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Bosch Heavy-Duty Heat Gun 1942

May 20, 2012

You will be amazed at the Bosch 1942 Heavy-Duty Heat Gun and its many applications and abilities. This Heavy Duty Heat Gun

only weighs 3.5 pounds but can strip paint with no difficulty, facilitate you in the task of shrink tubing and packaging, aid you in heating liquids, smoothly loosen fittings, assist you in softening caulking, help you in surface finishes and also, alleviate the ice and frost, as you use the heat gun to thaw pipes. The 1942 is a strong and durable built blower that aids you in a plethora of high volume, heating and cooling needs, which may arise in your industrial and residential settings. It is so
comfortable and convenient to use, you may wonder how you ever lived without it before. Another great feature is that the 1942 Heat gun, has an air intake regulator that adjusts the desired temperature for the needed requirements of your current job, there is even a cool air setting for cooling and for no-heat applications. Talk about adding versatility to your projects! Even the design of the 1942 Heavy Gun includes an insulated nozzle for your safety, as it protects the operator and provides a cool exterior temperature relieving you of the aspect of burnt hands. Another great feature is the included, padded adjustable stand, that allows stationary use with a multi-position holder to help you get that perfect positioning or exactly right angle. All of this just means, that the 1942 Heavy-Duty Heat Gun goes to work for you, so you don’t have to. A wide range of accessories are available for purchase that easily adapt to this tool for many of the specific uses in the construction building trades, industrial applications, or even while performing laboratory work.

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