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SEMA Show Specials, Thin Wall Coils & Exhaust Manifold Bolt Removal

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

SEMA Show Specials

Take advantage of our show specials and see how to remove recessed lug nuts and exhaust manifold bolts faster than a torch.

SEMA 2018 Show Specials

We are extending the following through December 31, 2018:

To take advantage of these offers, call us at (877) 688-9633.

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See How Induction Heating Solves Repair Problems & Pays for Itself at SEMA 2017

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

See How Induction Heating Solves Repair Problems & Pays for Itself at SEMA 2017

Visit us in booth #11009 in the Collision Section at SEMA 2017 to see how we solve a wide variety of automotive repair issues with induction heating equipment that pays for itself in less than a year (often in 3-6 months).

Repair issues include releasing seized/corroded parts, repair dents and removing glass without having to sub-contract it out, with the PTEN award-winning Mini-Ductor Venom portable induction heater and Inductor® Lite 2,400W induction heater.

Mini-Ductor Venom

Induction Innovations Mini-Ductor Venom

Venom is the third generation of the legendary Mini-Ductor handheld induction heater and has won a PTEN Innovation Award.

Venom generates Invisible Heat® to release ferrous and some non-ferrous metals from corrosion and thread lock compounds without the dangers of open flame and up to 90% faster – 3/4" nuts are turned red hot in seconds.

Learn more about Venom...

2017 SEMA Mini-Ductor Show Specials

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Induction Heating for Salvage Yards

Friday, August 04, 2017

Induction Heating for Salvage Yards

Salvage yards and auto parts recyclers around the US are increasingly using induction heating in a variety of applications to increase productivity – especially for quickly removing windshields, quarter glass, glass panels, and other vehicle windows. By removing more glass without breaking it, the Inductor® Series Glass Blaster typically pays for itself in 1-2 months from the resulting increase in glass sales.

Induction heating may not be as indispensable as Hollander Parts Interchange, but they've got a 60-year head start, so we'll see over the next few decades...

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Learn How to Reduce Cycle Time with Induction Heating at NACE Automechanika 2017

Monday, July 24, 2017

Learn How to Reduce Cycle Time with Induction Heating at NACE Automechanika 2017

Visit Induction Innovations to see a demo of the Glass Blaster® and Inductor® Pro-Max induction heaters, and learn how they decrease cycle time for removal of glass and seized metal parts.

Questions for Body Shop Owners

What if you could remove glass quickly and without having to sub-contract it out?

What if you could remove nuts, bolts, fasteners, and other seized parts in a fraction of the time it takes today, and without causing collateral damage?

Would you like to see a tool that does this and pays for itself after a few uses by decreasing your cycle time?

Get Answers in Booth #1809

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Windshield Removal Tool: The Glass Blaster

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Windshield Removal Tool: The Glass Blaster

Removing windshields—or "windscreens" for our Anglo friends across the pond—is the bane of body shops and wreckers everywhere. Just do a Google search for "windshield removal" and you'll see a wide variety of recommended tools that would make a medieval torturer jealous. Such tools include: socket wrenches, silicone putty lubricants, pry bars, utility cutting knives, and even wires.

With Induction Heating, all you need is an Inductor® Series Glass Blaster®, which comes with two l-wedges and a training video. The Glass Blaster removes windshields from outside the vehicle with no need to remove the interior trim, because it releases urethane in hard-to-reach areas where other tools can’t go. Windshields can be removed in less than 15 minutes and quarter glass in three minutes, without the damage to the encapsulant or frit (blackout masking).

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Bill Weaver Says...

Tuesday, May 13, 2003

Bill Weaver on the Glass Blaster

TO GO WHERE NO GLASS KNIFE HAS GONE BEFORE

The Inductor Glass Blaster works totally from the outside of the vehicle. No need to pull the interior. Since you're working from the outside, you can get into those deep pockets and curves that knives can't get into, without damage to the glass assembly whatsoever. No cutting the encapsulant or scratching the black out masking.

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Induction Innovations, Inc.

U.S. patents: 10,349,470, 6670590 and 6563096 apply to all products; D841,788, D707,804 and D728,086 apply to handheld, inline induction heaters;
European Patent Office (EPO): patent 002076372-0001 applies to all handheld, inline induction heaters