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New Snap-on A/C Equipment And Tools Catalog Now Available

The new Snap-on Air Conditioning Equipment and Tools catalog is now available, featuring an assortment of Snap-on products to help service technicians complete A/C jobs quickly and efficiently.

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The new Snap-on Air Conditioning Equipment and Tools catalog is now available, featuring an assortment of Snap-on products to help service technicians complete A/C jobs quickly and efficiently.

“After such a rough winter, our customers will be servicing a good number of HVAC systems and the new Snap-on Air Conditioning Equipment and Tools catalog will help them find the right tools to take advantage of these business opportunities,” said Dan Batassa, category manager for Snap-on. “One of the featured items in the catalog is a real game changer. Our innovative hybrid-capable vehicle A/C service system can properly and safely service both hybrid and non-hybrid vehicles.”

The Snap-on KOOLKARE Plus (EEAC325BH) helps recover, recycle, evacuate, leak test and recharge R-134A systems quickly and accurately. It meets the SAE J-2788 standard of 95 percent refrigerant recovery and ±0.5 ounce charge accuracy, which saves money on refrigerant and call backs. This hybrid system features many time and money-saving features including an intuitive user interface that guides the technician through the complete service process, automatic air purge, and a filter-life monitor alarm that alerts when preventive maintenance is required.

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The new Snap-on Air Conditioning Equipment and Tools catalog also features service tools, manifolds, test gauges, flaring kits, leak detection and thermometers. For a limited time, special pricing is available on many of the showcased items.

Customers can find out more about the Snap-on Air Conditioning Equipment and Tools catalog by contacting their participating Snap-on franchisee or representative or by calling toll free 877-SNAPON-4 (877-762-7664).

 

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