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Returned Goods

No return goods will be accepted unless authorized in writing by Haltec Corporation. All return goods must be shipped prepaid to the factory, and are subject to a restocking charge. Special items are not returnable.



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Haltec Corporation, Salem, Ohio, warrants its tire valves and tire valve hardware to be free from defects in workmanship and materials for a period of 60 days from date of shipment from plant. Haltec will replace any item found to be defective, or, at its option, will refund the purchase price of such item, provided that notice of the defect is given by the buyer within 60 days from date of shipment. The foregoing warranty is in lieu of all other warranties, expressed or implied.


Tire and Rim Servicing can be dangerous, and should be done by trained personnel using proper tools and procedures. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has a safety standard for the servicing of single-piece and multi-piece rim wheels (OSHA std 29 CFR 1910.177) to include requirements for the safe servicing of rims used on passenger, truck, trailers, buses and off-road vehicle equipment.

All tire servicing should be performed by persons trained properly. Haltec has copies of this safety standard available upon request. Ask for the standard entitled "Servicing Single-Piece and Multi-Piece Rim Wheels." Failure to comply with these procedures as well as procedures recommended by Tire Manufacturers and Wheel and Rim Manufacturers may result in faulty positioning of the tire and rim and cause the assembly to burst with explosive force sufficient to cause serious physical injury or death. Haltec has developed a list of recommendations relating to the use of our products.


  1. Prior to any tire work, the valve core should be removed to exhaust all air from the tire/wheel assembly.
  2. Check the valve system by running a piece of wire through the stem to make sure it is not plugged. Tire/wheel assemblies are known to have contaminants in the assembly (dirt, dust, rust particles, etc.).
  3. Use only tools which are recommended in the Tire Manufacturers and/or Rim Manufacturers catalog for the type of rim being serviced.
  4. Use air servicing equipment that allows the person to stand outside the trajectory of the wheel and tire assembly.
  5. Where a core housing (for tractor or Super Large Bore Valves) is involved, never loosen or attempt to remove the core housing until the air pressure is relieved.
  6. When servicing an assembly with a core housing valve, use the proper inflation adapter for the intended service (310 Adapter for Tractor Service, CH-3 Core Housing, IN-80A for Super Large Bore, CH-8 or CH-16, Z12 for Z-Bore, MB-8 for Mega Bore, or IN-95 for SLB, Z-Bore and new Mega Bore with removable core housing.).