Tires play an important role in a car as the engine and its body are required. A car reaches from one place to another on the tyre itself. Tires are essential for the car so obviously it is very important to take special care of the tyres, as the driver may face trouble if he does not do so. Today, we tell you the advantages and disadvantages of simple air filling and nitrogen gas in the tyres. Let us know the full details
Mechanics also recommend filling nitrogen gas instead of ordinary air in the tyres to take special care of them. You may have also written at several fuel pumps to fill nitrogen gas in tyres. Usually the benefits of filling nitrogen gas with fuel pumps and garages are not well explained, but now you don't have to think too much about it. Today we'll give you the full details here. Experts say nitrogen gas keeps tyres colder than normal air during the summer season. Nitrogen gas is 78 percent in the atmosphere, oxygen 21 percent and carbon dioxide and other Noble gas 1 percent. All the gas are spread in summer and collected in winter. Thus, these gas spills and shrinks in some similar ways inside the tyre. The change of gas sometimes leads to much less pressure on the tires.
For your information, tyres should periodically check the air pressure, as the pressure is too high to prevent tyre or tube bursts. The normal air spreads due to humidity, causing damage to the tyre and putting more pressure on the tires. This can also have a wrong effect on the tire rim. When it comes to nitrogen, the tyre is less rubberized, thereby reducing the pressure in the tyre. When nitrogen is filled, it pours oxygen into the tyre, eliminating the water in the oxygen and protects the rim. In general, it takes Rs 50-100 to fill nitrogen gas in tyres and Rs 5-10 for ordinary air.