Video: how to remove a Corroded nut near fuel lines

The Mini-Ductor Induction Heating tool range uses Invisible Heat to quickly heat metal

Video: how to remove a Corroded nut near fuel lines
Removing corroded fuel lines with the with the Mini-Ductor induction heating tool range.

The traditional approach of using an Oxy-Acetylene torch is obviously out of the question as its use in a confined space vastly increases the consequential fire risk – plastics, wiring, trim and fumes around the part to be removed can catch fire, causing potentially costly damage.

The Mini-Ductor induction heating tool range quickly heats ferrous and some non-ferrous metal, providing a safe and viable alternative to using a naked flame.

Some parts can be also be reused as the ‘invisible heat’ is localised on the part and not the surrounding area, with less collateral damage.

The Mini-Ductor is supplied with three bendable coils, ideal for getting into awkward areas and thin enough to wrap round the nut and heat it in seconds for easy removal.

Step-by-step guide

  1. Make sure fuel lines are not leaking or creating a vapour.
  2. Select the correct coil and bend it to the correct shape for ease of use.
  3. Tighten preformed coil well.
  4. Only heat the nut enough to expand and loosen.
  5. Select correct tools, such as a spanner, to loosen nut.
  6. The nut is safely removed.

The Mini-Ductor range is available in 240V II + (MD-800), 110 CE (MD-700CE) and new, portable 12V (MD-500) version.

To find out more call 01953 859138, email [email protected] or click ‘more details’ below.

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