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Leister Altro Flooring Kit with Triac ST 110V or 230V

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Leister Altro Flooring Kit with Triac ST 110V or 230V

NEW: Leister Altro Flooring Kit / Welding kit with carry case, available in 110V or 230V.


Leister Triac ST Part Number: 141.308 (120V) / 141.309 (230V)

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Excl. VAT: £499.99 Incl. VAT: £599.99
  • Buy 2 for £488.00 (£585.60 incl. tax) each
  • Buy 3 for £476.00 (£571.20 incl. tax) each

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Excl. VAT: £499.99 Incl. VAT: £599.99
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This kit is ideal for flooring / welding applications.

Used in multiple applications the Leister Triac-ST will not only enable you to weld plastic of all types such as HDPE, PP, ABS, PVC but enables plastic welding of single-ply roof membrane, plastic welding of PVC coated fabrics, vehicle plastic bumper repairs, geotextile material welding, heat shrinking and many more applications where hot air tools are required for joining plastic. The Leister Triac-ST is the hot air tool of choice for professionals worldwide and will be available either as a plastic welding kit or as a standalone unit.

Included in the kit:

  • Triac ST (110V or 230V)
  • Leister Standard End Reduction 5mm Nozzle 100.303
  • Leister 5mm Speed Welding Nozzle 106.991
  • Leister Penny Roller 106.970
  • Altro Speed Groover
  • Spatula / Crescent Knife
  • Spatula Guide
  • Leister Carry Case

About The Leister Triac ST Heat Gun

Handiness, reliability, and versatility are the key arguments in favour of the new TRIAC-ST. Its two component handle gives users a perfect grip, while the low weight of less than 1kg ensures an optimum weight balance. The innovative motor and turbine design, combined with the heating element familiar from the TRIAC-AT, enhance the value even more. More than 80 nozzles fit onto the TRIAC ST; these are also compatible with the TRIAC AT and TRIAC S

The new Triac ST from Leister is primarily used for welding and processing plastic. During its development, a deliberate choice was made to do without extra technical features. Instead, it is distinguished by handiness, reliability, and versatility. Like its predecessor the Triac S.

This heat gun comes in a Leister Hard Plastic Case.

Features & Benefits:

Ergonomic Handling: The 2 component handle and perfect tool balance ensure ideal grip and optimum working even under the toughest conditions.

A Real Lightweight: Weight less than 1kg/2.18lbs, the Triac ST is even lighter than its predecessor.

Always Keeps a Cool Head: There is an actively cooled protective tube for greater work safety

Design Meets Experience: The Triac ST is already the 7th generation of the revolutionary Triac hot-air tool range from Leister. Decades of experience packed in a modern design.

Specifications

Features & Benefits:

Ergonomic Handling: The 2 component handle and perfect tool balance ensure ideal grip and optimum working even under the toughest conditions.

A Real Lightweight: Weight less than 1kg/2.18lbs, the Triac ST is even lighter than its predecessor.

Always Keeps a Cool Head: There is an actively cooled protective tube for greater work safety

Design Meets Experience: The Triac ST is already the 7th generation of the revolutionary Triac hot-air tool range from Leister. Decades of experience packed in a modern design.

 

Included in the kit:

  • Triac ST (110V or 230V)
  • Leister Standard End Reduction 5mm Nozzle 100.303
  • Leister 5mm Speed Welding Nozzle 106.991
  • Leister Penny Roller 106.970
  • Altro Speed Groover
  • Spatula / Crescent Knife
  • Spatula Guide
  • Leister Carry Case
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