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Thread: Miniductor Induction heaters for annealing brass

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    Miniductor Induction heaters for annealing brass

    I have two mini ductors (the older yellow one not the newer black and red one)
    I bought them from the US on a whim, they are 110v (easily wired to a 110v plug)

    They were bought as spares or repair but I have not touch them or had time to test them. I bought two with intention of using one for spares for the other and having one working machine assuming there is a fault.
    Otherwise they may both work. but for the purposes of the ad they are spares or repair

    One coil present IIRC but spares can be easily sourced

    They retail at over $1000 in the US or around 650 in the UK

    they make short work of annealing brass and the difference between these and a flame is the entire neck circumference is brought up to temperature at the same time without any rotation required

    perfect for a high end custom annealing machine
    don;t have the time or space to play around so am selling them for what I paid for them

    120 posted for both



    http://www.theinductor.com/index.php?m=50&s=24



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    mini inductors

    II will take them off you, are these units ready to aneal brass as shown on video ??
    If yes pm yr bank details
    thanks
    ​Branko

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    not quite, if they were both ready to plug in and get annealing there would be a zero on that price!!!

    not tested, as a minimum they require a 110v plug or testing on a 240v circuit.


    Quote Originally Posted by bewsher500 View Post

    They were bought as spares or repair but I have not touched them or had time to test them.
    I bought two with intention of using one for spares for the other and having one working machine assuming there is a fault.
    Otherwise they may both work. but for the purposes of the ad they are spares or repair

    One coil present IIRC but spares can be easily sourced

    Don't have the time or space to play around so am selling them for what I paid for them

    120 posted for both

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    Ok get the picture, thanks for reply

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