Snap-on Air Conditioning Equipment and Tools Catalog

2010 Snap-on Air Conditioning Equipment and Tools Catalog Now Available

If you are looking to increase your air conditioning business this spring and summer, look no further than Snap-on. With hundreds of innovative and efficiency-enhancing tools to choose from, Snap-on offers a comprehensive line of air conditioning and service equipment.

If you are looking to increase your air conditioning business this spring and summer, look no further than Snap-on.  With hundreds of innovative and efficiency-enhancing tools to choose from, Snap-on offers the most comprehensive line of air conditioning and service equipment on the market today.  

“With the amount of business opportunity available in A/C service, we wanted to make sure that our customers have the tools they need to be the most productive they can,” said Dan Batassa, category manager for Snap-on.  “Working with feedback from our customers, Snap-on has developed air conditioning tools and service equipment that can make a real difference, making you the most productive and efficient you can be when performing A/C work.”

The 2010 Snap-on Air Conditioning Equipment and Tools Catalog is now available, featuring such hot tools as:
• A/C Refrigerant Recovery, Recycling and Recharging Systems;
• Refrigerant Identifiers;
• Accessories for A/C Recyclers;
• Filter and Compressor Oil Change Kits;
• Vacuum Pumps;
• Manifold Test Gauge Sets;
• Electronic Leak Detection;
• UV Leak Detection;
• UV Leak Detection Lighting;
• A/C Service Tools; and
• Thermometers.

Customers can get a copy of the Snap-on 2010 Air Conditioning Equipment and Tools catalog by contacting their participating Snap-on franchisee, visiting www.snapon.com or by calling toll free 877-SNAPON-2 (877-762-7662).

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