Easy Operation Plastic Welder

February 10, 2020

 

The Dent Fix DF-EZA1 Airless Plastic Welder is an economical way to do limited plastic welding. Airless plastic welding has been around since the late 1970’s and still can be used today. Capable of repairing most basic tears, gouges, cracks, and some tabs, airless plastic welding will accomplish virtually all repairs that can be performed using adhesives. Kit includes 2 tips (1 spade spreading tip, 1 feeder welding tip). 5 types of 3mm plastic rod in, ABS, Polypropylene, Polyethylene, Polycarbonate, and Polyurethane. Small compact sizes

APPLICATION
Compact airless plastic welder for repairing the most basic tears, gouges, cracks, and some tabs on damaged automotive parts.

 

FEATURE & BENEFITS
• EASY OPERATION - Turn the dial to the correct heat setting and you are plastic welding!

• TWO TIPS - The Spade Tip and Feeder Welding Tip gives you two tools in one.

• COMPACT - Easily bring this to any job around the shop and store in a drawer when done.

• 5 YEAR WARRANTY - Peace of mind your tool will last for a long time.

 

CAPABILITIES
Airless welding offers a wide variety of plastic repair options for a minimal amount of investment. 5 different types of plastic rods are included in the kit and allow for repairing the following types of plastics: ABS, Polypropylene, Polyethylene, Polycarbonate, and Polyurethane. Easily select the correct temperature setting with the adjustment knob which raises or lowers the temperature of the tips to meet the heat requirements to correspond with the appropriate type of plastic. A plastic Feeder Welding Tip provides a great method to melt plastic material into the V-Grove of the repair. The Spade Spreading Tip can be used to smoothed out finish the repair.

 

STORAGE
Compact design allows for it to be placed inside of a tool box, bag, or cart with ease. Welding wand can be unplugged from the unit for easier storage.

 

SPECIFICATIONS
Manufactured: USA
Power: 12V

Please reload

Featured Posts

A Message to Our Customers

April 13, 2020

1/8
Please reload

Recent Posts