Aircond Flushing Service

Air conditioning flushing service is a maintenance procedure that helps maintain the air quality, cooling efficiency, and overall performance of air conditioning systems in vehicles. It can also prevent issues like bad odors and water leaks, contributing to a more comfortable and enjoyable driving experience. Regular maintenance of the aircon system is essential for the well-being of both the vehicle and its occupants.

Our Step for Flushing Air Conditioner

Refrigerant recovery machine
  • Flushing agent approved for air conditioning systems
  • Nitrogen or dry compressed air
  • An air conditioning manifold gauge set
  • A vacuum pump
  • Appropriate safety gear (safety glasses, gloves, apron)

Safety Precautions
  • Wear appropriate safety gear, including safety glasses and gloves.
  • Ensure that the work area is well-ventilated.
  • Follow all safety guidelines and regulations for handling refrigerants.

Recover Refrigerant
  • If your air conditioning system contains refrigerant, use a refrigerant recovery machine to safely recover and store the refrigerant. This is important for environmental and safety reasons.

Access the System
  • Locate and access the high and low-pressure service ports on the air conditioning system.

Connect Equipment
  • Connect the manifold gauge set to the service ports.

Evacuate the System
  • Use a vacuum pump to evacuate the system, removing any remaining refrigerant, moisture, and air.

Flushing Process
  • Follow the manufacturer's instructions for introducing the approved flushing agent into the air conditioning system.
  • Allow the flushing agent to circulate through the system, cleaning it of contaminants. This process may involve multiple cycles to ensure thorough cleaning.

Rinse and Drain
  • After the flushing process, use clean, dry nitrogen or compressed air to flush out any remaining flushing agent from the system.

Inspect and Replace Components
  • Inspect the air conditioning components for damage, wear, or signs of contamination. Replace any parts that are in poor condition.

Recharge the System
  • If you recovered refrigerant at the beginning, recharge the system with the correct amount of refrigerant using an air conditioning service machine.

Check for Leaks
  • Test the system for leaks by pressurizing it with nitrogen and checking for any loss of pressure.

Perform a Function Test
  • After the service is complete, turn on the air conditioning system to ensure it's functioning correctly and cooling as expected.

Recover and Recycle Waste
  • Ensure that any waste materials, including flushing agents and refrigerants, are collected and recycled in accordance with environmental regulations.

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