"Ingersoll Rand's titanium impact wrench is designed to deliver great performance in a small package. Noise Level dB 96.6, Impacts Per Minute IPM 1,500, Inlet Size in. 1/4, Tool Length in. 5 15/16, Tool Weight lbs. 2.48, Variable Speed Yes, CFM at Load 17, Drive in. 3/8, Forward Torque ft.-lbs. 230, Max. Reverse Torque ft.-lbs. 300, Max. Torque ft.-lbs. 300, Min. Hose Size in. 3/8, Average Air Consumption CFM 4, Working Torque ft.-lb. 25-230, Reversible Yes, Speed - No Load RPM 15,000. Patented 4-position power regulator dial Patented 1-hand forward/reverse control Feather-touch trigger"
how much arir tool oil do u put in this tool and how do u put it in
asked 2 years, 4 months ago
on "Ingersoll Rand Titanium Impact Wrench - 3/8in., Model# 2115TIMAX"
0out of0found this question helpful.
If oiling the tool manually you would put the oil in at the inlet where the hose goes. You just put a couple drops in each time you go to use the tool. If you have an inline lubricator then you would put 1 drop of oil per minute every 20 CFM of use.
answered 2 years, 4 months ago
1out of1found this answer helpful.
Oil is inserted through the air line quick connect fitting on the bottom of the tool the part where you hook your hose up to. Put oil in through the fitting until it starts coming out of the fitting or reaches the top. hook the tool up to your air line and run tool with the trigger pulled all the way in both forward and reverse till you see oil coming out the exhaust port. If the oil is dirty like a blackish color disconnect the tool from the air hose and fill with oil again repeat the step above run the tool till you see clear oil then your done most shops have inline airtool oilers so the techs don't have to worry about going through this procedure all the time hope this helps answer your question