How to Remove Rusted Suspension Bolts

How to Remove Rusted Suspension Bolts

A safe and fast way to loosen a rusted or corroded suspension bolt with induction heat. 

Removing a rusted, corroded, or locked suspension bolt is often a lengthy, difficult and frustrating task, especially when using a ratchet wrench. It usually requires the application of penetrating fluid, or blasting the area with a torch. This is time consuming, can cause unwanted damage and is a potential risk to your safety.

However, the Mini-Ductor Venom handheld induction heating tool is claimed to be able to heat metal parts in seconds using invisible, flameless heat. This allows all types of adhesives bonded to metal, fasteners bonded with thread lock compound, and seized hardware to be removed and released much quicker and safer than by traditional naked flame heating.

Using a torch leads to heat being blown away from the load, as well as being a waste of energy, transferring heat to unwanted areas. With the Mini-Ductor Venom, nearly all the energy pulled is applied to the load using invisible heat, making the tool faster and more energy efficient.


Damage limitation

The Mini-Ductor coils come in different diameters to suit different nut sizes. Induction heating is said to provide a safer, quicker and less damaging alternative to naked flame heating and has the potential for a great return on investment. Apart from the increased safety benefits, Induction International says the use of the Venom can increase a garage’s part removal and repair productivity by over 50%.

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