Watch: How to remove corroded brake bleeder nuts

Corroded brake bleeder nipples are notoriously tricky to remove but the Mini-Ductor Venom helps solve the problem

Watch: How to remove corroded brake bleeder nuts
The Mini-Ductor Venom uses bendable coils which provide good access to the part and fit around the nipple without touching it.

The new Mini-Ductor Venom induction heating tool helps improve workshop health and safety, saves time and reduces costs by being more efficient at removing rusted, corroded parts than by using a naked flame or other methods.

The energy is created by an electromagnetic field between the two sides of the coil which creates a friction in the molecules of the metal which causes it to get hot.

Step by step guide

  1. Fit the correct size coil.
  2. Bend the coil to the correct shape.
  3. Attach the coil.
  4. Heat the nut for 15-20 seconds.
  5. Use a selected tool to unscrew the bleeder nut.

Heat the part for around 15 seconds, then let it cool for around 20 seconds before attempting to remove it.

This process may have to be repeated 2/3 times, but be patient and don’t be too heavy handed; a few minutes of using the Venom will save hours of grief and extra cost if the nipple breaks.

It’s a good idea to clean the area and remove any corrosion with a wire brush.

Ensure the coil you select is a good fit for the nipple, with the appropriate angle applied.

For further information about the Mini-Ductor Venom call 01953 859138, email [email protected], or select ‘more details’ below.

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