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DT Swiss Introduce Two Pressure-Specific Tubeless Tire Sealants

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DT Swiss completes its tubeless offering with two tire sealant formulations; one designed for high pressure applications such as road and track cycling, and another designed for low pressure applications such as mountain biking and gravel riding.

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DT Swiss Tire Sealant

The DT Swiss High Pressure Tubeless Sealant has a maximum working pressure of 9 Bar (130 PSI), but is said to operate best over the 4.0-7.5 Bar (58-108 PSI) range. The brand claim their formulation, the contents of which we aren’t yet privy to, can seal punctures up to 3mm across. Get this one in a 60 ml bottle only.

  • Tire Sealant: DT Swiss High Pressure Tubeless Sealant
  • Application: Road and Track Cycling
  • Recommended Amount per Tire: 23mm – 35mm tires – 60 ml sealant
  • Price: $ 17.60 USD / 12.90 € / 13.60 CHF

DT Swiss Low Pressure Tubeless Sealant is intended for tires run at reduced pressures. It is said to work best up to 4.5 Bar (65 PSI) but can also tolerate pressures of up to 5.5 Bar (80 PSI). The brand claim punctures up to 6mm across can be sealed by their formulation. This one is available is 240 ml and 1000 ml bottles.

  • Tire Sealant: DT Swiss Low Pressure Tubeless Sealant
  • Application: Mountain Biking and Gravel Riding
  • Recommended Amount per Tire: 60 – 90 ml for 1.4 – 2.0″; 90 – 120 ml for 2.0 – 2.5″; 120 – 150 ml for 2.5 – 3.0″
  • Price for 240 ml: 20.40 $ / 14.90 € / 15.70 CHF
  • Price for 1000 ml: 62.70 $ / 45.90 € / 48.30 CHF

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Fake Namerton
Fake Namerton
1 year ago

It’s good to see that someone has realized that there needs to be different composition trade offs for different applications. It’s long overdue. Tubeless mtb was an adaptation of tubeless sealants that had been around for 60+ years and worked with very limited modifications because mtb pressures are similar to agricultural tire pressures the original products where developed for. Always seemed lazy to shoehorn sealant for low pressure applications into a tire at 60-70+ psi.

FrictionDi2
FrictionDi2
1 year ago

I am surprised something like this has taken this long to come to market. Road tubeless has been terrible because the sealants just don’t work well with high pressure. I am not a tubeless guy. I run fairly supply tires with sealant in my tubes (not Slime) and it has been basically flawless. All that is to say that high pressure sealant is actually a good product to bring to market but that it shouldn’t have taken this long lol

Sluette
Sluette
1 year ago

I’m running my roadbike for the last 3 years with the same sealant I used for my MTBs with no issue… No need to change for me…

Jon
Jon
11 months ago

Produced for them by Joe’s? I’ve used the Joe’s high and low pressure sealants before, they’ve worked great for me

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