Cordless drill/driver series

The D5140 1/2 drill/driver is designed with a 16-position clutch that allows the user to apply the right speed for any surface area including metal, wood and plastic.

03/27/2013


The D5140 1/2 drill/driver is designed with a 16-position clutch that allows the user to apply the right speed for any surface area including metal, wood and plastic. Courtesy: Ingersoll RandThe D5140 1/2″ drill/driver has been added to the IQV20 Series cordless tool line. This tool offers the same durability and high-power performance as the other IQV20 Series products and the versatility to switch between drilling and fastening functions in seconds. The durable drill/driver is engineered to stand up to harsh operating conditions. The D5140 has a 16-position clutch that gives users more control over drilling and fastening applications. The clutch enables the operator to apply the right speed and pressure to complete tasks without damaging surface areas. As a result, the D5140 can be used on any material — including metal, wood or plastic. 

Ingersoll Rand

www.ingersollrand.com 



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