So that the Climate in your Vehicle is just right
So that the Climate in your Vehicle is just rightThe new MAHA Air Conditioning System Service Equipment MAC 2000
The new MAHA Air Conditioning System Service Equipment MAC 2000 Air Conditioning Systems in Cars are becoming ever more Popular More and more vehicles are equipped with them. In regions of the world which have warmer climates they are already standard equipment. And even in central Europe, air conditioning systems are no longer considered a special feature, but are listed as standard. And this, inspite of the increased fuel consumption required. Especially high performance cars are equipped with this feature, but increasingly smaller models also have it. As the slogan goes, “Once you have it you never want to be without it again.” In fact, it is very pleasant to drive in an air conditioned vehicle when the outside temperatures are hot. The driver can concentrate on driving, meaning that air conditioned cars provide an additional safety feature for drivers and the environment.
Consequences for the Service Sector
If it is true that already 60 to 70% of all cars have air conditioning systems installed, the service aspect becomes essential and commercially interesting. This cannot be done without air conditioning service equipment. Fully automatic units like the MAC 2000 save money. The mechanic is not tied to the vehicle during the fully automatic service procedure. MAHA is offering the MAC 2000 (MAC = MAHA Air Conditioning Unit) as a new addition to its product program. This replaces the earlier model RS2. An announcement for the future: this type of air conditioning service equipment is being planned for commercial vehicles – to round out the delivery program.
New MAHA Air Conditioning Service Equipment MAC 2000
All the service steps on the cooling system of the vehicle’s air conditioning system are executed fully automatically: recovery of refrigerant, recycling of it, (cleaning of solids caused by friction etc. separation of oil without which the compressor will not work properly), residual pressure measurement and evacuation, charging of oil for the compressor and refrigerant with UV additive (with filling quantity compensation of the service hose). Leakage control is also part of the cycle. The large filling cylinder (heated, 15 kg content) favors quick filling and cleaning which is part of the MAC 2000 service package. The 500-ml old oil container facilitates longer exchange intervals. A measurement value printer, which is standard with diagnostic and service units, documents the data. There is also a charging quantity database and operator guidance with large display and manometer.