Custom flat proofing, often called “foam fill”, can make any tire, new or old, 100% flat free! Our preferred product, called TyrFil™, features a softer fill that can be used on any size tire. Smaller tires require a softer fill because hard fill will damage your equipment.
TyrFil™- 100% Flat Proof- Guaranteed!
TyrFil™ is a patented liquid polyurethane flat proofing polymer that is pumped into the tire through it’s valve stem. It replaces all of the air and cures into a resilient, synthetic rubber core in 24 hours! It completely eliminates flats! 100%. Your tires will roll right over spikes, scrap metal, rocks, nails…..you name it!
TyrFil™ Flatproofing is ideal for:
TyrFil™ must be installed by an Authorized TyrFil™ Flatproofing Installer
TyrFil™is currently manufactured in multiple grades/formulas to meet particular load, ride and traction needs. Compared to the standard tire foam fills on the market, TyrFil™is much softer and provides an air-like ride. A softer, air-like ride means less axle stress, less bent wheels, less jolts and vibrations, longer tire wear and a broader footprint for increased traction. Other benefits include constant tire pressure for life of tire, extra ballast for improved stability and elimination of blow out hazards. It is the ideal tire flatproofing solution for lawn tractors, skids steers, golf course equipment, farm tractors, backhoes, trenchers, utility vehicles and construction equipment. Major OEM’s such as Mustang and Gehl have approved TyrFil™ for the use on their machines. Eliminate 100% of flat tires with TyrFil™….Just Fill It and Forget It !
What is the Flatproofing process?
Pumped into the tire through its valves stem, Accella TyrFil™ liquid flatproofing polymer replaces all of the air and cures to a resilient rubber-like core in 24-48 hours. All foam filling is done at our Worcester MA warehouse.
The process includes:
Inspecting your tire and wheel for defects.
Prestretching the tire carcass overnight.
Pumping the tire fill into the tire at the correct temperature.
Pressurizing the tire to the recommended inflation pressure.
Curing at the proper time and temperature to insure optimum filled tire performance.
The Custom Flatproofing Process
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