As part of the 10-year anniversary celebration, Ingersoll Rand is hosting a TITANIUM10 Sweepstakes giving motorsports fans a chance to win a trip to see the Ingersoll Rand Thunder Gun in action at the 2014 season-opener in Daytona Beach, Fla.
The TITANIUM10 Sweepstakes begins August 1, and two grand prize winners will be randomly selected for a VIP race weekend on Feb. 21 – 24, 2014. The grand prize winners and one guest.
each will receive access to the Ingersoll Rand racing hauler, hot passes to the race and an opportunity to meet Ingersoll Rand Racing drivers.
Individuals who purchase the limited edition 2135Ti10YR between Aug. 1 and Nov. 30, 2013, will receive a unique TITANIUM10 Sweepstakes registration code. Individuals must enter the registration code at TITANIUM10.com for a chance to win. No purchase is necessary to enter the Ingersoll Rand TITANIUM10 Sweepstakes. Official contest rules are available at TITANIUM10.com/rules.
“Ingersoll Rand is excited to celebrate the anniversary of titanium technology in Impactools, which helped technicians drastically increase their productivity,” said Payman Khales, vice president – tool business, Ingersoll Rand. “Titanium is extremely lightweight so technicians experience less fatigue, yet it’s strong and durable to withstand all kinds of abuse, and that’s why the 2135Ti continues to be Ingersoll Rand’s best-selling tool after 10 years on the market.”
The 2135TiMAX is perfect for tackling any job in the service bay and offers unmatched reliability coming from a century of proven engineering innovation. The 2135TiMAX has 780 ft-lb reverse torque and weighs less than four pounds, giving it the best power-to-weight ratio in its class. It is engineered with a titanium hammer case for increased durability and features a patented, four-position power regulator and feather-touch trigger for maximum operator control.
In addition to Ingersoll Rand’s legacy in the vehicle service market, the company is deeply rooted in the motorsports industry. Ingersoll Rand has been supplying pit crews with the most efficient pit tools on the market since the inaugural race in 1959. Today, nearly every top-performing pit crew on the professional stock car racing circuit relies on the Ingersoll Rand Thunder Gun for quick tire changes, said the company.