Tried and true technologies continue to assist technicians with hard-to-solve issues.
Induction Innovations had a number of their tools on display at this year’s AAPEX Show. The company has engineered three generation of their mini inductors, with the latest version, the Mini-Ductor Venom coming to market in 2016.
“We’ve made a few enhancements, based on customer feedback,” Alicia Hawkins, Marketing Manager for Induction Innovations explained to CarCare Business magazine. “First, instead of using thumb screws to lock down attachments, which were standard on our older models, we now employ a quick-release mechanism, which is fool-proof.”
The Mini-Ductor Venom also employs LED usage indicators to alert the technician to any issues, should there be a problem. If everything is working correctly, a green LED let’s the user know that it’s good to go. In addition, a new fan design keeps the fan on for longer periods of time to keep the tool cool.
A wide variety of coils allow for a broad range of applications—from heating up O2 sensors to dent removal to the removal of decals and any other type of adhesive, to the removal or recessed lug nuts, and more.
In addition to the mini inductors, the company also had on display their full-size inductor series, which is specifically designed to help collision repair technicians remove bedliners, glass, frame rails, SMC panels, and more.