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Trades Pro Dual Range Heat Gun w/ Nozzles - 5-Piece

Trades Pro Dual Range Heat Gun w/ Nozzles - 5-Piece

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This powerful dual range heat gun lets you remove paint or putty, bend plastic pipes, and more. There are 2 temperature settings and 4 nozzles to choose from. Hanging hook lets you store the heat gun when not in use. Durable plastic construction. 1-800-940-8924 to order Trades Pro electrical tools part number ALL836717 or order online at Free expert support on all Trades Pro products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for Trades Pro Dual Range Heat Gun w/ Nozzles - 5-Piece. Electrical Tools reviews from real customers.
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Trades Pro Electrical Tools - ALL836717

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This powerful dual range heat gun lets you remove paint or putty, bend plastic pipes, and more. There are 2 temperature settings and 4 nozzles to choose from. Hanging hook lets you store the heat gun when not in use. Durable plastic construction.


  • Dual range heat gun has a powerful heating element for removing paint or putty, bending plastic pipes, heating shrink wrap, and loosening rusted nuts and bolts
    • Can also be used to soften adhesives on floor tiles
  • 2 Temperature and airflow output settings - low and high
  • 4 Nozzles are included
    • Air reduction nozzle focuses the heat on a smaller area
    • Deflector nozzle controls the direction of the heat to protect nearby objects from getting hot
    • Scraper nozzle removes paint, glue, decals, laminates, and more
    • Reflector nozzle deflects the heat in hard-to-reach places
  • Hanging metal hook on the bottom of the handle allows you to easily store the heat gun when not in use
  • Manual switch to turn it on and off and to apply the different temperature settings
  • Cord extends out to plug into an outlet
  • Durable, plastic construction with ceramic insulators


  • Voltage: 120 volts
  • Temperature:
    • Low setting: 700 degrees F (375 degrees C)
    • High setting: 920 degrees F (495 degrees C)
  • Wattage:
    • Low setting: 1,000 watts
    • High setting: 1,500 watts
  • Airflow output:
    • Low setting: 14 cubic feet per minute
    • High setting: 19-1/2 cubic feet per minute
  • Cord length: 6'
  • 1-Year limited warranty

836717 Trades Pro Dual Range Heat Gun with Nozzles - 5-Piece

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Trades Pro Dual Range Heat Gun w/ Nozzles - 5-Piece - ALL836717

Average Customer Rating:  4.4 out of 5 stars   (9 Customer Reviews)

This powerful dual range heat gun lets you remove paint or putty, bend plastic pipes, and more. There are 2 temperature settings and 4 nozzles to choose from. Hanging hook lets you store the heat gun when not in use. Durable plastic construction.


I bought this after watching a video on this site; it looks very good and should save me some time in wiring both the car and the camper trailer.


Worked great for installing the trailer connector on our 2021 Chevy Colorado.


Works appropriately for heat shrink. Safer than a lighter.


good value and works well.


just what we expected


As usual, I have no complaints. I always get what I ordered within the specified time frame.


Works as advertised.




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