|Reader Unit||Dial Gauge|
|Chuck Type||Dual Head Air Chuck|
|Max. Inflation||220 PSI / 15 Bar / 1,500 kpa|
|Scale||PSI, Bar, kpa|
|Inlet Size||1/4" NPT / BSP female|
|Housing||Zinc Alloy Die Casting|
|Max. Airline Pressure||230 PSI|
|Deflation Valve||Individual Valve|
Built-in air bleeder valve to bleed off pressure
Solid brass valve mechanism and fittings will provide years of reliable service
Ergonomic design lever trigger for friendly grip.
1/4” NPT inlet, BSP thread also available
Protective case over dial gauge for impact protection, withstands the tough home garage or commercial shop use.
How Often Should I Check My Tire Pressure?
Nowadays with TPMS in most vehicles, there’s a good chance you will hardly check your tire pressure unless the light illuminates. Or maybe you go with the “eye test,” where you just look and gauge whether your tire is flat or not. It’s always a good idea to do a quick visual check before driving your vehicle, especially if you’re taking a long trip. But if you want to make sure your car is running optimally and you’re not sacrificing fuel economy, routinely checking your tire pressure is a good idea.
Checking your tires once a month is recommended, and if you keep a tire gauge in your car, it’s not a bad idea to just do a quick check while you’re filling up gas. It’s a relatively painless process and could go a long way in making sure your tires last as long as they should.