Induction Heating for Farming: An Infographic
Torches are commonly used to remove the many rusted or otherwise seized nuts, bolts and bearings found on tractors, combines, planters, plows, sprayers, pillage, feed mixers, and other farming equipment.
However, using an open flame can be dangerous given the amount of dust and fertilizer present on farming equipment after each day’s work. Using an induction heater to replace most torch use is increasingly accepted by farmers as a safer and faster way to maintain their equipment, especially with the Mini-Ductor® Venom® from Induction Innovations.
Learn more about the benefits of using the Mini-Ductor Venom portable induction heater on farming and agriculture equipment in the infographic below: