WHAT IS LINSEAL?

Linseal is the revolutionary liquid puncture preventative. Linseal is designed to remain fluid inside a pneumatic tyre or innertube. Linseal will seal a hole in the tread area of a tyre instantaneously when applied BEFORE a puncture occurs.



HOW DOES LINSEAL WORK?

Linseal is spread over the inside of a tyre tread area as the wheel revolves, ready to seal puncture after puncture. When the puncture occurs, the escaping air pressure forces Linseal into the hole immediately forming a strong airtight seal.



IS LINSEAL SAFE FOR ME TO USE?

Yes! Many different rubbers are cut and treated especially for Linseal and mixed with preservatives, suspension agents, antifreeze and anti-corrosive inhibitors. None of these ingredients are harmful to skin or to tyres and tubes.



DOES LINSEAL DAMAGE THE TIRE?

No. Do not confuse Linseal with temporary repair aerosol products that contain latex. Technical tests have proven that Linseal has no detrimental effect on the tyre structure.



WHAT DOES LINSEAL DO?

Industrial Heavy Duty Linseal will seal holes in the tyre tread area caused by objects up to 10mm in diameter.



CAN VULCANISED REPAIRS BE CARRIED OUT?

Yes. Linseal may be easily washed from the tyre with water. Once the area is dried, a vulcanized repair may be effected, if required. Linseal will not affect adversely a hot or cold cure.



WHERE IS LINSEAL USED?

Suitable for all vehicles in construction, demolition, forestry, mining, agriculture and allied industries. All industrial equipment, construction machinery, earth-movers, diggers, forklift trucks and any plant or vehicle susceptible to punctures. All agricultural vehicles and machinery including Linseal acts instantaneously, effectively sealing holes as they occur, with minimal loss of air pressure. However, Linseal is not intended to seal splits or sidewall punctures.



HOW ARE TIRES TREATED WITH LINSEAL?

  1. With optional pressure pump: position the tyre to ensure that the valve is away from the bottom of the wheel. Remove the valve core from the valve with a valve tool and affix the pump to the valve. Pump the Linseal directly into the tyre through the valve without loss of air pressure.
  2. With a bottle of Linseal: position the tyre to ensure that the valve is away from the bottom of the wheel. Remove the valve core from the valve with a valve tool and deflate the tyre. Insert Linseal through the valve aperture; replace the valve core and reinflate tyre to correct pressure.


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