonder PRO2-220 220 Watt Adjustable Temperature Professional Heavy Duty Hot Glue Gun - Uses full size, 7/16" sticks
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From the manufacturer
New Automatic Shut Off Technology!
- 3 models: 20, 60 or 100 watts, all dual temperature
- 50% more power than standard glue guns
- 30 minute auto shut off function to ensure safety
- Ergonomic rubber trigger and handle design
- Dual temperature for high and low applications
- Power Light
- Side fins allow the gun to lay safely on its side, preventing glue back up
- Interchangeable nozzles available for DT-360F, DT-3100F
- Detachable, sturdy wire stand
For Peace of Mind
Introducing our New Ultra Series Glue Guns! Designed to ensure safety, peace of mind, and consumer confidence. Delivers 50 percent more power than standard glue guns and features a revolutionary auto shut off feature that shuts off your glue gun after 30 mins of non-use.
Enhanced Safety Features
- Auto Shut Off.
- Insulated Nozzle.
- Side Fins.
- Safety Fuse.
Surebonder Glue Sticks
FPC has been family-owned and operated since 1968. We are the proud, USA based, manufacturer of Surebonder adhesive products and tools. Whatever the project, Surebonder has the tool to get it done. We offer a wide variety of top quality hot melt glue formulas to ensure your project gets done, and gets done right.
|Ultra Series||Plus Series||Essentials Series|
|Automatic Shut Off||✓|
|2x More Power||✓|
|Interchangeable Nozzles Available||✓|
|Ergonomic Rubber Trigger and Handle||✓|
|Lay Down Safely||✓||✓|
|Full & Mini Sizes||✓||✓||✓|
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The PRO2-220 Industrial adjustable temperature heavy duty glue gun is designed for high volume applications. Delivers approximately 5-Pounds of glue per hour with 220 watts of heating power. The stainless steel heater with an adjustable temperature control from 220° F to 420° F. The gun features a lighted ON/OFF switch, a double insulated grounded cord, two nozzles with protective heat resistant nozzle covers, a detachable wire stand, an integrated gun balancer mount hole and a glue stroke adjustment screw. This gun uses standard (1/2",7/16", 0.43") diameter glue sticks. Specialty nozzles also available separately-Surebonder Nozzle Set #6000. Not included with this gun.
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It is a very simple machine, just a neon illuminated rocker switch, a safety thermal fuse, the heater assembly and the bimetal thermostat. The mechanical feed system is simple and elegant. The nozzles are replaceable and have drool-reduction valves. It is quite a serviceable unit unless the heater fails. The heater is not a PTC unit, its hot resistance is about 61 ohms (almost exactly 200 watt RMS from 110 volts). Servicing the heater if it goes open-circuit is probably not worthwhile, but the thermostat contact problem is more likely to occur first. The thermostat seems unlikely to weld-on, which would probably result in the thermal safety fuse opening. You certainly can't just bypass the thermostat, but you could add a different kind of thermal switch.
it has a temp control on the bottom, i set it for the highest, but i found it doesn't heat any faster. and at the highest it oozes on the table, at 350 it doesn't do that. i like that it has a thermostat in it. it means the glue is only has hot as it needs to be, and it doesn't boil like other guns.
it comes with 2 tips? and both are the same size? i don't get that. i would think it should be two sizes, they look the same to me. the tip is metal, the rest is a plastic or maybe ceramic of some kind, its not all metal. but i still burned myself anyway.
i have to get used to this having a switch, its easy to not turn it on or not turn it off.
this thing eats glue. i haven't tried a 4" stick yet, but it seems to need about 1.5" of glue to feed. and unlike a craft gun that feeds on the inside (needing like a 1/2" of glue), this does it on the outside. so you'll need 10" sticks.
it comes in a comically large case. i have no idea why, its probably going to end up in the trash, its like 3 times the size of a gun, i can keep a whole drill in that thing if it wasn't molded for the gun.
I have used the gun for only perhaps 20 hours total over the past few months. I don't know how durable this will prove to be, or how its maintenance will fare, but it's glorious thus far.
I have also avoided burning myself thus far, even minimally, but it's quite clear that the glue this can output gets ridiculously hot.
I suppose, if I were absolutely required to give some kind of negative feedback, it would be that perhaps a tenth of a fluid ounce of hot glue will dribble out the nozzle once I set it down and leave it for time. That said, it's quite likely it's user error, whether the tip is unscrewed, I left the setting too hot, or I left the gun on an incline, or some other explanation. I am rather enamored with this gun. As an uncommonly used crafting tool, I find this blows my expectations out of the water.
I cannot speak to professional or extensive use of this gun.
Top reviews from other countries
So I bought this due to several positive review. I have only used it twice and I love it. Once it’s completely heated up (maybe 5 minutes) you can use it repeatedly and add more sticks during your work without any further waiting period.