Continuous tyre-pressure monitoring drives down overall operating costs. Lower fuel consumption. Reduced risk of tyre-related breakdowns. Extended tyre life.
Underinflated tyres can often lead to high operating costs. Due to the demands placed on drivers today, monitoring tyre pressures does not always happen as frequently as it should. The new Pressure Check system continuously measures the pressure and temperature of all tyres on your vehicle – even when you are driving. This helps to save fuel and increase mileage. It also significantly reduces the risk of tyre failure, whilst maintaining the value of the casing, and thus the retreadability.
Pressure Check uses sensors fitted inside each tyre to provide drivers with real-time information on tyre status. Any irregularity noticed by the driver or fleet manager can be checked and corrected immediately. The system covers almost all combinations of fitment, from single axle trailer to six axle vehicle configurations with a maximum of 24 tyres. It is suitable for tractors, trailers, tractor/trailer combinations, as well as buses and coaches.
Thanks to the Pressure Check system, you can now actively reduce operating costs by up to EUR 1,500 per vehicle a year* while improving driver and vehicle safety
* savings based on 4 x 2 tractor with three-axle semi-trailer driving 140,000 km per year (assumed price of diesel: 1 € / l), including estimated costs (approx. EUR 700) for one tyre-related breakdown.
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