- Optimally shaped flat
- Non-scratch Teflon® coating
- 12-foot power cord
- High/low selectable heat
- Includes 2 shoes
Having the right tool for the job makes any task easier. If you want a professional covering job, you need professional quality tools. That's where the Hangar 9® ProTrim™ Sealing Tool comes in handy. It's perfect for quality-minded modelers who want to achieve the best possible finishing results with minimal effort.
The Hangar 9 ProTrim Sealing Tool comes with two shoes: one round and one flat. These shoes have been optimized with the correct angle for covering tight and hard-to-reach places. Furthermore, both shoes have Teflon® coating for a smooth scratch- and dent-free finish. By simply loosening two screws at the head of the ProTrim Sealing Tool, you can easily switch from the flat shoe, which is used in areas with sharp angles (such as the junction between the stabilizer/fin and hinge gaps) to the round shoe for making concave areas look as smooth as a painted surface—perfect for use on concave fillets and Hornerwing tips.
The ProTrim has two temperature settings, low and high, that are controlled through a slide switch. If needed, you can mechanically fine tune the temperature by adjusting how deep the shoe is located in the tool. On low, the temperature setting can range from 186°F to 215°F. On high, the temperature setting can range from 270°F to 318°F.
The ProTrim is supplied with an extra long 12' cord, making it great for covering large airplanes.
It also comes with a table-top stand to protect your work surface from burns. Plus, the ProTrim has a 2-year limited warranty, making it an exceptional value.
Pick up the right tool for the job and seal your next project to perfection. Details count. Get the right tool for the job---the Hangar 9 ProTrim Sealing Tool.
Teflon® is a trademark or registered trademark of E.I. DuPont de Nemours and Co. Corporation, Wilmington, Delaware.
|Input Voltage||110 - 120V|
|Max temperature||318 °C|
|Hi - to etched line||270 °C|
|Hi - to set pin||318 °C|
|Low - to etched line||186 °C|
|Low - to set pin||215 °C|