Introduction / Safety notes
Hot glue gun PHP 500 B2
We congratulate you on the purchase of your new
device. You have chosen a high quality product.
The instructions for use are part of the product. They
contain important information concerning safety,
use and disposal. Before using the product, please
familiarise yourself with all of the safety information
and instructions for use. Only use the unit as descri-
bed and for the specified applications. If you pass
the product on to anyone else, please ensure that
you also pass on all the documentation with it.
The device is intended for gluing wood, cardboard,
packaging, PVC, carpet, seals, plastic, leather,
ceramic, glass and textiles with hot-melt adhesive.
The material to be glued must be clean, dry and
free of grease. Any other use or modification to the
tool shall be considered as improper use and could
give rise to considerable dangers. The manufacturer
will not accept liability for loss or damage arising
from improper use. The tool is not intended for com-
Charger with stand
Nozzle heat shield
Glue gun connection
1 Hot glue gun PHP 500 B2
1 Charger with stand
1 Mains lead
1 Wire stand
1 Replacement nozzle (short)
1 Interchangeable nozzle (long)
6 Glue sticks
1 Carry case
1 Operating instructions
Nominal voltage: 220–240 V∼ 50 Hz
25 W (starting 500 W)
Heating up time:
approx. 5 min.
ATTEnTIOn! Please read all the in-
structions and advice. Failure to observe
the instructions and advice given below
may result in electric shock, fire and / or serious injury.
Keep all the safety advice and instructions
in a safe place for future reference!
1. Workplace safety
a) Keep your working area clean and
clutter-free. Untidy or poorly lit working
areas can lead to accidents.
b) Do not allow the device to become wet.
Do not operate it in a moist environment.
c) Keep children and other people away
while you are operating the electrical
tool. Distractions can cause you to lose control
of the device.
c hildren or persons who lack the
knowledge or experience to use the
device or whose physical, sensory or
intellectual capacities are limited must