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A Look Into Our Lineup of Replacement Parts

A Look Into Our Lineup of Replacement Parts

Finding the right replacement part for your tool is essential to the proper functioning and performance of your entire team. Shop IHS's vast inventory of replacement parts and tap into our experts to help you find the right part for your needs.
  • Robert Heater
Round Up: Our Most-Recommended Roofing Tools

Round Up: Our Most-Recommended Roofing Tools

Are you reconsidering your current equipment lineup? If you're preparing to upgrade your systems and tools, IHS has your solution. Keep reading for a roundup of our favorite roofing systems, parts, and accessories.
  • Robert Heater
The Top-Searched Industrial Heating Products of 2020

The Top-Searched Industrial Heating Products of 2020

See our website's top 10 industrial heating products from 2020.
  • Robert Heater
Here Are IHS's Top November Products

Here Are IHS's Top November Products

We've rounded up the top industrial heating products for the month of November. Check them out here.
  • Robert Heater
The Industrial Heating Resource You Don't Want to Miss

The Industrial Heating Resource You Don't Want to Miss

The first issue of Heat Source, our newsletter for industrial heating professionals, just launched. Did you miss it? Catch up here.
  • Robert Heater
Hot Air Tool Troubleshooting: Weak Heat Output

Hot Air Tool Troubleshooting: Weak Heat Output

If your hot-air tool isn’t reaching the proper temperature, or doesn’t get as hot as it once did, you may have a faulty heating element.

  • Robert Heater
How to Weld With a Hot Air Hand Tool

How to Weld With a Hot Air Hand Tool

In roofing, you'll often be required to perform an overlap weld to join two pieces of thermoplastic (i.e. TPO, PVC, PPE), or plastic-coated fabrics. We've outlined the steps to seam welding with a hot-air hand tool
  • Robert Heater
5 Ways to Repair Single-Ply Roofing Punctures With Hot Air Tools

5 Ways 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.
  • Robert Heater