Professional Mobile Car Air Conditioning Service In Canberra Cost From $250
What A/C system consists of
- Compressor: The compressor is a pumpdriven by a belt attached to the engine’s crankshaft. When the refrigerant is drawn into the compressor, it is in a low-pressure gaseous form. Once the gas is inside the pump, the compressor lives up to its name. The belt drives the pump, which puts the gas under pressure and forces it out to the condenser.
- Condenser: The condenser is basically a radiator, and it serves the same purpose as the one in your car: to radiate heat out of the system. The refrigerant enters the condenser as a pressurized gas from the compressor. The process of pressurizing the gas and moving it to the condenser creates heat, but air flowing around the twisting tubes of the condenser cools the refrigerant down until it forms a liquid again.
- Receiver-Dryer: But first, the refrigerant needs to be prepped for the evaporator. As it moves out of the condenser, the liquid goes through a little reservoir installed in the line. This receiver-dryer contains desiccants and small granules that attract water.
- Thermal Expansion Valve (TXV): The high-pressure liquid refrigerant flows from the receiver-dryer through the expansion valve, where it is allowed to expand. This expansion reduces the pressure on the refrigerant, so it can move into the evaporator. The valve senses pressure and regulates the flow of refrigerant, which allows the system to operate steadily, but the moving parts of the valve can wear out and sometimes require replacement.
- Evaporator: This is where the magic happens. While all the other parts of the system are located in the engine compartment, this one is in the cabin, usually above the footwell on the passenger side. It also looks like a radiator, with its coil of tubes and fins, but its job is to absorb heat rather than dissipate it.
Refrigerant enters the evaporator coil as a cold, low-pressure liquid, ideally at 0 degrees, which is why you don’t want any water in the system. The refrigerant doesn’t freeze at this temperature, but it does have a very low boiling point. The heat in the cabin of the car is enough to make the R-134a in the evaporator boil and become a gas again, just like water turning back to steam. In its gaseous form, refrigerant can absorb a lot of heat.The gas moves out of the evaporator — and out of the passenger compartment of the car, taking the heat with it. A fan blowing over the outside of the evaporator coil blows cool air into the passenger compartment. The refrigerant in gas form then enters the compressor, where it is pressurized and the whole process starts all over again.
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Our Car Air Conditioning Services Include:
- Air conditioning system Diagnose & Repairs
- Recharge the system
- Servicing Air con system
- Mobile Air con services
At Advanced Mobile Autocare, our mobile mechanics can effectively repair Your A/C system anywhere in Canberra. With over 14 years of experience in the automotive industry, our mobile mechanics will go through the diagnosis process properly to locate the issue. Advanced Mobile mechanics will get deeper into the problem, to ensure our customers’ vehicles get the actual problem fixed at a very reasonable price.
Why choose the mobile mechanics from ADVANCED MOBILE AUTOCARE for Your A/C system repair & maintenance:
- Mobile convenience
- Fast turnaround time
- Detailed diagnosis of problems
- Long lasting lifespan
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