SEMA Show 2012: Ingersoll Rand debuts latest impact tool

Ingersoll Rand is now offering its latest addition to the IQV20 Series cordless tool family, the W5130 3/8-inch 20V Mid-Torque Impactool.

Modeled after the W7150 ½-inch High-Torque Cordless Impactool, the W5130 offers high performance, long-lasting durability and the versatility to access tight spots in multiple locations.

The tool boasts 190 ft.-lbs. of torque and a length of just 6.6 inches from tip to tail for an optimum power-to-size ratio. The IQV20 Series battery platform allows the W5130 power levels rivaling a pneumatic tool — packed into the convenience of cordless. The lightweight and balanced design of the W5130 gives technicians the versatility to work on a variety of applications — from brake and suspension repairs to engine compartment and body panel jobs — and it has the power and speed to complete tough jobs quickly.

The W5130 is also designed for durability with a metal reinforced housing and steel reinforced frame to help prevent breakage. These features also protect against corrosive fluids and chemicals commonly found in a technician’s workspace.

“We understand professional technicians need a lot of torque to complete service work in the areas where larger tools cannot fit,” says  Steve Jenson, global portfolio manager for cordless tools, Ingersoll Rand. “With that in mind, we took the DNA of the W7150 to create the W5130. It is not simply a tool, but will become a professional technician’s favorite piece of equipment.”

The W5130 runs off the Ingersoll Rand IQV20 Series lithium-ion battery platform. The battery pack is compatible with the other tools in the series — including the W7150 and L5110 cordless LED task light, so technicians always have a freshly charged battery to get the job done.

The W5130 was unveiled at the 2012 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show in Las Vegas this week.

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