HT775 Heat Gun
The HT775 Heat Gun is a variable temperature heat tool ranging from 750˚F to 1000˚F. The heat output is adjustable by turning the knob on the adjustable air intake cover, which changes the size of the intake openings. The HT775 has a rugged, lightweight design and is great for heavy-duty jobs.
- Variable temperature ranging from 750°F to 1000°F
- 1680 watts/5700 BTU
- Replaceable ceramic heating element
- Fan only cool down setting
- Hands free stand
Parts and Accessories
HT775 Heat Gun is rated out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by TLIND187 from PURCHASED FOR STRIPPING MARINE VARNISH FROM BOAT I've never used a heat gun before to strip varnish from my boat and instead used heavy sand paper or chemical strippers. After watching some professionals use heat guns on their clients boats, I decided to give it a try. I stripped and scrapped off the multiple coats of varnish covering a large hatch cover on my boat using the Wagner heat gun in about 2hrs of easy almost effortless work. Being a first time user, I made a couple mistakes and scorched the teak wood surface in a couple places before getting the hang of it. The scorch marks were easily removed during finish sanding. I will be using this gun a lot in the future because it works so well and the cleanup afterward is so simple. The varnish scrapings are easily vacuumed up with a shop vac and there's no dust flying around or the need for more caustic chemicals to dissolve an already caustic substance. This heat gun is truly a superior product that I wish I had been using 10+ years ago.
Date published: 2012-06-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by greenfinpopfish2 from A solid, well-built, heat gun For the price, you can not beat this Wagner HT775 Heat Gun. It is constructed and performs like the more expensive guns. Plus, it has a replaceable heating element that is simple to change, should it ever go out. I used mine for the first time to heat shrink tubing on electrical wires. On the low setting, it took about 20 seconds to complete the heat-shrink process. I also used the low setting to soften and bend plastic tubing. On the high side, this thing will easily soften and strip paint as well. Neither have I had any issues about blowing a 15 amp fuse during continous use. Be sure to use the cool-down fan immediately after use (as described in the instructions) to prolong heating element. This thing gets hot FAST! In addition, I purchased the Milwaukee/Wagner Accessory Tip Kit to use with my heat gun. These really come in handy for those more intricate jobs. And they fit like a glove.
Date published: 2012-02-17
I have a Model 750 heat gun. I need a new plastic handle to replace the original one that has broken. Can handle be purchased as a replacement part
Unfortunately, the handle assembly for the Model 750 Heat Tool is no longer available.
Date published: 2014-11-24
Is the HT775 heat gun hot enough to shrink the shrink wrap used on covering boats?
The HT775 produces 1680 Watts and 5700 BTUs with a temperature setting from 750° F. to 1000° F. That should be enough but check with the shrink wrap manufacturer to be sure. This gun is designed to be used by a homeowner; it is not for professional use. If you have any other questions please feel free to call us at (800)727-4023.
Date published: 2017-01-27
What is the cfm rating for this gun?
23 CFM @3000 FPM
Date published: 2013-10-22