Ingersoll Rand 1105MAX-D2 1/4" Drive Air Ratchet Tool - IR1105MAX-D2

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SKU: IR1105MAX-D2



Features
  • Unique head construction provides improved durability and more consistent performance over the life of the tool.
  • Low-profile forward/reverse control has a wide diameter for easy gripping and also eliminates accidentally changing directions in confined spaces.
  • Nickel-plated housing provides enhanced corrosion resistance
  • MAX Power: 30 ft-lb max torque and 300 rpm free speed deliver best-in-class power for stubborn fasteners with the speed to get the job done even faster.
  • MAX Control: Variable-speed regulator is hand-operable and gives technicians the ability to easily control performance aƒa³ perfect for use on small fasteners.
  • MAX Control: Feather-touch lever gives operators access to all of the performance that lies between Off and On.
  • MAX Comfort: Ergonomic coupling nut and composite handle ensure operator comfort even during extended use; composite handle insulates from the cold.
What's in The Box
  • 1/4'' 300-RPM Mini Rachet
  • Owner's Manual
Warranty
  • 30 Day Satisfaction Guaranteed
Specifications
Drive size in. 1/4''
Max Torque ft-lb (Nm) 30 (41)
Avg. Free Speed rpm 300
Recomm. Torque Range ft-lb (Nm) 5-25 (7-34)
Weight lb (kg) 1.43 (.65)
Length in (mm) 7.36 (187)
Average Air Consumption cfm (L/min) 3.5 (99)
Free Speed Air Consumption cfm (L/min) 20 (566)
Free speed sound level dBA 88.9
Air Inlet NPTF in (mm) 1/4''
Min Hose Size in (mm) 3/8''

Customer Reviews

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Powerful air ratchet

This ratchet has more power that any 1/4 ratchet I have tried even my snap-on ones.

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great air rachet

i use it every day it stands up to my work

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Great little ratchet!

I use this constantly. Very maneuverable. Its been going strong for about a year and I'm really not the best at remembering to oil my tools. I do not feel the need to run it wide open though. I keep it turned to low. I have seen some with a lower profile head since buying this. Not sure of the longevity of them, though.