How does the liquid tire sealant works?

Our tire sealant can fix punctures up to 6mm for tubeless tire. It contains fibres, plastics and it remains in a liquid state. Although it’s a chemical formula, the real seal is a mechanical one. The chemical liquid provides the delivery medium for a series of sold particles that range in shape, size as well as chemical composition.

When the tire sealant shoots out the hole or slowly air leakages out the holes, the liquid and particles stick to the rubber. Once the tire runs, it flexes and the puncture flexes, push more liquid to be forced into the holes. More rubber particles be trapped into the flat holes until it’s fully closed.


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