Ingersoll Rand Inc. has released the D5241 IQV20 Hammer Drill, a battery-powered, cordless tool with drill, driver and hammer drill modes.
The brushless motor powers 1,100 in-lbs. of torque. Technicians can control the torque to a precise level by adjusting between the high- and low-speed options. A half-inch, all-metal keyless chuck with carbide teeth eliminates bit slip while drilling through nearly any material. The 24-position clutch allows fine-tuned fastening depth, eliminating cam-outs and over-torqued fasteners, which results in better efficiency and saves on materials.
The D5241 IQV20 Hammer Drill is sold on its own, or as part of a kit with two five-amp hour batteries.
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