Starting the air conditioning recharge process begins with checking if the components of the air conditioning system are functioning properly. We examine the pressure within the system. The quantity specified in grams by the factory is necessary for the normal operation of the air conditioning system.

After checking the pressure, any remaining refrigerant is released from the air conditioning system (if present).

Next, we conduct a pressure test. If the pressure drops during the pressure test, it indicates a leak in the system, and it is not worthwhile to recharge it because the “AC gas” will escape. If the air conditioning system maintains pressure, then we evacuate the air conditioning system. Once the vacuum test is completed, we refill the air conditioning oil that was released during the evacuation. Afterward, we refill it with UV additive.

Then, we recharge the air conditioning system with the quantity specified by the factory in grams. Afterwards, we check the pressures and the temperature of the blown air.

The operating principle of the air conditioning system is that gas circulates within the network. It is not possible to create a completely closed system; there will always be gas loss. Therefore, the air conditioning system needs to be checked annually, and if necessary, the car’s air conditioning needs to be recharged. The pollen filter should also be replaced annually, and it is recommended to perform annual disinfection due to mites, fungi, and bacteria.

Annually, up to 15-20% of refrigerant can escape from the car’s air conditioning system. If the air conditioning cannot cool the air, it likely means there is too little or no gas in the system. In this case, the amount of AC gas needs to be reset to factory settings. Charging and refilling are done with R134a gas, which is the most commonly used refrigerant in the automotive industry. A contaminated pollen filter also reduces the efficiency of the air conditioning, so it is recommended to replace it annually during periodic servicing.

During the air conditioning season, we recharge and clean the air conditioning system with a short deadline to ensure you feel comfortable while driving as soon as possible. If you prefer not to wait, we recommend scheduling an appointment with our colleague by phone.

Bacteria and fungi can settle in a neglected, unclean car air conditioning system. These can cause allergic reactions, infections, or even pneumonia! The frequency of air conditioning cleaning depends on usage, but it should be done at least once a year by a qualified professional. Ozone air conditioning system cleaning is one of the most effective cleaning methods today if applied correctly. Its advantage is that with air circulation, it can reach most places, thus taking advantage of its antifungal and antibacterial effects. Ozone cleaning is very useful in preventing the spread of viruses, as ozone gas is one of the strongest disinfectants used, providing effective assistance in the fight against viruses, bacteria, and fungi adhering to the air and surfaces. There is no need for chemicals during ozone treatment, making the cleaning process environmentally friendly.

Our staff are registered, trained vehicle air conditioning technicians, so you can be sure that they will perform quality, professional work.