When technicians are working on vehicles in rust belt areas, which includes a lot of central and eastern Canada, seized bolts, lug nuts and fittings can be a real pain to remove when performing both collision and mechanical work.
Instead of trying to remove them by heating them up using a torch, induction heaters are a far safer and more effective option.
At the 2021 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Induction Innovations was displaying its Mini-Ductor Venom HP 1800-watt induction heater.
Offered in different colours, including a special pink one that was released for Breast Cancer Awareness for the month of October, it can also be used in conjunction with twist-lock coils, which can be wrapped around components such as exhaust pipes to remove oxygen sensors.
The coils are available in different shapes and sizes so, technicians always have the right tool and the right fit for a specific job.
Induction Innovations products can be shipped directly to Canada from the company website, theinductor.com or are available through Canadian distributors.