Tubeless Tyre Valves

Schrader was founded in 1844 when August Schrader opened a brass machine shop in New York. He went on to invent the standard valve core still used in today’s tyre valves. The tubeless tyre valve, also known as a Snap-In valve, was invented and patented by Schrader in 1951. The Schrader-branded valve is manufactured with ethylene propylene (EPDM) rubber, which features superior resistance to heat, ozone, and automotive fluids. Schrader is widely known as the inventor of the industry-standard pneumatic tyre valve, the patented valve used on every motor vehicle in the world today. The Schrader tubeless tyre valve consists of overmolded rubber on a brass stem. Air-tightness is achieved by a core and a sealing cap mounted on the valve.

Features Set
  • Schrader uses environmentally-friendly materials including low lead brass, and a compound which is highly resistant to ozone
  • All Schrader valves are 100% verified for air-tightness and 100% laser-marked for traceability
  • Schrader has 50 years’ experience in designing and manufacturing tubeless tyre valves, and has high market share among OEM and aftermarket customers
Value Proposition
  • Schrader’s tubeless tyre valves are compatible with nitrogen and puncture-repair fluids
  • Schrader’s tubeless tyre valves are designed to withstand high spin forces, and are tested on custom spin-test equipment in a thermal chamber
  • Easily mounted, with low insertion force
Technical Specifications
  • TR413, TR414, TR414L, TR418, and TR600 are in accordance with ETRTO standards
  • Air flow: > 6m3/H at 7 bars
  • Temperature range: -40°C to +100°C