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Ingersoll Rand to debut 12V cordless tools at SEMA Show

Ingersoll Rand is debuting a new line of 12V compact cordless tools at the 2013 SEMA Show in booth No. 10149.

As technology advances, automobiles get smaller and more complex. Technicians need compact tools to perform tight space repairs on dashboards, door panels and bumpers. The Ingersoll Rand IQV12Series cordless tools enable technicians to access narrow spaces faster and easier. The IQV12Series includes three Impactools, two ratchets, a drill/driver, a screwdriver and an LED task light.

IQV12? Series Impactools are available in 1/4″ and 3/8″ square and 1/4″ hex quick-change models, and deliver 100 foot-pounds of reverse torque to tackle hard-to-remove fasteners in hard-to-reach places. Measuring just 5.9″ from tip to tail, IQV12Series Impactools feature small-diameter, ergonomically designed handles for improved comfort.

Ingersoll Rand designed two cordless ratchet wrenches on the 12V battery platform. The R1100 Series ratchets are available in 3/8″ and 1/4″ drives. Both ratchets deliver up to 30 foot-pounds of torque and have durable heads to handle additional manual ratcheting, when the application demands it. R1100 Series ratchets have a patent-pending slim-line battery design and paddle-style trigger that allows for easy operation in a variety of grip positions and angles.

The D1130 3/8″ drill/driver is one of the most versatile tools in the IQV12Series. With two speeds and a 15-position clutch, the drill/driver supports drilling and fastening applications. The D1130 has 1,600 rpm and 205 in-lbs of torque for faster drilling, and weighs only 2.43 lbs to help minimize user fatigue.

Like the IQV12Series drill/driver, the D1410 screwdriver has two speed settings and a 15-position clutch. The screwdriver is designed to support assembly and disassembly applications, and features a magnetic, pin-detent bit holder for fast, one-handed bit changes. The D1410 has a variable-speed switch with an electronic brake to provide maximum control of the tool and a smaller-diameter, ergonomically designed handle to help reduce operator fatigue and tool vibration during extended use.

The L1110 LED task light completes the IQV12Series cordless line. The ultra-bright white LED light has a 20,000-hour life and delivers up to 180 lumens of light for up to 6.5 hours on a single charge.

Every tool in the line is powered by a long lasting 2.0 Ah 12V lithium-ion battery. The battery has a positive-lock feature that emits a click to let the technician know when the battery is properly secured in the tool, helping to prevent drops and damage.

“Over the past year, Ingersoll Rand rolled out a line of high-powered 20V IQV20Series cordless tools with the convenience of cordless and the power of air. Now, we’ve developed a line of versatile 12V cordless products to meet the needs of the compact market,” said Nathan Schmid, marketing manager – vehicle services at Ingersoll Rand. “The new IQV12Series gives users the convenience of cordless tools in compact packages, making it easier for technicians to access tight spaces.”

Ingersoll Rand is hosting a "Dash to the Desert Sweepstakes," giving attendees the chance to win a trip for two to the NASCAR Nationwide Series race in Phoenix in March 2014 and a new set of IQV12Series cordless tools! Attendees can scan their badges at the Ingersoll Rand booth — located in the North Hall ? Tool and Equipment area, booth No. 10149 — to enter the drawing, which will be held at 3:30 p.m. Pacific time on Friday, Nov. 8.

Some custom restoration and motorsports partners of Ingersoll Rand will be signing autographs during the show. The following individuals are expected to appear in the Ingersoll Rand booth:

  • Tuesday: Dar Holdsworth, owner of Brass Balls Choppers; Ray Evernham, host of “AmeriCarna TV”; and Jim Jonsin, music producer and owner of Rebel Rock Racing
  • Wednesday: Lou Santiago, host of “Car Fix”; Elliott Sadler, NASCAR driver; and Chad Hackenbracht, NASCAR driver
  • Thursday: Lou Santiago, host of “Car Fix”; Chad Hackenbracht, NASCAR driver; Miss Sprint Cup; and Nick Loden, NCQMA race car driver
  • Friday: Chris Womack, owner of CW Restoration Shop

The celebrity appearance schedule is subject to change. Monitor the Ingersoll Rand Facebook page for up-to-the-minute SEMA Show coverage. Ingersoll Rand will also post daily video highlights at ingersollrandproducts.com.

 

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