The TRIAC AT from Leister is a good companion for all those who weld and process plastic with the handy, practical heat gun. It is a versatile tool with numerous applications in various areas. Here are just a few examples:
Everyone who has worked with the TRIAC AT for long periods appreciate its light weight of less than a kilo and its ergonomic, soft-touch handle. It’s a perfect fit in your hand and makes working for long periods easy.
You may already be familiar with this in other heat guns: Just set the ideal work parameters on the heat gun (temperature and air volume) and it is ready to go. If you accidentally move a knob and everything has been reset incorrectly, it can be annoying and waste time. To ensure that this doesn’t happen to you, your TRIAC AT comes with a key lock. After the settings have been made, simply activate the key lock with the e-drive knob and nothing will get interrupted.
The quality of your weld not only depends on you mastering your skills, but also your material, environment and voltage. To ensure control while working, your TRIAC AT indicates the current mains voltage at the press of a button on the display. You can also see this in this video.
A heat gun, as the name suggests, can get very hot. Your TRIAC AT generates heat with temperatures rising up to 620 °C / 1148 °F, which is enough to burn yourself. To make sure this doesn’t happen, it comes with an actively cooled protection tube to prevent any burns while working.
The TRIAC AT has two air filters. These are required for optimum air supply and maximum power. The air filters also protect your TRIAC AT from humidity, dust and dirt. Every now and then it’s your job to clean both of these filters. This requires no great effort because they are easily removed and cleaned.
Are environmentally friendly and low-energy tools and machines important for you? They are for us as well. This is why the TRIAC AT is now equipped with the energy-saving, ECO mode. If you happen to have a SOLANO AT, then you know this already. The ECO mode on the TRIAC AT also works using a sensor that knows when you are taking a break from working. If you put your TRIAC AT down, then this sensor switches to ECO mode and uses 40% less energy. The time delay until the TRIAC AT goes into eco mode is 5 to 60 seconds. When you no longer need to use the TRIAC AT, it turns off completely in a period that can be selected anywhere from a minute to an hour. You can easily configure this time yourself to suit your own requirements. How does this work? Watch this video to find out.