Ingersoll Rand Inc. has released the D5241 IQV20 Hammer Drill, a battery-powered, cordless tool with drill, driver and hammer drill modes.
The versatility of the tool helps technicians complete more tasks across several applications. The brushless motor powers 1,100 in-lbs. of torque. Technicians can control the torque to a precise level by adjusting between the high- and low-speed options. A half-inch, all-metal keyless chuck with carbide teeth eliminates bit slip while drilling through nearly any material. The 24-position clutch allows fine-tuned fastening depth, eliminating cam-outs and over-torqued fasteners, which results in better efficiency and saves on materials.
A LED light illuminates work areas and reduces shadows, and the rubberized handle is made to resist impact and kickback, which protects the user's hands, as well as the tool from any damage. A removable ergonomic auxiliary arm can provide extra stability in high-torque uses.
The D5241 IQV20 Hammer Drill is sold on its own, or as part of a kit with two five-amp hour batteries.
“Operators working in tight, awkward positions no longer have to sacrifice performance for versatility,” says David Dobersztyn, senior global product manager of power tools, Ingersoll Rand. “We designed the Ingersoll Rand cordless hammer drill with advanced features to make uncomfortable work easier while delivering the quality that provides best-in-class performance, year after year.
“With a five-amp hour battery in the kit, hardworking techs get twice the battery capacity to drill more holes on a single charge. That capacity, combined with the versatility and price point, make the D5241 Hammer Drill one of the best values on the market.”