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Electronically controlled Steinel hot air tool HG 2120 E Vehicle Wrapping / Carwrapper Edition
Experts in vehicle wrapping. Electronically controlled hot air tool HG 2120 E. 2200 Watt, infinitely adjustable temperature from 80°C - 630°C, airflow rate adjustable from 150 - 500 I/min in 3 stages.
Welcome to the professional class! The 2200-W HG 2120 E hot air tool in 'Carwrapper Edition'. The ceramic heater's temperature can be infinitely varied over a range of 80°C - 630°C at the thumbwheel. The practical 'powerhouse' weighs only 840g (without mains cable) - ideal for fatigue-free working.
Features: 2200-watt brushless motor, rated for 750 hours of operation. Integrated thermal cut-out to prevent overheating. 3 stage blower, from 150-500 I/min. Simple temperature adjustment, with temperature display on the thumbwheel in 9 stages. Ergonomic handle with soft inlay for working safely with one hand. Non-slip standing surface and hanger.
Service-friendly: the heater can be replaced in next to no time, the power cord can be changed without opening the enclosure.
Accessories: the HL Scan temperature scanner indicates the correct temperature while tamping the foil (included in this Kit). Optional fine dust filter provides additional protection in dusty environments - available to purchase separate.
- Steinel HG 2120 E 240V Hot Air Gun
- Steinel HL Scan
- Supplied in Cardboard Box
Temperature Scanner - HL Scan:
Insurance cover for temperature-sensitive workpieces. Temperature scanner HL Scan monitors workpiece temperature by a beam of LED light. An acoustic and visual signal warns the user when temperature exceeds or falls below the permissible limit.
Full control of temperature and never again a risk of causing damage. HL Scan measures the temperature at the workpiece surface while working on it with the hot air tool. An accoustic signal sounds as soon as heat either exceeds or falls below the ideal temperature. The display also shows whether workpiece surface is too hot or too cold. Red means 'too hot', green means 'ideal temperature' and blue means 'too cold. The warning tolerance range can be selected to suit individual needs. if chosen, the visual and acoustic warning can be deactiviated.