Polyair Springs are excellent value, being the most economically priced suspension aid product on the market. They frequently are lower in price than replacement or overload springs and air shocks. Since price varies with application, refer to the current price list.
The Polyair Spring is a suspension add-on to original equipment springs. Some kit numbers will require temporary removal of spring for installation.
Original equipment springs tend to sag from wear or from overloading. Each Polyair kit is designed to level the vehicle to the original designed height with up to 500kg of load. Some vehicles can be raised an additional 25mm when inflated with maximum air pressure and carrying minimum load.
Due to low air pressure requirements, Polyair's can be inflated using a hand pump or service station hose, as you would fill a tyre. All kits include air hoses for easy inflation of dual air valves.
Polyair's have a 24 month, unlimited km warranty. Any defective part will be replaced free, provided the kit has been correctly installed and correct inflation pressures have been adhered to.
The ride can be tailored to meet the driver’s personal comfort by increasing or decreasing air pressure. If air pressure is increased in proportion to the load, ride quality should not change.
Polyair's are made of a highly durable urethane material, which has outstanding wearing characteristics in desert-hot to sub-zero temperature extremes. When properly inflated, they will provide years and years of trouble-free service.
Not if they are functioning properly. In fact, Polyair's will actually increase the life of the shock absorber.
Anyone who uses a vehicle for more than just basic transportation. For example:

Trailer owners

To support weight and stabilize suspension.


To support weight of samples, catalogues etc.

Holiday makers

To support weight of passengers and equipment.

High performance enthusiast

Suspension stability and chassis tuning.

Maintenance fleets

To support load of tools and repair parts.

Military vehicles

To improve steering, handling and stability to the extent that the vehicle is safer.

Recreational vehicles

To support load of permanently mounted equipment and accessories.

Four wheel drive

To prevent suspension damage.

Front mounted equipment vehicles

To support load.

Ambulance fleet

To maintain stability and comfort for patients and staff.