Ingersoll Rand: New QX Series tool generates 1,475 lbs.-ft. of torque

Ingersoll Rand has released the QX Series Cordless Torque Multiplier – a tool for industrial applications that achieves up to 1,475 lbs.-ft. of torque.

“In heavy-duty, high-risk environments like oil and gas, infrastructure construction, and power generation, the accuracy of applied torque is critical,” said Dan Fleming, product manager at Ingersoll Rand. “In these high-performance industries time is valuable. The QX Series Cordless Torque Multiplier replaces manual, inaccurate fastening methods with a traceable method that is quicker and more effective.”

According to the company, in order to meet heavy-duty fastening needs, the QX Series Cordless Torque Multiplier has a brushless motor paired with a premium Norbar gearbox to generate 160 times the torque of a standard QX Series tool. The tool is available in five different combinations of torque and speed capability, ranging from 30 to 1,475 lbs.-ft. and 5 to 45 revolutions per minute (rpm).

The tool has multiple user-programmable configurations such as torque, angle and gang count. These functions can be navigated directly on the tool or programmed from a computer. Up to eight of these programed strategies can be stored on the tool at the same time. The multi-function display module provides visual feedback via red, yellow and green lights, signaling whether the bolt has exceeded, or not met, the torque limit or angle, or if the proper gang count was reached.

The tool can store records for up to 1,200 fastenings, which can be downloaded to a computer via a USB cable or wirelessly transferred to a dedicated Process Communication Module (PCM).

According to the company, the QX Series Torque Multiplier stands up to a variety of tough applications, including:

  • Oil and Gas- flanges, heat exchanges and high pressure valves
  • Infrastructure- bridges, road ways and steel structures
  • Heavy Equipment- excavators, diesel and gas engines and construction equipment
  • Wind and Power Generation- gearboxes, general maintenance, turbines, generators and valves connections and flanges
  • Rail- rail car maintenance, locomotive assembly, infrastructure installation and maintenance

The tool operates on the Ingersoll Rand IQV20 Series battery system and each 20-volt battery charge will rundown an average of 100 bolts.

The QX Series Precision Torque Multiplier can be purchased as an individual tool, or in a kit that includes the tool, two IQV20 batteries, one battery charger and a carrying bag. The tool also has a HAZLOC configuration that is certified for Class 1, Division 2 applications.

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