The Inductor heating tool from Induction Innovations, uses flameless ‘invisible heat’ to release ferrous and some non-ferrous metals from corrosion and thread lock compounds without the danger of an open flame.
GW asked Alicia Hawkins, marketing manager at Induction Innovations, told GW: “Induction heat is an alternative to the use of oxy-acetylene in the workshop.
“Our Inductor tools come with flexible, pre-formed coils, which fit around the part, without touching it and localise the heat solely on the part and not the surrounding area.”
“Induction heat basically takes away the hassle of automotive repairs, which ultimately helps make workshops more efficient and more profitable…”
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