|Item Weight||1.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9.5 x 2.75 x 8.5 inches|
|Item model number||0503008|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Material||Corrosion resistant nozzle, high impact plastic body|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
|Folded Knife Size||11.3 x 10.1 x 3.6|
|Included Components||Heat Gun, Manual|
|Warranty Description||2 year home use warranty|
Wagner Spraytech 0503008 HT1000 Heat Gun, 2 Temp Settings 750ᵒF & 1000ᵒF, soften paint, caulking, adhesive, putty for removal, shrink wrap, bend plastic pipes, and loosen rusted nuts or bolts
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- DUAL TEMPERATURE HEAT GUNS: The HT1000 Heat Gun offers a 750ᵒF and 1000ᵒF temperature setting to easily help complete household home improvement tasks
- HEAT GUN FOR HOUSEHOLD PROJECTS: Use this heat gun to soften paint, caulking, adhesive or putty for removal. Other applications include shrink wrap, bend plastic pipes, and loosen rusted nuts or bolts
- HEAT GUN ADJUSTABLE SETTINGS: The two fan speeds provide additional control to customize to your project needs
- HANDS FREE OPERATION: Features an integrated stand for safe, hands-free operation to help prevent the hot nozzle from touching your work surface
- DURABLE FOR GENERAL USE: Features a corrosion resistant nozzle for long lasting use and integrated hanging hook to easily store on a peg wall or workbench
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Versatile Wagner Heat Gun for Home Use
Heat Gun for Paint Removal, Pipe Thawing and More
The Wagner HT1000 heat gun is an easy-to-use hot air tool that applies focused heat for removing paint, thawing pipes, loosening rusted bolts and more.
Two Temperatures Settings
Find the perfect heat setting for your project needs by switching between the two temperature settings. The heat gun offers a low 750°F and high 1000°F setting.
Perfect Design for Extended Use
With a corrosion resistant nozzle and rugged, lightweight handle, the HT1000 is durable enough to power through tough jobs and big projects. We’re confident in our product’s performance, which is why this durable heat gun is backed by a 2 year warranty.
- Two temperature settings: low 750°F and high 1000°F
- Temperature switch built into handle
- Two fan speeds for heating control
- Integrated storage hook
- 1200 watt
- 2 year warranty
Remove Rusted Bolts
Apply concentrated heat with the HT1000 to easily remove stuck-on or rusted bolts.
The HT1000 applies the perfect heat output to soften paint for quick and simple stripping.
Heat the glue underneath the floor and watch as boards peel back with ease.
Thaw Frozen Pipes
The two temperatures and fan speeds makes thawing pipes easy and hassle free.
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The HT1000 Heat Gun is a dual temperature heat gun that can help you quickly complete countless DIY projects using high temperature heat outputs. It uses a 750ᵒF and 1000ᵒF temperature setting to easily loosen rusted bolts, remove flooring, and thaw frozen pipes. It is a heat gun for shrink wrap, heat gun to remove paint, and so much more! The gun uses 1200 watts of power to easily complete countless home improvement projects. Its durable and lightweight design applies effective, concentrated heat for various project needs. The gun also features an integrated stand to provide safe, hands-free operation.Hello, The product details on Amazon.com aren't displaying correctly, which will lead to a bad customer experience. Please update this ASIN immediately with this information.
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The failures we've seen range from the switch going bad to the unit just dying. Typically the switch goes bad, so you either have a low speed function but not a high speed/temp function or vice versa. We have had two units just stop working--which could most definitely be the switch. Today, the last one we bought will turn on but sounds like it's gargling water.
I couldn't for the life of me find anything in my garage to hang this thing on, so I knew the error of my ways when I could smell my trash bin lid melting. Be sure to have a hook or nail to hang this on, so that you don't destroy the first thing you set this on like me.
It's light, it's really light, I didn't expect it to work, I looked inside the box for the rest of it. But sure enough, it made me a believer. It has two settings, Hot, and Really Hot. I used the Really Hot setting for the plastic cladding, and followed a swirling pattern like my Master Miyagi instructed me to. The results are in the pictures I am attaching to my review. This can easily be used for other plastic parts on various vehicles, but test in a small area which you can really mess up and not get yelled at by the wife because it looks dumb.
A heat gun has many purposes, tinting windows, shrink wrapping/window sealing, removing caulk, loosening glued on items, and as you can see, automotive plastic restoration, done mostly sober. I hope you enjoyed this review, and if you found it helpful, let me know.
Thanks for taking the time to read this. I appreciate it.
(Note to ex-wife's attorneys: just kidding. Seriously. I mailed the check, I swear.)
It heats up very quickly to a hot temperature which is desirable for embossing. Melts the powder more quickly than any tool I ever had. And I have been a rubberstamper for over 30 years and a papercrafter for over 10 years. So, I am speaking from experience with other models including Marvy which I USED to think was the best ever.
TIP: This thing gets really hot very quickly. So, make sure to save guard against any burns on ur skin or surfaces. Also do not over kill the heating of the powder as you might do with other embossing tools. This bad boy is so quick.
As far as sealing plastic bags like some people might want to use this tool for, I honestly cannot say as I have never done this. So you would have to see how much watts (?) u would need to do trick.
In ending, I hope I have been helpful as Jennifer McGuire was for me. Let me also say that although it might me more expensive than other heat tools, trust me I say that it is worth the additional cost.
Be aware: the instruction booklet clearly states that there will be some smoke emitted when you first use it, due to the burning of some factory oils. It doesn't last long but it did set off my smoke alarm. After that, it was fine and I used it quite a few times after that during a two-hour period. So you may want to keep it away from smoke alarms when using for the first time.
I think this heat tool was a very good value and I am happy that I purchased it.
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120V AC and no CE marks