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Eliminate Flat Tires Forever!

Even in the most hazardous environments, tires filled with TyrFil can never go flat. Our TyrFil flatproofing product allows equipment to operate over broken glass, nails, sharp metal, rocks and more! TyrFil’s durability has been proven in thousands of demanding applications including construction, mining, municipality, waste, and rental equipment. Despite cuts and punctures, TyrFil will keep your tires rolling, increasing productivity and eliminating downtime. Also, no other tire flatproofing technology absorbs G-Force Shock as well as TyrFil. Only the TyrFil Treatment gives you a smooth, safe ride that means less injury to your team, less wear on your equipment, and totally flatproof tires. 

What is TyrFil?

Commonly referred to as foam fill, our patented formulations eliminate flat tires, but with the performance and softer ride of pneumatic tires. TyrFil is a two-part liquid urethane that is pumped into the tire through the valve stem, replacing all of the air. The urethane liquid then cures into a solid elastomer core. Once cured, it maintains its interior pressure for a continuously even ride and protects the tire from punctures, significantly reducing costs of tire repair and replacement. The result is a flatproofed solid tire, but with a softer ride than a solid rubber tire. No matter how harsh the conditions, TyrFil will perform.

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Why Use TyrFil?

You know your business better than anyone and you know what can benefit it the most. But if you work in an industry that brutalizes tires and your repair, replacement and downtime costs are becoming an issue then TyrFil is the answer to your problems. TyrFil not only offers choice with multiple durometers, tread patterns and pressure options, but it has numerous other benefits as well, including:​​

  • Minimizes wear and tear on vehicles
  • Eliminates emergency maintenance calls
  • Eliminates downtime back charges
  • Improves vehicle stabilization
  • Promotes operator safety
  • Minimizes workers' compensation claims
  • Lowers G-force impact
  • Maintains a high heat-resistant profile
  • Runs faster for longer periods of time

Types of TyrFil.

Unlike solid or aperture tires, TyrFil offers a choice of tread, pressure, and durometer options, allowing the operator the ability to customize performance per application or environment. Below is a list of formulations listed by durometer (hardness). It is advisable to contact Mersinco directly in order to discuss applications and the correct product usage.

Low Durometer

TyrFil Flex – With a durometer of 10, this formula has the lowest durometer on the market for maximum deflection and air-like ride.

TyrFil Utility – With a durometer of 20, this formula offers a soft ride and ample deflection in more demanding applications.

* Your average rubber band is 20 durometer.

Medium Durometer

TyrFil Pro – With a durometer of 30, this formula is a general-purpose material used in 90% of tire fill applications.

TyrFil Ultra – With a durometer of 30, this formula delivers the highest heat dissipation properties for extreme applications.

* Your average mouse pad is about 30 durometer.

High Durometer

TyrFil HeviDuty – With a durometer of 55, this formula provides minimal tire deflection for extreme load at slow speeds.

* Pink erasers are about 45 durometer.

TyrFil vs. Solid Tires

Solid Shock Can Damage your Crew and Your Equipment.

The impact of G-Force vibration while operating industrial equipment is not only a major source of wear and tear on machines, but it's the leading cause of operator injuries. One example is Whole Body Vibration (WBV). WBV can cause fatigue, back pain and spinal damage, leading to increased worker compensation claims. But TyrFil was designed for operator safety so it transfers the lowest G-Force vibration of all tire flat-proofing systems, significantly reducing WBV. G-forces can also cause instability when going over obstacles, which can also trigger costly accidents.

We tested tires filled with TyrFil against air-filled pneumatic and solid tires to gauge the shock absorption of each.

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