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Product Snapshot: Heat Gun and Container Handler

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The HG551V Heat Gun weighs only 1.3 lb and features a temperature range of 180 to 1,020 degrees Fahrenheit. Along with speed settings of 8.8 cfm and 16 cfm, the gun can be adjusted to the task. It has a rubberized pistol grip for easier handling. Optional nozzle accessories include two surface nozzles and a reflector nozzle. Makita; 800-462-5482; www.makitatools.com
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This week, we look at a heat gun from Makita and a container handler from SANY America. Click to begin the slide show.

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