Hot air gun

How does a hot air gun work?


Using a high-performance motor with a service life of up to 10,000 operating hours, STEINEL's hot air blowers draw air from the surroundings through a fine dust filter.

The air is heated in a hand-wound long-life ceramic heater. The air is then passed through an outlet tube at a maximum of 700 degrees and 4,000 Pa.

Some STEINEL products can be fitted with an HG Scan. This is fitted to the unit and uses advanced laser technology to measure the temperature of the outgoing air stream. Furthermore, professional nozzles can be used to direct the airflow.