BETTER FUEL ECONOMY, LONGER TIRE LIFE, ENHANCED SAFETY,
A SMALLER CARBON FOOTPRINT
85% of vehicle owners don’t check their Tire pressure regularly! It’s just one of those things we don’t think about until it’s obvious there is a problem, or it’s too late. Even with all the hi-tech goodies found in today's modern automobiles, tires are probably the single most important safety feature on your vehicle. Without tires you're not going anywhere. One of the easiest ways to maintain the performance and longevity of your tires is to keep them properly inflated. Check air pressure in all four tires at least once a month, or before a long trip, and inflate them to your vehicle manufacturer's recommended level. This information is also often located on a placard in the vehicle's doorjamb. Here are a few things you can do to keep your tires properly inflated and in good shape.
Replacing the air in your tires, and properly maintaining them with NitroFill can increase your tire life by as much as 50%, increase your fuel economy as much as 10% and decrease your chances of experiencing a tire failure by as much as 75%… all while reducing your carbon foot print.* While these advantages alone will easily outweigh the cost of converting your tires to NitroFill, they are but a sliver of the benefits you can enjoy as a NitroFill customer.
High purity nitrogen has been used as a tire inflation medium in critical applications, where safety, precision and economy are paramount concerns, for decades. The FAA actually mandates the use of nitrogen in all jet aircraft tires and it's the inflation standard in countless military vehicles. Nitrogen inflation is also required by Nascar, Formula One and most racing venues.
Without adequate purity, and the utilization of proper conversion techniques, nitrogen inflation is of nominal value.
Why #Nitrogen is better than Compressed #Air for your #Car Tires?
Air is 78 percent nitrogen, just under 21 percent oxygen, and the rest is water vapor, CO2 and small concentrations of noble gases such as neon and argon. We can ignore the other gases.
There are several compelling reasons to use pure nitrogen in tires.
First is that nitrogen is less likely to migrate through tire rubber than is oxygen, which means that your tire pressures will remain more stable over the long term. Racers figured out pretty quickly that tires filled with nitrogen rather than air also exhibit less pressure change with temperature swings. That means more consistent inflation pressures during a race as the tires heatup And when you're tweaking a race car's handling with half-psi changes, that's important.
Passenger cars can also benefit from the more stable pressures. But there's more: Humidity (water) is a Bad Thing to have inside a tire. Water, present as a vapor or even as a liquid in a tire, causes more of a pressure change with temperature swings than dry air does. It also promotes corrosion of the steel or aluminum rim.
You will notice improved fuel economy and smoother ride as well as the tires would last longer.