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Ingersoll Rand Air Hammer and Chisel Set - Model# 114GQC

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Ingersoll Rand is known for the legendary performance and durability that their products have been delivering for years. The EDGE series tools will exceed your expectations at an affordable price. No matter what the job entails, Ingersoll Rand EDGE series tools will help you conquer whatever the day brings. This Ingersoll Rand Air Hammer and Chisel is ideal for exhaust work, cutting metals, chipping and scraping surfaces. Chisels Included Yes 3, Stroke Length in. 2 5/8, Min. Hose Size in. 3/8, Air Inlet Size in. NPT 1/4, Air Consumption CFM 4, Case Included No, Blows Per Minute BPM 3,500. Delivers a 2 5/8in. stroke 3500 BPM Medium barrel length with built-in power regulator and professional touch trigger Ideal for exhaust work, cutting metals, chipping and scraping surfaces
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where is this made

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The Ingersoll Rand Air Hammer and Chisel Set is manufactured in Taiwan.
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The 114GQC Air Hammer & Chisel Set is made in Taiwan.
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Can I use this to chip brick?

I have a red brick retaining wall on which I have a few bricks left. They are very difficult to chip with a 2 lb hammer and chisel. Since I have an air compressor, can I use this air hammer with a chisel to chip this brick and even it out?
asked 2 years ago
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Anonymous
 - chanhassen, mn
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This hammer would do a fine job on your brick.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
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Yes it will work.

You will have to take care not do damage the bricks, if you plan to reuse them.

And you may have to allow time for you compressor to recharge periodically, they use quite a bit of air.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
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n0odz
 - Springfield MO
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Yes i think it would work great.
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
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grampy2004
 - Fort Worth ,Texas
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You can, but I would suggest a masonry blade for your circular saw. Its dusty and loud but makes a lot cleaner cut for matching up. Make sure to wear eye and ear protection if you do.
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tm65
 - Nebraska
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I think you can chisel it but it may be hard to do an accurate job and may take off too much. It would defiantly chisel the blocks though. Hope this helps
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mechanic84
 - oregon
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Would this product be good for removing stubborn ceramic floor tile?

asked 2 years, 7 months ago
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BucnRut
 - Texas
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The Ingersoll Rand Air Hammer and Chisel Set is designed for chipping and scraping surfaces, and most likely would work well on stubborn floor tile. When used on flooring, always be careful not to damage the surface beneath the tile, as air hammers can be powerful.
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Absolutly this product would work great for removing stubborn ceramic floor tile. I used it for brick removal on my patio and it did a fantastic job.
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TexasBigDog
 - Tyler, Texas USA
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It should be great but you may want to get a wider chisel than comes with it.But i would try the one that comes with it first.
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grampy2004
 - Fort Worth ,Texas
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