We supply or supply and fit a wide range of cab air conditioning compressors for Car Van Motorhome Truck Bus Agricultural Tractor Combine Construction Plant Bull Dozer Loading Shovel Excavator Forestry Plant
Mobile Air Conditioning and Autoelectrical Service covering Shrewsbury, Oswestry, Whitchurch, Telford, Shropshire and Welshpool Mid Wales areas.
Telephone 01743 884888 or mobile 07703 558610 www.autoelectrics.net
The air conditioning compressor is the heart of the air conditioning system. Compressing of cold gas increases both temperature and pressure. The air conditioning compressor is normally engine driven via the auxilliary drive belt. As the engine rotates and provided sufficient refrigerant pressure exists, an electromagnetic clutch engages causing rotation of the air conditioner compressor pump allowing intake of cold refrigerant low pressure gas through the suction port, then raises refrigerant pressure and temperature, before high pressure refrigerant gas exits from the discharge outlet port causing a flow of refrigerant around the air conditioning system.
Commercial vehicle refrigeration systems may be powered by a diesel engine or electric motor and inverter.
The compressor can only compress gas.If liquid enters the compressor component damage will result.
The lubrication oil (POE is recommended for R134a systems) for the air conditioning refrigeration compressor is injected in to the refrigerant circuit during service. A refrigerant leak may cause loss of this lubrication oil and eventually result in compressor damage and seizure.
Supply of vehicle air conditioning compressors repairs to : Vans * Trucks * Minibuses * Coaches * Ambulance * Construction equipment * Quarry plant * Agricultural machinery * Marine * Motorhome
Moisture and liquid can damage AC compressors because moisture within the refrigerant circuit can mix with oil to form acids which corrode the air conditioner system components .
Refrigerant recovery by F-Gas certified personnel is a legal obligation for air conditioning systems containing R134a (and most other refrigerants) prior to removing an air conditioning compressor or refrigeration gas circuit component. System flushing is recommended before fitting replacement compressors. A Nitrogen pressure test should be carried out to check for leaks after fitting new components before refrigerant is added. Following system evacuation, a vacuum hold test is also advised prior to regas. Operational checks can be carried out after regas then final leak checks.
Compressor parts available for
BEHR , BOSCH , CALSONIC, CHRYSLER, DENSO, FORD, GM, HITACHI, KIKI, MAGNETTI MARELLI, MATSUSHITA, MITSUBISHI, PANASONIC, SANDEN SD6V08, SD6V12 , SD7B10, SD7H15 , SD7V16, SD508,SD709, SELTEC, SEIKO SEIKI, TECUMSEH, YORK, ZEXEL,
Oem Manufacturers names or part numbers used for reference purposes only.
Shropshire - Shrewsbury - Atcham - Alberbury - Bayston Hill - Dorrington - Church Stretton Craven Arms - Hadnall - High Ercall - Shawbury - Market Drayton - Pontesbury - Rowton - Halfway House - Wem - Whitchurch - Much Wenlock - Ludlow - Oswestry - Whitchurh - Ellesmere - Abermule - Newtown - Telford - Shifnal - Cosford - Albrighton -Newport - Mid Wales : Welshpool - Middletown - Trewern - Guilsfield - Ardleen - Berriew - Llanfair - Poolquay - Churchstoke - Pentre -
We welcome air conditioning enquiries.