Ingersoll Rand introduces next generation half-inch pneumatic tool

Aug. 29, 2007

Ingersoll Rand Industrial Technologies has released the 2135TiMAX, the successor to its most popular half-inch pneumatic model -- the 2135Ti Titanium Impactool.

The 2135TiMAX delivers maximum power with 780 foot-pounds of reverse torque and 1,100 foot-pounds of torque. It has more than 10% more torque compared to the original model, and still weighs only 3.95 pounds.

The company says the tool is "ideal for extended usage and highly repetitive applications." It features the following:

* optimized airflow for greater tool efficiency and maximum performance.

* a twin-hammer mechanism that delivers more power per pound, and is less sensitive to air pressure fluctuations than its predecessor.

* titanium hammer cases, hardcoat anodized end plates and both proprietary metallurgy and heat treatment processes for added durability.

The new model also has been re-engineered for maximum control. Its feather-touch trigger and patented power regulator with enhanced settings help ensure that operators don't overtorque critical joints. Patented one-handed forward-reverse controls allow operators to conveniently switch between tasks or applications.

Ingersoll Rand backs the 2135TiMAX with a free two-year extended warranty with tool registration.

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