Quick delivery!
Thursday, May 13th, 2021

At Air-Seal we want our customers to be able to use their tyre sealant as quickly as possible which is why we try our hardest to have it delivered within 2 working days. There are no guarantees but we try our best!

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Not all about tyre sealant!
Wednesday, April 28th, 2021

After 3 years of not shooting clays and our MD, Alex Burnand, came out of retirement to take this years Somerset County Trap (Clay Pigeon Shooting) Championship, pushed hard by Abby Ling, Alex held on forcing Abby to have to shoot a straight on her last layout, Alex came out 1 ahead in the finish with a score of 88 to Abby’s 87.  Good effort Alex.

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Alex Clay Shooting

Spring Newsletter
Monday, April 26th, 2021

Take a look at our first newsletter, giving you an insight into the world of Air-Seal. Click more info to view.  

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A-SP Newsletter - Heavy Duty - Downtime

Friday, December 4th, 2020

Please be aware that Mr Stephen Richmond from Air-Seal Installations no longer works for our company and is not connected to Air-Seal Products Ltd in any way. If in any doubt or you have any concerns please contact our Managing Director Alex Burnand on 01823 674411. Air-Seal Installations our sister company is still fully operational. Please share this post

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One In Three Parents Putting Their Kids At Risk By Driving On Dangerous Tyres
Thursday, October 15th, 2020

Almost one in three parents could be driving their kids around on dangerous tyres, according to new research from Protyre. The alarming findings come from a new online YouGov survey commissioned by Protyre – the UK’s fastest growing tyre retailer– as part of this year’s nationwide Tyre Safety Month. In the YouGov survey, Protyre found that just under a third of British parents with children aged 18 and under who own a car admitted to only checking the safety of their tyres every three months or less, with some not checking them at all. Further survey findings showed that parents

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Safety on the road

End of furlough celebrations
Friday, September 25th, 2020

The team managed to squeeze in a celebratory socially distanced bbq a few weeks ago to celebrate the end of furlough and also their 20th year in business. Not quite the challenge of trekking Mount Snowdon as planned but fingers crossed for next year.  

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Air-Seal Team

Export work continues in the Middle East
Tuesday, August 18th, 2020

We are delighted the connection with our overseas customers in the Middle East still continues throughout the pandemic. 240 pails of Heavy Duty tyre sealant all wrapped and ready for shipping last week.

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Saudi Shipment

We have a new distributor in South Africa
Wednesday, June 17th, 2020

Welcome Air-Seal SA Air-Seal Products Ltd are pleased to announce our new South African distribution partnership with Air-Seal SA. After many months of hard work, negotiations and dealing with the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic we are very excited to have the new South African team on board. We look forward to further strengthening our position within the South African market. Further information and updates can be found on their official Facebook page

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Business as ‘Un’Usual
Wednesday, April 15th, 2020

We’re settling into our new normal here at Air-Seal Products HQ and home offices. Our Managing Director of many talents will continue his role over the next few week as Chief Dispatcher to ensure all our customers stay puncture free. Thank you to all our loyal customers for your continued support. Stay safe everyone.

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Punctures - Downtime - Air-Seal

Cost of potholes rises to £1.25 billion
Tuesday, March 31st, 2020

UK motorists spent a total of £1.25 billion repairing pothole damage to their vehicles over the last year, reveals research published today by Kwik Fit1, the UK’s largest automotive servicing and repair company. With more than 10.8 million drivers damaging their vehicle due to poor road conditions over the last 12 months, the cost over the last three years totals an astonishing £3.4 billion. The average bill for each of those motorists affected over the last year was £115, covering repairs to components such as tyres, suspension and wheels. Kwik Fit believes that the total cost identified by the research

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