Extinguish the Flame
Eliminate Damage to Paint, Rubber Encapsulation, Metal & More
Cold Shield Thermal Spray Gel (32 oz.) helps eliminate the possibility of over-heating painted surfaces and damaging rubber encapsulation when removing automotive glass with the Inductor Glass Blaster® and Inductor Lite Glass Blaster.
The Cold Shield spray nozzle has two settings:
Note: we can’t ship Cold Shield in winter because it becomes a gel and won’t be able to spray, so order now to ensure you have a can on-hand.
We recommend using Cold Shield on any painted surface to give added protection from overheating the paint, which can discolor or damage the painted surface.
We also recommend using the stream mode of the nozzle rather than the spray mode to allow you to put a thick bead on the painted surface adjacent the glass.
Lastly, we recommend using Cold Shield when there is encapsulation around the glass to ensure the metal surface doesn’t get too hot to damage the rubber.
Purchase accessories, custom and replacement attachments like the Rosebud, the L-Wedge, and thermal tape.
See the Inductor Series in action by mechanics and auto body shops.
I just purchased the venom HP. It is quickly becoming one of my favorite tools in my garage! I don’t know how I’ve worked all these years with out it! I work on a lot of old rusty trucks that have spent years sitting in fields or barns. The venom hp makes working on them so much easier! It’s so much safer than using torches! You have a customer for life! Thanks!Matt Studebaker
Great experience. I previously had a Mini-Ductor for a good few years, and found your website to purchase the higher powered Venom-HP model. Mark Friedenauer contacted me via email on a Sunday evening, and I called him a few days later to discuss the products I was interested in. He answered all my questions very professionally and sold me the unit right then. Perfect gentleman! Thanks Mark!Founder of Gunsmither Tools
So far this tool has been one of those tools you must have. I used it to remove fuel tank strap nuts that were rusted, I was very surprised how quickly the nuts heat up. I had to rotate a lever on a shaft that was frozen in a tight area surrounded by fiberglass. I was able to wrap the coil around the shaft and applied heat, made the job easy. Overall this tool is one that is a must have!Automotive User, Scottsboro, AL
Ever since repairing two induction bearing heaters for a friend, I have been intrigued with the principle. When the opportunity came up to purchase a Mini-Ductor II with additional coil set at a price I could afford, I went for it, realizing there were specific applications where my torch either could not be used or its proximity to combustibles was not safe to use. Induction heat offers a controlled localized intense heat immune to non-ferrous alloys, glass, paint, plastic, and flammables like gasoline that you just cannot get other ways, making it a reach-for tool in many situations.Don Anderson
My only wish is that I had this technology decades ago. It is so much safer than a torch and truly minimizes collateral damage. I am an independent semi-retired operator, and I can’t afford many “high ticket” items, but this tool is so practical that I really can’t do without it.Walter Morgan
This is the single best tool I’ve ever used. I use this on new cars as well. Seat-belt bolts are very tight. I’ll put a T-50 [screw head] on a seat bolt, and I lean on it, and I know I will break it or break my tool. I put the Mini-Ductor over it for two seconds, and then I can break it loose and take it out.Bob Welker, ASE certified master technician
I just wanted to take a moment to rave about your Mini-Ductor. Working as an automotive technician, in the northeast, this tool is essential for removing rusted fasteners. I have worked in the industry for 30 years. I wish that I had found out about your product sooner. You have a customer for life. Your staff has been incredibly helpful and they really know their stuff.Jaye Tinnell
After the second time I used the Mini-Ductor II, it paid for itself. Straightening a bent sway bar, on the vehicle, without removing it took 10 minutes. Would have been a one hour repair otherwise. The second time rivets in a ball joint on a 15 year old truck would not come out. Heated them to “cherry red” in less than a minute, and were removed effortlessly. Have been in the auto repair business for 33 years and I wish I would know about it sooner.Jim B.
Today was the first time I used my Mini-Ductor Venom. I was working on a 14 year old van doing exhaust work. The Venom got all the nuts red hot in seconds and they came off very easily. I like the Venom because I do not have to worry about damaging other components or setting things on fire as you would when working with an acetylene torch in tight places. I would give the Mini-Ductor Venom a solid 5 out of 5.Ryan Topliffe