With the hot air burner, the gas flame is held back in the burner head, which creates a stream of hot air. These burners are used wherever an open flame would cause material damage and are therefore very well suited for light shrinking and heating work, for paint removal and for zinc preheating, among other things.
|Description||Hot air burner|
|Burner diameter, mm||38|
|Gas consumption at 2 bar, g/h||130|
|Effect at 2 bar, kW||1,7|