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NitroFill™ nitrogen filling system for tires

Oxygen has a smaller molecular structure than Nitrogen and therefore leaks out of your tire 3-4 times faster.

Model Tires/Hr
L x W x H (in.)
Shipping Wt (lbs.)
NF-25 8 200 0.4 115-120 29.75 x 26.5 x 72 440
NF-50 16 200 0.8 115-120 29.75 x 26.5 x 72 445
NF-70 22 200 1.3 115-120 29.75 x 26.5 x 72 448
NF-220 60 200 3.7 115-120 29.75 x 26.5 x 72 465
NF-270 72 200 4.4 115-120 29.75 x 26.5 x 72 479
NF-520 140 200 8.7 115-120 29.75 x 26.5 x 72 499
* Feed pressure @ 130 psig, air temperature 75ºF, producing 95% N2, P205/65R15 tire inflated to 35 psig.

NitroFill™ helps your bottom line grow larger

Nails. Potholes. Weather. Tires have all sorts of enemies. But a tire’s worst foe is the one most people never even consider—the air that
goes inside. Air contains oxygen. And over time, oxygen breaks down rubber, causing it to lose elasticity and strength. The result? Shorter tread life and premature failure.

Nitrogen, on the other hand, is inert so it doesn’t react with or deteriorate tire rubber. What’s more, nitrogen is less susceptible to diffusion caused by changing temperatures so it maintains tire pressure longer. This results in better handling and braking, lower fuel consumption and extended life. That’s why for years nitrogen has been used to inflate the tires of vehicles ranging from NASCAR and Formula One racecars to military aircraft and even the Space Shuttle.Now, NitroFill™ makes it possible for you to deliver the many benefits of nitrogen-fill to your customers— easier, safer and more affordably than ever. And you’ll benefit, too. By charging a small fee per fill, you’ll add a whole new revenue stream for your business. Also, because nitrogen
extends the life of tires you sell, you’ll handle fewer warranty claims. NitroFill™ benefits everyone.

Add NitroFill™ to your shop today. And pump up
sales like never before.

N2, tire inflated to 35 psig.

Why NitroFill™ makes sense for your customers:

  • Maintains tire pressure longer
  • Improves fuel economy
  • Better road handling andbraking
  • Eliminates oxidation stronger casings
  • Reduces risk of tire failure
  • Cooler running tires
  • Extends tire life

Why NitroFill™ makes sense for you:

  • Profitability: Nitrogen inflation adds a whole new revenue stream
  • Fewer warranty claims
  • Helps eliminate valve and bead leaks
  • Makes nitrogen inflation easy, safe and affordable

NitroFill™ is the answer for reaching your sales goals.

Q: Why haven’t tire stores offered nitrogen inflation before now?

A: In the past, the equipment needed to
produce nitrogen was large and very
expensive. The only alternative for stores
was to use high-pressure nitrogen bottles
which were also expensive and a safety
hazard. Instead of using stored nitrogen,
NitroFill™ takes advantage of new
technology that allows nitrogen to be
separated from air. This process is done
economically under low pressure and
results in highly pure nitrogen.

Q: Is nitrogen a safety hazard?

A: No. Nitrogen is an inert, noncombustible, nonflammable, noncorrosive gas. In fact, those are big reasons why nitrogen is used to fill the tires of vehicles that push performance limits under extreme conditions, including Formula One racers and heavy machinery.

Q: Is NitroFill™ hard to install and maintain?

A: No. Installing our NitroFill™ system is easy. You simply place the NitroFill™ generator where you want it in your shop, connect a compressed air line and install your nitrogen airline/chuck. It’s
that simple. And because there are no moving parts, NitroFill™ is virtually maintenance-free. All you need to do is replace the filter elements once a year.

Q: How long will the NitroFill™ generator last?

A: The NitroFill™ unit is designed to last for years. The key to its longevity is simply replacing the unit’s filters once a year. This will lengthen the useful life of the membranes which separate the
nitrogen from the air.

Q: What are the usage limits of NitroFill™?

A: It all depends on your needs. NitroFill™ has five standard models with various options to meet each individual customer’s requirements. The NF-220 Generator can inflate 60 P205/65R15 tires per hour.*

Q: How much can I expect to charge to fill tires with nitrogen?

A: Typically, retailers charge $2 to $5 per tire when installing new passenger/LT tires and $4 to $6 each when performing tire/wheel conversions. Of course, it’s up to you to determine the best price
for your store.

* Feed pressure @ 130 psig, air temperature 75ºF, producing 95%

How tires lose pressure and why it’s important.

  • Tires lose air pressure naturally through the process of permeation.
  • A tire inflated with compressed air will normally lose 1 to 2 pounds of pressure a month.
  • The warmer the weather the more pressure tires will lose.
  • Nitrogen has larger molecules and is 3 to 4 times less likely to escape from tires.
  • Maintaining steady and proper tire pressure reduces wear and
    increases safety.
  • What nitrogen could save you
  • Nitrogen comprises 78% of the air we breathe, oxygen 21%.
  • Nitrogen is non-combustible, non-flammable and non-corrosive.
  • Nitrogen is a dry gas. Unlike compressed air, it’s free of moisture.

Safety and Performance:

  • Maintains tire pressure longer than compressed air
  • Better steering, braking and handling
  • Helps reduce tire wear
  • Tires run cooler, reducing chance of failure
  • Non-corrosive to aluminum wheels


  • Greater fuel economy
  • Optimum tire pressure means tires last longer
  • Saves time; less tire pressure maintenance
  • Affordable protection

Nitrogen is already being used where safety and performance count most.

NASCAR, Indy Car and Formula One Racing

The Space Shuttle

Military and Commercial Aircraft

The Tour de France

Why nitrogen is better than compressed air.

  • Inflating your tires with nitrogen saves you more than money.
  • Nitrogen is a dry gas and free of moisture.
  • Nitrogen doesn’t deteriorate rubber like the “wet oxygen” in compressed air does.
  • Nitrogen has a larger molecular structure and won’t leak like oxygen.
  • Nitrogen makes tires less susceptible to air loss with temperature changes.

Why “wet oxygen” in compressed air is harmful.

  • Inflating your tires with nitrogen
  • The “wet oxygen” found in compressed air contains moisture, causing oxidation.
  • Over time oxidation breaks down tire rubber.
  • Oxygen molecules are smaller than nitrogen and leak 3 to 4 times faster.
  • After rubber is broken down, it loses elasticity, strength and leaks even more.