Ingersoll Rand Pneumatic Lawnmower News & Opinion

Ingersoll Rand Pneumatic Lawnmower

The new Ingersoll Rand Pneumatic Lawnmower eliminates the need for adding gas and cuts almost as quietly as battery. With the raw power of air, the new Ingersoll Rand Air Mower powerfully cut lawns with its 22” blade. There are two ways to cut. First, you can attach a hose directly to the mower—allowing it to cut with just 80 PSI of air supply. Alternatively, you can fill the onboard air tank and cut for more than 45 minutes.

NOTE: This was an April Fool’s post from 2019

The onboard pneumatic power plant runs efficiently and quietly, spinning the onboard mulching blade at a powerful 3500RPM speed. It includes a 35-foot butyl hose, but IR also sells a 50-foot poly hose as an add-on. Since IR includes the onboard tank, that may be the preferred way to use this new mower. Fill up from your local air compressor, and you can get mowing in under 3 minutes.


The IR Air Mower’s wide deck is configured for bagging or mulching. Power is ample, and the lightweight steel alloy deck resists rust and handles all types of grass.

Deck height adjusts between 2- and 5-inches using a single lever for all wheels. The height system also uses a robust control arm. This exceeds many of the plastic components we’ve witnessed lately.


Ingersoll Rand has also announced a self-propelled mower due out in exactly 365 days. The new mower comes with a 90-day warranty on the pneumatic mower and a 90-minute warranty on the hose.

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Ezra Kainz

I figured it out at the 45 minute run time off an on board tank combined with powerful mower.

Kyle Light


Adam Shaver

Here ya go Wu Dan