The new 2850Max D-Handle 1-inch impact wrench from Ingersoll Rand plc is available with a 6-inch anvil or standard anvil and accommodates a wide variety of heavy mechanical automotive applications.
The company says three unique features of the 2850Max give it a high power-to-weight ratio and help reduce operator fatigue when performing maintenance on large vehicles:
The 2850Max delivers 5,500 revolutions per minute (RPM) and 770 blows per minute (BPM) to complete heavy-duty tasks.
The tool’s 6-inch anvil helps remove bolts from deep tire wells on large vehicles like semitrailers, buses, trailers and tractors. The tool is also available with a standard anvil to accommodate a wide variety of heavy mechanical automotive applications. The company says a steel core and optimized internal mechanism provide technicians the power they need without adding extra weight to the tool.
At 21.5 pounds, the 2850Max is 25% lighter than the industry’s leading 1-inch impact wrench, according to the company. The high power-to-weight ratio reduces fatigue and increases maneuverability when performing maintenance on large vehicles.
The 360-degree adjustable side handle with an ergonomic grip enables technicians to customize the handle location for the specific job at hand.
A chemical-resistant composite housing and steel nose is designed to withstand harsh working conditions.
The swivel hose connection is designed to keep hoses from getting tangled so operators can move freely around the garage
To learn more about the Ingersoll Rand 2850Max 1-inch D-Handle impact wrench, visit the company's website.