ENVE Air Pressure Station

ENVE Air Pressure Station

SGD 1,125.00 SGD 1,203.75 Save SGD 78.75

The ENVE Air Pressure Station is an automatic digital inflator that helps to seat, and accurately inflate any tire to within a .5% of a psi or bar. The Air Pressure Station connects to your existing air compressor, or bottled air and mounts cleanly on any wall or surface for an instant upgrade to your garage, service shop, van, or trailer. The unit features a digital interface, three tire pressure presets, tubeless tire/flat tire override function for safe and efficient tubeless tire seating, and a mobile device scannable NFC tag that directs the user to ENVE’s latest tire pressure recommendation charts. Unit includes a 15 foot coiled air hose, fittings, and custom ENVE adjustable presta valve air chuck.

• Air compressor or bottled air
• Bottled air regulator (if using bottled air)
• Compressed air supply hose
• Air supply hose fittings
• Wall mount hardware

Q: A:
Is the unit serviceable? The ENVE Air Pressure Station is serviceable but requires it being returned to ENVE for repair work.
Will ENVE stock small parts for the air pressure station? ENVE will carry replacement Presta Air Valve Chucks.  Replacement air hose small parts such as hose fittings and fittings can be purchased at your local hardware or industrial supply retailer. If internal components are damaged, your unit will need to be returned to ENVE for repair and calibration.
What is NFC? NFC is Near Field Communication a form of short-range communication technology that enables devices to exchange information with other NFC-enabled devices. Most Android and iPhone mobile devices are NFC capable.
What do I do if my mobile device will not read the NFC tag or doesn’t have NFC capabilities? Go to your phone settings and ensure that you NFC reader is turned on.


iPhone X and newer models have NFC capabilities that are always available and there is no on/off setting.

If your device doesn’t have NFC capabilities, visit: https://www.enve.com/en/tirepressure/

How much air pressure is needed to supply the inflation device for proper function? 120-140psi or 8.2 to 9.6bar
What if the Air Pressure Station fails to inflate or achieve my desired tire pressure? Your valve core may be clogged with sealant. Remove the core and either clean or replace you valve cores.


You might not have enough air pressure being supplied from the compressor or tank to the unit. Supply pressure at the regulator should be between 120-140 psi.

Certain valve stems and valve extenders are not compatible with the ENVE Presta Valve Air Chuck as the diameter of the valve stem or valve extender may be too large to allow the valve to be inserted into the air chuck properly. If you are in this situation, your options are:

1 ) Switch out your tubeless valve stems to ENVE tubeless valve stems

2 ) Switch out your valve extenders (ENVE Valve Extenders are NOT Compatible as the diameter is too large)

3 ) Swap out the air chuck to another model. Most air chucks or pump heads from a mid to high-end bicycle specific floor pump will work.

My air supply line does not attach to the unit’s supply fitting. There are two primary types of fittings. Industrial and Automotive. Each unit includes one of each. Automotive is installed, Industrial is supplied in the box. Swap the Automotive Inlet Fitting for the Industrial Inlet Fitting.


If the line attaches but leaks, it is likely that you have a rare “high-flow” female fitting and you will need to switch the fitting on your supply hose to a standard fitting. Standard Industrial or Automotive Female fittings can be purchased at your local hardware or industrial supply store.

What are the outlet hose dimensions if I need or want to replace it? The outlet air hose is 15ft w/ 5mm internal diameter and 8mm outer diameter.
Is the Air Pressure Station covered by Lifetime Incident Protection and what is the warranty? The ENVE Air Pressure Station is covered under ENVE’s 5 Year Manufacturer Warranty – This warranty covers manufacturer defects. The warranty does not cover damage to internal components as a result of exceeding maximum operating pressure of 145psi, contaminants from dirty air supply lines, or damage caused to the device as a result of impacts or abuse. Warranty does cover malfunctions defined as non-functioning buttons, presets, or LCD displays.