Wheel Alignment

Wheel alignment, sometimes referred to as breaking or tracking, is part of standard automobile maintenance that consists of adjusting the angles of the wheels so that they are set to the car maker’s specification. The purpose of these adjustments is to reduce tire wear, and to ensure that vehicle travel is straight and true (without “pulling” to one side). Alignment angles can also be altered beyond the maker’s specifications to obtain a specific handling characteristic. Motorsport and off-road applications may call for angles to be adjusted well beyond “normal” for a variety of reasons.alignment

ATC Tyres uses Visualiner 3D1 X-CEL.

The V3D1 X-CEL Wheel Alignment System is one of the most advanced alignment systems on the market today. Patented imaging technology provides accurate and real-time measurements that improves productivity. User friendly features such as EZ-TOE, VODI and an extensive vehicle specification database delivers customer satisfaction.

Wheel Balance

When the wheel rotates, asymmetries of mass may cause it to hop or wobble, which can cause ride disturbances, usually vertical and lateralbalance2 vibrations. It can also result in a wobbling of the steering wheel or of the entire vehicle. The ride disturbance, due to unbalance, usually increases with speed. Vehicle suspensions can become excited by unbalance forces when the speed of the wheel reaches a point that its rotating frequency equals the suspension’s resonant frequency.

B9755-2 – Car Wheel Balancer:

This high-end wheel balancer has a 19″ TFT wide-screen monitor with operator guidance through pictorials and text in more than 20 languages. Help routines facilitate operation and give additional safety – at every single stage. Top priority has been given to simple and easy operation!

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T6000 plus – Pneumatic Tilt Back Post Tyre Changer for Tyres of 12″-26″ Diameters1

Product Description:The pneumatic tilt back post racing type tyre changer is the top of the line John Bean tyre changer that can handle wheels up to 26″ diameter (optional up to 30″).

Nitrogen Filling

Tyres are not completely impermeable to air, and so lose pressure over time naturally. Some drivers inflate tires with nitrogen, instead of simple air, which is already 78% nitrogen, in an attempt to keep the tires at the proper inflation pressure longer, though the effectiveness of this is debatable

Some Advantage of Nitrogen:

Nitrogen migrates through the tyre walls 3 to 4 times slower than normal airnitrogen
Maintaining the right tyre pressure reduces the rolling resistance of the tyre and improves fuel economy
Tread wear is reduced and tread life is increased in nitrogen filled tyres
Nitrogen is 100% dry and a clean inert gas which prevents damage to the inner linings and rims due to oxidation
Nitrogen does not get over heated at high speed run on the highway
ATC Tyres has NOVA 480DH what is a new machine with high performance in filling Nitrogen.