HG5030K Heat Gun 1600W 240V
The Makita HG5030K Heat Gun comes with an easy to operate heat setting slide switch. Its ergonomic soft grip provides increased comfort during prolonged use. For added user safety there is over-heat protection and double insulation.
Supplied with: 1 x Glass Protection Nozzle, 1 x Reflector Nozzle, 1 x Reduction Nozzle, 1 x Wide Slot Nozzle, 1 x Scraper and 1 x Carry Case.
Input Power: 240V 1,600W, 110V 1,300W.
Air Flow 240V: 300-500 L/min., 110V: 200-400 L/min.
Heat Settings: 2.
Temperature: 240V: 350-500ºC, 110V: 400-550ºC.
Power Cable: 2m.
The Makita HG5030K Heat Gun 1,600W in the 240V version.
1 x Glass Protection Nozzle.
1 x Reflector Nozzle.
1 x Reduction Nozzle.
1 x Wide Slot Nozzle.
1 x Scraper.
1 x Carry Case.
Makita, the foremost manufacturer of power tools in the world. With 100 years' experience, our products are lauded the world over for both their performance and quality. Makita manufactures its tools in plants across the globe, from its headquarters in Japan to here, in the UK. Our Telford manufacturing plant is the only full-production facility for power tools in the UK and has been successfully running construction on many of our top line cordless power tools since 1991.
Makita's acquisition of Dolmar in 1991 has also meant that we have one of the strongest histories in the Outdoor Power Equipment market and the plant in Germany constantly delivers tools worldwide to the highest quality.
At the heart of our manufacturing process is the belief that for a good tool you need a good motor, and Makita makes every effort to make sure our motors are of the best quality. We source the absolute best raw materials and components in order to build the most powerful and efficient motors we can imagine.
Premium grade steel is used to produce armature shafts and gears, and only steel of the highest grade is used, whilst high grade magnetic copper wire goes into each and every one of our tools to ensure superior current flow whilst withstanding extreme temperatures. Get ARMD with Makita now.