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Milwaukee 8988-20 Heat Gun

SKU: 164969
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   based on 1 Reviews
$150.36/ea
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About the Milwaukee 8988-20

This 8988-20 Heat gun is a genuine Milwaukee manufactured power tool. This tool is perfect for heating up pipes, or un-freezing frozen plumbing with a heat output of 110 degrees to 1150 degrees Fahrenheit. If you use a lot of power tools you know that there is nothing worse than dropping your tools on the ground and having it break in the middle of a project. Well the professionals at Milwaukee have taken that into consideration when designing the 8988-20 Heat gun; they made it with Impact Resistant Heating Element so it can be the most durable possible. This tool can be operated anywhere there is an outlet, it is powered by 120 volts of electricity. This Milwaukee 8988-20 comes with a limited five year manufactures warranty. You can purchase this power tool and many other Milwaukee products from PlumbersStock.com, which is the perfect place when looking to complete any residential or commercial project.

Product Details

Manufacturer: Milwaukee Electric Tool
Use: Heat Only
Product: Power Tools
Color: Red
Fuel Type: Electrical
Electrical Voltage: 110-120 Volt
Mpn # 8988-20
Shipping Dimensions 10.8" x 11.5" x 3.9"
Weight 2.94 lbs.

Product Features

  • Powerful 12.5 Amp Unit: Delivers 10.6 / 17.6 CFM
  • Digital Temperature Control: Provides Temperature Adjustments in 10 C Increments from 120 F - 1 150 F
  • Air Flow Control: Provides 2 Air Flow Settings - Low 10.6 CFM, High 17.6 CFM
  • Impact Resistant Heating Element: Delivers Maximum Durability
  • Cool Down Mode: Rapidly Reduce Temperature After Use
  • Wide Support Base: Provides Superior Stability to Prevent Tip Over

Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 based on 1 reviews


8988-20 Rated 5 by Anonymous
Just about my only option for separating and resealing expensive headlights. Expensive, but performs exactly as-advertised. Only problem? Shocked that a heat gun that costs nearly $200 doesn't come with a case.
Originally posted on milwaukeetool.com Jun/2012

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