Ingersoll Rand 2145qimax Air Impact Wrench 3/4" Drive 1350 Ft/lbs Maximum Torque on 2040-parts.com
Chesapeake, Virginia, US
BRAND NEW IR 2145QIMAX Air Impact Wrench, General Duty, Standard Anvil, Square Drive Size 3/4 In., Torque Range 200 to 1000 ft.-lb., Max. Torque 1350 ft.-lb., Average CFM @ 15 Second Run Time 8.5, CFM @ Full Load 32.0, Free Speed 7000 rpm, Ring/Thru Hole Retainer Type, Pistol Grip Style, Required Pressure 90 psi, Air Inlet 3/8 In. NPT, Min. Hose Size 1/2 In., Overall Length 8-1/2 In., Composite Handle Material, Composite Housing Material, Tool Weight 7.4 lb.
|Item||Air Impact Wrench|
|Square Drive Size||3/4"|
|Torque Range||200 to 1000 ft.-lb.|
|Max. Torque||1350 ft.-lb.|
|Average CFM @ 15 Second Run Time||8.5|
|CFM @ Full Load||32.0|
|Free Speed||7000 rpm|
|Retainer Type||Ring/Thru Hole|
|Required Pressure||90 psi|
|Air Inlet||3/8" NPT|
|Min. Hose Size||1/2"|
|Tool Weight||7.4 lb|
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