Promising the power of a pneumatic in a cordless configuration, Ingersoll Rand has introduced a new line of professional tools utilizing 20-volt lithium-ion batteries.

The IQV20 Series cordless tools are said to last longer between charges, increasing the time technicians have to work on a single charge, Ingersoll Rand said.

The IQV20 Series includes the W7150 ½ in.High-Torque Cordless Impactool, the W5130 3/8 in.  20V Mid-Torque Impactool and the L5110 Cordless LED Task Light.

“We’re being selective about the tools we engineer on this platform,” said Steve Jenson, global portfolio manager of cordless tools, Ingersoll Rand. “We’re creating tools with a purpose — designed specifically for technicians. As a result, we’ve created all the tools a technician needs — built and tested to get the job done quickly and efficiently.”

The W7150 rates best in its class for power-to-size ratio with 1,100 lbs.-ft torque and 780 lbs.-ft. reverse torque, the company said. It is 9.4 in. from tip to tail and weighs 6.8 lbs. The tool includes a chemical-resistant, patent-pending metal reinforced housing gives this tool maximum durability, while the lightweight, ergonomic design reduces operator fatigue.

The W5130 3/8 in. 20V Mid-Torque Impactool is modeled after the W7150, offering the same performance and durability, with even more versatility and accessibility for tighter work spaces. Measuring 6.6 in. from tip to tail, the W5130 combines its 190 lbs.-ft, torque and small size to accomplish everything from brake repairs to drivetrain jobs with maximum power.

The L5110 LED Task Light cast 180 lumens and lasts up to 20,000 hours.