Nitrogen Tire Inflation
Nitrogen in Tires... it's All the Rage!
Top of the line... N2 Purge and Fill Tire Inflation Systems
With several configurations available, we have
a perfect size fit for your service operation! Our top of the line Premier
Nitrogen Filling Station™ has a full color touch screen
and can even be used to feed an EVAP Smoke Generator or attach to an empty A/C
system for flushing and leak detection.
CHANGES HAVE COME TO THE PREMIER NITROGEN PROGRAM!
to incredible sales growth and the continued loyal support
of our customers, we've been able to expand our N2 line of products.
Get ready for....
New "Lower Priced" Nitrogen Filling Systems
(To complement our Premier Filling Station, some new base systems are under $500)
New Premier Nitrogen Service Tools
(Digital, TPMS and Hand Tools that speed and ease service)
New Support Products and Programs
(Add additional services to an N2 fill and increase your margins and net profit)
Newly Designed / Technically Advanced
"Premier N2 Generators"
(All new, high purity, Non-Membrane machines... at half the price of other systems)
Although we plan on keeping things under wraps a little longer, to keep them from the eyes of all the copy cat N2 companies, you don't need to wait.
Just dial 1(800) 266-4497 right now and we'll share
the details, plus offer you special pricing during intro promotion.
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Automatically "Purge and Inflate" up to 4 tires plus the spare*
with 99.99% pure Nitrogen in just 5 to 10 minutes!
(*Please note that configurations are being developed with 6, 8 and 10 hoses, for dualies and larger trucks)
Put "Nitrogen in Tires" with the simple touch of your finger and
generate an "Average Profit Margin" of 1000% to 3000% on each service!
HERE'S SOMETHING THAT
MIGHT GET YOUR INTEREST!
Are you prepared for the
N2 service explosion?
Premier Nitrogen is! Better yet, we're dedicated to helping you find the perfect solution for your operation. Call one of our knowledgeable technical people today, your will see we have the expertise to design and implement the right equipment so you can share in the profitable Nitrogen Tire Inflation business. Dial us right now... 1(800) 266-4497
When we say Automatic, we really mean Automatic...
The Premier Nitrogen
"Filling Station" is the only machine on the market with
individual tire pressure monitoring. Why is this important? What
if you want to service a vehicle with different front and rear tire
pressures? With other systems* you will have to go through two
service cycles, one to fill the front tries and then another to fill
the rear tires. Since the laws of physics dictates the time to purge
and fill and then purge and fill again (normal procedure for 97% N2
concentrations) would be approximately 10 minutes, servicing the
above dual pressure vehicle would take 20 minutes minimum. Now add
the spare tire to the equation (the most important tire on the
vehicle for conversion) and it will take approximately 30 minutes
for the entire service. On the other hand, the Premier N2 Filling
Station, requires a total time of only 10 minutes for this vehicle.
And that's for up to all 5 tires! You don't add on service cycles,
since all tires are filled at the same time and at the correct
individual pressure setting according to the O.E.M. specs.
By now you're
probably thinking you can't afford one of the Premier Nitrogen
Filling Stations. Be prepared for a pleasant surprise because you
won't spend $6,000, $7,000, $8,000 or more, as is the case with the
less sophisticated machines from our competitors.
We thought you might be
interested in reading an excerpt
If this scares you and it should
if you have a limited budget, you are a candidate for the Premier
Nitrogen Filling Station! Because there is no expensive
membrane to replace down the road, the consistent final cost
per tire with a Premier Filling Station is only .25¢ to .50¢, that's
less than $2 per vehicle! Not bad when you consider the average
retail ticket for four tires is $30 to $40. Yes, a 1000% to 2000%
mark-up with virtually no labor or parts... plus our exclusive
touch screen allows anyone on your staff to perform the simple
service with only 5 minutes of initial instruction.
Do the math and you will see how the GWR Nitrogen
Filling Station (tm) creates a 400% greater
profit margin with 1/4 the labor time. Our machines don't just put
"nitrogen in tires", they do all four (or 4 plus spare) at one
time, automatically! Generators, on the other hand have one hose
and take 30 to 45 minutes to do the same service. If they happen to
have added more hoses now to keep up with the Premier System (so
called "new and improved" models), they still take 30 minutes or
more on a multi pressure vehicle. In contrast, simply set
the various tire pressures on the Premier Nitrogen's Color
Touch Screen, push the start button and walk away. In about 10 to
12 minutes all four or five tires, will have been purged and filled
twice with virtually no labor on the technicians part. Most
important, there is no waiting time to "make more nitrogen" after
two or three are filled, like some generators systems. Can you or
your customer wait an additional 10 minutes to an hour, for the
generation and storage of more Nitrogen if a machine ran out during
a service? That's asking a lot!
* 2009 Update: One
of those big four founding members has gone out of the N2 generator
business because of all the headaches they were encountering with
membrane systems. Be glad that you did not by one of their units a
year or so ago as service and parts are now non existent.
Should we stop putting air in our tires?
Contact our technical department by calling
1(800) 266-4497 any time between 2pm and 8pm (EST)
that Premier Nitrogen carries a complete line of
high quality parts and tools for Nitrogen and TPMS service!
Tire Stem Caps (Green Styles in Plastic, Chrome and Aluminum)
Exterior Banners for promoting N2 Service
Polyurethane Coiled Air/Nitrogen Hoses
Professional Air/Nitrogen Chucks and Inline Filters
Complete line of TPMS Rebuild Kits for Tire Service Centers
TPMS Sensor Activation Tools
Click this link to find the
best deal on caps and more!
N2 Tools and Accessories
What is Nitrogen?
They main reasons are it improves
performance, increases tire mileage, offers better fuel economy and
extends the life of the tire's rubber and steel construction
Since air migrates through rubber, tires loose
about 80% of lost air through their sidewalls. Like a balloon that
shrivels up... but much slower. That is why regular inflation
pressure checks are a must, even if nothing is "wrong" you can still
loose air pressure at a rate of 1 to 2 lbs per month. As a note,
oxygen that passes through rubber sidewalls can come into contact
with steel cords causing them to rust. Between accelerating the
aging process of rubber and corroding steel cords, oxygen reduces
overall reliability of modern tires.
advantages - Improved tire life!
Experts in the tire industry indicate that oxidative aging is one of the primary causes of decreased tire life. Oxidative aging is caused by the diffusion of oxygen from the pressurized air cavity of the tire to the outside atmosphere. Tests have shown that if tires are inflated with nitrogen, there is a significant reduction in tire failure
Why did race cars, military and off-road vehicles switch to Nitrogen?
is about 1/5 Oxygen, and oxygen, especially at high pressures and
temperatures, is a very reactive element. When oxygen reacts with things,
the process is called oxidation. When oxidation is extremely rapid, it's
called "burning. That's one reason nitrogen is used in off-highway and
aircraft tires. These tires run so hot they can actually catch on fire.
Nitrogen doesn't support combustion, so nitrogen-filled tires don't add fuel
to the flames. And nitrogen helps prevent slower forms of oxidation also.
Nitrogen prevents other types of corrosion as well
Oxygen and moisture corrodes aluminum and steel
wheels. Oxygen also reacts with rubber, another type of "corrosion".
When this corrosion starts, the small particles break off and form rust and
dust, which can clog valve cores, causing them to leak. The rough surfaces
created from the corrosive action on the wheels leads to tire beads that
don't seal properly, causing additional leaks .
Oxygen also ages the inner liner, the thin layer of rubber inside the tire whose function is to keep air away from the carcass. As the inner liner ages, more and more air molecules can pass through it, causing more pressure losses. As it passes through the rubber, the oxygen can also corrode the steel cords, causing them to rust too.
Small bits of dust and debris as a byproduct of oxidative corrosion to the wheels and alloy rims can lodge in the valve core seat, causing air leaks.
Nitrogen also will not degrade the rubber seal in the
valve core which extends valve core life and helps prevents core leaks.
How does Nitrogen help?
both nitrogen and oxygen can permeate rubber, nitrogen does it much more
slowly. These pressure losses in a tire can average up to 2 psi a month as
a result of the air passing through the sidewalls. On the other hand it
might take 6 months to lose 2 psi with nitrogen. And nitrogen is far less
reactive. It doesn't cause rust or corrosion on steel or aluminum, and it
doesn't degrade rubber. Wheel surfaces stay smooth and clean, rubber remains
supple and resilient.
Any other reasons for using Nitrogen?
The air around us is full of water vapor, it called
air concentrates the water in it. Draining the water from your compressor
tank daily helps, but unless you have a really efficient air dryer system,
chances are that there's a lot of water in your compressed air.
Remember physics 101... When you compress air, it takes up much less volume, but the percentage of water by volume is greatly increased!
...and what harm does this moisture cause?
Water vapor in compressed air acts as a catalyst,
accelerating rust and corrosion. Water vapor also absorbs and holds heat.
And when it changes from liquid to vapor, water expands tremendously in
As a result, tires inflated with wet air tend to run hotter and fluctuate in pressure more. That's one of the reasons why racing tires, where fractions of a psi can radically change the handling characteristics, are inflated with dry nitrogen.
Did you know???
Interestingly, all gas molecules in the tire move and react based on their molecular size. Nitrogen being 4 times larger than Oxygen obviously leaks out much slower! The bottom line.... tire maintenance is reduced drastically along with actual tire wear.
Think you know when a
tire is under inflated?
When is your tire 10%, 20%, 30% low?
Check out this incredible
Above tire pressure video and technical information provided courtesy of...
GWR Technical Department
(Any time between 1pm and 8pm EST)
If you're still
not convinced Nitrogen is
Technical Synopsis on...
Proper Tire Inflation
Keep you tires and fuel usage at optimum!
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Air, your tires and other interesting facts!
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Frequently Ask Questions
FAQ's from consumers and shops
This is the real deal, the proof is in the testing.
Charts and Technical
Specifications on Generators
The Facts and Real Differences
The proof is in "their" specifications.
Tire Safety according to Uncle
Tire Safety Synopsis from the NHTSA
Everything rides on it....
They endorse Nitrogen for tires!
“Goodyear supports the use of nitrogen, based on the ability of the tire to retain pressure for a longer period of time.”
|“Nitrogen can provide stronger casings for more retread ability.”|
|“While both nitrogen & oxygen can permeate rubber, nitrogen does it much more slowly.”|
|"When nitrogen is used as the inflation media, the change in rubber properties is significantly slowed down or even halted."|
|Michelin supports the use of Nitrogen, based on its ability to better retain gas volume over a period of time.|
|"Tires inflated with Nitrogen will run cooler than those inflated with air. Nitrogen bleeds through the inner liner or tube at a slower rate than regular compressed air."|
|"Nitrogen reduces the risk of self ignition and tire burst, if tires are overheated. Due to its the reliability, we are very satisfied with this service."|
|"Even the most energy-saving tires lose efficiency if under-inflated. Nitrogen inflation systems help maintain tire pressure because nitrogen does not permeate through tires as readily as air does. Since the oxygen in air accelerates tire wear, a 100% nitrogen fill is kinder to tires, as well." EPA (Environmental Protection Agency - Federal Government)|
|“Nitrogen is slower to leak out through the casing than air and does not carry moisture that can lead to rust in steel cords and cables.”|
|Recently, nitrogen gas (for use in inflating tires) has become available to the general consumer through many retailers. General Motors does not oppose the use of purified nitrogen as an inflation gas for tires. Nitrogen inflation can provide benefit by reducing gas migration (pressure loss) at the molecular level through the tire structure. NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) has stated that the inflation pressure loss of tires can be up to 5% a month. Another potential benefit of nitrogen is the reduced oxidation of tire components.|