No. It is virtually impossible for Tyreseal to hide or mask a dangerous puncture. Worldwide usage and countless in-house tests which have been performed have shown that Tyreseal will not seal a tyre that has received a puncture that would weaken the tyre's inner structure to a point that could be dangerous.

Tyreseal does not have any of the failings that previous and many present products have. Apart from drying and balling up in the tyre, the biggest failings of traditional tyre sealants in a high-speed tyre was the inability to seal small holes but the ability to seal a large dangerous hole or cut, because they contained large chunks of chopped up rubber. Whereas Tyreseal contains only tiny strands of coarse surface synthetic fibres that are stronger than steel when they interlock tightly together, but will only positively seal small holes caused by puncturing objects up to 6mm in diameter, but only in a hole that is in the tread area of the tyre, and that is shrinking in size because there is no cord damage (rubber recovery), which is 95% of today's high-speed punctures. Anything bigger or in the sidewall, with or without cord damage, and the Tyreseal fibres just slowly bleed through the hole, giving a controlled deflation, and usually with a halt or abrupt slowdown in air pressure loss at the lower pressures of 10 to 15 psi (depending on cord damage) which prevents damaged rims and helps the driver maintain control and possibly enabling continuation of the journey to remove the vehicle from a possibly dangerous location.

If a tyre receives a dangerous puncture, Tyreseal allows air to bleed, providing additional time for the driver to bring the vehicle to a controlled stop. This safety factor can reduce potential blowouts from becoming a dangerous situation. Many security fleets utilise Tyreseal for its ability to provide a high degree of safety and reliability rather than Tyreseal's cost savings and tyre life extension qualities.

Generally YES! Tyreseal has been utilised in virtually every conceivable pneumatic tyre, accumulating millions of miles, in major fleets around the world, without any premature failure or adverse effects to the tyres or rims. Special situations with low profile high-performance tyres may require assistance and support from the Tyreseal's Technical Department prior to installation.

No. Tyreseal's advanced proprietary seal and curing attributes have proven that the specialised rust inhibiting system protects steel belts against rust and corrosion. The unique ability to cure within a puncture also protects the steel belts from outside contaminants. This proprietary attribute is available only with Tyreseal.

Yes. Tyreseal is compatible with all retreading methods. Tyreseal will retard aging in tyres. Tyreseal treated tyres exhibit greater rubber resilience when compared to untreated control tyres. Therefore, Tyreseal increases the casings ability to achieve additional retreading. This increased retreadability provides a lower cost per mile. Your professional retread company certifies casing soundness and retreadability.

Yes, Tyreseal is compatible with motorcycle tires and can provide puncture protection and extended tire life.

No, Tyreseal does not cause any imbalance issues. When properly balanced before installation, it does not impact the tire's balance.

Yes, Tyreseal is effective for sealing punctures in both tubeless and tube-type tires, as long as there is rubber recovery and the puncture is not dangerous.

Yes, Tyreseal has been successfully used in various types of vehicles, including high-performance and sports cars. It is suitable for most pneumatic tires.

Yes, Tyreseal is environmentally friendly and does not contain any harmful chemicals. It is water-soluble and can be easily removed if needed.

Tyreseal does not require any special maintenance. However, regular visual inspections and tire examinations are recommended, along with scheduled air pressure checks.