With the new 'Tire Booster' from Schwalbe, tubeless tyre assembly can be accomplished easily. The light, handy cylinder can be used both statically and on the road.
A powerful blast of air is required for tubeless tyre assembly so that the tyre bead quickly presses into the rim flange and the tyre is sealed.
The 'Tire Booster', was developed in collaboration with the British start-up Airshot. With it, a pressure of up to eleven bar can be immediately applied in the tyres.
If you need an even bigger flow of air, a special adapter is also available. For this, the valve insert is removed and the adapter is screwed directly onto the valve spindle - the airflow is thus maximised.
And this is how it works: connect the Tyre Booster to a conventional floor pump using the SV valve on the Tyre Booster, fill the cylinder and then operate the quick-release valve. The air immediately distributes itself evenly and the tyre seats itself - usually with the typical loud crack - firmly on the rim.
Supplied with mounting strap so tank can be secured to a workstand.