Nitrogen Inflation

If you are interested in advancing your tire maintenance routine, let our technicians use nitrogen to inflate your tires. Replacing the commonly used compressed air with nitrogen not only helps maintain the appropriate pressure level (PSI) in fluctuating outside temperatures but can also extend the overall life of your tires. Nitrogen in comparison to regular air is free of impurities such as water vapor which can permeate the rubber in your tires causing them to age quicker. Another added benefit of filling your tires with nitrogen is the enhanced fuel efficiency you can experience along with it. Keeping your tires well maintained is critical to safe vehicle operation. Swapping compressed air for nitrogen filled tires is an excellent plan for maintaining your passenger vehicle and can be even more beneficial in heavy-duty applications such as large commercial trucks. Let our knowledgeable technicians service your tires today to ensure you are ready to hit the road!

Frequently Asked Questions

Can you mix nitrogen and air in tires?

Yes, you absolutely can mix nitrogen and air in tires. If you’re out on the road and can’t find a nitrogen station, go ahead and top off with regular air. However, keep in mind that adding regular air will dilute the nitrogen concentration, which could potentially affect some of the nitrogen air benefits like more stable tire pressure and reduced oxidation. Still, it is more important to maintain proper inflation at all times than it is to always fill with nitrogen.

What does nitrogen do for tires?

Filling your tires with nitrogen offers several advantages. The primary benefit is that nitrogen molecules are larger than oxygen molecules, so they escape less easily from tires. This leads to more consistent tire pressure over time, translating into fewer trips to the air pump. If you’re weighing nitrogen-filled tires vs air, consider that nitrogen reduces the risk of tire oxidation and rim rust, helping your wheels last longer, too.

Can you put nitrogen in any tire?

Yes, almost any tire that can be filled with air can be filled with nitrogen. However, to maximize the benefits of nitrogen in tires, it’s best to start with a tire that’s been completely deflated of its regular air. This ensures you’re getting a higher concentration of nitrogen from the get-go.

How long does nitrogen last in tires?

On average, nitrogen lasts about 3-4 months in tires before you’ll need a top-off. That’s significantly longer than the usual one month for regular air-filled tires. However, don’t let the longevity lull you into complacency. Regular checks are essential to maintaining optimal tire pressure in nitrogen tires.

Where can I fill my tires with nitrogen near me?

You can fill your tires with nitrogen at select auto service stations, including Grease Pro. If you’re in Panama City, Panama City Beach, Lynn Haven, or Chipley, Grease Pro is glad to offer this special service. In general, it’s a good idea to call ahead to confirm nitrogen availability at any new auto repair shop you plan on stopping by to avoid any inconvenience.

What are the disadvantages to nitrogen filled tires?

While nitrogen offers some clear perks, there are disadvantages, too. Nitrogen filling stations aren’t as common as regular air pumps, making it harder to find refills, especially when traveling. It’s also more expensive initially and can take longer to fill your tires, as the process often involves multiple purges and refills. Our dedicated Grease Pro technicians are glad to talk with you and determine if nitrogen tire inflation makes sense for your tires, driving habits, and budget.

GreasePro proudly serves Lynn Haven, Panama City, Panama City Beach and Chipley areas. We offer the best services with trained industry professionals with years of experience who you can trust to inflate your tires with nitrogen. Visit one of our many convenient locations near you or schedule a service that works with your time on our website.

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