IMALCO is a brand in itself
With an industry expertise and continued service exceeding 3 decades across Qatar, Imalco has established itself as a household name for the people of Qatar. Renowned for representing only the elite world brands and exceptional service experience.
OUR CORE SERVICES
- Puncture Seal
- Puncture Permanent
- Tire Fitting
- Wheel Balancing
- Nitrogen Filling
- Computerized Wheel Alignment
- Vibration Control (Hunter System)
- Tire Rotation
- Tire Check Service
- Tubeless Tire Repair
- Camber Modification
- Tire Mount/Dismount (OTR/TBR)
- Industrial Tire Press
- OTR Tire Repair
STREET NO. 33, INDUSTRIAL AREA BRANCH
TYRE REPAIR | TYRE FITTING | WHEEL BALANCING
PUNCTURE SEAL | NITROGEN AIR | VALVE REPLACEMENT
- Ladies and elderly drivers
- Business professionals
- Customer commitment
Roadside Assistance Service
Mobile Roadside Tyre Assistance is available within the vicinity of the Doha City. This service is for non-accident related incidents only. Service is not available in Desert areas where our service vehicle cannot reach. If you have a flat tire, a qualified service provider will be dispatched to replace the flat tire with your inflated spare. If the Tyre was found to be extensively damaged, the Customer has the option to purchase a Tyre that is balanced onsite. The service is nominally charged and should be paid to the service provider when the service is rendered.
We Accept All Major Credit Cards including AMEX as well as Cash;
Imalco Customer Service Center,
Near Aziz Petrol Station.
800-1999 Toll Free
Phone: +974 6680 7444
Service In Charge: Nishaat Nazeem
Nitrogen for Tyres
One of a tyre’s primary tasks is to carry the weight of the vehicle. But anyone who’s ever had a flat knows that the tire doesn’t really carry the load…the inflation pressure inside it does! Using the right inflation pressure not only provides the acceptable load capacity, it also enhances the tire’s performance, durability and contribution to vehicle fuel economy.
Tyres are typically inflated with air that’s a combination of roughly 78% nitrogen (N2), 21% oxygen (O2), and 1% miscellaneous gases. And since all gasses expand when heated and contract when cooled, tire inflation pressures rise and fall with changes in temperature by about one psi (pound per square inch) for every 10° Fahrenheit change in temperature. This is one among the explanations it’s recommended that tire pressures be checked early within the morning before ambient temperatures, the sun’s radiant heat, or the warmth generated by driving causes the tire pressure to rise.