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NitroFill Tire Inflation

Nitrogen Tires

You will never regret having your tires inflated with NitroFill. NitroFill tires increase safety improve performance, and saves you time and money. In a 7 million mile truck test, nitrogen inflated tires lasted longer than compressed air tires. Tire failure was also reduced by 50%, and tread life increased by 25-30%. NitroFill also scored higher in the area of steering, handling, and braking. So why wouldn’t you get your tires filled with nitrogen?

NitroFill Benefits to Austin Drivers:

 

  • Tire failure reduced by 50%
  • Tread life increased by 25-30%
  • Improves steering, handling, braking, and fuel economy
  • Helps maintain tire pressure
  • Saves time and money

For more info, please visit https://www.nitrofillus.com/

Nitrogen vs. Compressed Air

Compressed air often allows for leaks to happen through your tire bodies. This results in low tire pressure and even more flats. NirtroFill (Nitrogen) is inertly a dries gas than oxygen. This allows nitrogen to help prevent rust, rot, and corrosion, all factors that lead to leaks in your tire.

Nitrogen

Nitrogen is a dry gas used to inflate tires. 95% purity is what we strive for when filling your tires with nitrogen. Nitrogen is less prone to expansion, meaning, your tire pressure will stay consistent no matter the temperature, weather, or air pressure.

Compressed Air

Tires inflated with compressed air typically contain 78% Nitrogen, 21% Oxygen, and 1% miscellaneous gases. This combination is more prone to expansion, which means that your tire pressure will vary during different templates, weather conditions, and air pressure. Varying tire pressure harms your vehicle in many ways. Some of which include:
  • Rapid tread wear
  • Reduced tire life
  • Reduced fuel economy
  • Increased probability of failure
  • Decreased steering and handling

FAQs


Why inflate my tires with nitrogen?

Nitrogen is much better for your tires! With NitroFill tire failure is reduced by 50, tread life increased by 25-30%, and your steering, handling, braking, and fuel economy improves. Compressed air will do nothing but lead to reduced tire life, reduced fuel economy, an increased probability of failure, and a decreased steering and handling.

Is NitroFill compatible with the various tires?

Absolutely! If you have a particular question about your tire brand, please feel free to contact us.

Will My Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS) work with nitrogen-inflated tires?

Most cars, SUVs, and trucks manufactured after 2005 are equipped with Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS) that will work with nitrogen-inflated tires.

Complimentary Austin Infiniti Amenities

Service Hours

Mon - Fri

7:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Sat

7:00 AM - 4:00 PM

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closed

Express Service Hours

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7:00 AM - 4:30 PM

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7:00 AM - 3:30 PM

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closed

Parts Hours

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7:00 AM - 6:00 PM

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7:00 AM - 4:00 PM

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Phone Numbers

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Partes en Español:

ext. 3353

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Mark Bailey – Service Director