No More Punctures distributes and installs genuine Ultraseal - Tyre Life Extender/Sealant in Northern Johannesburg and Cape Town South Africa South African Testimonials for Ultraseal and Independent Ultraseal Testing
"NoMorePunctures installed Ultraseal in the tyres of both vehicles. 17 800 kilometres, two vehicles, some of the worst roads Africa has to offer – not one puncture!!" Africa Bushcraft
"two of our vehicles covered a distance of 17,000 kilometers after using the product ‘Ultra Seal’ in the tyres of both of them. It was the first time that we travelled and had absolutely no flat wheels and no loss of tyre pressure whatsoever"
"We have to date recorded 25311 pucture free kilometers. This saving is quite astounding when one considers that each “call out” for a puncture would have cost in the region of R1500 !!"
Professional Driver Training "I would highly recommend your product to every vehicle on the road" United Breweries "results from past experience with similar products showed the products to dry with extended usage eventually affecting the wheel balancing, this is not the case (with Ultraseal)"
Bosveld "Geen pap wiele gedurende die resies nie, Geen wiel wanbalans nie, Geen onstabiliteit nie, Geen lekkasies"
Bushcraft Maintain "This is absolutely a super product, that will ensure the overland traveller peace of mind, and freedom to not have to worry about punctures"
Foodcorp Sunbake "This result in savings on ‘’Call outs’’, lost of sales due to late deliveries and a reduction in scrap tires"
Angeo Motors Angeo Motors Truck Hire "ULTRASEAL since January, 2010 in out bobcat tyres and since then never had any flat tyres"
The importance of independent testing from nationally or internationally recognized laboratories cannot be overemphasized. Because tire sealants are essentially unregulated by government agencies and are not required to meet specific safety and performance standards set forth by DOT, SAE, ASTM and others, it is important to verify a manufacturer's claims independently. Ultraseal International Inc. (USA) has been doing business with the United States Government and most of its national agencies (U.S. Postal Service, Forestry Service, Department of the Interior, Department of Immigration, etc. along with all branches of the military) for almost 40 years. Early in the relationship, the government required that a set of standards be established, met and confirmed independently in order to continue and expand tire sealant usage throughout the various agencies. This was conducted under the oversight of the U.S. Postal System by nationally accredited laboratories, chemists and staff. This program came to be called the U.S. Postal Spec #V-06-94. Over the years, many large private and institutional users have required additional tests and studies to verify Ultraseal's effectiveness. These were performed by such highly accredited organizations as Smithers Laboratories of Akron, OH, US Labs, and TUV in Europe, just to name a few. An all too common practice that is increasingly appearing on sealant manufacturer's sites is the posting of a summary or excerpt from a single short-term, limited scope test drawing conclusions that are unsupported on closer examination. Not surprisingly, these are often prepared by a lab with an impressive sounding name, but little or no credibility in the tire industry. If you look at the methods and parameters considered in the postal specs, you'll find an in-depth long-term study of sealant performance, consistency and a close look at possible chemical effects on the tire and wheel. There is a direct correlation between a product's ability or inability to maintain a neutral ph over its intended life and the possibility of formation of rust or corrosion on a wheel. Short-term tests will not address this very important consideration. Verifiable tests will tell you what salesmen will not.
Budini Corporation "Compared to the fleet's average, the tires loaded with ULTRASEAL outperformed all others in the same application by 24%"
Detroit Recycling Center "Since we began using ULTRASEAL in early 1997, flats have been reduced by 90%. In fact, UlTRASEAL paid for itself in the first month."
Jersey Bandag "We would like to you to know that Jersey Bandag, inc. through the use of Ultraseal Tire Life Extender has shown Fleet Managers, Transportation Directors and "Hands On" Maintananace Personnel, how to lower their cost per mile of operation."
John Gregg "1000 screw punctures, no flats. Not even a leak. Ultraseal works"