Where does TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems) come from?
TPMS legislation (TREAD Act) was passed in the United States back in 2007 due to the need for vehicle safety and maintenance. There was an increased need for public safety due to road accidents and the NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) required that all cars made or sold in the USA be fitted with TPMS sensors by 2008.
TPMS lends a hand to drivers in sustaining vehicle tire pressure and contributes to vehicle safety and performance.
The United States Federal government has enforced the need for TPMS due to these and many other safety and environmental factors.
ATEQ TPMS :
ATEQ is the number one world supplier in the TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System) field by supplying an entire range of TPM activation tools for both assembly lines and tire repair shops.
Thirty-five years after its creation, ATEQ is now a $50 million global company with offices in 22 countries. ATEQ engineers sell and service the TPMS line to more than 5000 car assembly manufacturers and suppliers.
TPMS Trigger Tools range :
ATEQ has just introduced the world's first TPMS product line for tire repair shops that is able to activate TPMS sensors from all manufacturers. In addition ATEQ has also developed the first easy to use internet synchronization software that enables customers to upgrade their TPMS tools with new sensor protocols.
TPMS Tool Universality :
ATEQ supplies car manufacturer’s assembly lines with TPMS sensor activation systems.
ATEQ has access to the most up to date technology on the market as well as the latest TPM sensor protocols.
This means that with ATEQ you are guaranteed that your TPMS tool will always be in the fore front of what's available at any given time.
TPMS Support :
ATEQ is one of the largest companies in the TPMS industry. ATEQ can supply and service our products all over the world thus providing excellent service standards to our customers.
Having a global advantage in the market enables ATEQ to guarantee customer satisfaction in both the quality of the instrument and the level of service and technical support our customers need.
Reference customers :
Reference TPMS customers include: Ford, GM, Chrysler, Toyota, Nissan, Honda, Mitsubishi, Mazda, Subaru, American Suzuki, Hyundai, Kia, Samsung, Daewoo, Renault, Peugeot, Citroen, Iveco, Land-Rover, Volskwagen, BMW, Mercedes, Audi, Fiat, Schrader, TRW, SmartTire, Continental and Siemens.