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PCL raises the bar with the new AIRFORCE MK4 Tyre Inflator

Published 26 April 2016 in
PCL raises the bar with the new AIRFORCE MK4 Tyre Inflator

PCL has used its 75 years’ experience designing and manufacturing tyre inflation equipment to build on the industry renowned, world-leading MK3 Tyre Inflator to create a new and improved gauge – the AIRFORCE® MK4.

The already highly regarded, predecessor to the AIRFORCE® MK4 – the classic MK3 Tyre Inflator had become industry standard in many garages, petrol forecourts and tyre depots across the globe.

PCL decided 2016 was the right time to enhance the mechanical features that have stood the test of time to make the new gauge faster, more accurate and reliable than its predecessor.

The new AIRFORCE® MK4 Tyre Inflator is as robust as ever and highly accurate, offering leading inflation and deflation rates and high performance for both indoor and outdoor applications.

Meanwhile the redesigned piston and seal arrangement means increased accuracy life, while the pressure viewing window has been enlarged to give a 20% larger field of view – making the new gauge even more user friendly.

With a new, modern slim line body design the gauge is now lighter yet more ergonomic to give increased comfort in use.

PCL are proud to display the “Made in Sheffield” mark on the AIRFORCE® MK4 Tyre Inflator, continuing to manufacture the product at its headquarters in the UK.

The new gauge is still available with the same wide choice of tyre valve connectors and hose lengths to suit all tyre inflation applications from passenger cars to earth-mover tyres in a wide range of demanding environments.

2 comment on “PCL raises the bar with the new AIRFORCE MK4 Tyre Inflator”

  1. Peter Neale says:

    Hi, I have a Jamec-Pem tyre inflator and it seems a litlle’sticky’ lately. There is a small screw marked ‘oil’. What oil should I use, and is there any other attention I should lavish on this tool?
    Cheers
    Pete

    1. Thanks Peter,

      We would recommend that you use 2 or 3 drops of light air tool oil to lubricate the mechanism of your tyre inflator every month at the same time you should also check for smooth lever operation and check for leaks from tyre connector seals, and for chafing or wear of the flexible hoses.

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