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Plastic Welding Kit, 130 to 1000F, 11A
- Item # 5PYL9
- Mfr. Model # PH-1400WK
- UNSPSC # 27112717
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 5.68 lbs.
- Item Plastic Welding Kit
- Power Source Electric
- Voltage 120
- Temperature Range 130 Degrees to 1000 Degrees F
- Watts 1300
- Amps AC 11
- Air Volume 4 to 16 cfm
- Heating Element Material Ceramic Cartridge
- Switch Type 3 Position Rocker
- Temp. Settings Variable
- Temp. Lock Yes
- Stand Included No
- Standards UL and cUL Listed
- Application General Purpose
- Includes Mfr. No. PH-1400 Heat Gun, Manual, Plastic Case, Mfr. No. 35294 Reducer Attachment, 5PYN1 Plastic Welding Tip, Mfr. No. 35271 Lap Welding Tip, 6 AB Styrene Welding Rods, 6 Polypropylene Welding Rods, 6 Polyvinyl Chloride Welding Rods, 6 LDPED Welding Rods, 6 HDPE Welding Rods
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