MACS Issues Recommended Air Conditioning Inspection and Preventive Maintenance Procedures

MACS Issues Recommended Air Conditioning Inspection and Preventive Maintenance Procedures

The technical committee of the MACS board of directors has produced the MACS Recommended Air Conditioning Inspection and Preventive Maintenance Procedures document to provide information and guidance useful to both consumers and service specialists.

The technical committee of the MACS board of directors has produced the MACS Recommended Air Conditioning Inspection and Preventive Maintenance Procedures document to provide information and guidance useful to both consumers and service specialists. The Inspection and Preventive Maintenance document helps the consumer understand that many factors can affect mobile air conditioning system operation, and early diagnosis of problems and proper service can help avoid component and system failures. The document also aids the service professional by providing a key checklist for checking system efficiency, integrity and performance.

“As part of our role as the recognized global authority for mobile air conditioning and heat transfer MACS has issued the preventive maintenance document and previously the recommended service practices document as a technical reference to the automotive consumer and service professionals,” explained Elvis L. Hoffpauir, MACS president and chief operating officer.

The preventive maintenance and recommended service documents can be found on the MACS website by clicking on the MACS Service Procedures and Consumer Information tabs. Visit www.macsw.org/service.php and www.macsw.org/consumer.php

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