CES (UK) is leading the way in the aftermarket for information about Tyre Pressure Monitoring Systems by publishing its own 20 page 'TPMS Handbook'. CES is confident that the publication will help improve technicians understanding of TPMS and the impact it will have upon their business. "At first TPMS can be quite confusing. Although the principle may seem straightforward, there are a number of different systems available. Also specific servicing procedures need to be followed. Our new publication covers all the essential information that technicians need to know" stated managing director Steve McCann.
The requirement for greater information became apparent after CES (UK) started to receive more and more questions from its customers. "We saw the importance of TPMS and have formed a strategic partnership with Schrader, one of the world's foremost TPMS manufacturers," continues McCann. "Now that customers know about the range of TPMS products we offer, we've started to receive more questions. Technicians clearly want to find out more about TPMS and what they need to get started. As emission specialists we are ideally placed to support what is, essentially, an emissions and safety related technology.
The recent changes to the MOT Test, include inspections of tyre pressure sensors if fitted (applies to new platforms manufactured after 2012). Later this year a tyre pressure monitoring system must be fitted on all brand new models that car manufacturers produce. “The demand from motorists for sensor servicing and repairs is going to rapidly increase as TPMS becomes a standard feature in more and more cars. Those that are early to offer TPMS services will have a clear advantage. Our new handbook provides a starting point for them."
The handbook is backed up by a specific TPMS section on this website. Through its partnership with Schrader CES can supply all the sensors, servicing packs, tools and diagnostic equipment required. “We’re aiming to offer a total TPMS solution with the most comprehensive range of TPMS product in the UK,” stated McCann. “Our range of sensors and servicing packs is constantly increasing to include the latest applications. Our in depth catalogue and next day nationwide delivery service means technicians can get exactly the part they need quickly. Backing all this up is our renowned passion for technical support and devotion to customer service.”
Free copies of the ‘TPMS Handbook’ can requested through the website -here- or call 0844 736 0577