|Reader Unit||Dial Gauge|
|Chuck Type||Clip on|
|Max. Inflation||100psi / 700 kPa / 7 Bar|
|Scale||psi / kPa / Bar|
|Inlet Size||1/4" NPT / BSP female|
|Trigger||Plated steel with PVC grip|
|Dimension(mm)||274 x 104 x 38|
|Operation||inflate, deflate, measure|
|Max. Airline Pressure||200 psi / 1300 kPa / 13 Bar / 14 kgf|
|Deflation Valve||Combi trigger|
|Powered by||2 x AAA (included)|
86mm(3-3/8“) pressure gauge (0-7 Bar/100psi) with shock resistant rubber boot which protect the gauge from corrosion, shock and impacts.
Swivel gauges for any angel reading, and could be flat for storage.
Extra large pistol in reinforced molded Nylon and steel trigger with PVC cover, provides convenient operating.
Hanging loop for easy storage and access anywhere of your shop.
• Check tire pressures regularly. Once a week is best, but no less than once a month and always before any long road trip.
• Use a quality pressure gauge. Dial and digital gauges are more accurate and cost $10 to $20.
• Follow the vehicle manufacturer’s recommended inflation pressures and not the pressure molded into the tire sidewall.
• Check the pressures before driving when tires have been at rest and are not hot.
• An increased pressure reading (typically 2 to 6 psi higher) is normal when tires are hot.
• If recommended by the vehicle manufacturer, increase tire pressures for towing, carrying heavy loads, or extended highway travel.