Ingersoll Rand, a global leader in industrial and production tools and equipment, is releasing the 2135QPTiMAX, an innovative redesign of the industry-standard 2135QPTi, pneumatic 1/2" square drive Titanium Impactool, sold worldwide in over 700,000 units. The new 2135QPTiMAX features a 10 per cent power increase, improved control and enhanced reliability.

John Schofield, Ingersoll Rand industrial solutions marketing manager, says: "The 2135QPTi has always been well-received by our industrial and assembly customers. The new model builds on this platform and offers even better features for industrial, MRO and assembly technicians."

2135QPTiMAX delivers excellent power with 1054Nm of reverse torque and 1486Nm of nut-busting torque. With more than 10 per cent added torque over the original model, thanks to a redesigned air flow, the new Impactool still weighs only 1.84kg, and claims to deliver the best power-to-weight ratio in its class. The new 2135QPTiMAX still benefits from innovations that made the 2135QPTi range a worldwide success. Thus, the tool's twin-hammer mechanism delivers more power per kilogram and is less sensitive to air pressure fluctuations than any other design. In addition, the use of titanium for the hammer case reduces weight and provides durability and strength unmatched by any other material.

This new model has also been re-engineered for improved control. Its patented, feather-touch trigger and enhanced power regulator settings help operators ensure they do not overtorque critical joints. One-handed forward-reverse controls allow operators to conveniently switch between tasks or applications.

Ingersoll Rand is also offering great reliability to tool operators with a free two-year extended warranty with tool registration on the 2135QPTiMAX Series. The new model features optimised airflow for greater tool efficiency and performance. With less air consumption, the 2135QPTiMAX has a lower cost of ownership and less downtime than competitive models. For added durability the tools feature titanium hammer cases, hardcoat anodised end plates and proprietary metallurgy.

For further details on the Ingersoll Rand 2135QPTiMAX, see your local tool professional or visit

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