Induction Innovations Honors Veterans for Their Service

Friday November 13, 2020

Induction Innovations Thanks Veterans for Their Service

This week on the blog, we wanted to honor veterans since this past Wednesday, Nov. 11th was Veterans Day. Induction Innovations Thanks Veterans Across our social media this week, we stated that Induction Innovations honors all veterans for their service and sacrifice. We thank you for your commitment to protecting our country’s freedom and democracy. […]

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

Wednesday October 18, 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 […]

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How to Remove Recessed Lug Nuts with Induction Heat

Monday November 28, 2016

Do you need to remove recessed lug nuts that you can’t remove with a lug wrench and breaker bar? Until now, mechanics and others have had to turn to the torch or freezing these lug nuts and breaking them with a hammer and chisel – risking damage to the wheel stud, rim and the wheel […]

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Mini-Ductor Venom at Automechanika 2016

Tuesday October 11, 2016

Though we’re battling a bit of jetlag, we had another great show at Automechanika 2016 in Frankfurt. Here’s a recap of the show with a few updates on the future of both the Mini-Ductor® Venom™ and the Pro-Max® Series of induction heating equipment. Mini-Ductor Venom Our new Mini-Ductor Venom portable induction heater was shown in […]

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Resellers: What You Should Know about the Mini-Ductor Venom Induction Heater Tool

Sunday October 9, 2016

What Is Venom & Why Is It So Popular? Riding the success of the market leading Mini-Ductor® portal induction heating tool series, the innovative new Mini-Ductor Venom™ features several innovations for mechanics: Angled, lightweight ergonomic design Convenient Coil Twist Lock™ (no thumb screws) LED usage indicator Fault override delay Thermal cooling enhancements All of the […]

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Induction Heating & Ferrous vs. Non-Ferrous Metal

Thursday September 29, 2016

We get many questions about whether or not induction heating is useful for different applications, like brazing copper. Copper is a non-ferrous metal and induction heat only works on ferrous metals, so brazing copper is not a good application for the Mini-Ductor® or Inductor® Series of induction heating products but they are ideal for removing […]

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Resellers: Boosting Induction Heating Sales through Demos

Thursday August 4, 2016

When supplying an induction heating tool like the Mini-Ductor, it’s important for a reseller, distributor, warehouse, or jobber to have a demonstration unit and spare coils on hand. Many are reluctant to do so because there is no resale value on a product that has been used for demos. However, the amount of interest that […]

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The Case Against Oxygen-Acetylene Torches & Welders

Wednesday July 6, 2016

There’s no getting away from the fact that adhering to health and safety rules is a key part of your garage or auto body shop. Hazards of Oxygen-Acetylene One potentially hazardous practice is the use of oxygen-acetylene (oxygen fuel) torches and welders, which have been under scrutiny for some time. The risks of fire and […]

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Save Time, Parts and Increase Profits & Safety: Garage Wire

Friday February 19, 2016

Freeing off rusted, corroded or thread locked vehicle nuts and other parts, which are often found in inaccessible areas, takes up a lot of time. Not only is it frustrating, but it’s inefficient. If you’re using an oxy-acetylene torch, the process is potentially hazardous and you run the risk of damaging the area around the […]

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New Induction Heating Tool Makes Tricky Mobile Repairs Easier

Friday September 11, 2015

Time spent outside of fully equipped workshops is often a challenge to engineers/technicians and is often fraught with issues such as safety (example roadside breakdown). Also, the range of tools in a repairer’s vehicle can limit mobile repair capability. Reducing precious time used when struggling to free off components in this environment is paramount, so […]

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Induction Innovations, Inc.

U.S. patents: 6670590 and 6563096 apply to all products; D707,804 and D728,086 apply to handheld, inline induction heaters; patent pending for the Mini-Ductor 12V (MD-500)
European Patent Office (EPO): patent 002076372-0001 applies to all handheld, inline induction heaters; patent pending for the Mini-Ductor 220V (MD-800) and Mini-Ductor 12V (MD-500)
Australia patent: 343968 applies to all handheld, inline induction heaters

Induction Innovations has been issued a CAGE code and is SAM registered compliant to do business with the Federal Government.

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