Carbon dioxide (CO2) is a naturally occurring resource and, when used as R 744 refrigerant, it is over a thousand times less harmful on the environment than the still commonly used refrigerant R 134a.
Moreover, it has an excellent cooling capacity, it’s not flammable and is readily available worldwide at low cost.
WAECO’s first ASC service unit for CO2 comes with a number of exceptional quality features.
For example, the ASC 7400 G is the first WAECO air conditioning service unit to be fitted with a seven-inch wide-screen monitor instead of the usual display.
The touch screen shows all system information at a glance and enables convenient fingertip data entry.
On top of this, the unit features USB, LAN and CAN bus interfaces for easy connection to the workshop software as well as a remote-control service function, an optional WiFi module and convenient software update by USB.
When the unit is connected to the internet, the functions can be retrieved directly from WAECO.
It is also possible to order spare parts directly online.
A key safety feature of the WAECO ASC 7400 G is that the unit automatically inspects the ambient air in the workshop.
If the measured values exceed those of normal breathable air by a maximum of two per cent, the air conditioning service unit switches off automatically.
Additionally, it reliably monitors the pressure conditions inside the service unit and the air conditioning system to eliminate potential dangers.
The “air conditioning service unit of the future” provides all the well-known advantages of the WAECO ASC series and is backed up by the comprehensive technical service the German air conditioning specialists have become renowned for.
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