How It Works | tyre puncture sealant

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Krishna Tyre Sealant is a preventative tyre sealant installed via the inflation valve and remains in a viscous liquid state within the tyre. Its sealing properties are due to millions of synthetic fibres and particles suspended in an aqueous solution.As the tyre rotates, centrifugal forces distribute the sealant into an even film around the inside of the tyre.
When a puncture occurs the air inside the tyre tries to escape, forcing the sealant into the wound, where fibres and fillers suspended either in ethylene or propylene glycol to interlock which plugs the hole in the tread area preventing any further air loss within one or two revolutions of the wheel. This action is so rapid that the driver may not know a puncture has happened. Later, when the tyre is inspected, if the cause is still present it can be removed. When removed, the vehicle must be driven immediately to enable the sealant to re-seal.
Depending on the grade of sealant used, holes up to 30 mm (1ΒΌ inches) can be repaired using this technology.

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