Linsi inside, sealed
tyresealant will provide immunity to the tread of your tyre for punctures up to
Tyres with tube have to be filled preventive. Tubeless tyres can be
filled after a leak has occured.
And this is the way it
- unscrew and remove
the valve inlet, deflate the tyre
- turn the tyre to
place the valve in the 8 o´clock position
- attach the
included adapter, rubber ring side first, by applying slight pressure and
turning to the right simultaneously, up to its half length onto the
- screw the tube to
- using the included
tubetool, smoothly and fluently wind the tube, forcing its content into the
- remove tube with
adapter from the valve
- clean the valve
from residual fluid using air pressure
- exchange damaged,
dirty or oxidated valve inlets
- reassemble the
valve and inflate the tyre
The patented Linsi-joint-adapter will fit all valves,
no matter if 6 or 8 mm in diameter.
The Linsi-joint-adapter will ensure
propper filling of all bike tyres or tubes using exchangeable valve inlets. Be
advised that on many Sclaverand-valves (French valve) the valve inlet can be
|Recommended filling per
Linsi-bike will not produce a new tyre from a worn one.
Large tread damages, lateral punctures and leaks around the rim/wheel areal
will not be sealed. In such cases, for your own safety, we strongly recommend
to chage the tyre.
Whilst winding the Linis-tube the filling process
stagnates or stops.
some tyre tubes, the opening connecting the valve with the tube is very small,
causing a block of this opening if the Linsi-tube is not emptied swiftly
Remove adapter with Linsi-tube from the valve. Using
air pressure, ensure free flow into tyre tube. proceed with filling