HT1000 Heat Gun
The HT1000 is a basic heat tool designed to apply heat for projects such as removing paint, thawing pipes and loosening rusted bolts. The dual temperature and fan speed settings will cover a majority of project needs.
- 750°F and 1000°F temperature setting for various project needs
- Easy-to-use temperature switch built into the handle
- Two fans speeds for heating control
- Corrosion resistant nozzle and integrated hanging hook
- Rugged and lightweight design
Parts and Accessories
HT1000 Heat Gun is rated out of 5 by 19.
Rated 4 out of 5 by zappenfusen from Typical mid Range I gave up on econo moderls and spent the $30.00 on the Wagner. It made it about a year of general use. I took it apart , twisted Nichrome back together and it's been going about a month. We'll see, but I got my money's worth. Zappenfusen
Date published: 2017-11-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by signmaker from Company stands behind product. We bought a HT100 heat gun and a week later it stopped. We sent it back to company and they sent us a new one in less than a week. Product works great for our needs. Will purchase more in the future.
Date published: 2013-06-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by lucky1 from The heat gun did the work like advertised. The job was a lot easier with the heat gun and did it really quick.
Date published: 2013-02-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hank from Great product and price! I was looking for a heat gun (to replace a hair dryer & low-flame heat torch) and after looking at a few choices, I know Wagner makes a quality product from past things I'd bought anyway from them. So it was no surprise this one worked well and seemed to be well constructed. When I use a heat gun, I normally only use it a few minutes at a time; I'm sure it'll do the job for longer use each time, but for me its perfect and I don't any see reason why it wouldn't stand up for long interval use. If it's a bit more in cost than other brands, I'd still go with Wagner. Note: It has two heat settings by degrees assigned to each one; recommend that whatever work you do, that you check to ensure the heat settings are enough & not too much for the type of work you do (as with any heat gun)
Date published: 2013-02-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by Landlordlee from disappointing I've worn-out three of the prior HT1000 Wagner heat gun and felt they served me well. I purchased a new Ht1000 3 months ago without realizing the nozzle style had changed. The new heat gun does not accomdate prior HT1000 'concentrator' & 'flare' nozzle attachments.Very disappointing and limits usage! Further, the new heat gun may be described as same power, but doesn't heat as well at the tip and leaks heat into the pistol handle and out through the seam - uncomfortable. I will try competitive product
Date published: 2012-10-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by JR521 from Great Heat Gun Works well, does the job that I need. Lite weight. Excellent quality.
Date published: 2012-07-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by NCBigmouth from Works great for removing paint I bought it to remove exterior chipped paint and it works great. This is the only purpose I have used it for but I'm pleased with it. I do suggest using the high setting and hold the tip about 4" from the surface. Wait for the paint to blister ahead of your scraper and keep moving it ahead of the scraper.
Date published: 2012-06-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by taxidermy57 from Lived up to my expectations I use this heat gun in my taxidermy business and it has done everything I've needed a heat gun to do.
Date published: 2012-06-14
For the HT 1000 Heat Tool, is there a difference between the model 0503172 and 0503008?
I found a model 0503172 at Lowes, but many reviews I see are for the model 0503008. Both seem to be labeled the HT 1000 Heat Tool. Are they the same device? Maybe one is newer? Thanks.
Both are the same model heat gun.
Date published: 2016-12-12
Can this heat gun be used to remove wallpaper. I have a wallpaper border that I would like to remove but not sure if it should be used?
Wagner does not recommend using heat guns to remove wall paper. Instead, we recommend using a steamer.
Date published: 2015-02-23
What the Voltage for this item 120V or 240V ?
The HT1000 is 120V and only available in North America.
Date published: 2014-02-27
first time use with the HT1000 and the concentrator tip seems stuck to the gun. Is there a best way to remove the tip?
It normally isn't difficult to remove the tip. If it is, allow it to cool down first and then try using a needle nose pliers to grab onto the front of it and see if you can get a better grip on it to remove the concentrator tip.
Date published: 2013-12-04
What is the flow of air supplied by HT1000 Heat Gun on the two levels of high and low temperature?
if possible in liters per minute
The air flow is: In low 13-15 CFM (350-425 Litres/Minute) In High 25-28 CFM (700-800 Litres/Minute)
Date published: 2017-10-31
HT1000 concentrator tip 10355
Listed in the manual, but cannot locate on the website or elsewhere. (Home Depot thinks I am crazy) Is there really such an accessory?
Yes there is a concentrator nozzle and it is pn# 10355. You can order that item directly through Wagner by calling 1-800-727-4023, or if you call we can try and see if there is a different Home Depot part number we can give you.
Date published: 2013-12-04