Tyre pressure is a major factor in both safety and fuel consumption.
A TyrePal system ensures that tyre pressures are consistently monitored.
Alerts are given for pressure loss due to a puncture or leaking valve, and also for low pressure or high pressure.
An overheating tyre also gives an alert – whether caused by an overstressed tyre wall or by mechanical problems such as binding brakes or bearings.
Play our video to learn how Callinan Coaches benefited from continuous tyre pressure monitoring
Installed in minutes – alerts in seconds
Systems can be installed in minutes without removing the tyres. Set the target pressures on the monitor and register the sensors.
Tyre temperature and pressure is checked every six seconds and an immediate alert is issued if there’s a problem. This is plenty of time to deal with a puncture or an overheating tyre before it becomes a fire or a blowout.
TyrePal saves time on walk-around checks and helps operators comply with safety obligations.
Recommended systems – large and small
The ideal system for medium and large buses is the TyrePal Heavy Duty TC215 system. This is available as a six-wheel starter set with in-cab monitoring from just £265.
For minibuses and other vehicles with smaller wheels, the TB99 (for four-wheels) or TC215B (for more than four wheels) are more appropriate as these models have smaller sensors, prices start from £135 for a set of 4 sensors and the monitor.
Free white paper:Tyre Pressure Monitoring for Commercial Vehicles
This review of the commercial implications and available technologies by TyrePal includes background information on tyre inflation, the environment and economy, and outlines the legal requirements. Recommended for policy-makers and fleet managers. Get your copy here