Tag Archives: #MACS Member

Keeping the facts straight on R-1234yf


Whenever something new happens in our industry there can be misinformation. To make sure you are receiving accurate information on what is happening with R-1234yf stay in touch with news from the Mobile Air Conditioning Society (MACS) Worldwide. Here is … Continue reading

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MACS Section 609 Certification Test Class-Wed. Nov 9


More and more cars are being produced with R-1234yf. Do you know how to safely and legally handle the refrigerant? Take the time to learn at MACS Section 609 certification class Wednesday, November 9 at 3pm at MACS Training Center 225 … Continue reading

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Chevrolet Malibu keeps you cool with R-1234yf


By Steve Schaeber, MACS Technical Editor GM was the first manufacturer to sell a vehicle in the United States that uses the new R-1234yf refrigerant when they came out with the Cadillac XTS in 2012 as a 2013 model. Since … Continue reading

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MACS Mobile A/C Best Practices Class – October 21 Dallas Area


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Volvo A/C recall affects 43,000+ vehicles


  By Steve Schaeber, MACS Technical Editor Volvo Car USA LLC and Volvo Car Canada LTD (Volvo) on behalf of Volvo Car Group has decided to launch Recall R89707 on model year 2016 & 2017 XC90 & S90 vehicles. Condensation … Continue reading

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Ford A/C provides more than just cool air


By Steve Schaeber, MACS Technical Editor Over the years Ford has been at the forefront of automotive engineering and design, and not just in the styling and horsepower departments but with air conditioning, too. Back in the 1950’s they came … Continue reading

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Antique air by Denso, circa 1973


By Steve Schaeber, MACS Technical Editor Regular readers of the MACS WordPress BLOG know that we’ve been out and about lately, hunting down those vehicles that are new to the streets with R-1234yf refrigerant. Our travels this week brought us … Continue reading

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A small Δ in airflow = A BIG impact on A/C performance


By Steve Schaeber, MACS manager of service training Proper air flow across the heat exchangers in an air conditioning system is key to its being able to transfer heat efficiently. Problems with air flow can be caused by slow turning … Continue reading

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The latest on R-1234yf from MACS member Honeywell


By Steve Schaeber, MACS Manager of Service Training Rick Winick, Business Director, leads the Honeywell Fluorine Products Automotive Refrigerants segment. Rick and his team work to ensure global automotive OEM and aftermarket customers can turn to Honeywell as their long-term … Continue reading

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Denso uses A/C to alert drowsy drivers


By Steve Schaeber, MACS Technical Editor The basic technology has been around for a while now, going back at least 10 years on Toyota and some luxury car brands such as Mercedes, Lexus and Volvo, but this new concept by … Continue reading

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