Ingersoll Rand's 2135TiMAX Impact Wrench Features Maximum Power, Control and Reliability

Ingersoll Rand’s 2135TiMAX Impact Wrench Features Maximum Power, Control and Reliability

Ingersoll Rand, a global leader in automotive tools and equipment, has released the 2135TiMAX, an innovative successor to the industry-standard pneumatic 1/2" 2135Ti Titanium Impactool. First released in 2003, the original 2135Ti quickly became the impact wrench of choice for automotive service technicians. The new 2135TiMAX features maximum power, control and reliability.

Ingersoll Rand, a global leader in automotive tools and equipment, has released the 2135TiMAX, an innovative successor to the industry-standard pneumatic 1/2" 2135Ti Titanium Impactool.

First released in 2003, the original 2135Ti quickly became the impact wrench of choice for automotive service technicians. The new 2135TiMAX features maximum power, control and reliability.

“We’re proud of the legacy that’s developed since the release of the original 2135Ti,” said Mike Walker, vehicle channel business manager for Ingersoll Rand. “The new model builds on this platform to offer even better features for automotive technicians.”

The 2135TiMAX delivers maximum power with 780 foot-pounds of reverse torque and 1,100 foot-pounds of nut-busting torque. With more than 10 percent added torque over the original model, the new Impactool still weighs only 3.95 pounds, delivering the best power-to-weight ratio in its class and less operator fatigue. The tool’s twin-hammer mechanism delivers more power per pound, and is less sensitive to air pressure fluctuations than any other design.

The new model has also been re-engineered for maximum control. Its feather-touch trigger and patented power regulator with enhanced settings allow operators to better apply torque in a variety of demanding applications. With patented one-handed forward-reverse controls, operators can conveniently switch between tasks or applications.

Ingersoll Rand also now offers maximum reliability to tool operators with a free two-year extended warranty with tool registration on the 2135TiMAX. The new model features optimized airflow for greater tool efficiency and maximum performance. With less air consumption than competitive models, the 2135TiMAX has a lower cost of ownership and less downtime. For added durability the tools feature Titanium hammer cases, hardcoat anodized end plates and both proprietary metallurgy and heat treatment processes.

For further details on the Ingersoll Rand 2135TiMAX, see your local tool professional, call (800) 376-TOOL or visit irtools.com.

 

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