Assembling a traditional tyre with ZEROFLATS requires some practice. In general, it’s the same as assembling a tubless tyre except that it may be more difficult that the tyre holds the air. With the following instrucions, it will be easier. If the tyre isn’t tubeless, you will need access to a compressor. You can try with CO2 cartridges but quite frankly, this is expensive, and doesn’t always work. And the pressure of the CO2 could make the sealant coagulate.
Hang the wheel so that it does not touch the ground throughout the process.
Attach the valve, without tightening. Using hands is sufficient.
Unscrew the valve core.
Assemble the tyre.
Make sure the beads of the tyre are well centered on the rim and it will be easier for you.
With a small brush, paint the inside of the beads of the tyre and rim with soapy water.
Do not apply too much water, just make the surface slippery which helps the beads locate on the rim.
Without applying the valve core, inflate the tyre with the compressor until it sits properly on the rim.
Let it deflate slowly. The tyre should be attached to the rim by the beads. Add a bottle of ZEROFLATS sealant via the valve.
Attach the valve core. Do not allow the wheel to touch the floor.
Inflate with any type of pump or compressor.