DIODE PID with MINOR

  • Attached to MINOR blower
  • Includes a screw-on drawing nozzle
  • Easy to assemble

Heat Guns

Leister heat guns and hot air blowers are ideal for plastic welding, shrinking and forming thermoplastics, as well as for drying paint, varnish and much more. Thanks to their powerful hot air blower, as well as various nozzles and attachments, Leister’s professional hand tools are always reliable, even under difficult conditions and for demanding work.

Details

Ideal set to assemble
Mobile and fatigue-free draw welding, thanks to the DIODE PID kit with the popular, external MINOR air source. The kit is suitable for various projects and is ready to use immediately. The handle on the DIODE PID has a narrow diameter and fits well in the users hand. This makes the kit ergonomic and lighter than a hot air tool with integrated blower.

Choose Article Options

Voltage Power Nozzle connection Ø Air Hose Length Plug
100 V 1500 W 31.5 mm / 1.25 in / M14 1.5 m JP, 2 poles, 15A ⓘ
230 V 1700 W 31.5 mm / 1.25 in / M14 1.5 m EU, 2 poles, 16A ⓘ

Technical Data

NAME METRIC IMPERIAL
VOLTAGE 100 - 230 V 230
POWER 1500 - 1700 W 1500 - 1700 W
TEMPERATURE 20 - 600 °C 68.0 - 1112.0 °F
TEMPERATURE SETTING STEPLESS Yes Yes
STEPLESS AIR VOLUME ADJUSTMENT No No
STATIC PRESSURE 5000 Pa 725.16 psi
NOISE EMISSION LEVEL 67 - 68 dB (A) 67 - 68 dB (A)
OUTDOOR USE ⓘ Yes Yes
DISPLAY Yes Yes
ECO MODE ⓘ No No
E-DRIVE No No
NOZZLE CONNECTION Ø 31.5 mm / 1.25 in; M14 31.5 mm / 1.25 in; M14
LENGTH 256.0 mm 10.07 in
DEVICE DIAMETER 57 mm 2.24 in
HANDLE DIAMETER 40 mm 1.57 in
FREQUENCY 50/60 Hz 50/60 Hz
PLUG EU, 2 poles, 16A; JP, 2 poles, 15A EU, 2 poles, 16A; JP, 2 poles, 15A
POWER CABLE LENGTH 3.0 m 9.84 ft
CONFORMITY MARK CE CE
PROTECTION CLASS II II

Highlights

Perfect Combination

Suitable for a variety of appliations
MINOR blower included
Light and slim

Applications

Virtually Unlimited

Downloads

DIODE S/PID Operating Instructions
DIODE-SPID_Catalogue.pdf (121 downloads)

Plastic Welding – General Catalogue
Plastic-Welding-1.pdf (1541 downloads)