A tyre sealant is a complete puncture preventative, tyre repair and maintenance solution. It is a low viscosity liquid substance, with the primary composition being either glycol or latex (Read the difference of glycol and latex here).
Specially formulated with advanced kevlar fibres, rubber particles and cooling agents, the solution permanently seals punctures and protects the tyre.
Tyre Sealants have been adapted for every tyre usage, from bicycles, and agriculture to the most extraneous mining and military conditions.
By preventing natural air loss, which leads to additional heat and tread wear (number 1 reason for blowouts and tyre failure), coupled with the additional cooling properties, tyre sealants provide improved fuel consumption and extended tyre life.
Simply installed through the valve of the tyre, the solution creates an even coating that cools and maintains the tyre from the inside.
When a puncture occurs, the inside tyre pressure immediately forces the sealant into the hole/laceration.
The fibres and rubber in the sealant form a solid plug in the tyre cavity. The puncture is permanently sealed, and the tyre sealer remains in it's original consistency to continue sealing, extending and repairing hundreds of punctures in the tyre.
Designed as a preventative for new punctures, the sealant also repairs existing punctures.
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