Branick Industries Inc.’s new patent-pending Model 2010 Utility Tire Inflation Cage is designed specifically to improve safety when inflating non-highway service (NHS) tires such as lawn and garden, golf cart, scooter and other small tires.
The company says Model 2010 has slotted sides and top to that give visibility to the tire while still providing protection from the small debris common with utility tire failures. The sloped top helps strengthen the cage and prevent items being placed on top that will become projectiles in a failure.
The Model 2010 tire inflation cage holds tires up to 16 inches wide and 20.5 inches in diameter with pressures up to 100 psi, yet only requires 20 inches x 20 inches of floor space.
“Many people don’t realize the danger of a utility tire failure,” says Tom Bolgrean, president. “The Model 2010 is the only cage like it available that provides adequate protection if something goes wrong while inflating the tire.”
To learn more, call (800) 437-4394 or visit www.branick.com.