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Ride-On Tire Sealant Has Industrial Vehicles Covered

With Heavy Duty Off-Road and Tire Conditioner & Sealant, Ride-On reduces labor and mechanical costs.

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LOS ANGELES, Jan. 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Ride-On is perhaps best known for its innovative Tire Protection System and LED Smart Caps. Ride-On's tire sealant prevents punctures and balances and aligns tires in automobiles, motorcycles, ATVs, UTVs, and commercial vehicles, extending their gas mileage and the life of their tires. The LED Smart Caps are a Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) that alerts a driver to fuel-economy wrecking air pressure leaks in tires with recommended pressure ranges from 10 to 70 psi, or 30 to 170 psi in the Heavy Duty version. Now, the company famous for its Tire Protection Systems and TPMS is bringing new focus to its specialized formulas. Waste haulers, military grade off-road vehicles, construction, mining, farm, and agricultural equipment, and low-speed industrial machines are just a few of the many applications possible with Ride-On's amazing tire sealant gel.

Ride-On's Heavy Duty Off-Road (HDOTR) Formula brings the company's thorough tire protection system to off-road vehicles, specifically for those used by the military and construction companies and for use in landfills and quarries. The sealant protects any vehicle that travels less than 30 mph from punctures up to 1/2" in diameter and helps tires run cooler, preventing a tire from melding with a rim due to high temperatures. This extends the life of these tires, lowers labor costs due to fixing an over-heated tire, prevents flats, and slows leaks in scrappers, graders, skid steers, farm tractors, mining and logging vehicles, and more. Ride-On stands by the product's tagline: Extreme protection when downtime is not an option.

The Tire Conditioner & Sealant (TC&S) Formula works similarly on industrial and agricultural vehicles with speeds less than 30 mph. This is perfect for landscaping, agricultural, forklift, and other industrial tires, sealing punctures up to 1/4" in diameter. It reduces air loss due to tire porosity, reduces scale and corrosion build up, and conditions casings. Plus, unlike other sealants on the market, Ride-On's TC&S (as well as all of its Tire Protection Systems) won't separate at high temperatures or freeze at low ones. This formula is for less severe applications than the HDOTR, though it still reliably prevents tire damage that is bound to spring up during the job. Ride-On's motto for the TC&S speaks to its persistence: Stop flat tires before they stop you!

Ride-On has a TPS formula that's appropriate for every tire application. In some cases, Ride-On's Commercial High Speed (CHS) might be the best for your equipment, especially when speeds go above 30 mph. Feel free to call Ride-On at call 888-347-3366 with any questions about which formula is most appropriate for the task at hand. All of these formulas are easily installed; simply add the appropriate dosage based off of the tire's size. Charts are included with the product and can also be found in their most up to date versions online at www.ride-on.com. For the most precise dosage requirement, be sure to check out Ride-On's online dosage calculator.

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