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Move up to a Premium Balancing Media for your rig!

Tired of "Clumping " problems with your powder?

Increase profits with a reusable media!

100% solid, high-density Ceramic
No filtered valve cores required
No clumping
Will not abrade inner liner
Clean to work with, no dusty powders or ground glass
100% Environmentally safe
Special air drying tools not necessary
Totally compatible with Nitrogen
Totally compatible with Cats Eye, PBS & TPMS systems
Competitively priced!
Budget friendly - 12 per case & no minimums!
Picture comparing the hardness of Glass, SS, and Ceramic

 

   A balancing product that is nice and round with a smooth surface can only perform properly if it stays that way over many thousands of miles, especially important for Fleets.

  An important feature of ceramic for use as a balancing media is the relative hardness. The harder the material, the longer it will maintain it's original shape and effectiveness.

Hardness
Dyna Beads are 100% solid ceramic!
Inner liner abrasion
Microphotograph of balancing powder to demonstrate abrasiveness

Microphotograph of balancing powder2 to demonstrate abrasiveness

Microphotograph of balancing granules to demonstrate abrasiveness

Microphotograph of Dyna Beads to demonstrate ultra-smooth and round  surface texture
 Powder 1
 Powder 2
 Granular
 Dyna Beads


If you use another product right now,  you are probably familiar with rubber dust in your tire. This is not a good thing.

This rubber dust was your delicate inner liner before one of the abrasive materials at the left starting grinding it away.

Your inner liner has one main engineered purpose: to block internal air from permeating the rubber carcass. As the liner gets thinner, it may affect it's ability to retain air.


If you look at the enlarged photographs at the left, you can see why these materials are abrasive. They have many small, sharp, rough edges.

Because they aren't round, they have to "slide" around the surface, and the sliding friction, coupled with the abrasive texture, simply eats away at your inner liner.

Rubber dust is another reason why filtered valve cores are recommended for tires using abrasive products.


Now take a look at Dyna Beads™.

There are no sharp edges, it's extremely smooth,  round, and solid ceramic.

Dyna Beads "roll" around the inner liner, and won't grind away your inner liner in the process.

Which product would you rather have against your inner liner?

Move up now to Dyna Beads™ by signing up for our Fleet Program today!

What is OTR?

The OTR bead is twice the size of our Standard bead.

It eliminates filtered valve cores, provides extremely long tire life, never clumps with moisture, and is reusable.

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