Ingersoll Rand has released the new 135MAX Heavy Duty (HD) Air Hammer.
Ingersoll Rand says that the 135MAX HD delivers 15 percent more power for automotive shop jobs. Technicians can maintain control of each job with the hammer’s featherable trigger that provides the accuracy needed for fine-tuned pin driving and sheering. The trigger is ideal for jobs that require light handling along with heavy-duty power and performance for hard-hitting applications.
“Inspired by our popular impact wrenches, the new 135MAX HD Air Hammer is the most powerful, controllable air hammer available,” said Jennifer Travis, product manager, surface preparation and construction tools and accessories, Ingersoll Rand. “Performance, control, and reliability – this hammer has it all. Put it to the test in the shop and watch productivity soar.”
The 135MAX HD offers the power needed for tasks including exhaust and front-end jobs, cutting stubborn bolts and building or deconstructing control and knuckle assemblies. Weighing in at 4.5 pounds (2.03 kg), the 135MAX HD Air Hammer delivers 2,600 blows per minute (BPM), with a 3” piston stroke. While the tool is designed for vehicle, truck, bus and heavy machinery repair, it is also suited for maintenance, repair, and operations (MRO).
The 135MAX HD comes with a two-year warranty – a first for Ingersoll Rand. Featuring a ¾” (19mm) bore size, it is available for purchase in a kit that includes five chisels and the air hammer in a carrying case or as an individual tool.