Hot air guns contains a fan that pulls air into the body of the tool and drives it across an electric heating element and out through a nozzle. For stripping paint, the heated air is directed onto the painted surface, causing it to soften so that it can be easily stripped off - either by using a stripping knife or hook.
Hot Air Pencils features full closed-loop electronic and dial-adjustable temperature control. The main barrel of the pencil is made from a piece of 1/4″ 7mm copper tubing. It has a 1/16″ brass tube with a sheath of silicone tubing that is obtained from the fuel. It works with either lead-free or traditional leaded solder alloys. It is used to remove or re-flow small surface mount devices.
Hot Air Rework Stations is used for reworking SMT components. The controlled output maintains set temperature regardless of airflow setting. Its temperature and airflow are controlled independently. The rework station has a voltage of 120 V/24V and temperature range from 122 F to 1022 F.
Hot Air Stations feature digital temperature controls that displays both actual and set temperature. The station includes 852 station with hot air gun, air nozzles, G001 IC popper, Z001 hot air gun holder and power cord. The temperature ranges from 400-800F. It allows for temperature lockout for process control, temperature setback and °F to °C conversion. It is used in rework and repair of SMT boards.
Hot applied coating are generally either filled or non-filled. These are either 100% bitumen or bitumen blended with selected fillers. These are brought to the desired application viscosity by heating. It is a method for forming an adherent protective coating on objects, particularly pipes for burial in the ground where they are subject to corrosion.