Ingersoll Rand Offers 1/2" Extended-Anvil Cordless Impact Wrench

Ingersoll Rand Offers 1/2″ Extended-Anvil Cordless Impact Wrench

With the success of its IQV Series cordless tools released last fall, Ingersoll Rand began an aggressive product line extension in 2007 by engineering the W360-2, the world’s first 1/2" extended-anvil cordless Impactool.

With the success of its IQV Series cordless tools released last fall, Ingersoll Rand began an aggressive product line extension in 2007 by engineering the W360-2, the world’s first 1/2" extended-anvil cordless Impactool.

Developed for automotive and industrial professionals, the W360-2 features a two-inch extended anvil for more convenient use. The extended anvil makes it easier for operators to get to otherwise hard-to-reach areas that are less accessible. Even with the additional anvil length, it is significantly lighter than competitive models, weighing less than 6.4 pounds while delivering a best-in-class 360 foot-pounds of reverse torque — up to double the power-to-weight of other leading cordless brands.

Like all IQV Series tools, the W360-2 offers the world’s best battery technology. Onboard battery electronics provide the ability to choose either lithium-ion or nickel-cadmium batteries for every tool and the IQV charger is compatible with all IQV batteries. Constructed with superior cell technologies, all IQV batteries offer best-in-class recharge life in addition to the patent-pending IQV Grip interface. The twist-to-lock design outperforms conventional batteries in durability and convenience by preventing normal wear and tear to mounts and clips and utilizing a universal interface, compatible with both nickel-cadmium and lithium-ion batteries.

The 1/2" Impactool utilizes metal-reinforced composite housings designed to withstand inadvertent drops and the effects of fluid and chemical spills typical in the harsh environments of manufacturing plants and automotive shops. Its all-metal hammer case also adds to tool durability by increasing drop-resistance and protecting internal mechanisms. The Impactool has a variable-speed trigger and electrical brake ensuring maximum control for both fastening and loosening.

To complement their revolutionary technology and robust engineering, Ingersoll Rand backs IQV Series cordless tools with the industry-leading IQV warranty with registration. This includes a one-year, hassle-free tool and charger replacement; a two-year or 1,000-charges limited battery warranty; and a three-year limited warranty on tool and charger.

For more details on the Ingersoll Rand W360-2 1/2" cordless Impactool, see your local tool professional, call (800) 376-TOOL or visit

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