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Car Air Conditioning

Aircon Regassing

Air Conditioning flush machine.
Air Conditioning flush in action.
From
$225
incl GST

Air Conditioning systems should be serviced once a year.

If there is a leak in an air con system moisture can gain access and react with the oil to form acids.

Our aircon regas machine is able to remove and replace old oil and gas, ensuring your aircon continues to provide you with clean cool air.

Aircon Disinfecting

From
$140
incl GST

Bacteria and fungi cause unpleasant smells in the ventilation channels of the air-conditioning system and on the vehicle interior.

Our disinfection procedure and product kills moulds and bacteria quickly and reliably, preventing the development of unpleasant odours and allergic reactions in vehicle interiors.

Disinfecting using anti-bacteria silver ions provides long term protection from micro - organisms.

Cabin and Pollen Filters

Pollen filters remove fumes and pollutants from the atmosphere. If it is not changed it stops being effective plus the mould growth that builds up can smell stale and damp. This can also make us sick.

Warning
Not servicing your Air Conditioning system can lead to damage. A service should be carried out once a year!

Diagnostics & Repair

Air Conditioning faults is a two-part process with two separate costs.

  1. Diagnose/Service
  2. Repair

In order to test a system after it has stopped working it must have the correct volume of gas.

We connect the system to a servicing machine that removes any air and remaining refrigerant. It vacuums the system for 20 minutes and fills the system with the correct amount of refrigerant.

With the correct amount of refrigerant, the system can be checked for faults and operation.

Diagnostic Cost

  • Aircon Regassing from $225.
  • Time taken to diagnose, if needed?

Repair Cost

  • Parts.
  • Labour.

Facts about Air Conditioning

Aircon systems on average will lose 7% of their refrigerant in the first year of operation. In the second year with less gas the compressor must work harder and the over-all temp of the system increases. As a result, the loss the next year can be as high as 14%. The process will continue until the compressor breaks or a low-pressure switch shuts the system down.