GWR Now Offers Premier Nitrogen Filling Station

GWR Now Offers Premier Nitrogen Filling Station

GWR's digitally controlled Premier Nitrogen Filling Station delivers a consistent 99.99% pure Nitrogen to the tire, something impossible with generator systems! No air compressor needed, no huge electric bill, no cumbersome filter maintenance, no expensive membrane to replace - just 1000% pure profit per service.

GWR’s digitally controlled Premier Nitrogen Filling Station delivers a consistent 99.99% pure Nitrogen to the tire, something impossible with generator systems! No air compressor needed, no huge electric bill, no cumbersome filter maintenance, no expensive membrane to replace — just 1000% pure profit per service.

Extremely fast and simple to use, an exclusive, full-color touch screen guides you through tire fill configuration windows where the number of hoses and pressure options are input. Just clip on the fill hoses you’ve formatted via the screen — 1, 4, 5 or more — push a single start button and the Premier Filling Station automatically purges and fills (all tires) in just 8 to 10 minutes. Generators on the other hand, have one hose and take 30 to 45 minutes to do the same service.

The Premier Filling Station is the only fully automatic nitrogen machine on the market; it continually checks the pressure of each individual tire during the purging and filling process. Without this exclusive feature a servicing technician will not maintain equal pressure differentials, or more importantly the concentrations of nitrogen, during the fill procedure.

At half the price of a complete generator system, our unit pays for itself after just one month or two, as it legitimately generates a 1000% ROI. A profitable side benefit to digital technology, Premier machines can be programmed to feed an EVAP Smoke Generator and fill an empty A/C system for leak detection or flushing.

No other system comes close, none, so don’t pay for a standard "off the shelf" generating machine that are higher in maintenance or too large for your operation. Each and every Premier Filling Station is custom built to fit your shop, it’s the exact right size now and expandable as you grow. We can offer a configuration for two bays to 50 or more. It’s simple to add tanks to fit any size operation with our patented multi-bank automatic regulator system. Remember that Nitrogen is the “only” expense you’ll incur with tanks, and the net is less than 1/2 the cost of generated gas.

Visit www.NitrogenTireMachine.com for all the technical details, then call (800) 266-4497 to arrange delivery of your Premier Nitrogen Filling Station.

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