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Automobile Air Conditioning Equipment Terminology

AC units are an important luxury for many motorists. Cooling the air in an automobile is a complex process. Air conditioning installation and repair should only be accomplished by a certified HVAC specialist. Even if you are not a certified HVAC specialist, it is important to understand how the equipment in your vehicle operates. In order to understand automobile air conditioning, you must understand key terms associated with it.

  • Evaporator – An evaporator causes refrigeration of warm air. Warm air enters the evaporator, and the refrigerant within absorbs the heat from the air. Conversely, the warm air absorbs the cold from the refrigerant. This process also leeches moisture from the formerly warm air.
  • Compressor – The compressor extracts refrigerant, which has begun to boil and turn into vapor because of the absorbed heat, from the evaporator. The vapor is pressurized, which causes its temperature to go even higher.
  • Condenser – The condenser receives the hot, pressurized vapor from the compressor. This part cools the vapor, turning it back into a warm liquid.
  • Receiver-drier – The receiver-drier collects the warm liquid from the condenser. This part dries and filters the refrigerant.
  • Thermal Expansion Valve – Because of the varying temperature and consistencies of refrigerant found in the receiver-drier, the thermal expansion valve easily gets a supply of adequately cooled liquid. The thermal expansion valve carries this supply back to the evaporator. In some AC equipment, an orifice tube is present rather than a thermal expansion valve. Both of these parts can become clogged with debris, and a thermal expansion valve has small components that can suffer from corrosion.
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    Air Conditioning Contractors of America
    Arlington, VA 22206
    Our association of air conditioning contractors work together to improve our industry, promote good practices, and keep buildings and automobiles safe. Our association promotes the work of our contractors.
     
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    Auto Equipment Solutions
    1700 Cumberland Point Dr Se Ste 20, Marietta, GA 30067
    Our center carries all of the automobile air conditioning equipment you need. As a professional staff, we are proficient in all areas, including installation, refrigeration, and more.
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    (770) 980-0022
     
    User Review: "It is a pleasant surprise to deal with a company that goes the extra mile to help solve your problem. Although they did not..." - Justin (GA)
    Aero Automotive
    4725 Canton Rd, Marietta, GA 30066
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    (770) 926-9050
     
    User Review: "I love taking my car here and I recommend this place to anyone. They try to do whats best for the customer. They dont try..." - S (GA)
    Ski Mechanical Inc.
    12460 Crabapple Rd, Alpharetta, GA 30004
    Heating and air conditioning are what we do! Offering heating and air conditions systems from Carrier. We have serviced Atlanta's heating and air conditioning needs for over 16 years.
    (404) 692-7067
    Carter Mike
    524 Marietta St Nw, Atlanta, GA 30313
    (404) 524-2577
    A & B Car Repair
    3120 Sylvan Rd, Atlanta, GA 30354
    (404) 761-1030
    Davis Garage
    2985 Central Ave, Atlanta, GA 30344
    (404) 761-1506
    Autotech
    4788 Old Dixie Hwy, Forest Park, GA 30297
    (404) 362-0340
    Audi VW BMW Honda Toyota
    4780 Frontage Rd, Forest Park, GA 30297
    (404) 608-1000
    Cool-It Auto Air & Heat
    1480 Veterans Memorial Hwy Sw, Mableton, GA 30126
    (770) 819-0102
    Barber Auto Repair & Air Conditioning
    7358 Southlake Pkwy, Morrow, GA 30260
    (770) 961-2300
    Hurst Auto Service
    7032 Jonesboro Rd, Morrow, GA 30260
    (770) 961-8500
    Avondale Auto
    4681 Redan Rd, Stone Mountain, GA 30083
    (678) 558-4487
    Duece Auto Service
    3443 Lawrenceville Hwy, Tucker, GA 30084
    (770) 939-9112
    Georgia Applied System
    6262 Church St, Riverdale, GA 30274
    (678) 489-6826
    Georgia Applied Systems
    6148 Pinegrove Rd, Riverdale, GA 30274
    (678) 489-6381


    It can get pretty hot in a car, just like in a home, especially at the peak of summer. Air conditioning units that come with most new cars cool everything down, allowing for a more enjoyable driving experience. Sometimes these systems can break down, either due to a needed replacement part, or due to plain old age. Handy DIYers can install or fix their own automobile's air conditioning system using kits purchased from an auto supplies store or online. Car and truck owners choose to hire a qualified mechanic to handle this job. Certain equipment and supplies are needed when it comes to ACs, such as pumps, diagnostic gauges, and vacuums. Many things can go wrong with the air conditioning, including the refrigerant, compressor, condenser, valves, and gaskets. Some things need to be replaced, while other times, an overhaul is required of the whole system. Sometimes, just maintenance is needed to keep an AC system in good working order. Driers, radiators, accumulators, hoses, and seals are all needed for a car's AC unit to work. Consequently, refrigerant is needed to keep things cool. Mechanics, used car lots, and dealerships may buy in bulk from automobile air conditioning equipment wholesalers so they have enough supplies to stock their shelves. General consumers can purchase the parts they need through an auto parts repair store, and even online. Websites may detail full product lines, featuring items like switches, leak detection kits, and fluorescent dyes. The Internet also offers DIYers helpful articles on how to change auto AC unit parts.
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