Air Conditioning RECHARGE

Air Conditioning Recharge and Aircon Regas

The car air con system is probably the largest respite for most car owners driving in the heat in the summer. Yet, it is also one of the most underappreciated components of the car itself. So when you're considering the purchase of that cool car, be sure to get as much information as possible about your car's air-con system.

As the name implies, car air con leagues function by drawing in coolant gas from underneath the hood, and pumping it into the engine. This refrigerant gas is cooled, which means it contains less moisture - another positive effect for your car's interior. Without an air con, your car would not be able to cool off; instead, all the coolant sitting in its reservoir would boil out, creating a gummy mess that would not only cause an unpleasant taste in your mouth but also, quite obviously, be extremely dangerous. Thankfully, however, car air con regassing systems come with features that allow them to both cool and clean air safely and efficiently.

The first point in any regassing system's story is that it needs proper air flow. Air flow is important because it allows the refrigerant gas to move through the lines at the proper speed. This ensures that no leaks spring up in time, and that you will be able to drive away in your vehicle. Proper intake and exhaust port placement are also important you should need to visit masterclutch, as poor intake ports can lead to leaks. With these features in place, car air con regasts are an essential safety feature for anyone driving in hot weather.

Next, you need to consider the level of moisture in the air con system. Moisture is caused by varying amounts of humidity in the surrounding air. If there is too much moisture, then condensation will form on the exterior surfaces of the appliance, causing it to work harder to keep cool. In this situation, the car air con system will have to work even harder, using more energy to cool down the interior surfaces and draining the moisture from the refrigerant gas. Replacing your low refrigerant evaporator will prevent this from happening.

Whatever your motoring requirements, we aim to cater for you.