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Heat gun HyStream 200
Robust, easy-to-handle thermo tool for numerous hot air applications
"Simply good" is how your work will turn out when using this hot air blower. At first sight the heat gun HyStream 200, exclusively available at Trotec, impresses with a clear control concept, practice-optimized German industrial design and TÜV-tested safety.
With a power consumption of 2,000 W the HyStream 200 allows for a wide range of applications including soldering, glueing, paint removal, deforming plastics, shrinking foils or drying varnish.
A universal hot air blower with smart two-stage regulation
The HyStream 200 comes equipped with a two-stage combination switch, in a way marrying the regulation of hot air temperature and air flow rate. Set to stage 1, a hot air current of 350 °C blows out of the device with 300 litres per minute and stage 2 increases this performance to 550 °C and 500 l/min. This way, you can simply adjust the HyStream 200 to suit your needs.
Similarly, the HyStream 200 is easy to handle. With the light weight of only 600 g even a longer use of this hot air unit is practically effortless, and the pistol-shaped ergonomic design ensures comfortable working as well as a secure hold.
With the heat gun HyStream 200 you are always on the safe side, for this thermo tool is supplied in TÜV-tested quality, thus guaranteeing high value, safety and functionality.
Thanks to the especially well-balanced weight distribution, this thermo tool is also suited for stationary tilt-proof operation permitting free-handed working. This means, that you can hold onto the workpiece with both hands, which is particularly practical when bending pipes. But the stationary use is also a good idea for prolonged soldering work or similar applications.
Useful tool with handy accessories
The set of attachment nozzles included in the HyStream 200's standard scope of delivery renders this heat gun an ideal thermo tool for virtually any task:
The diversion nozzle protects heat-sensitive materials from overheating by simply diverting the radiated heat. Ideal for removing old coats of paint and window putty or other restoration work.
Using the barbecue lighter nozzle, the charcoal will be red-hot and ready for use in only a few minutes.
The reducing nozzle concentrates the radiated heat for work requiring pinpoint accuracy, e.g. to remove paint out of corners or for welding work.
A wide-angle nozzle ensures a steady and extensive distribution of air, ideal for the large-scale burn-off of old coats of paint or else to evenly dry putty.