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JOSAM Introduces Induction Heating System for Service Shops

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JOSAM Introduces Induction Heating System for Service Shops

JOSAM, a Snap-on brand, has announced an induction heating system for automotive service shops.

“The advantages of induction heating compared with an open flame are numerous,” said David Zinkiewicz, Business Development Manager-Collision for JOSAM. “Using gas in the workshop is more dangerous and requires more maintenance than an induction heater. With an induction heater from JOSAM, you can minimize the risks of personal injury and damage to nearby sensitive machine parts during repair work that requires heating.”

JOSAM states in a release that it is now offering an induction heating system for its customers in North America—the JH1500.

The company’s new JH1500 has been improved in comparison to its predecessor. It features enhanced software and is lighter and easier to maneuver. However, it is designed to produce the same amount of power. The material directly receives the heat while the nearby heat-sensitive components need not be disassembled anymore. It is possible to simply heat up chassis, axles, joint reinforcements, bolts, clamping rings, pins and heavier steel parts for loosening, adjusting or straightening. For an optimal running time, the JH1500 is water-cooled. The system features five output levels and is built for shops that perform demanding types of heating work.

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