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Ingersoll Rand 2135QXPA 1/2in Composite Quiet Air Impact Wrench

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Part Number:IRT2135QXPA

Features and Benefits:


  • POWER: Punish the toughest bolts with 1,100 ft/lbs. of nut busting torque. All powered by Ingersoll Rand’s finely tuned motor and twin-hammer impact mechanism
  • SOUND REDUCTION: Ingersoll Rand's Quiet Technology reduces the sound of the tool. Sparing your ears without sacrificing a single ounce of power
  • WEIGHT: At only 4 pounds, the 2135QXPA is as light as it is powerful so your hand tires less, letting you get more work done
  • RELIABILITY: Backed by a one-year warranty and rigorously tested, every component, mechanism and function of the 2135QXPA has been pushed to the limits to ensure it always performs in the face of the toughest jobs
  • PRICE: Delivers an incredible level of performance and power at a cost that won’t punish your wallet

The Ingersoll Rand 2135QXPA Series Impactool was built on the hardworking and respected foundation laid by the 2135TiMAX. The result is a light, quiet, and powerful impact wrench that delivers an incredible level of performance and power at a cost that won’t punish your wallet. The 2135QXPA is the finely tuned and finely crafted impact wrench you need to tackle the toughest jobs.


  • Configuration: Pistol
  • Actuation: Trigger
  • Drive Size: 1/2 in.
  • Drive Type: Square, Pin
  • Nut-Busting Torque (ft/lbs): 1100
  • Forward Torque (ft/lbs): 700
  • Max Reverse Torque (ft/lbs): 780
  • Blows per minute: 1250
  • Free Speed (RPM): 11000
  • Impacting Sound Level dB(A) -- ISO15744 (pressure/power): 90.7 / 101.7
  • Free Speed Sound Level dB(A) -- CAGI/ANSI S12.41 (pressure/power): 86.0 / 97.0
  • Vibration Level m/s2 (K): 13.3 (4.6)
  • Width (in): 2.7
  • Height (in): 7.2
  • Length (in): 7.5
  • Air Inlet: 1/4 in.
  • Min Hose Size (in): 3/8
  • Average Air Consumption (cfm): 5
  • PSI: 90


WARNING: This product can expose you to Silica, crystalline (airborne particles of respirable size) a chemical known to the State of California to cause Cancer. For more information go to

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