Industrial hot glue guns provide reliability, quickness and ease of use in commercial and industrial applications. Professional hot glue guns typically have dual heaters with automatic shut-offs. Industrial models find use in the automotive industry, package sealing and other areas of high demand.
Hot glue guns often have three temperature ratings: low, high and dual. Low temperature models use low temperature glue sticks; high works well with high temperature sticks; and dual temperature models give good results with either high or low glue sticks. Nozzle size varies according to the amount of adhesive needed and glue sticks come in different sizes. Higher wattage models produce more power and higher temperatures while lower wattage provides lower temperatures. Pneumatic models supply more power with higher PSI. When choosing industrial or professional glue guns consider the following:
1. Industrial glue guns come in light to heavy-duty models based on intended usage.
2. Cordless models use butane offering longer periods of use.
3. Pneumatic models offer the flexibility of movement without sacrificing performance.
Choose light to heavy-duty industrial hot melt glue guns for big jobsControl the flow, heating temperatures and nozzle size with these glue guns.
Get mobility with a cordless hot melt glue gunThese cordless models provide mobility with refillable butane tanks and a piezo ignition button. Use regular butane that hardware and drugstores carry. Heat up time takes about 4 minutes and a single butane fill lasts several hours. A cordless industrial or commercial glue gun finds use in many markets.
Locate a pneumatic glue gun for high volume jobsThese pneumatic industrial glue guns provide performance for high volume applications. High wattage and adjustable temperature controls ensure many different types of applications.
- Some websites list discount pricing when ordering more than 1 commercial hot glue gun. Prices for the guns have a wide range from under a hundred to several hundred dollars per unit.