The latest Mahle Aftermarket air conditioning service units are equipped with an automatic leakage test function designed to prevent refrigerant from escaping.
In addition, the new A/C service units are available with special connector couplings that completely eliminate the risk of escaping refrigerant, according to Mahle GmbH.
Refrigerant analysis units from Mahle Aftermarket also recognize all common types of refrigerants, making it possible to recycle them by type.
The E3 technology in Mahle A/C service units is based on three components. With the patented E3 fill process, the air conditioning system can be filled regardless of vehicle and ambient temperature. With the E3 pump, the internal cleansing process for the vacuum pump, oil change intervals can be extended to up to 1,000 operating hours—an increase of tenfold. This means that the annual oil change no longer applies, with the benefit of shorter service times and lower costs. Thanks to the third component, the patented E³ connect couplings, the refrigerant can be fully recovered from hoses and service fittings.
“MAHLE’s A/C service units are now helping to make A/C service at workshops more safe, economical, and eco-friendly,” says Olaf Henning, corporate executive vice president and general manager for Mahle Aftermarket.
With its latest generation of A/C service units, Mahle Aftermarket says it is not only protecting the environment, but also expanding its range for workshop connectivity:
For more information, visit www.mahle-aftermarket.com.
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