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Under-inflated tyres wear faster than correctly inflated tyres. For example, tyres which are 30% under-inflated will wear up to 45% faster.
Under-inflated tyres contribute to accidents by reducing vehicle handling, increasing braking distance and increasing the likelihood of blowouts.
Save money on your fuel bill by correctly inflating and monitoring your tyres. A 9% drop in tyre pressure increases fuel consumption by around 5%.
An electronic system designed to monitor the air pressure inside the pneumatic tyres on various types of vehicles and alert you when the pressure falls low. TPMS report real-time tyre-pressure information to the driver of the vehicle, either via a gauge, a pictogram display, or a simple low-pressure warning light.
TPMS can be divided into two different types – direct (dTPMS) and indirect (iTPMS). TPMS are provided both at an OEM (factory) level as well as an aftermarket solution.
Direct TPMS – an aftermarket solution which uses battery-powered tyre pressure sensors mounted in each wheel to measure the actual air pressure inside each tyre, providing real-time data to the driver.
Indirect TPMS – standard equipment in many modern vehicles, indirect TMPS utilise the wheel sensors that are already fitted as part of a vehicle’s ABS system. These work on principal that a deflated tyre will have a different circumference, and therefore different wheel speed than a fully inflated tyre. They cannot inform you of exactly how much pressure in each of your tyres, however they will provide a warning light if there is a discrepancy in tyre pressures.
The ability to monitor your tyre pressures while driving has many benefits:
Safe-T-Tyre’s Tyre Pressure Monitoring System is the best way to extend the life of your tyres, increase fuel efficiency and increase your safety in the road. Simple to setup and use, this product is suitable for and used by cars, 4WD’s, motorhomes & caravans, trailers and more all across Australia.
Available in packages of either four, six or eight sensors as standard, and this can be increased up to a maximum of 22 sensors for larger vehicles, trucks and buses.
✓ 1 x Display Monitor + Rechargable Lithium Battery
✓ Up to 22 Tyre Pressure Sensors
✓ 2 x Protective Pouches
✓ Suction Mount
✓ Auxiliary Charger + Hardware Cables
✓ Owner’s Manual
✓ Spare Sensor Batteries
User friendly, cost-effective and loaded with features, when you purchase a TPMS from Safe-T-Tyre can you be sure you are getting the best TPMS money can buy. With impressive digital monitoring features and pre-programmed monitors and sensors for easy installation, the team at Safe-T-Tyre have included all the extras such as:
Our sales and support representatives are ready to take your enquiry regarding the Safe-T-Tyre wireless Tyre Pressure Monitors and Sensors anywhere in Australia. If you choose to submit an email enquiry, we will respond to your enquiry within 24 hours.