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How to Understand the Difference Between Hot Air Blowers and Air Heaters

How to Understand the Difference Between Hot Air Blowers and Air Heaters

Though it’s easy to confuse hot air blowers and air heaters, both tools are designed differently and serve their own purposes. But what’s the best...
IHS Partners with Tempco to Offer Unmatched Customer Service, Products

IHS Partners with Tempco to Offer Unmatched Customer Service, Products

Industrial Heat Sources pairs an extensive offering of high-performance hot air tools with personalized customer support. Its partnership with Tempco further adds to its goal of offering customers unmatched service.
Key Digital Tools for Your Equipment Lineup

Key Digital Tools for Your Equipment Lineup

Controllers and sensors, such as temperature controllers and thermocouples, provide users with the data they need to safely operate and control the...
Essential Blowers and Heaters for Your Equipment Lineup

Essential Blowers and Heaters for Your Equipment Lineup

Blowers and heaters play a critical role in keeping production processes running efficiently and smoothly. No matter the application, understanding...
Basic Welding Tools for Your Equipment Lineup

Basic Welding Tools for Your Equipment Lineup

Whether you’re welding a patch on a roof or fabricating a custom automotive body, having the correct welding tool is the first step in making sure ...
How Centrifugal and Regenerative Blowers Work

How Centrifugal and Regenerative Blowers Work

While both centrifugal and regenerative blowers work in a variety of similar applications, both are not created equal, nor are they used in the sam...
Hot-Air Tool Troubleshooting: Power Supply

Hot-Air Tool Troubleshooting: Power Supply

If your hot-air tool is not reaching the proper temperature, taking longer to heat up, performing inconsistently, or not functioning at all, the first thing you should check is that your power source consistently produces enough current to meet the voltage requirements of the tool.
5 Steps to Repair Single-Ply Roofing Punctures With Hot Air Tools

5 Steps to Repair Single-Ply Roofing Punctures With Hot Air Tools

It is not uncommon for storms, debris or man-made objects to puncture or tear a single-ply sheet, which if not immediately addressed can lead to water damage and other issues. Fortunately, with the right tools and technique, this damage can be quickly remedied by hot-air welding a patch over the hole or rip.