A convenience product can help keep you driving
Holts Tyreweld Emergency Puncture Repair requires no tools and has a unique twist button, automatic transfer system.
By simply attaching the end of the tube to the tyre valve and twisting the red button, the driver can move away from the roadside, whilst the Holts Tyreweld goes to work, dispersing into the tyre in seconds and working instantly by coating the inside of the tyre to seal the puncture.
The gas inside the can inflates the tyre, making it possible to drive on immediately.
The temporary repair system is sufficient in getting the vehicle to the tyre shop for a full repair; withstanding a maximum speed of 80kph.
Holts Tyreweld is a water-based rubber solution that can repair punctures up to 5mm in diameter, which accounts for approximately 95 percent of punctures.
It is not toxic; easily washed or wiped away and is non-damaging to rims and tyres; and can easily be disposed of by tyre repair shops, as it is not hazardous or flammable.
Holts Tyreweld can be safely stored inside the vehicle in both hot and cold weather, as the Tyreweld cans are made from one piece of aluminium, and can withstand temperatures of up to 97°C. When cold weather is at play, Tyreweld will work in temperatures as low as -10°C.
Holts says it is compatible with all Tyre Pressure Monitoring Systems and will not cause damage. It covers tyre sizes for small cars, 2WD and 4WD vehicles, with three different sized cans.
For further information, contact Filpro Automotive Australia on 08 8193 9675 or firstname.lastname@example.org