Hot melt Glue Gun


      Operation Procedure

  1.        Plug glue gun into an electrical outlet.
  2.        Insert glue stick.
  3.        Wait for 3 -5 minutes for the glue to heat up.
  4.        Trigger the gun to apply glue.
  5.        Reload glue sticks as needed.
  6.        Unplug the tool after use if not using for a long time                                                                       



    1.        Keep work area clean. Do not use the tool in damp or wet location or expose it to rain.keep work area well lighted. Do not use in presence of flammable liquids and gasses.
    2.        Avoid touching grounded parts with your body,  e,g  pipes relative appliance and so on.
    3.        Do not touch the heated nose and hot glue.
    4.        Always protect your eyes and body from solder splashes by wearing suitable goggles and cloths.
    5.        Please the appliance on its stand after use and allow it to cool down before storage.
    6.        Do not leave the appliance unattended when it is switched on.
    7.        Don’t put your finger on the trigger of a plugged-in tool which is loading and in use.                                                                                                                                                               

      Glue gun specifications

      Glue guns come in low-temperature and high-temperature (hot-melt) versions. Low-temperature glue guns operate at approximately 120 °C (248 °F) and are well suited when high temperatures are undesirable, such as gluing lace and cloth. High-temperature guns operate at approximately 190–210 °C (374–410 °F) and produce a stronger bond. Dual Temperature guns have a switch for both low- and high-temperature use.