Description: This Pro 90 trim and efficient unit is economically priced and will deliver up to 2.2 pounds of glue per hour in continuous use. Operating temperature is 400 degrees Fahrenheit (205 degrees Celsius).
Electrical: Wattage: 60w. PTC type (Positive Temperature Coefficient) Voltage: 120 VAC
Features: It uses state-of-the-art PTC heating system for accurate temperature control and has a simple, compact design. Offers great performance for a fraction of the price. Sensitive triggering allows as much variation of glue volume and bead size as needed. The lightweight unit eliminates hand fatigue. The translucent round glue sticks dry transparent for invisible glue lines. Produces a continuous adhesive output of 2.2 lbs per hour.
Frequently Asked Question: TIPS: When gluing large areas, some of the hot glue may set before bonding takes place. In some cases it is possible to preheat one of the surfaces with a hot air gun then apply the glue, thus getting a longer tack time from the adhesive. Of course, good judgment must be used to ensure the preheating causes no damage to materials. NOTE: NEVER use a hot air gun to speed drying of adhesives: many adhesives are based on FLAMMABLE VOLATILE COMPONENTS and present a flash fire risk.
Instructions: Plug it in, allow for a 5 minute warm up and then you can leave it on all day.
Temperature: 400 degrees Fahrenheit (205 degrees Celsius).
Uses: Designed for small applications where precise adhesive placement is required. Due to the high speed of bonding that hot glue sticks have, it is often practical to use a hot melt glue gun to position or "tack" pieces prior to a permanent bonding using nails, screws or tacks.
Unit of Measure: One unit