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Induction Innovations’ Inductor Lite Gives More Control Over Induction Heat Levels

Using high frequency magnetic fields, the Inductor Lite utilizes Invisible Heat to easily remove parts bonded to metal, including adhesives, sealers, mechanical parts, dents and more.

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In seconds, users are able to release seized hardware from corrosion or threadlock compounds and other adhesives without the collateral damage and safety risks of an open flame.

 

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Induction Innovations has introduced its Inductor Lite, a compact, 2,400W addition to the Inductor Series with a digital interface for manual heat control.

Using high frequency magnetic fields, the Inductor Lite utilizes Invisible Heat to easily remove parts bonded to metal, including adhesives, logos, side moldings, direct glazed windows, stone guard protection, sealers, mechanical parts and dents.

In seconds, users are able to release seized hardware from corrosion or threadlock compounds and other adhesives without the collateral damage and safety risks of an open flame.

The Inductor Lite gives users more control with both auto and manual modes. Users can increase or decrease the unit’s percentage of power as needed, says the company.

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