Composite Impactool released

Composite Impactool released

Ingersoll Rand has released a new composite Impactool with twin-hammer impact mechanism. The 2350XP ½ in. tool uses a 6-vane motor and delivers 690 lbs.-ft. of reverse torque.

With a rugged composite housing and lightweight aluminum hammer case, the tool weights just 4.1 lbs. without sacrificing durability, Ingersoll Rand said.

The ergonomic design and feather-touch trigger are intended to make the Impactool easier to use, increase comfort and reduce operator fatigue, added the company. With a patented one-hand forward/reverse control and a wide range of power regulator settings, the 2350XP offers technicians control so they can perform multiple tasks with one tool.

“Ingersoll Rand has more than a century of proven engineering and innovation experience, and technicians rely on our Impactools to finish service jobs and tune-ups quickly and efficiently,” said Nathan Schmid, marketing manager – vehicle services, Ingersoll Rand. “The exceptional power and comfort of the 2350XP gives technicians access to a quality tool at an affordable price.”

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