Robinair launching new A/C units for aftermarket service

by | Aug 22, 2018 | 0 comments

Robinair will present its new AC1x34-5i and AC1234-5i A/C aftermarket service units at the Automechanika trade fair in Frankfurt, Germany. The new entry-level unit ACM3000yf for R1234yf refrigerant will also be presented.

The new fully-automatic AC1x34-5i and AC1234-5i A/C service units combine maintenance and repair functions in one. These units ease the workflow in the shop and feature increased performance over the units they replace.Robinair ac unit

Key is that the release of non-condensed gases is now controlled electronically. Within short time, these units recover 99 percent of the refrigerant. Electronic pressure and temperature controls ensure refrigerant filling with a precision of charge of 15 grams. The dual-stage vacuum pump featuring a flow rate of 170 liters per minute is particularly powerful as well. This makes the units suitable for quick and efficient maintenance – even in case of larger air conditioning systems used in light commercial vehicles and trucks.

An independent and hermetically sealed fresh-oil injection system prevents mixing of different oils. There is even an integrated flushing program and a hose-flushing system. With all of these features, the new high-end units can be used for A/C services on vehicles with combustion engines and those with electric drive..

With its innovative graphical user interface, the colour display provides workshop staff with clear operation and monitoring of the units while guiding the operator through the maintenance procedure. An optional smartphone app allows monitoring of the device status and the work progress remotely.

Maintenance of the A/C service units is also improved, with better access to inner components.

Both of these new A/C service units – that is, AC1x34-5i and AC1234-5i – feature the same basic functions as other units of the high-end line. Optionally, they can also be equipped with an integrated printer, an automatic leakage tester, possibilities to connect them to Bosch Connected Repair or the ASA network as well as device monitoring via smartphone app.

Besides this new line of efficient A/C service units, Robinair is also presenting its new automatic ACM3000yf A/C service unit for air conditioning systems filled with R1234yf refrigerant.

Based on the well-proven ACM3000 entry-level unit, the new unit includes all important functions for economical and straightforward A/C services. ACM3000yf supports workshop mechanics at all required air-conditioning service tasks and performs precise refrigerant recovery, recycling and filling in a fully automatic manner.

Among other details, the unit is also equipped with an automatic flushing function for non-condensed gases and an integrated oil injection bottle. A printer being available as an option can also be connected.

For more information, visit www.robinair.com.

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