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Tyresure constantly monitors tyre pressure and temperature, alerting the driver when tyre pressure or temperatures are abnormal ensuring a vehicle is running fuel efficient and safely.

Summary:

  • It is totally wireless and is CE Certified.
  • A sensor is fitted inside each wheel
  • A receiver display is fitted into the driver cockpit
  • System operates 24hr,365 days - 7 year battery life….
  • No need to check tyre pressures manually.
  • System alerts driver within 3 seconds of abnormal pressure or temperature.
  • It saves fuel, It saves tyre wear, It saves lives.

Benefits:

  • Better fuel consumption, saving MONEY
  • Normal tyre wear, saving MONEY
  • No low pressure tyre failure, saving LIVES
  • No need to check tyre pressure, saving TIME
  • Energy efficient GREEN product, saving the ENVIROMENT 

Features:

  • The Tyresure System has a bright clear colour display.
  • The display turns from Green to Red when an alert is received.
  • The valve and sensor are separate
  • The "Ball" valve/sensor allows the sensor to be fitted close to the wheel rim, reducing damage from the tyre when fitted.

Sample of Teams and Championships currently using Tyresure:

  • Le Mans 24 hr Honda Team
  • Formula Renault
  • Formula China
  • C1 Supercup (Ferrari)
  • GT N1 series (Nissan Honda)
  • F3 Japan (Alfa Romeo)
  • A1 (Testing in England)
  • Time Attack

How important is your tyre pressure? 

Tyre Pressure Monitoring System Legislation

  • In the USA from 2008 ALL new vehicles registered must have T.P.M.S.
  • From 2012 ALL new vehicles in Europe must have T.P.M.S.

National Highways Traffic Safety Administration Tyre Pressure Survey 2001

  • Tyre Pressure Survey, undertaken at 366 locations across the USA
  • Tested 6442 Cars
  • Tested 1874 SUV’s
  • Tested 1376 Vans
  • Tested 1838 Light Trucks
  • A Total of 11,530 vehicles tested.

They concluded that up to 57 million vehicles on the roads in the USA had one tyre at least 25% below normal pressure
Some interesting data from Continental Tyres

  • A 6 PSI drop in pressure = 10% increase in fuel consumption and 30% + increase in tyre wear.
  • This tyre pressure reduction is virtually impossible to identify by sight alone. Especially on low profile tyres.

In Perspective

  • DVLA data =  27 million registered cars in 2006
  • DVLA data = 6 million other vehicles – lorries buses vans etc registered
  • Assume 10% of cars have low tyre pressure ie – 6 psi from normal
  • Assume each car does 10,000 miles
  • Assume each car does 35 MPG

The Cost - Fuel

  • 10,000 miles @ 35 MPG = 285 Gallons of fuel
  • 10% of this fuel = 28.5 gallons or 129.39 Litres
  • Multiply this by 10% of 27,000,000 = 270,000 cars using 129 extra litres of fuel.
  • This equates to 34,830,000 Litres of fuel  saved if the tyres pressures were correct
  • @ 1.15 / Litre = £40,054,500

The Cost - Tyres

  • 10,000 miles @ 35 MPG = 285 Gallons of fuel
  • 10% of this fuel = 28.5 gallons or 129.39 Litres
  • Multiply this by 10% of 27,000,000 = 270,000 cars using 129 extra litres of fuel.
  • This equates to 34,830,000 Litres of fuel  saved if the tyres pressures were correct
  • @ 1.15 / Litre = £40,054,500

The Cost Kwik-Fit

  • The 2008 annual tyre pressure study undertaken by Kwik-Fit concluded that 46% of UK cars (12.46m cars) have at least 1 tyre under inflated.
  • These cars are using £1.4 Billion in extra Fuel.
  • This equates to 2.2million extra tons of Carbon…….

The Human Cost

  • USA National Highways Traffic Safety Administration ( NHTSA ) Data states that 414 lives & 8231 injuries each year are attributable to tyre failure.
  • Data from the UK Department of Transport2 also highlights tyre wear as a possible cause of 2,600 serious injuries or fatalities every year as a result of blowouts or tyre deflation. This represents around seven percent of all road traffic accidents per year.

*2 Source: Road Casualties Great Britain: 2003 (Annual Report)



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