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Ingersoll Rand 121K6 Super Duty Air Hammer with 6-Piece Chisel Kit


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  • Professional touch trigger for total control
  • Long-life tool with a tough one piece alloy barrel
  • Easy to maintain, with an "easy out" throttle valve assembly
  • Kit includes: a blow molded plastic case with a removable lid and 6 chisels
  • Air hammer comes in a blowmolded case with 6 chisels
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 121K6
Item Weight4.2 pounds
Product Dimensions3.9 x 12.7 x 9.7 inches
OriginChina
Item model number121-K6
Power Sourceair-powered
Item Package Quantity1
Special Featureslightweight
Included Componentscase
Warranty DescriptionManufacturer
  
Technical Specification
Additional Information
ASINB00004XOT7
Best Sellers Rank #15,929 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
Date First AvailableJanuary 15, 2001
  
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Ingersoll Rand’s 121K6 super-duty air hammer with six-piece chisel kit makes fast work of body panel crimping and cutting, bushing driving, shearing, and general front-end work.

At a Glance
121K6 Air Hammer
With 6-Piece Chisel Kit
At a Glance:
  • Professional touch trigger for total control

  • Long-life tool with a tough one-piece alloy barrel

  • Easy to maintain, with an easy-out throttle valve assembly

  • Complete with six assorted steel chisels

  • Kit dimensions: 3.9 inches by 12.7 inches by 9.7 inches; weighs 4.2 pounds
At a Glance
Ingersoll Rand 121K6 Kit
Ingersoll Rand's 121K6 kit includes the 121 super-duty air hammer, six durable steel chisels, and a sturdy blow-molded case. View larger
Features
The 121K6 kit combines Ingersoll Rand’s 121 super-duty pneumatic hammer with six assorted high-quality steel chisels that have been tested to meet the harshest of job environments and tasks. The hammer comes with a coil-spring retainer for fast and easy chisel changes, and the kit’s included chisels are: one 3/4-inch flat-blade chisel, one punch chisel, one claw ripper-edging tool, one single-blade cutter, one kwik cutter, and one vee chisel-spot welder breaker. The 121 hammer reaches 3,000 blows per minute at 90 PSI and has a 2.28-inch stroke length—and its light weight (3.5 pounds) aids in user comfort, making it easier to work through longer jobs more quickly. Whether chipping, punching, or cutting, the tools provided in this kit—which also includes a sturdy black blow-molded storage and carrying case—increase productivity thanks to powerful and sturdy construction.


About Ingersoll Rand
With a history dating back to 1871, Ingersoll Rand and its family of brands represents a proven history in construction, mining, industrial, and commercial markets. Through acquisitions, innovations, and customer focus, today's Ingersoll Rand offers market-leading solutions and services that enable customers to create progress through a variety of industries and markets that touch everyday life.

What's in the Box
One Ingersoll Rand 121K6 super-duty air hammer with six chisels and one storage/carrying case.

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Ingersoll Rand's 121K6 kit features the compact but powerful 121 air hammer. (Click to enlarge)

Product Description

This Ingersoll Rand air hammer makes fast work of body panel crimping and cutting, bushing driving, shearing and front end work. Blows Per Minute BPM 3,000, Tool Length in. 7.63, CFM at Load 15, Case Included Yes, Air Consumption CFM 3, Stroke Length in. 2 9/32, Bore Diameter in. 3/4, Chisels Included Yes, Min. Hose Size in. 3/8, Tool Weight lbs. 3.5, Air Inlet Size in. NPT 1/4, Shank Diameter in. 0.401. Kit includes edger, cutter and punch

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

This is an air hammer like none I've owned before.
George
Great for removing tie rods, cutting metal, chiseling, and hammering.
Larry
Meanwhile paid 86 bucks for the Ingersoll Rand and am quite happy.
Paul Morrison

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By D. Dell on October 19, 2009
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I had to re-tile some bathroom floors, but ran into a problem. The ceramic tile was apparently put down with an adhesive that was meant to last 100 years. In the first bathroom I used a chisel and hammer to remove the tile by hand which took me a week to get the tile up. There had to be a better way so I bought this air hammer and gave it a try.

I was amazed how fast the tile came up with this tool. It works like a little mini hand-held jackhammer. I was able to remove the tile in just a few hours instead of a week doing it by hand. I am sure this handy little tool has many other uses that I may discover later, but for now I am very happy using it for tile removal.

There is one thing you must be aware of. This tool uses an air compressor. I only had a 1 gallon compressor which is not even close to adequate. I had to buy an 8 gallon and it worked great.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Kurt on February 5, 2012
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I paid the high price for this product specifically to avoid buying a Chinese quality one. I have always used Ingersoll Rand tools in the shop and have had good experiences. When I received the tool, I immediately realized that it was made in China. Within an hour of using it, the bit retainer snapped. It was clearly made from Chinese grade recycled metal. a.k.a. they made it out of metal they got from melting down a used clothes drier with the lint still in it. I took it to a certified IR service center and they didn't have an IR replacement bit retainer, but they were able to give me a speed loader off of a similar brand display model that fit. By the end of the day the chisel I was using jambed in the speed loader. The metal was of such obvious low quality that it had deformed from the force of the tool itself. I used a dremel to trim down edge and got it working again. By the end of the second day the tool starting losing force despite being oiled regularly. I took it apart, cleaned it and got it back up to full speed. By the end of the job on the third day the tool was barely functioning and it didn't matter how much I cleaned it. Upon further inspection I realized that too much air was slipping past the hammer due to wear. Again, probably from cheap metal. I spent more time fixing this tool than actually using it; I should have just gone to Harbor Freight and bought one for $15.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Paul Morrison on March 3, 2010
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I wanted to chip some granite so I bought a 20 dollar Kobalt Air Hammer. Two shifts of four hours running it non stop pretty much trashed it. No umph left. OK, maybe I should have read the directions and added some lubricant. I did that before the second stint and the oomph was back but not for long. I might rebuild it when I get the spare time.

Meanwhile paid 86 bucks for the Ingersoll Rand and am quite happy. The job I am doing is nonstop brutal hammering of rock. The Kobalt I am sure can handle the light work but this Ingersoll Rand feels like it is going to last. More heft and more power. 4 good turns at the rock and it's still quite peppy. I am oiling this one from the start so this review might not be completely fair to the Kobalt.

Chisels from both fit the new hammer. Now if someone could point me to a chisel that fits this hammer which will not wear out I would be happy. I have to grind a new edge every hour or so and they are getting short.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By D. M. Harman VINE VOICE on July 16, 2011
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First let me say I went on the cheap for my first air hammer and learned my lesson. This unit does all the usual things needed for around the home. Remove tile, chip out grout, punch a hole through concrete or concrete blocks, etc etc. It's not over nor under powered for those uses and it's reasonable weight makes using it easy. It doesn't overly vibrate and isn't overly loud during use. It works perfectly with my Makita MAC2400 Big Bore 2.5 HP Air Compressor with no real wait time for compressor recharge time beyond the normal pauses for clearing debris or moving about.

It seems about "just right" for typical home owner use.

UPDATE: After a year of use this hammer is still going strong. used it on an outdoor flagstone patio re-grout. (One of those jobs that looked straightforward but turned into a nightmare) It's spent many many hours removing grout, breaking up decaying concrete base and never once even stuttered. It did break a retaining spring but that's to be expected. One of those few tools that is solidly made and worth the money.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By C. Rogers on June 21, 2010
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Nothing special about this. The spring that holds the chisel in broke on first use. Had to wait to use it until I could get a quick connect one on line. Not sure why the company would not include this for the price they are charging. Works adequately, not under powered but not overpowered either. Bought because reviews on this model were good. I guess I would say I do not agree wholeheartly with those folks.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Pipe burner on November 13, 2013
There needs to be a two star rating for it's ok, 'cause that's how I feel about it. I didn't buy this to work around the house to break up grout or BS tile; I got it to work on Heavy Duty Class 8 Big Trucks and to do maintenance and fab work at concrete and gravel plants!!! First off I was NOT happy I bought Ingersoll Rand and it said made in china!! wtf? Upon using it for 5 minutes the spring holding the bit in place broke! Took the spring from my $40 Craftsman air hammer and that lasted until I was finished with one section of a job. The most irritating thing was the damn barrel kept loosening so use the tool for 40 seconds, stop, tighten barrel, repeat process! I should have just stuck it out with another $40 Craftsman unit. Please don't waste your money on this "ingersoll (china) rand" tool. Other than the negatives I had to deal with, the tool did have plenty of power, and the bits seemed to have held up versus' the Craftsman ones.
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