High Output Pneumatic Glue Gun
- Model p-610
- Pneumatic powered, dispenses beads or dots of glue with no operator fatigue
- 500 watt heater gives high output using 43mm hot melt of up to 4.1kg/Hr with low melt version available
- Fully enclosed cylinder for preventing melt back and consistent operation
- Weighs only 1.4kgs
Glue guns are used to seal items together, this can be sealing closed a cardboard box or gluing two pieces of wood together. The P-610 glue gun is suitable for 43mm hot melt slugs only.
All of our glue guns come with a 12 month return to base warranty as long as our glue is used with the product.
To ensure the best performance from your gun follow these tips:
- Allow the gun to heat up to operating temperature and do not apply force to the trigger before the gun is ready. Most guns are ready in 5-7 minutes, spray guns need at least 10 minutes. A new gun should be loaded with glue before switch-on and the glue gradually pushed through the gun, using light pressure on the trigger, as it heats. This expresses air from the chamber and avoids cold glue melting immediately on contact with the heater housing.
- The gun should never be laid on its side, this could cause the glue to “puddle” and cause melt back into the cooler part of the gun. If this happens, the gun could suffer internal damage.
- Unplug the gun if it will not be used for 40 minutes or more. To cool the gun more quickly and aid easier start-up the next time it is used, disconnect from the power supply when work is complete and while the gun is cooling use the trigger to extrude about half a cartridge / stick of molten glue through it.
- Wipe any excess molten glue from around the nozzle at the end of each work session with a cloth as this will prevent build up of glue deposits which can char. This should be done while the gun is still hot. Always wear protective gloves.
- Never withdraw a part melted glue cartridge / stick from the back of the gun.
- Never remove the nozzle from a cold gun as thread damage could result. Warm the gun first and always wear protective gloves. Most integral gun stands incorporate a nozzle remove