We have 6 Air Conditioning Service Centres Around Melbourne
Our centres are located in Ravenhall, Hoppers Crossing, Point Cook, Werribee
We have over 15 years experience in the Automotive industry and can correctly diagnose and repair your car effectively. AC Air Conditioning understands that in today’s day and age where petrol prices and general cost of living is very high, we aim to repair your car as cost effective as possible.
Save money by servicing and repairing your vehicle with us, all work is guaranteed.
|Air Conditioning Servicing & Re-gassing
Cars (Small, Medium, Large, most makes & models)
Light Trucks (most makes & models)
Heavy Trucks (most makes & models)
Machinery (Mowers, Forklifts, etc.)
AC Air Conditioning, Will not only top up your cars air-conditioning system with refrigerant, as we are fully qualified to to test, service, repair & diagnose any faults or leaks in the vehicles air conditioning system, with every service we will provide you with a full test and check of all components in the air-conditioning system to ensure there are no leaks which could cost you money and cause harmful damage to the earths ozone layer.
|How Air Conditioning Works
|Air conditioning like it says ‘conditions’ the air. It not only cools the air, but also reduces the moisture content or humidity. The principles of evaporation and condensation are utilized in your car’s A/C system by a series of components that are connected by tubing and hoses.
There are six basic component of the A/C System:
The compressor, Condenser, Receiver-Drier, Thermostatic Expansion Valve, The Evaporator and Gas in the A/C system which is the refrigerant.
A number of people don’t realise that turning on the cars air-conditioning actually reduces the number of klms you can travel per full tank of your car. There is energy used in removing the heat and moisture from the air in the car, and this consumes petrol because of the extra engine load.
Refridgerant is a liquid capable of vaporizing at a low temperature. In the past, R-12 Refridgerant was used in cars. But this chloroflurocarbin (CFC) is harmful to the earths ozone layer. Consequently, all vehicles built after 1996 use R-134A, a more environmentally friendly refrigerant.