The 2115QXPA reaches 15,000 rotations per minute of free speed and 300 ft-lb. max reverse torque. The 2115QXPA is light, quiet and powerful, the company says.
Technicians can manage the speed of the tool for maximum control with the tool’s feather-touch trigger. Using the power regulator, technicians adjust the torque to decrease power, minimizing the chance of damage from over-tightening bolts.
The composite exterior housing of the 2115QXPA is temperature resistant so it doesn’t get cold when connected to compressed air or hot if left in the sun. The Ingersoll Rand Quiet Technology noticeably reduces noise levels from the tool and weighs 2.5 lb., the company says.
The impact wrench also features chemical-resistant composite housing to protect against shop fluids, swivel hose connection that prevents tangling, steel twin hammer mechanism for power and durability and steel-lined hammer case for added durability without adding weight, Ingersoll Rand says.