In conjunction with EUROMASTER and Stahlgruber in Munich: tyres tested positive after they were repaired in accordance with ECE R30 in 5 steps.
DEKRA-Test 1 with photos (1,4 MB)
DEKRA-Test 1 text version (220 KB)
In conjunction with VIBORG in Stuttgart: Test tyres can be vulcanised after cleaning.
PS-Repair convinces tyre dealers:
Premium-Seal Repair convinced the tyre dealer during the test because cleaning the tyres was simple and the tyre sealant could be disposed of without any trouble. In the meantime many tyre dealers have joined in as distribution partner of Premium-Seal Repair.
The AvD - Automobilclub von Deutschland – [Car Association of Germany] surveyed a tyre dealer for his thoughts on puncture sealants. For the tyre dealer, the net results were absolutely clear.
Report AvD - Automobilclub von Deutschland [Car Association of Germany]
PS-Repair on board the Starliner II:
Especially when conveying passengers in buses it is important thoroughly to check all aspects relevant to traffic safety. After over a year of stringent and costly tests, MAN/NEOPLAN gave clearance for the first new luxury travel bus, the Starliner II, to be equipped with PS-Repair. Instead of a spare tyre, PS-Repair will be on board in future.
PS-Repair does not damage sensors:
Premium-Seal Repair did not damage any of the TPM-sensors tested. As car manufacturers are installing TPM-sensors more and more frequently, it was a matter of course for us to have Premium-Seal Repair take this into consideration. The sensor manufacturer Schrader has conducted a neutral test and established that its sensors are not being damaged by Premium-Seal Repair.
Test report Schrader on compressed air sensors (german)
Premium-Seal Repair is water soluble:
Tyres, rims and work equipment can be cleaned simply with cold water. When Premium-Seal Repair was being developed, particular attention was paid to simple and environmentally friendly waste disposal of the product after dismantling of the tyre. Premium-Seal Repair is quite easily removed with cloths and disposed of as normal waste. The remaining small residual amount can even be fed into the public sewers.
Up-to-date certification from the Bavarian State Office for the Environment