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Battery operated heat gun applies shrink tube and solder sleeves

A new battery operated heat gun that can be used virtually anywhere to apply heat shrink tube, solder sleeves, test sensors, de-icing components and perform related tasks was recently launched by Malcom Company, Inc. of Tiverton, R.I.The...


March 1, 2010  


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A new battery operated heat gun that can be used virtually anywhere to apply heat shrink tube, solder sleeves, test sensors, de-icing components and perform related tasks was recently launched by Malcom Company, Inc. of Tiverton, R.I.

The Malcom MCH-100 Battery Operated Heat Gun delivers hot air at a 2.66 CFM air flow through a hand tool connected to a water-resistant power pack with a flexible cord for optimum maneuverability. Ideally suited for applying heat shrink tube and solder sleeves in remote locations, this fully portable heat gun is available with a selection of specialty nozzles.

Powered by a 48V battery, the Malcom MCH-100 Battery Operated Heat Gun includes a 120/230V universal charger. Easy to carry using a convenient shoulder strap, it is also effective for sensor testing, drying, de-icing, plastic welding, and other many other applications. Typical users include utilities, power plants, municipalities, ship builders, and airports.

Malcom Company, Inc.

www.malcomcompany.com