The secret to the successful use of nitrogen is consistent and regular inflation with high-quality nitrogen gas.
Are you tired of constantly checking your tire pressure and filling up your tires with air? Nitrogen might be the solution you've been looking for.
Nitrogen has larger molecules that are less likely to escape through the tire wall, which means your tires will maintain optimal pressure for a longer period of time. Not only does this lead to improved handling and fuel economy, but it also reduces tire wear. Say goodbye to frequent tire pressure checks and enjoy a smoother, safer ride with nitrogen-filled tires.
The Differences Between a Regular Air-Filled Tire and a Nitrogen-Filled Tire
Regular Air-Filled Tire
- Tire heats up fast
- Air easily permeates the tire wall
- Air pressure is reduced frequently
- Moisture causes large swings in tire pressure
- Tire remains cooler
- Air pressure is retained for longer periods of time
- Lighter tires
- Dry, high-quality nitrogen is more stable and eliminates drastic pressure swings
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The Daily Cycle of a Tire
On a daily basis, tires go through many different phases. These cyclical, constant changes have a negative, compounding impact on tire life and tire tread.
Because air inflated tires leak oxygen molecules through the rubber tire membrane, underinflation speeds up the cycle even more. Proper nitrogen tire inflation is the answer to this destructive cycle because nitrogen can sustain higher heat levels triggered during use, and bigger N2 molecules don’t leak from the tires at the same rate as air.
Nitrogen and the Science Behind It
Nitrogen molecules are larger than standard air molecules. This means that when tires are filled with nitrogen gas less air permeates through them, allowing tires to remain at a more constant pressure for longer periods of time—fewer pressure fluctuations overall! Nitrogen is also a “dry” gas and therefore doesn’t include moisture or cause oxidation of internal tire parts and rims. This means there is less tire degradation and an improved tire life! Air holds moisture, vaporizes, and condenses due to temperature changes, causing tire instability. High purity, and dry nitrogen will maximize fuel economy and tire life.