Dill Air Controls Products Has New Air Pressure Gauge at the SEMA Show

Posted on November 3, 2017
Tim Beene is pictured with a display of TPMS products made by Dill Air Control Products at the 2017 SEMA Show.
Tim Beene is pictured with a display of TPMS products made by Dill Air Control Products at the 2017 SEMA Show.

A digital air pressure gauge with a backlit display is just one of the new products displayed in the Dill Air Controls Products LLC booth at the 2017 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show.

The other new products are a motorcycle tire gauge with a 90-degree angle on the head and a tool for removing corroded valve stems for passenger vehicles.

Regional Sales Manager Tim Beene says the company’s air gauges for tires and tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) installation tools are made in the U.S.A.

Beene says the company is best known for its TPMS products, which include caps, cores and valve stems, service kits and preprogrammed REDI-Sensor brand sensors.

But Dill Air Controls Products offers more to the automotive aftermarket. Among the products the Oxford, N.C.-based company makes are aftermarket trailer TPMS systems, truck service gauges (also made in the U.S.A., Beene notes), a full line of chucks, inflators, truck valves and tire truck valves, and truck valve installation kits.

For more information, visit the company’s website.

The 2017 SEMA Show takes place in Las Vegas Oct. 31-Nov. 3.

Related Topics: 2017 SEMA Show, Dill Air Controls Products LLC, TPMS

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