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Accella Tire Fill Systems Announces Simplified Name Changes to its Legacy Line of TyrFil® Polyurethane Formulations ST. LOUIS, MO—November 16, 2016—Accella Tire Fill Systems (www.accellatirefill.com) announced today that it’s TyrFil® branded line of polyurethane tire fill formulations will begin transitioning to a simpler unified naming convention beginning December 1, 2016. The conversion will be completed […]
Accella Tire Fill Systems, Makers of TyrFil®, Conducts Extensive Field Testing on “Solid Shock” Prevention for the OTR Equipment Industry Results Shared on New Online Information Site at NoMoreSolidShock.com ST. LOUIS, MO – October 5, 2016 – Accella Tire Fill Systems, the manufacturer and marketer of the industry’s leading polyurethane flatproofing solution, TyrFil®, today announced […]
Accella’s New TLC Tire and Rim Protection Formulas for the OTR Mining Industry Deliver the Most Effective Corrosion Protection on the Market ST. LOUIS, MO – September 20, 2016 – Accella Tire Fill Systems announced availability of its newest TLC Tire and Rim Protection line, designed specifically for Off-the-Road (OTR) mining equipment. Accella, makers of […]
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by Matt Perhacs, ArncoPathway Tech Supervisor, OEM & International When filling tires with the Green Machine, it is not uncommon for the material in the mixer to unexpectedly run low. This can happen due to the ground urethane (grind) running out or the cavity pump system being run too quickly for the amount of incoming […]