Martins Industries highlights heavy-duty tire inflation cage

Martins Industries highlights heavy-duty tire inflation cage

Martins Industries has released a video showcasing the MIC-AUHD-52 automatic heavy-duty tire inflation cage. The MIC-AUHD models are specially equipped with an automatic tire inflator to make the cage even safer, the company explained. Tires can be inflated up to 195 PSI (13.5 bar). The MIC-AUHD is equipped, on both of its doors, of a safety system that activates or deactivates the inflation of the tire. If one of the doors is open, the automatic tire inflator will not be activated. The two doors must be closed properly in order to inflate a tire. Martins Industries heavy duty inflation cage is equipped with an air hose and a wire.

Additionally, Martins also produced a video highlighting how the company’s tire inflation safety cages are made and a new interactive cage comparison page on its website.

“The main reason we produced this video is to show our clients that we manufacture the best and sturdiest tire inflation cages. We use top of line technologies and raw materials in concert with a rigorous process to ensure that our inflation cages are the safest on the market,” said Martin Depelteau, vice president of sales and development for Martin Industries.

In line with the “how it’s made video,” the interactive cage comparison page allows visitors to compare Martin Industries cages to the competition, the company said. Visit the Martins Industries website for more information.

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