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Leister Triac BT Tarpaulin/Side Curtains Welding Kit 230V

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Leister Triac BT Tarpaulin/Side Curtains Welding Kit 230V

NEW: Leister Triac BT Tarpaulin / Welding kit with carry case, spare element, and nozzles. 120V and 230V Available.

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NEW - The Leister Triac BT Gun / Kits have now been discontinued.

Please see the New Alternative to this product, the TRIAC ST Tarpaulin Kit.

 

Leister Triac BT Kit for PVC Tarpaulin / Side Curtains

This kit has everything you need for any tarpaulin welding job. The powerful Heat Gun included is complimented perfectly by it's accessories, meaning all your tarpaulin tasks are completed quicker, safer and with a better quality than with just your average tarpaulin heat gun.

Its ergonomic and light weight design will satisfy all customers in vehicle plastic repairs and tarpaulin / lorry side curtain repairs.

 

 

Included in the kit:

  • Triac BT Hot Air Tool
  • 40mm Wide Slot Nozzle
  • 40mm Silicon Roller
  • Tool Case

 

 

The Leister Triac BT Hot Air Gun included with this kit combines the latest technology with modern design. Its ergonomic and light weight will satisfy all customers in vehicle plastic repairs and tarpaulin/ lorry side curtain repairs.

  • Light and Easy to Handle
  • Temperature Range: 20°C to 600°C
  • Ergonomic Handle for Welding without Strain
  • Electronically Protected Heating Element
  • Integral Precision Nozzle
  • Built-in Start Up Protection in case of Power Interuption
  • Complete kit including accessories tool box

 

 

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