Add some heat

Induction heater from Pro-Align

Published:  28 July, 2016

Stubborn components that are difficult to remove due to seized parts can add labour time to a garage's workload. Induction heaters help by loosening the affected nuts, bots or connecting pieces. Pro Align has launched the easi iHeat heavy-duty induction heater, which takes seconds to heat ferrous-based metals of depths up to 6mm, to temperatures of between 400 to 600 degrees Celsius. The flameless solution and finger point accuracy means heat can be highly targeted and can be used in close proximity to cables, pipes and other heat sensitive parts, allowing it to be used with a wide range of workshop applications such as removal or straightening of components or freeing off items. The product is available in five different models allowing workshops to select the most appropriate tool for their needs. For example, the range-topping easi iHeat 15 brings an area of 40 x 40 x 16 mm to a red-hot temperature of around 1,000 degrees, in just three seconds.

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