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THE GAS IS ANALYSED TO CHECK THAT IT IS
COMPONENTS ARE INSPECTED AND CAB BLOWERS
PRESSURES ARE CHECKED FOR HIGH AND
ASSESS OUTPUT TEMPERATURES USING DIGITAL
REMOVE REFRIGERANT FROM YOUR SYSTEM IN
TO A RECOVERY BOTTLE . THE REFRIGERANT
IS THEN MEASURED BY WEIGHING THE
CONTENTS WITH DIGITAL SCALES.
PRESSURISE SYSTEM WITH
OXYGEN-FREE-NITROGEN TO CHECK FOR LEAKS
LEAKS ARE FOUND, THE SYSTEM IS VACUUMED
TO REMOVE AIR AND MOISTURE OUT OF THE
THEN INJECTED IN TO THE SYSTEM TO
LUBRICATE THE SYSTEM COMPONENTS.
VIOLET DYES CAN ALSO BE INJECTED TO HELP
TRACE ANY FUTURE LEAKS.
SYSTEM USING R134A REFRIGERANT TO THE
CORRECT MANUFACTURE SPECIFICATIONS.
RE-ASSESS SYSTEM PERFORMANCE AND INSPECT
DEPENDING ON THE AGE OF VEHICLE,
ADDITIONAL CHANGES ARE ALSO
REQUIRED: FILTER DRIER RENEWAL AND
POLLEN FILTERS CHANGED. FILTER DRIERS
AND POLLEN FILTERS ARE RELATIVITY CHEAP.
BOTH ITEMS REQUIRE CHANGING EVERY 2
A properly functioning
air conditioning system makes for a
safer more comfortable driving
experience. Most probably not so well
known is that the air conditioning
system in your vehicle is not a fit and
forget item. When new your system will
work as well as the manufacturer
intended, but given time the system can
gradually degrade to an unacceptable
Air Conditioning is not
only for hot muggy days. When used in
the colder months it will keep the front
screen from misting as de-humidified air
is passed over it.
Air Conditioning systems
should be "exercised" for at least 10
mins a week to enable oil to reach all
seals to prevent them from drying and
shrinking and also to lubricate the
moving parts of the compressor to avoid
costly replacements and repairs.
Is your air conditioning
failing to provide its original
As your car air
conditioning system ages, you may notice
the freshness of the air provided
deteriorating. Whenever your air
conditioning is operating, moisture in
the air condenses on the system's cold
surfaces. Whilst most of this moisture
drains harmlessly away, some of the
moisture remains within the ventilation
system after your A/C has been turned
This residual moisture
provides the ideal living environment
for naturally occurring airborne fungal
mico-organisms, mildew and mould.
Recent national media
attention has been focused on a new
driving phenomenon named 'Sick Car
Syndrome' which scientists believe is
caused by the build-up of bacteria.
Trapped within the ventilation system,
these colonies can combine to produce
unpleasant odours and potentially