By Steve Schaeber, MACS Manager of Service Training If you were Section 609 certified before 2015 and you’re scrambling to find your card to buy refrigerant this Spring that’s fine, but after you calm down and get a shiny new … Continue reading
Longtime MACS member Gus Swensen serviced this 1957 Bentley yesterday, he got their A/C back in shape at Cool Car Auto Air of Columbus, GA.
By Chris Tyson, MACS Heavy Duty Contributor Our fleet includes more than 180 pieces of equipment, and while we implemented a periodic inspection program many years ago, there are still times when job requirements make it impractical or inefficient to … Continue reading
By Dave Hobbs, MACS Technical Correspondent Ethylene glycol (EG) was green back when I was a young tech, and its formula is fairly obsolete now. Its technical name is IAT (Inorganic Additive Technology), which contained Borates, Phosphates and Silicates. Silicates … Continue reading
By Paul Weissler, MACS Senior Technical Correspondent Every engineering group of every car company wants exclusivity, and that often extends down to the smallest things. Then the corporate purchasing teams for the parts departments look them over and decide there … Continue reading
The new refrigerant purchasing rules that took effect January 1, 2018 have had service shops, distributors and the MACS office in an uproar. At the MACS office, the faxes, emails, phone calls and mail deliveries never stop. Every technician wants … Continue reading
By Keith Leonard, Esquire. While not for the first (or the last) time in United States history, the current administration has announced the imposition of tariffs on imported steel and aluminum (though not as to steel and aluminum imported from … Continue reading
The MACS trade show has always been something special among automotive service exhibitions. It’s a place where you see parts, tools and equipment for mobile climate control and vehicle cooling systems that you won’t see elsewhere. And you usually first … Continue reading