Magnetic Induction Heater Kit

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  • $279.99
  • Regular price $299.99

A Flameless Rusted Bolt Solution!

"This thing heats metal extremely fast and to a red hot cherry. Coils can be adjusted to smaller or bigger depending on what you’re putting them around to heat. Coils do need to be close to the metal for it to heat fast.- Oliver Sousa

Why Buy Our Magnetic Induction Heater Kit?

✅FLAMELESS: The Magnetic Induction Heater Kit heats up rusted bolts, lug nuts, pulleys, or seized bolts and loosens them in seconds for them to be able to be taken out easily with a wrench. It is induction heat meaning it doesn’t use flames to do so, more consistent and accurate than a torch. Its operating temperature is -40~+60 °C.

✅VERSATILE: The coils themselves are flexible though handle with care as they can be damaged if treated too harshly. This means it can reach tighter spaces giving you more options on how often you can use this device to smoothen out your workflow.

✅EFFICIENT: It only uses 110 V or 1 Kilowatt. It doesn’t take much electricity to power this device, saving you unnecessary costs on electricity. It is extremely efficient and it only takes a few moments before it has properly heated up the fastener that needs to be removed.
✅KIT: It comes with three coils included, a toolbox, and the magnetic induction heater kit itself. You won’t find yourself having to scour around the internet to find the relevant parts that you need, everything you need is already here, saving you time and confusion.


  • Read the manual carefully before using.
  • Keep your work area clean and well illuminated.
  • Do not overreach, and keep proper footing and balance at all times, proper footing and balance enables better control.
  • Do not use it in moist surroundings or immerse it in water to electrical shock hazards and machine damage.

📋Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: Will a standard plugin work?

A: Yes, it is plug-and-play.

Q: How long do you need to hit for the fastener to come off?

A: It depends on the fastener and how much it is rusted, generally it is a good rule of thumb to try removing a fastener once it is glowing red and test it out.