Installing Flat Seal from 5 Gallon Pails
Installing Flat Seal from 5 Gallon pails is quick and easy. It takes just minutes to permanently treat the tires on a vehicle. In most cases, there is no need to completely deflate the tire, because the injection pump will pump against normal automotive tire pressure.
Step by step
1- Prime pump before installing in vehicle to insure an exact amount is installed in the tire. Make sure nozzle is attached to container so liquid returns to the container.
2- Set adapter (A) on proper amount to be installed in tires, based on chart.
3- Remove valve core from tire and allow tire to deflate.
4- Attach Quick Disconnect Valve to tire valve, pull pump handle up all the way (make sure adapter is on correct amount for tire) then press pump handle down.
5- Remove Quick Disconnect Valve from tire, replace the valve core and inflate to proper tire pressure based on recommended manufacturer’s requirements.
Flat Seal Bottle Installation
Installing Flat Seal from the retail kit is quick and easy. It takes just minutes to permanently treat the tires on a vehicle.It's an easy "do it yourself" job. All you need is your Flat Seal retail kit and a source of air. The valve core remover is included in the kit.
Step by step
1- Snip 1/4 inch off tip spout.
2- Position valve core at 7 o'clock, remove valve core, and deflate tire.
3- Attach the plastic hose over the spout. Attach the other end of the hose to the valve stem.
4- Squeeze the bottle until the appropriate amount of Flat Seal has been installed in each tire.
5- Replace valve core and inflate the tire to the recommended pressure.
How many ounces of Flat Seal needed for each size specific tire? Enter the following data in the appropriate fields to get the number of ounces of Flat Seal tire necessary for:
For tires that exceed 72 km/h — Pulgadas (Inch)
For tires that do not exceed 72 km/h — Pulgadas (Inch)
For tires that exceed 72 km/h — Centimeters
For tires that do not exceed 72 km/h — Centimeters