Professional Pneumatic Brake Bleed with Accessories Damaged Packaging
This bleeding Kit is designed for one person bleeding of brakes and effortlessly bleeds any hydraulic system, single handed operation.
Quick, clean and efficient, now this tedious chore can be accomplished in minutes.
The one way valve incorporated in the 2 meter long clear silicon tube prevents air returning into the brake system whilst brake bleeding.
How it works. Very simple, connect the the bleed nipple connector to the bleed nipple. Connect your air line to the trigger assembly. Loosen the bleed nipple and depress the trigger on the unit. As the air goes through the unit it creates a vacumm and this is what draws the fluid through the brake lines. As the unit creates the vacumm, look at the clear plastic tubing that connects the bleed nipple to the unit. Once the fluild in the tubeing is is clear and with no bubbles in it, the brake system has been bled. Tighten the bleed nipple and then disconnect the nipple connector. Job done. Just repeat the same on the remaing calipers or drums to fully bleed the braking system.
Tip: Always start bleeding the brake system at the caliper or drum that furthest away from the maser cylinder.
This item is brand new however the Packaging is damaged so it is a great deal, not to be repeated. There is no returns policy on this item. Whilst extra care is taken during the packaging process, we cannot accept liability for damage that may be caused during transit. All products carrying this disclaimer are pre-checked and where necessary, added protection is introduced prior to packing and despatch. There is no warranty offered in these items. Get it before it's gone!
- Brand : Neilsen
- Type : Pneumatic brake bleeding kit
- Capacity : 750 ml
- Length of tube : 2m clear tube
- Prevents : Air entering brake system
- Faultless one-man operation
- Fast fluid replacement
- Fits all vehicle hydraulic systems
- No contamination
- PCL air line connector
- 2m clear tube
- 750ml capacity fluid exractor
RRP - £49.99
- Packaging is damaged (See Last Picture)