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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Oxygen Fuel (Oxy-Acetylene) Risks & Alternatives

Wednesday September 2, 2015

Flames can be the cause of many accidents in the workshop, but what are the realistic alternatives to using a naked, oxygen fuel (oxygen-acetylene) flame? With health and safety such a key part of workshop life, the use of induction heating tools is one alternative that can provide peace of mind, lower insurance rates and […]

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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.