Ingersoll Rand has launched the QX Series Cordless Torque Multiplier – a high-torque fastening tool for industrial applications that achieves up to 2000 Nm of torque.
Built upon the QX Series platform, the Ingersoll Rand Cordless Torque Multiplier employs advanced technology, communication and control features to ensure accurate, repeatable bolting for torque-critical joints.
Dan Fleming, product manager at Ingersoll Rand, says: “In heavy-duty, high-risk environments like oil and gas, infrastructure construction, and power generation, the accuracy of applied torque is critical.
“In these high-performance industries time is valuable. The QX Series Cordless Torque Multiplier replaces manual, inaccurate fastening methods with a traceable method that is quicker and more effective.”
To meet heavy-duty fastening needs, the QX Series Cordless Torque Multiplier has a brushless motor paired with a premium gearbox to generate 160 times the torque of a standard QX Series tool.
The tool is available in five different combinations of torque and speed capability, ranging from 40 to 2000 Nm and 5 to 45 revolutions per minute.
At the heart of the Torque Multiplier is the Ingersoll Rand closed-loop transducer, which is the key to delivering torque precision, accuracy and traceable results.