The Nitrogen Plastic Welder uses hot nitrogen gas to restructure common plastic components in automotive repair — from cracked bumper cover surfaces to hinged tabs. Nitrogen is used as a shielding gas to prevent the plastic from burning during the weld process — producing a strong, lasting weld. Compressed air is used to maintain consistent temperature between welds — the nitrogen is only activated when pulling the trigger so that it’s not wasted between welds.
All digital controls for setting air, nitrogen flow and temperature settings.
The gas pressure sensing system extends the heating element lifetime by detecting low air flow. Loss of supply pressure causes power to the heating element to shut down while the display screen shows a “low flow” warning.
Plastic Welding Rods:
The NP-3 kit includes various plastic welding necessities such as thermoplastic filler rod, aluminum tape, and fine grit sandpaper.
Our very own HSW-200 Hot Staple Welder utilizes this handy 12V adapter completing your plastic repair toolset.
The smoothing iron is used to form a seamless transition between filler and base plastic.