R1234yf Refrigerant for Car Air Conditioning

R1234yf is a synthetic HFO (hydrofluoroolefin) refrigerant developed by DuPont and Honeywell. It is a successor to R134a for car air-conditioning systems. The reason R1234yf refrigerant is being introduced as because it has an very low global warming potential (GWP), with a rating of less than 1. This means that one kilogram of R1234yf released to atmosphere has a significantly …

Car Air Conditioning Recharge

Why do I need a Car Air Conditioning Recharge ? If your car’s air vents are blowing out nicely chilled air when you turn the air conditioning on and if that happens without a strange smell and in a reasonably short space of time – then the answer is you don’t need a car air conditioning recharge. However, when Polar Airconditioning get involved …

How Car Air Conditioning Works

If you have ever wondered how your car air conditioning works, then here we run through the basics of a typical aircon system. Air conditioning does several things to condition the air passing through a space, in this case the driver and passenger area of your car. Although you may have though the air is only being cooled, the moisture …