The Market Leader in Polyurethane Tire Filling Solutions
Vehicles running on traditional pneumatic tires have a significantly greater chance of experiencing a flat tire. A flat tire can wreak havoc on already tight schedules, negatively impact budgets by increasing equipment and labor downtime, and can cause serious damage to equipment. Additionally, pneumatic tires are prone to blowouts. TyrFil is the solution that eliminates flat tires and ALL of its related problems.
Commonly referred to as foam fill, TyrFil reduces the need for tire replacement—guaranteeing that tires will remain “flat-free.” TyrFil is a polyurethane liquid that is pumped into pneumatic tires to replace air with a resilient, synthetic rubber core. The polyurethane liquid then cures into a solid elastomer. Once cured, it protects the tire from punctures and significantly reduces costs of tire repair and replacement. It eliminates dangerous and costly tire flats in commercial and industrial heavy equipment vehicles. Even in the most hazardous environments, tires filled with TyrFil can never go flat. Additionally, by using Accella Tire Fill Systems protocols, polyurethane tire fill can be recycled and reclaimed, and aging tire carcasses can be retreaded to extend their useful lives.
TyrFil offers an ergonomic answer to the heavy equipment industry.
As a result of excellent g-force shock absorption, TyrFil creates a much smoother, cooler, and softer ride than solid aperture tires.
This lower g-force transmission defrays vehicle repair costs by ensuring less vehicle damage due to prematurely worn out components.
Helps to drastically ease environmental strain by helping to keep whole tire and scrap tire waste – and the unwanted emissions and carbon footprint they create – out of domestic and international landfills.
The fact that polyurethane filled pneumatic tires have a greater variety of tread patterns, tire constructions, and compounds available allows for greater flexibility in various applications.
Polyurethane tire fill comes in a variety of durometers, so the type of fill can closely fit the application – from a softer fill for comfort and deflection, to a harder fill for slow moving equipment with high pressure requirements.