The Tubeless Valves are available in the stem lengths of 40mm, 60mm, 80mm, 100mm and are a breeze to fit. There is a suitable valve solution for every rim depth.
The valve base can be securely mounted in the rim with a key(4mm) without over tightening. The shortened cone ensures a low installation height and thus more space for the the tire beads. Thanks to the large valve inner diameter (4mm), the tire can be inflated with air and sealing fluid particularly effectively.
Valve extension: What you need them for
Valve extensions offer the exact valve length for all rim heights - so the tube inflation is pleasantly simple. Especially if you want to use a high-profile rim for even more speed on a road bike, for example, you need a valve extension. Often, the actual valve of the bicycle tube used is clearly too short for the high-profile rim. The valve extension extends the original valve in a simple, safe and convenient way. Schwalbe valve extensions impress with thoughtful design, the best material properties and ease of handling.
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Schwalbe tubeless valve - easy installation and best performance
Schwalbe Tubeless valves offer with their stem lengths of 40, 60 and 100 mm not only easy handling and convenient mounting of tubeless tires for any rim height, but with the widened inner diameter of the valve foot also an improved flow of air and sealing fluid, such as the Schwalbe DOC BLUE Professional. The 4 mm valve foot width guarantees the best protection against valve clogging and ensures effective filling. With a 4mm hex key socket in the valve foot, it can be held in place for precise tightening of the rim nut for even easier and more precise assembly. Discover also the Schwalbe Tubeless rim tape, which is suitable for all wheels with tubeless approval and with a wide range of widths between 19 mm and 42 mm is also guaranteed to fit your tubeless assembly.
More on the subject of tubeless can be learned from Schwalbe in the technology / FAQ section.