Tyre sealant is inserted in one of two ways. It can either be poured directly into the tyre carcass before the tyre is mounted onto the rim, or pumped into the tyre through the valve using a high pressure tyre sealant pump.
The first method is the least common, as the pump is an easy and effective way to apply sealant into a tyre. Each pump is calibrated to administer a set volume per stroke.
Our stainless steel hand pumps have measurements to allow for careful control and management of tyre dosage.
After purchasing your steel tyre sealant pump and assembled it, you are now ready to install your sealant
Here at NoMorePunctures, we have a bottling process which involves dispensing tyre sealant from larger containers and drums into the smaller 1 litre bottles and 5 litre jerry cans that you see on retail shelves. For all our decanting we use the Ezi-action series of drum pumps to solve the process of transferring from larger bins, drums and containers into smaller bottles. They are brilliantly simple and extremely effective and affordable. Capable of dispensing very high viscosity, (therefore tyre sealant is not a problem and even our more viscous grades) quickly and easily.
These pumps can also be used for application of sealant into a tyre and are ideal for home use installation from our 5 litre or 25 litre drum. The only difference being that the pumps are not designed to handle high pressure such as our stainless steel hand pumps.