ATLAS TPMS Sensors Grant Tire Independence

The TPMS sensors of ATLAS are the backbone of tire pressure monitoring systems. With both standard and large bore options (on valve or internal), a sensor is available for any pneumatic tire application. Around-the-clock monitoring of the tires helps maximize tire and fleet performance—easy installation on any tire offers complete tire independence when making tire decisions.

ATLAS hub temperature and wheel loss sensors offer additional safety for vehicle health monitoring.

TPMS Sensors can Grant Tire Independence

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TPMS Sensors can Grant Tire Independence

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ATLAS Sensor Family

ATL2-PGTEHL. Large Bore Sensor – suitable for OTR (Off-The-Road), Earthmover machines.

ATL2-PGTEHL. Large Bore Sensor – suitable for OTR (Off-The-Road), Earthmover machines. Image Credit: Tough Tech

ATL2-PGTEH. Standard Bore Sensor – suitable for commercial vehicles up to 188 PSI.

ATL2-PGTEH. Standard Bore Sensor – suitable for commercial vehicles up to 188 PSI. Image Credit: Tough Tech

ATL2-PGTEL. Light Van Sensors (left on image) – suitable for light commercial vans up to 88 PSI.

ATL2-PGTEL. Light Van Sensors (left on image) – suitable for light commercial vans up to 88 PSI. Image Credit: Tough Tech

ATEX TPMS Sensors

ATL2-PGTIH. Internal TPMS Sensor – suitable for OEM fit or Tyre Service Provider.

ATL2-PGTIH. Internal TPMS Sensor – suitable for OEM fit or Tire Service Provider. Image Credit: Tough Tech

ATL2-PGWL. Wheel Loss and Hub Temperature Sensor – for additional safety.

ATL2-PGWL. Wheel Loss and Hub Temperature Sensor – for additional safety. Image Credit: Tough Tech

ATL2-PGWLM. Mini Wheel Loss and Hub Temperature Sensor – for additional van safety. I

ATL2-PGWLM. Mini Wheel Loss and Hub Temperature Sensor – for additional van safety. Image Credit: Tough Tech

Easy Installation of ATLAS TPMS Sensors

TPMS Sensors can Grant Tire Independence

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Removing the tire is not required for installation, allowing the machine or vehicle to remain in operation during vital operating hours. This is especially significant in the OTR environment, where a few hours of downtime can result in expensive lost revenue. This is also true for commercial vehicles that have missed a crucial delivery time slot.

ATL2-920 T-Valve

TPMS Sensors can Grant Tire Independence

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Recommended for installation with ATL2-PGTEHL Industrial Large Bore Sensors

  • The T-valves are suitable for use on all large bore (Earth mover), metal valves and standard metal commercial valves (Truck)
  • The T- valve screws over the existing valve, forming an airtight seal
  • The T-valve allows constant monitoring of tire pressure via the sensor, so there is no need to draw air and risk blocking the valve with sealant. There is also no need for technicians to make pressure adjustments by forcing air down the valve chamber
  • The sensor sits permanently in the required position while regular inflations are performed through the second valve outlet. Installation is simple and easy, with no need to touch the sensor
  • T-valve is a low-cost solution that proactively prevents problems
  • Reduces the need for pressure inspections and is re-useable following tire and valve changes
  • Comes with two large bore metal caps

ATLAS TPMS Sensors Across the Whole Fleet

Any tire, vehicle, machine, or brand; complete tire independence across the whole fleet. The flexibility of TPMS offers the freedom of choice when negotiating tire contracts. There is one TPMS solution for all tires and for managing all machines.

TPMS Sensors can Grant Tire Independence

Any tire, any vehicle any brand. Image Credit: Tough Tech

ATLAS TPMS Sensors – For Connected TPMS

With TPMS sensors installed on a connected fleet, there is a wealth of data that provides insight into the entire fleet's tire performance, enabling the user to make informed decisions quickly. Including wheel loss and hub temperature sensors offers improved safety while in motion.

Alert Notifications

ATLAS Notifications are provided via email and mobile app.

TPMS Sensors can Grant Tire Independence

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ATLAS Range of Accessories

TPMS Sensors can Grant Tire Independence

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