She’s Gonna Blow

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She’s Gonna Blow

She's Gonna Blow

List Price: $ 1.99

Price: $ 1.99

Ingersoll Rand Air Hammer 114GQC

Ingersoll Rand Air Hammer 114GQC

  • Includes 3-piece chisel set
  • Quick change chisel retainer
  • Longer life alloyed steel barrel and heat-treated piston
  • Diffused handle exhaust
  • Ergonomic grip

Medium barrel length with built-in power regulator, professional touch trigger. Designed for exhaust work, cutting metals, chipping and scraping surfaces. Specs: Delivers 3,500 BPM., 11/16″ bore diameter, 2-5/8″ stroke length, 4 CFM, 1/4″ air inlet, 3/8″ minimum hose size. Includes chisel shank size .401.The Ingersoll Rand 114GQC standard-duty air hammer is handy whether you’re cutting panels, fixing exhaust systems, or making general repairs. Powered by compressed air, this tool delivers a 2-5/8-inch stroke and 3,500 blows per minute (BPM) and is equipped with a quick-change retainer that makes it easy to swap chisels. Its rugged design sports an alloyed steel barrel and a heat-treated piston. A three-piece chisel set is included.

At a Glance
114GQC Standard-Duty Air
Hammer At a Glance:
  • Offers a 2-5/8-inch stroke and 3,500 blows per minute (BPM)

  • Quick-change retainer makes it easy to swap chisels
  • Has contoured grip for greater comfort while working
  • Backed by a one-year limited warranty
At a Glance
114GQC Standard Duty Air Hammer
A quick-disconnect retainer allows you to change chisels quickly and easily (click to enlarge).
114GQC Standard Duty Air Hammer
The 114GQC standard-duty air hammer features an ergonomic grip for greater comfort (click to enlarge).

Efficient Design with Quick-Change Retainer
Delivering a 2-5/8-inch stroke and 3,500 BPM, and designed for maximum efficiency, the Ingersoll Rand 114GQC standard-duty air hammer is great for cutting metals, chipping and scraping surfaces, and working on exhaust systems. A quick-disconnect retainer allows you to change chisels quickly and easily so you can finish jobs faster.

Lightweight Yet Sturdy Construction
Like all of Ingersoll Rand’s Edge series impactools, the 114GQC standard-duty air hammer is exceptionally rugged, compact, and lightweight. It comes equipped with a medium-length, alloyed steel barrel for a longer life and is powered by a heat-treated piston. Other highlights include a built-in power regulator, a professional touch trigger, a 0.401-inch shank, and a diffused exhaust at the bottom of the handle.

Award-Winning Ergonomic Design
The Ingersoll Rand 114GQC standard-duty air hammer 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 8.5 inches long and weighs 4.1 pounds. Included is a three-piece chisel set featuring a tapered punch, a panel cutter, and a flat chisel.

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.

What’s in the Box
Ingersoll Rand 114GQC standard-duty air hammer and a chisel set containing a tapered punch, panel cutter, and flat chisel.

114GQC Standard Duty Air Hammer 114GQC Standard Duty Air Hammer 114GQC Standard Duty Air Hammer
The 114GQC Standard Duty air hammer is great for cutting panels, fixing exhaust systems, or scraping surfaces (click each to enlarge).

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  1. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Pretty durable so far. I used it hard and it's still working like new., November 8, 2017
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    Darryl Smith (Suburban Jamestown, Kentucky) -
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    This review is from: Ingersoll Rand Air Hammer 114GQC (Tools & Home Improvement)
    Used it to demo a large Bedford stone fireplace that had a thousand bricks inside, and it did the job well and is still working. It took abuse above and beyond what it would endure in a shop environment (grit and dust, watery compressed air from a portable compressor, a few drops from roof height) and still works great. I kept it oiled and drained the compressor often but that's all the "care" it received, the rest was just hard relentless chiseling for a few days (we cleaned the mortar off the stones and bricks too) and it performed admirably. For less than $50 it was a great bargain. Electric demo hammers start at around $200 and the ones at that price point have mixed reviews; a rental of a contractor-grade unit locally was over $100/day and I couldn't get the job done in less than 3 days minimum (occupied residence so had to be careful and clean up as I went) so a relatively inexpensive air chisel turned out to be the perfect solution.

    I wrote a longer review about this tool before, with pictures and everything but Amazon wouldn't publish it for some vague, computer-issued reason. But take my word for it, this was a massive, 2-flued/two story (basement and ground floor and 6' above the roof) fireplace and it generated an incredible amount of rubble and this chisel did the whole demo, I didn't swing a hammer once.
    Darryl Smith2018-03-25 16:52 Reply
  2. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars So where do I begin with the issues!, January 9, 2018
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    This review is from: Ingersoll Rand Air Hammer 114GQC (Tools & Home Improvement)
    1. The item is missing the claimed to be included 3 pack of chisels

    2. I tried my own quality Cornwell chisels and kobalt chisels and they both have issues entering but more so removing due to bits on the detent balls in the quick release head.

    3. Have yet to try under pressure but the trigger was stuck and took quite a bit of force to push before is sort of snapped into the operating position.

    4. Grip wasn’t put on fully (which isn’t the biggest deal after all the other issues)

    5. Last but not least the air pressure adjustment is horrific, the threading is so bad and loaded with burs that turning it in and out to adjust pressure at the gun is a joke.

    Let me say this, I’ve used this exact gun in shops, I have a feeling they have changed vendors on some of the parts in assembling this product which now it’s lacking in many areas. Sadly one with years of use on it feels much better and reliable even after being dropped, thrown in tool box 150 times and hors of use that I figured I’d buy myself my own. Sad mistake, maybe I should have went with their better model or maybe that’s why they were having a fire sale st $40 to unload them? I have no idea but I’m so disappointed. Sitting here is an incomplete purchase that feels like garbage. I love IR (Ingersoll Rand) but this just blows me away, the company has seemed to have taken a turn for the worse.....
    UPDATE: sent out replacement, and sadly the se one pair is as bad as the first! If you’re looking for quality that these compare to, shooot you might as well go spend $20 at HF and use the heck out of them till they break, at least you get something that works well for a while. These are garbage right out of the box. I’m no snot or stickler looking for a $480 snap on set, just a decent pair of what IR used to be! Open it up, use it for many year, it wears out and you buy a new tool or better yet rebuild what you’ve got. Here’s the main issue and I’m done, I give up... the shaft that the chisels sit down in is so distorted and full of burs and marks that when you screw up the easy removal head, it A: doesn’t line up properly and B: makes it so difficult to slide the shaft of the chisels down it because it’s so rough and poorly made, fresh just hone it out slightly and you might have a half way decent tool. I even attempted to throw on an old spring head and oil up the hole and still the bits get hung up! It’s a defect! It’s a machining flaw! And I feel like IR knows and is just selling these off cheap! That’s just my feeling, hey you be the judge, but if I’m swearing by HF over IR from a guy who owns every name brand tool, there’s got to be an issue! Wow what a waste of time!
    Jessica2018-03-25 17:05 Reply
  3. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Much better than a no-name one, January 12, 2018
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    J. Bruha (Nebraska, USA) -
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    This review is from: Ingersoll Rand Air Hammer 114GQC (Tools & Home Improvement)
    My cheapo $15 air hammer wasn't doing the job for me any more (moved up to larger equipment repair) and going from that no-name one to this one is like going from a Ranger to an F-350. Bigger, heavier, and stronger all around. I also really like the quick-action chisel retainer, far better than the old spring-style. If you do a lot of maintenance work, and think you may have use for an air hammer, do yourself a favor, get a good one right away. The cheapo ones work just well enough to make you realize you should have gotten something better. I work on farm equipment, and there are times I don't know how I would have gotten things apart (short of a cutting torch) without this hammer. If doesn't come with a case, but that isn't enough for me to knock off a star from this excellent tool.
    J. Bruha2018-03-25 18:03 Reply