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P.S.I. introduces Tire View Live analytics platform

Pressure Systems International (P.S.I.) has introduced TireView Live, a data analytics platform for tires.

P.S.I. automatic tire inflation system now the exclusive option on CIMC Revere Chassis

The automatic tire inflation system from Pressure Systems International (P.S.I.) is the exclusive option on CIMC Intermodal Equipment’s new Revere Chassis carrying the extended Perfect-10-Year Warranty.

P.S.I., Meritor discuss GHG legislation, rising fuel costs at annual event

Pressure Systems International (P.S.I.) and Meritor recently invited fleet and service managers and members of the media to its annual fleet technology event to discuss the benefits of their Meritor Tire Inflation System (MTIS) and show how adopting this technology can benefit fleets preparing to face rising fuel costs and upcoming greenhouse gas emissions legislation.

The ins and outs of trailer tire inflation technology

One of the biggest culprits behind tire costs, if not the biggest, is improper inflation, which is why many fleets turn to technology to help avoid these problems and save money and time.

Truck-Lite integrates P.S.I. tire management solutions into Road Ready system

Truck-Lite Co., LLC has integrated Pressure Systems International (PSI) automatic tire inflation and tire pressure monitoring systems data into the Road Ready system via its SmartBridge Integrator.

Advances in tire-monitoring technology help mitigate premature wear

The well-known benefits of tire pressure monitoring and automatic tire inflation systems have lead to their steady adoption by fleets.

Pressure Systems International to release Tire View TPMS

Pressure Systems International (P.S.I.) announced TireView, a new tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) designed for the demanding commercial vehicle market. TireView will be available to the market in early 2019. P.S.I. acquired TPMS product provider TST in April 2017. Since that time, in addition to growing its existing presence in the RV market, P.S.I. has adapted

Not too high, not too low: The importance of keeping your truck tire inflation levels just right

A fleet manager’s job is focused on the little things. A tenth of an MPG here, an extended maintenance cycle there—across a fleet, these seemingly small points can add up to significant profits. The same goes for truck tire inflation: a few PSI in the right direction can go a long way, while a few

It’s in the air: Managing and maintaining tires to increase service life

The number of tire-related issues and roadside events could be significantly reduced by maintaining proper tire pressure inspections; ultimately, downtime on the side of the road can be reduced. If a tire is 20% below recommended pressure, it must be considered flat. “Maintaining proper tire air pressure is probably the single most important maintenance activity

Pressure Systems International moves to new facility

Pressure Systems International (P.S.I.) has moved to a new expanded facility to accommodate growing demand for its products. The new P.S.I. corporate office and manufacturing facility in San Antonio is double the size of their previous location, allowing the company to increase production capacity for their automatic tire inflation system for trailers as well as planned

Pressure Systems International invests in new aerodynamic technology

Automatic tire inflation system maker Pressure Systems International (P.S.I.) has made an investment in a new aerodynamic technology and entered into an exclusive distribution agreement with Plasma Stream Technologies. Plasma Stream’s patented new technology was developed at the University of Notre Dame. It uses plasma actuator technology to reduce aerodynamic drag on semi-trucks and trailers, resulting in

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Beat the heat: How summer temperatures impact tire pressure

As we roll into the dog days of summer, it’s important to keep an eye on your tire pressures. The ambient temperature will increase tire pressure by about 2 PSI for every 10º increase. The key is setting your pressures so that it is the optimal setting for your environment. “Reasonable increases in pressure may

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