We sell a wide range of electrical heat guns guaranteed to make any roofer's life easier. From leading & trusted brands including Steinel and Leister, and a variety of models sizes, voltage and nozzle specifications, you can find a heat gun to meet your needs. They are also ideal for use on RESITRIX. Start browsing our range below:
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Heat guns are versatile tools used by professional roofers and DIYers alike; no matter the job at hand. Whether you’re removing an old material or applying a new roofing membrane, heat guns are a must-have tool for any roofing project.
No matter your budget or project, we carry a wide variety of heat guns to suit your needs.
If you need a basic heat gun for simple projects, the Steinel Heat Gun 240V HL1920E is a great entry-level heat gun to add to your ever-growing toolkit. With 2000 Watts and a variable temperature range of 80-600°C, it will certainly get the job done.
If you need a heat gun capable of the most demanding heat-welding jobs imaginable, you cannot go wrong with Leister’s Electron ST 3300W. Blasting 320 litres per minute with a maximum temperature of 650°c, the Leister Electron is one of the most powerful heat guns on the market.
We work with Steinel & Leister to offer a simple & effective range suitable for any project, with heat gun specs varying across temperature, voltage, power airflow controls & more. We also sell a variety of nozzle attachments designed for specific tasks where precision and accuracy are most important.
If you have any questions or need help finding the right heat gun, please don’t hesitate to get in contact with us today.
Always wear heat-resistant gloves and safety glasses when using a heat gun. Keep the heat gun away from flammable materials and use it in well-ventilated areas. Always read the manufacturer's instructions before use and follow them carefully.
The lifespan of your heat gun depends a lot on the model and how often you use it. The average lifespan is between 2-5 years or around 400 hours with proper maintenance.
The temperature you use will depend on the task you are performing. For example, you should use a low temperature for paint removal, or a high temperature for soldering or welding. Always consult the manufacturer's instructions or consult an expert for guidance.
Before you remove paint with a heat gun, you need to make sure the area is well-ventilated and that there is nothing flammable nearby. You must also always wear heat-resistant gloves and safety glasses, regardless of the heat you have set it to.
Start by setting the heat gun to a lower temperature (30-130C). Once at the temperature, hold it 6 inches away from the paint until the paint starts to soften. Once softened, remove it from the surface using a paint scraper. Repeat this until all of the paint is removed.
It’s important to note that anything higher than 130C can result in harmful fumes being released.