The Hard Hitting Ingersoll-Rand 2115TiMAX Impactool

Ingersoll-Rand 2115TiMAX Summary

Best power-to-weight ratio for a 3/8 inch air powered driver

Product Description

The Ingersoll-Rand 2115TiMAX is an air powered ratchet from IR’s Impactool range that is a small but highly powerful machine. Weighing just 2.5lbs, this is the lightest of the 3/8 inch air powered range and standing at 6 inches is also one of the smallest. However, the 2115TiMax is fully capable of producing 230 lbs/ft of torque with a operating torque range of 25 – 230 lbs/ft. The tool mechanism is a twin hammer design that makes use of advance metal engineering and technology to ensure that the product has maximum strength and durability. The motor control is provided with a four position regulator to ensure that the user also deliver the correct amount of power required for the job.

Ingersoll-Rand 2115TiMAX Specifications

  • Best power to weight ratio in class
  • Weight: 2.5 lbs, Size: 6 inches
  • High reliability and low failure rate
  • Ergonomic design for ease of use
  • Offers 1,500 impacts per minute

The Maximum Conclusion for the 2115 Ti MAX

This tool is priced in the middle of its range but delivers the most operating torque and power as well as being the lightest in the range of 3/8 inch air pressure powered tools. The Ingersoll-Rand 2115TiMAXs impressive design allows for consistent and steady use and allows the user to feel comfortable when holding and operating the tool. The manufacturing techniques that were applied ensure that the tool will last for multi-thousands of operations without failure. This tool is recommended for an every day user that is looking for a tool that will deliver high power for a small and lightweight device. The power and durability of the 2115TiMAX make this a very good product for the price.




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Release date June 7, 2013.
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