[Homeroast] Heat Gun
rlb at triad.rr.com
Tue Mar 15 05:09:49 CDT 2011
Thank you Hank....
I consistently stick to 227gm loads. I do better when there are fewer variables to deal with. The ambient temperatures have been so erratic here in NC
during the past several months and the Quest does react to temperature changes. Combine this with the probe sensor problem I experienced last
week and it was a challenge. It may be a waste of money to guy a heat gun with the temperature increasing at this time of the year.
The heat gun that I like is the Master Appliance PH1400K. It has variable fan and variable temperature in 10 degree increments which I think
would make it easier to control. Of course it's an overkill. I think it makes sense to see how it goes with the warmer weather and the probe
replacement before investing in a heat gun.
Thanks for your input.
On Mar 15, 2011, at 5:47 AM, Hank Perkins wrote:
> You do need one with a reducer tip that will allow you to force the
> heat down the tryer hole. Also I stay below 700 degrees max using it
> with the quest (mine is adjustable, I am on the road and don't have it
> here. I can't remember the brand). I don't think it is needed if
> your max load is 225g or maybe even 250g Get above 270g and it is
> definitely required. Or I guess you could roast in 100 degrees
> On Tue, Mar 15, 2011 at 1:59 AM, <raymanowen at gmail.com> wrote:
>> "...can't find one locally except the barebones models."
>> The barebones models generate heat. You wanted what- the problems endemic to
>> the more complex expensive models?
>> For $10.00, you get heat, blue fire, smoke and sparks from the Glorious
>> People's orange jobs-
>> For $20.00, I've gotten several years' service, lotsa' heat and Nil Per Mano
>> problems from my Wagner HT-1000.
>> Still made in the same country where they speak Chinese, but it works good.
>> Cheers -RayO, aka Opa!
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