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Glue Guns

Glue guns are used for adhesive applications on different materials. Glue guns work by heating up a glue stick until it becomes viscous then by squeezing the gun trigger the molten glue is applied to the surface. These are also known as hot melt adhesive (HMA) sticks. The glue will then cool and solidify in a matter of seconds and usually fully cured within 1 minute. Hot melt glue guns can be used to bond a number of different materials including

  • Paper
  • Cardboard
  • Ceramics
  • Glass
  • Metal
  • Plastic
  • Rubber
  • Wood

Caulk Guns

Sealant guns are designed to help you apply a smooth even line or used to fill in gaps. The solid and robust frame holds the tube firmly whilst allowing for easy loading. Also known as a caulk gun or mastic applicator, they fit the most popular sized cartridges, with heavy duty guns holding the larger cartridges. 

Adhesive Syringe Guns

Adhesive syringe guns are tools used to join materials and parts together with molten adhesive. Bars of solid adhesive or glue sticks are placed at the back of the gun.

Epoxy Guns

Epoxy guns provide a precise and efficient way to distribute adhesives, each gun is designed to be used multiple times and allows the user to professionally apply epoxy for bonding materials such as steel, glass and various plastics. Some models are ergonomically designed to reduce fatigue from constant pressing and beneficial for hard to reach areas.

Difference between Glue Gun and Caulk Gun

To start with, it's important to note the difference between a glue gun and a caulking gun (also known as a silicone or sealant gun). A caulking gun is used to distribute cool silicone paste from a cartridge, while a glue gun works by heating sticks of glue before releasing the glue in liquid form through a nozzle.

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