Vehicle Air Conditioning Repair
Fully trained air conditioning staff
With fully trained staff who can provide a vehicle or car air conditioning service, we have the capability to maintain, diagnose and repair your air con system. We can also offer an air conditioning recharge service We can perform a leak test on the air con system prior to an air con recharge with the correct lubricant and refrigerant levels.
Car air conditioning services
Our car air conditioning service covers air con units using r134a and r1234yf.
Air conditioning system How it works
A car air conditioning system keeps your vehicle cool and comfortable on hot days. It works much like your refrigerator at home. The system uses a special fluid called refrigerant that circulates through a closed loop of components.
First, the refrigerant starts in the evaporator, which is like a mini radiator located inside your car. Hot air from inside the car blows over the evaporator’s cold coils, cooling the air down. This cooled air is then blown into your car’s interior.
The refrigerant, now warmed up, moves to the compressor. The compressor is like the heart of the system. It squeezes the refrigerant, raising its temperature and pressure. This hot, pressurized gas then flows to the condenser, which is usually located at the front of your car.
In the condenser, the hot gas releases its heat to the outside air. As it cools, it turns back into a liquid. This liquid refrigerant returns to the evaporator, and the cycle begins again.
In simple terms, the air conditioning system removes heat from inside your car and releases it outside, making the air inside cooler and more comfortable. Regular maintenance, like checking for leaks and ensuring proper refrigerant levels, helps keep the system working effectively and your drives enjoyable.
Air con repair risks and dangers
Repairing a vehicles air conditioning system can be hazardous, even when its just and Air conditioning recharge so, it’s always something you should leave to the experts. A Vehicle air conditioning system contains a refrigerant gas, Freon (a CFC) which is not only harmful to your health but can also damage the ozone layer. This is why our technicians need to be trained and qualified. Letting harmful Freon refrigerant gas into the atmosphere can lead to fines and even jail. It’s not just car air con, this applies to all road vehicles or any air con using a refrigerant gas.