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Tyler Tool furnishes Heat Guns with variable temperatures and airflow for a multitude of uses. They can be very helpful in drying things out like wood, bending and welding plastic, thawing out frozen pipes, stripping off paint, and shrinking tubing and film just to name a few. They come in both Corded and Cordless models. Manufacturers like ATD, Black & Decker, Dewalt, Makita, Astro Pneumatic, and Milwaukee make a wide variety of styles and often carry warranties of up to three years. (Tyler Tool’s shipping policy.)
Depending on your intended use, the heat guns have variable settings starting at 500 degrees and some heating up to 1,100 degrees. They are sold as the bare tool only or in kits that include various nozzles for small intricate areas or wide surfaces as well as scrapers and other useful tools.