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    The cycling industry is abundant with tire sealant products that often cause frustration and annoyance for their users due to the fact that they are unreliable in doing what they are supposed to do: seal punctures. 
    Sealing punctures is a tricky thing to ask a chemical product to do because you have to take into consideration many things, such as the length of time the fluid is sitting in the tire, the varying sizes of punctures, the varying temperature ranges, and the tendency for the sealant to pool at the bottom of the tire instead of cover all inner surface areas where punctures may occur. 

    Almost all of the sealants on the market today are the same latex-based formula. Latex is cheap, but from what cyclists have discovered around the world… does not work very well. 

    To develop our product, WPL sought out the help of US military tire sealant formulators, with decades of experience formulating sealants, to customize a formula for the cycling industry’s needs. The WPL Race Ready Tubeless Sealant formula is indeed a bio-based variation of a formula used by US military trucks and heavy equipment, and after extensive testing, we came to our final RACE-READY TIRE SEALANT formula.

    The key differentiator between our product and the standard latex-based formula is that our product is in a gel format using natural bio-based fibers and particles to fill punctures. It is thicker than a regular sealant which allows the product to coat the interior surfaces of the tire completely instead of pooling at the bottom. The particle sizes have also been strategically designed to accommodate punctures from nanoscopic size up to 1/2” size.
    Temperature range achieved is -10°F(-23°C) to 225°F(107.2°C). 

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    WHISTLER, BC—WPL announced that the company is entering into 2019 with a chosen group of world-class distributors representing WPL in each country. The countries include Australia, Canada, Chile, Germany, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, South Korea, USA, and UK. Names and contact information can be found on the WPL Distributor webpage. With these new distinguished distributors around the world, WPL products are now available to a broader market, focusing on bike performance and environmental sustainability.

    “We are delighted that WPL have chosen TF Tuned to take forward their product line in the UK. We’ve been extremely impressed with the performance of WPL’s suspension fluids, which we use across the range of brands that we service here in our busy workshop,” said UK’s Distributor Greg Ruddle of TF Tuned. “WPL [is] the only company providing a full range of mountain bike specific lubricants and fluids which are both Bio-Based and Biodegradable. It is great to know that by using these environmentally friendly products we are taking steps to reduce our overall impact on the planet. Here at TF Tuned we only recommend products that we are happy to use ourselves and WPL’s Premium Bio-Based range really hits the mark!”

    By increasing representation globally with these formidable new partners, WPL will rapidly expand availability to more retail and online stores internationally. Riders and mechanics across the world now have the high performance and reliable products within reach, knowing that the full line is safe for the environment as well as their own health.

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