Designed to improve workshop health and safety and get the job done faster, the new Mini-Ductor Venom induction heating tool has long list of potential uses.
From releasing ABS sensors and brake bleeder nuts to freeing corroded exhausts and manifold bolts, this tool makes for a handy addition to your kit.
GW reader, Jason Smith of JGS Autos in Redditch put the Venom through its paces at his garage and told GWTV that it has proven itself to be more than capable of releasing heavily corroded parts without the risk of a naked flame or other, more dangerous methods of heating.
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