Get The Correct Tyre Pressure
Filling your tyres with Nitrogen instead of compressed air means that your tyre pressure will remain at the appropriate threshold for longer because the rate at which Nitrogen passes out the walls of your tyres is slower than oxygen.
Our machine pulls nitrogen from the air, cleans and purifies it, and then gets pumped into your tyres. Once you have nitrogen in your tyres, ideally you should keep the pressure topped up using nitrogen to a minimum of 95%. If you need to top up using compressed air, this is fine but it will dilute the nitrogen content in the tyres.
You should check your tyre pressure regularly. Correct tyre pressures mean that your tyres grip the road as they should. Incorrect tyre pressures can cause unnecessary wear on your tyres, meaning they could wear unevenly and may lead to premature replacement of your tyres.
Low tyre pressures can mean that your tyre creates more resistance to movement. This means that more energy is required to move your car, which equates to a higher fuel consumption. Inevitably, maintaining your tyres at the correct pressure could help save you money on fuel and reduce the amount of CO2 you produce from your vehicle.