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Internal Membrane

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The membrane is made up of thousands of tiny, hollow fibers, “straws” if you like, bundled and glued at the ends. Air is forced through them and, along the way; the oxygen and water molecules permeate the wall of the fibers and exit the cartridge while the nitrogen molecules carry on into the tire. It’s simple in operation but a complex product to develop and manufacture.