Flameless Heating

Increase your profits with the innovative and time saving Inductor® range of flameless heat tools

The innovative Inductor® flameless heat tools have been designed to solve a problem; how to remove old, rusted or corroded parts and fixings, windows, body mouldings, body panels etc – safely, speedily and with control.

There’s no longer any need to use a potentially dangerous torch or open flame to remove parts. This method is unreliable, time consuming and can damage the area around the part– which all affects productivity, and ultimately the profits you make.

Using automotive tools that use flameless heat mean insurance premiums are lower.

Using Oxy-Acteylene in a bodyshop, garage, automotive repair and refinish workshop is potentially hazardous and insurance premiums are high to cover the risk of an accident.

Instead of the naked flame method, Inductor® flameless heating tools use induction heating, which combined with innovative coils and other accessories, heats the part in seconds for safe and speedy removal. Why not compare the cost with your insurance company – you’ll be pleasantly surprised!

Read more in our health and safety article in the August 2012 issue of Repair and Refinish Review magazine.


What is induction heating and how can it work for your business

Today’s vehicles body mouldings, windows, body panels and more all held in place with adhesives. The INDUCTOR® family of flameless heat tools will swiftly remove any part that is bonded to a metal structure, and in many cases lets you save the part.
The INDUCTOR® is a high-frequency electromagnet that heats only metal objects (or objects containing metal) when they come into close proximity of Inductor’s magnetic field located at the ends of the applicators (Fast Off® pad, Concentrator® and Glass Blaster®). The magnetic field goes right through non-metals like glass and trim and heats the metal underneath!

Induction heating offers an attractive combination of speed, consistency and control.
Induction heating is a process which is used to bond, harden or soften metals or other conductive materials.

Since heat is transferred to the product via electromagnetic waves, the part never comes into direct contact with any flame, the coil itself does not get hot, and there is no product contamination. When properly set up, the process becomes very repeatable and controllable.

Induction heating is the way forward …


Do you have a question?

For the answers to more FAQs, please visit https://theinductor.co.uk/faq/

If you’re looking for a more efficient heating option and want to improve safety, productivity and increase your profits, call 01953 859138 or email info@theinductor.co.uk.