Pressure Brake Bleeder

As of Jan. 2020 this pressure tank can now perform a cooling system pressure leak test as well . Kent's 2-in-1 invention. See below to purchase the pressure testing cap.

When used for bleeding or flushing your brake system, a single person can do a rapid fluid flush!  No mess and very efficient. Will work on all Mercedes from 1968 to 1995 - Also select 1960's models and most later chassis up to 2006 see list below: 25-minute video instructions are now included. Our pressure bleeder is modified and put together here in our shop. We take a specialized pump sprayer and add a reliable pressure gauge and a modified cap that will screw on the top of your master cylinder reservoir. We add a splice fitting 6 inches from the end of the hose when the cap attaches. This will allow you to connect different attachments to this pressure tank. Kent is constantly working on new uses for this "controlled" pressure tank. Currently, we have available an attachment kit and instructions that will allow you to set the injection pump timing on your older Mercedes diesel. See related products below for more information on this IP timing attachment kit and for other attachments available. Also listed below are other brake bleeding DIY kits, tools and supplies that can help you get your brakes fixed and operating at peak performance.  As seen on Cherry. CLICK HERE to watch the full video series on Kent’s R107 rolling restoration.

Pressure Brake Bleeder
Free Add-Ons Included:

Brake Bleeding Equipment and Procedures by Kent Bergsma - Download

Using Our Pressure Brake Bleeder and Capture Tank - On Demand Video

Product Details

2020 Cap Attachment Modification Explained

Pressurized system flushing or air bleeding is the preferred method, particularly on older cars where you would want to avoid damaging the seals in an old master cylinder or on newer ABS equipped cars where pressure bleeding is the only reliable way to make certain you get all the air out of your ABS controller and brake lines.  

Our pressure bleeder has a couple features not found on others in this price range. It has a release valve on the side that allows you to bleed off pressure without loosening the cap. That is very important as you would not want brake fluid spraying out and getting on your car's paint.  It also has the end change splice fitting as described above and the cap has a special standpipe that prevents overfilling the brake master cylinder reservoir. The bleeder tank also includes Kent's Pressure Brake Fluid Bleeder Instructions in PDF format.

JANUARY 2020 PRODUCT REVISION: We have revised the final section of hose with the attachment to the brake reservoir cap. This change was made to make it easier to remove the cap from the main hose, both to make it easier to screw on the brake reservoir and to change to one of our other attachments ( currently the new cooling system pressure test cap. Watch the video above by clicking on the white arrow and Kent will explain more.

Kent has developed some extras that can help you speed your brake bleeding process. He has also written a manual on how to work on your own brakes. Check out related products below for more information. 

Any time you bleed your brakes you will need absorbent pads or catch clothes for any spills. We have a great pack of incredibly absorbent pads you can add to your order. 

Also works on the following models from 1996 up through 2004 as well as the S Class W220 all the way up to 2006 Note: Will not work on the W211 chassis with SBC (sensotronic brakes)

  • Mercedes-Benz 500SEC
  • Mercedes-Benz 500SEL
  • Mercedes-Benz 600SEC
  • Mercedes-Benz 600SEL
  • Mercedes-Benz 600SL
  • Mercedes-Benz C220
  • Mercedes-Benz C230
  • Mercedes-Benz C240
  • Mercedes-Benz C280
  • Mercedes-Benz C32 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz C320
  • Mercedes-Benz C36 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz C43 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz CL500
  • Mercedes-Benz CL55 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz CL600
  • Mercedes-Benz CLK320
  • Mercedes-Benz CLK430
  • Mercedes-Benz CLK500
  • Mercedes-Benz CLK55 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz E300
  • Mercedes-Benz E320
  • Mercedes-Benz E420
  • Mercedes-Benz E430
  • Mercedes-Benz E55 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz G500
  • Mercedes-Benz S320
  • Mercedes-Benz S350
  • Mercedes-Benz S420
  • Mercedes-Benz S430
  • Mercedes-Benz S500
  • Mercedes-Benz S55 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz S600
  • Mercedes-Benz SL320
  • Mercedes-Benz SL500
  • Mercedes-Benz SL600
  • Mercedes-Benz SLK230
  • Mercedes-Benz SLK32 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz SLK320

Here is a picture bleeding the brakes on a 2000 E430.

It is interesting that the same cap threads have been used on almost all master cylinder reservoir caps from the early 1960's up to the mid 2000's. Below are a couple pictures showing how the pressure bleeder cap fits on some early 1960's models like the W108, W109 W110, W111, W112 and W113 chassis. If you have a reservoir that looks like one of the ones below then this pressure tank will work. Just be sure and not use too much pressure on these older reservoirs as they may leak fluid due to old rubber seals. 

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Beginning in 2020 Kent has devised another attachment that can connect to this pressure tank allowing you to do a radiator and cooling system pressure test. See related products below to purchase this separately

Here you can see the tank hooked up to a Coolant Expansion Tank.


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