Ingersoll Rand Unveils Powerful Cordless Impactool

(Press Release)
Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Ingersoll Rand has launched the world’s most powerful cordless Impactool as part of its Ingersoll Rand branded products portfolio.

The W7150 ½ʺ High-Torque Cordless Wrench has the precision and portability to service industrial equipment and perform plant maintenance and repair operations. Weighing in at only 6.8 pounds and measuring 9.4ʺ from tip to tail, the W7150 features the best power-to-weight ratio in its class. The tool has 1100 ft-lb torque and 780 ft-lb reverse torque allowing plant operators to quickly complete routine maintenance to reduce downtime. The cordless Impactool also features a completely re-engineered motor, a steel-lined aluminum hammer case, and a chemical-resistant, metal-reinforced housing for maximum durability. It has an all-metal drivetrain and hammer mechanism for enhanced efficiency, and a variable speed switch with electronic brake for optimal control.

“The W7150 is the only cordless in the world with the performance ability to match the Ingersoll Rand 2135QiMAX pneumatic Impactool,” said Tracy Guilford, marketing communications manager, Ingersoll Rand. “It combines the power of an air tool with the convenience of a cordless. Operators can use it to efficiently complete tough service work, anywhere on the plant floor.” Driven by the new IQV20 Series battery platform, the W7150 uses advanced lithium-ion technology to deliver high-charge capacity and low internal impedance. The IQV20 Series platform features an intelligent battery management system (BMS) that provides power-level and flow-rate control from the battery to the switch to the motor, and a mountable smart charging station with auxiliary USB port. The W7150 is the first product powered by the IQV20 Series battery platform to be introduced to the market. Ingersoll Rand plans to release a full line of 20V lithium-ion cordless tools, including a drill, ratchet, 3/8ʺ Impactool and task light later this year.

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