The quick solution for problem lug nut removal
Wednesday, December 04, 2019
When lug nuts become rusted or corroded removing them can be a tough time consuming task. It often means using an acetylene torch and even then it can sometimes take hours, all the time running the risk of damaging surrounding components. Inductor Innovations says it can offer a quick, convenient and safe alternative with it Mini-Ductor Venom induction tool. This can release corroded or thread lock compound lug nuts in a matter of seconds, without the damage of an open flame and is up to 90% faster compared to other conventional methods.
The Mini-Ductor Venom provides a precise, safe and reliable alternative to naked flame heating and a great return on investment. The tool uses invisible heat to warm ferrous metal, and some non-ferrous metal, parts in seconds. This allows for all types of adhesives bonded to metal, bonded with thread lock compound and seized hardware to be removed and released much quicker and safer than traditional naked flame heating.
When a torch flame hits metal, most of its heat is blown away from the load, wasting its energy and transferring its heat to unwanted areas. With the Mini-Ductor Venom nearly all the energy is applied to the load, making the tool faster and more energy efficient than its traditional rival competitor, the torch.
Inductor Innovations say that apart from the increased safety benefits the use of induction heating tools can increase a garage’s productivity by over 50%. This is because downtime is minimised, parts can be re-used, and insurance premiums are reduced by an extra 10-20% if an Oxy-Acetylene system is replaced with the Mini-Ductor Venom. This allows automotive professionals to save money and increase their profits.