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Answer:  Yes, PFZ Tyre Sealant can be applied to any Pneumatic tyre.
Answer:  Regarding performance, not adversely. PFZ Tyre Sealant does not affect tyre structures or rubber. Regarding the life of the tyre, there is a possibility that the tyre life will be extended, tests are underway to prove this.
Answer:  No. There are corrosion inhibitors and anti-rusting in the PFZ Tyre Sealant formulation. If any residue of PFZ Tyre Sealant is touching the inner rim, it can be washed off when a tyre is changed, if the owner so desires.
Answer:  The PFZ Tyre Sealant product has been tested at various speeds in a variety of On Road vehicles. On occasions, controlled tests have averaged between 100 m.p.h. and 120 m.p.h. (160 k.p.h. to 192 k.p.h). The product in Motorcycles was tested up to 185 m.p.h. (300 k.p.h).
Answer:  No. The product is designed to remain liquid inside the tyre. The product will seal a hole under pressure and then dry instantly, but it will not react with the air inside the tyre.
Answer:   The product is no more harmful than in the use of every day vehicle anti- freeze.
Answer:   From –5 degrees C. to above + 80 degrees C. PFZ Tyre Sealant has been tested on fast moving truck tyres. Punctures suffered early during this test (within a few thousand kilometres), remained sealed throughout the test. The holes remained blocked with the PFZ permanent seal. After 110,000 kilometres, the product remained effective sealing further punctures. At this stage, the PFZ Tyre Sealant remained in position as designed, coating and protecting the inner tread area of the tyres. During this test, it is probable that the Truck tyres exceeded temperatures above 45 Centigrade.
Answer:   PFZ Tyre Sealant will not cause wheel imbalance if the product is dosed correctly. ANY temptation to apply more than the recommended dose must be strictly resisted. When applying the On Road PFZ product to a Motorcycle or car the instructions must be strictly adhered to and the recommended quantity only must be inserted. Having applied the liquid, these vehicles must be driven carefully and slowly for at least 30 kilometres (approx 20 miles). During this period, the PFZ Tyre Sealant will line the inner tread area of the tyre. Once this inner coat has been formed, there will be no wheel imbalance. Any minor quantity acting as a reservoir is not sufficient to swirl around a tyre, causing a wheel vibration.
Answer:   Miles: 20 to 25. Kilometres: 30 to 40. See Question 6. In some cases, if wheel vibration is experienced at certain speeds, then the vehicle must be driven carefully until such vibration disappears.
Answer:   PFZ Tyre Sealant is designed to seal many holes. A small amount of PFZ Tyre Sealant is used to seal a single hole.
Answer:   Up to any Truck tyre in use. In other words, PFZ Tyre sealant will function correctly from a low tyre pressure even up to 130 P.s.i. (9.0 bar).
Answer:   Not at all. PFZ Tyre sealant is designed to last the legal life of a tyre.
Answer:   In tests, PFZ Tyre sealant has sealed holes caused by puncturing objects with a diameter of 8mm on tubeless tyres and 3mm on tube tyres. In fact, it has sealed larger. However, 99% of all natural puncture cases fall within 4mm on motorcycles and 8 mm on cars.
Answer:   The product can be removed from the inside of the tyre by washing it out. The best method is by using a hose. PFZ Tyre Sealant does not damage the tyre. Once washed out, the tyre can be dried and a vulcanised repair applied if considered necessary.
Answer:   Un-ballasted pneumatic tyres are tyres without water. Some rear Tractor tyres are ballasted. On occasions, Farmers put water inside the rear Tractor tyre to weigh down the vehicle. In some countries, farmers weigh down a tyre with weights. Ballasting with PFZ would be preferable to water, because at least the puncture problem would be eliminated.
Answer:   If liquid splashes onto the clothes, it can be wiped off. OR it can be allowed to dry and then brushed off. Whichever alternative is chosen it is likely that some tyre sealant liquid residue will remain on the clothes. Therefore, importantly, contact with clothing should be avoided. PFZ Tyre Sealant should be handled with care and applied with care. Take precautions and ensure that PFZ Tyre Sealant does not spill onto clothing.
Answer:   The subject of “static puncture” should be avoided. PFZ Tyre Sealant is designed to PREVENT the deflated tyre because it is applied to the tyre BEFORE a puncture happens.
a. The “ Static puncture” situation is an “After the event” occurrence. PFZ Tyre Sealant can be applied into a deflated tyre at rest. Then the tyre can be inflated, and driven on. The PFZ product may seal an existing hole in such circumstances especially if the hole does not exceed 8mm in diameter. There are matters that need to be considered in such circumstances:-

i. will the driver have examined the tyre properly? Is the hole near the side-wall? - and - will the driver know? Has secondary damage or structural damage occurred?

BY USING PFZ Tyre Sealant, THE PUNCTURE / FLAT TYRE WILL BE AVOIDED IN THE FIRST PLACE. THERE WILL BE NO FLAT TYRE AND THEREFORE NO STRUCTURAL DAMAGE. (Thus, it combats the vast majority of Puncture situations; therefore PFZ should not be claiming to repair a “Static puncture”).

PFZ Tyre Sealant will not be diverted from its main market focus, nor from the benefits and advantages given to the consumer, nor undermine its real design and efficacious advantages.

PFZ Tyre Sealant should not be used to combat “Static Punctures” as defined above
Answer:   When applying the PFZ product, some residue may remain inside the valve stem. This should be cleared by using an air-line as per the instructions. PFZ Tyre sealant coats the inside of the tyre. It will not travel back up the valve stem; after all there is no air being forced via the valve stem through to the outside environment.
Answer:   When a tyre is deflated for any reason (by an individual), it is virtually guaranteed that the vehicle is standing still. When the tyre is motionless the PFZ Tyre sealant remains coating the inside tread area of the tyre. It does not travel towards the valve stem.
Answer:   There is a risk in any circumstance. Examine and consider the risks without using PFZ Tyre sealant. In normal circumstances:

Although tyre pressures and the tyres themselves should be examined daily, it is very doubtful whether the average motorist does so. Most drivers cannot be bothered. Nor do most motorists consider too deeply that the only material between themselves / their vehicle and the road surface are the tyres. Yet many motorists drive at speed. So, the first major risk is the behaviour of the driver, and the second risk is the state of the tyres, and the third risk is the adequacy of the tyre pressures.
Under normal circumstances, there is a fourth risk. The fourth is the risk of suffering a puncture and losing control of the vehicle. If a puncture is suffered, but the vehicle is controlled, there is the additional (fifth) risk of driving upon a tyre in a run flat situation, thus causing further damage (structural) to the punctured tyre.

With the Use Of PFZ Tyre Sealant:
Using PFZ Tyre sealant is unlikely to change the behaviour of the driver. By using PFZTyre Sealant, the driver will receive some educational reminders from the instructions of, that they should examine their tyres daily. This will not guarantee a change in behaviour, but PFZ instructions could prove to be a useful reminder in respect of safety on the road.

By using PFZ Tyre Sealant, the fourth risk and the fifth risk are avoided and averted. Once the PFZ Tyre sealant has been made, it will remain sealed. Thus, the user has avoided the possibility of losing control of a vehicle at speed, and running on a punctured tyre, causing “run flat” damage. Of course whether PFZ Tyre sealant is used or not, the driver STILL has the responsibility (to himself) to examine the tyres and the tyre pressures. All DRIVERS need to take a balanced view. They need to consider PFZ Tyre Sealant: The security and protection given; Stopping a puncture whilst driving perhaps at speed; Avoiding run flat damage (that often causes structural damage); Minimal puncture risk; Not being stranded alone at the roadside; Probable extended tyre life; These BENEFITS need to be weighed against NORMAL driving risks without the use of PFZ Tyre sealant.
Answer:   Tyre structures can be weakened by side-wall damage and Run flat damage; PFZ Tyre seal will not seal side-wall holes. For run flat damage (refer to previous question).
Answer:   According to UK Forensic studies, a nail can penetrate a tyre and remain there for between 60 and 180 miles. (96 to 290 kilometres). Furthermore, a nail is likely to eject itself after this period.

If PFZ Tyre Sealant is inside the tyre, and a nail is seen in the tread area, the driver can pull out the nail and drive immediately. This will affect in a PFZ Tyre seal. If the nail ejects itself, the PFZ Tyre sealant will cause an instant seal as normal.
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