The sub-zero tubeless solution.
For their Sub Zero Tubeless Sealant, Orange Seal uses a combination of premium latex and what they have dubbed "nanites". These nanites are solid particles of various sizes that work with the latex to quickly fill holes up to 1/8” in size and slices up to 1/4”, even in temperatures as low as -20°F. Orange Seal's recipe is formulated to be as light as possible to keep rotational weight to a minimum and is made from eco-friendly, biodegradable ingredients. Since cycling can take you to many different locales, this sealant is also designed for extreme altitudes as well as temperatures.
16 oz bottle. Orange Seal recommends using 1 - 2 oz. of sealant for use with road tires and 4 oz for 29” MTB tires. Claimed sealant life averages 60 - 180 days before needing replacement.
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