Induction heating is better, faster and safer than oxy-acetylene torches and angle grinders for releasing seized parts.
Induction heating is used to remove windshields and all auto glass as well as seized nuts, bolts, and other fasteners.
Induction heating avoids hand injuries, burning paint, encapsulant, and frit, parts near fasteners, and will never set fire to your facility.
“The Glass Blaster is still the hot item in the auto recycling industry as a functional tool to remove auto glass. Most other glass removal tools are designed for working with glass that’s already broken, so it doesn’t matter if you break it further, but automotive recyclers need to get glass out intact so it can be resold. While some are concerned that the Glass Blaster will burn the paint, Induction Innovations has a process to avoid this, though many recyclers don’t care because any portion of the vehicle that glass would be removed from would typically be refinished anyway if sold.”Commercial Forms
“If you own or manage a salvage yard, there’s nothing worse than sending an employee out to bring a specific glass to the office because you have a customer waiting. After a half an hour of your customer waiting, he shows up at the office not with the piece of glass but with some bad news. He broke or damaged the glass during the removal process. The Glass Blaster allows you to quickly remove windshields and other auto glass in minutes.”Andrew Foote, Salvage Yard Owner