Power cord length: 420cm inflatable Cable length: 65cm
1 multipurpose vehicle play pump, can provide 300 psi pressure inflatable and measuring
tire pressure, and cigarette lighter power supply as lights and flashing warning lights with three kinds of gas nozzle, easy to use.
2, Shanghai Group produced, quality and workmanship are very exquisite, in line with international standards.
3, on the highway or wild car tires suddenly leak, the unit can play to their function of emergency.
4, the machine does not occupy space in a timely manner to prepare a table, placed in the trunk, magical infinite.
5, can always maintain the correct tire pressure tires, saving gasoline and fuel, to ensure road safety.
1, the machine can not be used in a large and significant set of pneumatic vehicle tires, such as trucks, big trucks, etc.
2, when used, should start the car engine to enhance the power, without loss of automotive electricity.
3, the machine limit use DC DC12V, 10A of power, do not use the 110V household electricity, household electricity To use,
you must add the transformer.
4, for passenger car tires inflated, every 15 minutes, preferably 15-minute break, so that the body cool slightly before use, extended motor life. Inflatable rubber boats, can be used continuously for half an hour.
5, the general car tire inflation, about 5-8 minutes to reach 220KPA the normal tire pressure. Big tires are a little longer. Such as start inflating the pointer meter rapid rise of about two
or three seconds is reached 490KPA, it means that the air is blocked, the air does not enter the tire, this time to turn off the power,
unplug the gas nozzle, re-operation, or instruments and motors be compromised.
6, the machine is used, people do not leave the body, and pay attention to tire pressure, tire inflation can not exceed depot or
factory specified tire pressure standards.
7, the machine after use gas nozzle must be straightened hand, the lack of side rubber elasticity.
8, the machine should avoid damp, Zhongshuai and sediment intrusion.
9, prohibiting use by children, so as to avoid unnecessary harm.