CRL SS96 Hot Melt Butyl Gunning System

Item #: SS96 by CR Laurence

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CRL SS96 Hot Melt Butyl Gunning System

Item #: SS96 by CR Laurence

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  • An Efficient Machine for Insulating Glass Fabrication
  • Dispenses CRL30703 Hot Melt Butyl Cakes
  • Includes 8' (2.4 m) Flexible Hose and Handgun
  • Our Most Popular Model

Height

23" (584 mm)

Length

14" (355.6 mm)

Width

11-1/2" (292 mm)

Shipping Dimensions

36" x 21" x 30"

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The CRL Hot Melt Butyl Gunning System is compact and versatile. Its unique pumping action eliminates entrapped air in the sealant. The pump has a 10 lbs. (4.53 kg) tank capacity with a temperature range from 100°F to 425°F. CRL Hot Melt Butyl can be added while gunning. An Eight-Foot Flexible Hose with variable 350° to 450°F temperature control is coupled with a lightweight, heated, hand gun which features a swivel and trigger lock action. The Cat. No. SS96 does not use compressed air, and operates quietly. The mechanical and electrical systems contain few moving parts, resulting in less down time and low maintenance operation.
ELECTRICAL
Voltage - 115 VAC, 60 Hz with ground
240V Models Available on Special Order
Wattage - 1265 Watts
Motor Rating - 1/6 hp, gearbox
38 rpm output
Warm-Up Time - 45 to 60 minutes
FUNCTIONAL
Melt Rate - 8 lbs. (3.6 kg)/hour
Pump Output Rate (Maximum) - 40 lbs. (18.1 kg)/hour
Tank Temperature Range - 100-425°F(37-217°C)
Tank Capacity – 10 Lb. (4.5 kg)
Gun/Hose Temperature Range - 350-450°F (177-232°C)
Shipping Weight - 120 lbs. (54 kg) Important Notes: Read the owner's manual and all manufacturer's warnings before using this machine. The material that is dispensed from this unit can be in excess of 400°F and can easily cause burns to the skin and eyes. Failure to take these precautions can result in operator injury.