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Ingersoll Rand releases new Edge series air tools

Ingersoll Rand releases new Edge series air tools

Ingersoll Rand launched a new line of Edge series air tools. The Edge series tools are durable, powerful and feature an ergonomic grip as well as an exhaust to blow air away from the project. The new family of tools includes a 3/4-in. Impactool with 1,050 ft.-lbs. of maximum torque, which is enough to handle tractor or semi-truck tire changes and other heavy-duty bolting jobs.

The series also includes cutting tools such as a reversible air drill that is designed to be compact and lightweight with a rubberized grip, making farm implement or equipment assembly and repair fast and easy. The tool also has a keyless chuck, variable-speed trigger and forward-reverse controls.

For quick cutting needs, the Edge series includes a reciprocating air saw. Versatile enough to cut more intricate shapes and light radius curves in all types of material, the tool is designed to operate with low vibration and has an ergonomic grip.

The Ingersoll Rand 3/4-in. impact (259G) retails for $269.99. The reversible air drill (7811G) retails for $119.99, and the reciprocating air saw (429G) retails for $99.99. Contact Ingersoll Rand, 704/655-4000,

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