Because of your demand for glue is rising and a great diversity of glue, then the two-component manual glue gun is a good choice. The two-component manual caulking gun can meet the requirements of mixing a variety of glues and can improve the efficiency and quality of gluing. It is widely used and promoted in industrial production lines and can be divided into nylon and metal glue guns according to the material.
It is used for 400ml 1:1 (200+200ml) fixed glue ratios as well as duplex cartridges with 18:1 trigger ratios without additional equipment. It maximizes personal maintenance efficiency and is designed to deliver material smoothly and accurately, producing excellent results.
The two-component manual caulking gun is carefully designed to be comfortable in the hand not only when extruding beads, but also when loading and unloading the glue cartridges with ease and convenience. The operator can grip the tool well and handle small corners easily and comfortably, and the use of the swivel frame makes operation more flexible and convenient. The product is lightweight, relatively smooth in the hand and can be used continuously.
The grout saw and hook are two demolition hand tools suitable for removing unwanted grout, stubborn old glue, bumps and dents, and smoothing caulk lines. It is ideal for detail work as it can get into tight corners, cracks, and stubborn areas.
Insert the caulking tube so that the back of the nozzle is facing the object. Hold the steel rod all the way and fit the caulking tube into the frame. Make sure the nozzle side is back to the operator. Insert the flat end of the tube into the rear of the gun first. When the rear end touches the rear of the gun, lower the front end of the tube down, making sure the tube is snug and level.
During use, the cartridge often continues to spray caulk even when the operator releases the trigger, which means the operator is often cleaning up and wasting caulk. Two reasons why the caulking bead will not stop are as follows:
The action of pushing the caulk out of the gun compresses the material. After releasing the trigger, the caulk will try to expand back to its original volume.
Sometimes, air bubbles get trapped in the cartridge. As these compression bubbles expand, they push the caulk outward.