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Automotive Air conditioning Repair


Air conditioning like it says conditions the air. It not only cools it down, but also reduces the moisture content, or humidity. A number of people dont realise that turning on the air conditioning actually reduces the number of KM per litre of your car. There is energy used in removing the heat and moisture from the air in the car, and this consumes fuel because of the extra engine load. Anybody can imagine if Air conditioning is not working properly then it lends to extra engine load which increases the running cost of a vehicle.

So it is important to get the Air conditioning repaired / serviced by a trained professional. While looking to explore potential in Air Conditioning because of non-availability of trained professional in this specific area, Windshield Weld started Air conditioning repair which includes replacement of parts if necessary. Windshield Weld – an entity dedicated solely towards the repairing first than replacement of any automotive product.

How it works :

Air conditionings main principles are Evaporation and Condensation, then Compression and Expansion. To the engineer and physicists they talk of thermodynamics - but well explain it in our own way here: 

· Evaporation: You may have noticed that if you rub a little surgical spirits on the back of your hand, then your hand will feel cold. Why is that? Its evaporation. It is because the spirits on the back of your hand start to evaporate. As the spirit evaporates, it takes away heat from the surface of your skin.

·  Condensation: Have you ever noticed when somebody walks in from the cold into take-away wearing glasses, their glasses steam up? Why is that? Its condensation. The moist air of the take-away cools as it contacts the cold surface of the glasses and the air have less capacity to hold moisture, so it condenses into water on the glasses.

·  Heat of Compression: Have you ever noticed that when you pump up a bicycle tyre with a hand pump, the end of the pump gets hot? This is because the energy that you have put into the air by pumping it has not only compressed it, but has also caused the air molecules to push closer together so giving off heat with the friction. 

·  Compression: At some point all gases will eventually become liquid. An example of that would be a can of deodorant - its liquid inside the can (because you can hear it when you shake it) but is a gas when it comes out and hits your underarm. The pressure inside the can is higher, so the propellant inside is liquid.

· Cooling by Expansion: Going back to the deodorant, you will notice also how cold it feels thats because the propellant has just expanded in volume quickly.

The fluid that passes around the whole system is the refrigerant. The refrigerant can evaporate at a low temperature, and then condense again at a higher pressure. In the bad old days, R-12 was the refrigerant used in almost all cars. It was widely available, however it was found to be a contributor to the hole in the earths ozone layer as it was a chlorofluorocarbon (CFC). These refrigerants were discontinued, and all cars after 1996 use a non-CFC fluid called R-134A which is kinder to the environment

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In 2011, while looking to explore the potential beyond replacement of automotive windshield glass to save the environment, KUBER AUTOMOTIVE PVT. LTD.
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