Ingersoll Rand has released its latest product, the 2350XP quarter-inch composite Impactool.
The 2350 XP operates with a 6-vane motor and twin-hammer impact mechanism, delivering 690 ft.-lbs. of reverse torque, Ingersoll Rand says. The composite housing and lightweight aluminum hammer case make the 2350XP just 4.1 lbs. The 2350XP also is said to offer technicians optimal control so they can perform multiple tasks with one tool. It also reduces noise levels in the service bay, while the large grease fitting makes it easy to maintain the tool, the company says.
“Ingersoll Rand has more than a century of proven engineering and innovation experience, and technicians rely on our Impactools to finish service jobs quickly and efficiently,” says 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.”