MICRO INDUCTION Kit - 1000W 110V Magnetic Induction Heater with 8 Coils

Solary Electricals Barcode: 6976774251907

5.0 / 5.0 based on 2 reviews

$210.99 $239.99 Save $29

  • Electromagnetic Induction Heating:Through the principle of electromagnetic induction, the easy to magnetize metal bolts/nuts within the working range of the coil are heated, so that the bolts are heated and expanded, so as to quickly take out the bolts. No open flame cause by the heating, to ensure your working environment in safe.

  • Reasonable Design: The built-in LED lights at the end allowing you to work smoothly in the dark; Granular non-slip handle is ergonomically designed for a more comfortable grip.

  • Safe to Use: The magnetic induction heater equipped with cooling fan and overheating protection, will not damage nearby heat sensitive parts, prolong the service life of equipment.

  • Aluminum Alloy Black Tool Box and 8 Coils: Set comes with aluminum alloy black tool box, solid and durable. You can carry it away at any time when you go out to work, and while keeping your studio tidy and orderly. 4 different sizes of coils, 2 coils of each size, a variety of coil models and sizes can be adapted to work requirements in many ways. Make your workflow smoother.

  • Wide Range of Uses: The magnetic induction heater kit mainly used for heating threaded nuts and rusty screws to loosen them. It can also be used for automobiles, machinery, and various small Heat treatment of metal parts such as gears, pulleys, pulley, bearings, etc.

    The Solary induction tool utilizes electromagnetic induction to heat magnetizable metal bolts/nuts, causing them to expand for easy removal. This process does not produce open flames, enhancing safety in the workplace and minimizing damage to the surrounding work area.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Good for special occasions

I have used heat induction gun a couple of times already, worked 90% of the time. There no replacement for a torch. But for places that do not allow open flame, this is a requirement.

I would like to point out following the instructions is important.

So far it's been great

I had several rusted suspension nuts & bolts I needed to remove to replace my lower control arms, compliance bushings and struts. I bought a high-torque electric impact gun but there were a few stubborn ones I couldn't get out with the impact gun and with a breaker bar. I've been thinking of buying one of these for a while and I really should have years ago- 40-60 seconds on the nut or bolt and I was able to remove it afterwards! I was also able to reuse these bolts & nuts. as the thread didn't get completely trashed. If I were to buy it again I'd probably invest in the higher wattage version and some additional coils.