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Cut, grind, polish, or tackle other tough jobs with the Ingersoll Rand 3107G Heavy-Duty Air Die Grinder, which is part of our Edge series. This handheld power tool sports a ball-bearing construction that's sturdy yet lightweight. Features include a 1/3-horsepower motor, a 1/4-inch collet, a rear exhaust, and a self-locking throttle. An ergonomic grip makes the tool comfortable to hold and use and provides exceptional torque accuracy. Like all of the company's Edge Series impact tools, it is exceptionally rugged, compact, and lightweight. This product measures 6.6 inches long and weighs 1 pound. Package includes 1 Ingersoll Rand 3107G Heavy Duty Air Die Grinder and comes with a limited one-year product warranty.

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Cut, grind, polish, or tackle other tough jobs with the Ingersoll Rand 3107G heavy-duty air die grinder. Part of Ingersoll Rand's Edge series, this handheld power tool sports a ball-bearing construction that's sturdy yet lightweight. Features include a 1/3-horsepower motor, a 1/4-inch collet, a rear exhaust, and a self-locking throttle. An ergonomic grip makes the tool comfortable to hold and use and provides exceptional torque accuracy.

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Lightweight Yet Sturdy Construction
The Ingersoll Rand 3107G heavy-duty air die grinder has a ball-bearing construction and, like all of the company's Edge Series Impactools, is exceptionally rugged, compact, and lightweight. It comes equipped with a 1/3-horsepower motor, a 1/4-inch collet, a rear exhaust, and a self-locking throttle.

"p""b"Award-Winning Ergonomic Design"br" The Ingersoll Rand 3107G heavy-duty air die grinder features an award-winning ergonomic design that delivers exceptional torque accuracy along with increased productivity and safety. The tool's contoured grip offers greater comfort while you're working. This product measures 6.6 inches long and weighs 1 pound.

About Ingersoll-Rand
Ingersoll Rand is a global, diversified firm providing products, services, and solutions to enhance the quality and comfort of air in homes and buildings, transport and protect food and perishables, secure homes and commercial properties, and increase industrial productivity and efficiency. Driven by a 100-year-old tradition of technological innovation, Ingersoll Rand enables its customers to create progress and a positive impact in their world.

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