Solary Handhled Magnetic Induction Heater - 1000W 110V Rusty Screw Removing Tool with 10 Coils

Solary Electricals Barcode: 6971709257849

4.6 / 5.0 based on 5 reviews

$240.99

Flameless 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. 30 seconds fast heating, No open flame cause by the heating, to ensure your working environment in safe.
High Cooling Efficiency:The magnetic induction heater tool equipped with cooling fan and overheating protection, will not damage nearby heat sensitive parts, prolong the service life of equipment.
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.
Aluminum Alloy Tool Box and 10 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. Equipped with 10 common coils in 6 sizes, 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 heat induction tool 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, bearings, etc.

 

Product Description



Product Specifications:
Wattage: 1000W
Voltage: 110V
Illumination: LED light at the end
Tool Box Dimensions: 43 x 26.5 x 11.2cm/16.9 x 10.4 x 4.4in
Machine Gross Weight: 1.8Kg
Overall Weight: 3.2Kg

Package List:
1 x magnetic Induction Heater
2 x Φ35mm coil
2 x Φ40mm coil
2 x Φ45mm coil
2 x Φ48mm coil
1 x 600mm coil
1 x 1000mm coil
1 x tool box

Customer Reviews

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MarkM
Good Tool, poor quality coils.

The tool itself works great. It quickly heated the bolts I needed to remove and so far has worked as advertised on about a dozen bolts and none of them have rounded or broken off. The quick lock collar is convenient, just a 1/4 turn and the coils are locked in place solidly. The coils however are a weak spot. After 3 bolts the insulation began to flake off of the coil exposing spots of the copper underneath. After 6 bolts there were large sections of insulation missing and after 12 bolts I wouldn't feel safe using that particular coil anymore. If I were doing many bolts on an older vehicle I would quickly run out of coils.

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Hazel
fast heater

heat bolts fast to a red, but not glowing yellow / orange where it really should be heating bolts

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Victoria
You need it

Best thing since the creation of oxygen. So far it’s made every nut, bolt, part come off with ease on my car. Even helped get glue off my paint. What makes it even better is you don’t have to worry as much about burning your seals or bearings or any neighboring components.

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Ella Price
Always wanted one

I relocated to SC a few years ago and abandoned my completely outfitted hobby shop in Ann. All my tools are 1200 miles North.

A brake job on my Volvo XC90 was giving me fits. 13 years and 200,000+ miles in Minnesota salt causes Swedish rust to be quite strong. I was longing for my Oxy-Acetyline blue wrench that is 1200 miles away. The local gas dealer estimated $1000 minimum for a new set-up.
Then I remembered the compact induction coils that I’d seen and wanted a number of times in the past.
Slightly more than $200 later and my problem with rusted fasteners is solved. It works well and you don’t risk burning up rubber grease boots and other plastics/discolorable surfaces near the object to be heated.

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Noah Lewis
Rattles due to broken plastic

Nice simple to use design, heats very hot in seconds. Returned first unit due to broken pieces of plastic rattling inside. Amazon shipped a replacement and it arrived in two days. It also had broken plastic inside. I was able to shake the broken parts down to one end and carefully pulled the pieces out through the fan slots. It works but I do wonder if the broken plastic will be an issue down the road. Living in NY and working on cars all the time I hope it makes some of the repairs easier to remove bolts.