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P.S.I. releases flexible new tire pressure monitoring system

Pressure Systems International (P.S.I.) recently released a new tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) called TireView for trucks, tractors and trailers.

TireView is the company’s latest tire management product, which it says features a robust design capable of withstanding the rigors of the commercial vehicle market. The new TMPS offers flexibility, including the ability to run in a closed on-board system or connected to telematics solutions for fleet management.

The system also be combined with P.S.I.’s automatic tire inflation system (ATIS) for trailers, or other ATIS solutions.

“Twenty six years ago, P.S.I. introduced what has become the premier automatic tire inflation system for the commercial market,” said Jim Sharkey, vice president of global sales and marketing. “Our innovation of ATIS has allowed fleets to truly measure opportunities to reduce tire costs and realize those savings. P.S.I. is the only leading supplier that is singularly focused on providing tire management solutions that have a solid ROI.” 

P.S.I. said TireView delivered a more reliable stream of data for advanced tire analytics during the product development process. The systems also offers customizable alerts, monochrome or color displays, as well as internal and cap sensor options.  

When used without ATIS, such as on drive axles, TireView can be used with a“Flow Thru Kit” that provides solutions to sensor management challenges experienced by many fleets. 

“Fleets continue to seek opportunities to improve their efficiencies,” said Jonathan Gravell, vice president of business development. “The increasing demand for Smart Systems on vehicles is evidence of that trend. P.S.I. is quickly moving into more holistic solutions for tire management that will offer fleets an abundance of capabilities and data to reduce their costs. TireView provides constant visibility to the individual tires, enabling proactive maintenance and improved asset allocation.”

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