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Mobile air climate systems association (MACS) formerly known as MACS Mobile Air Conditioning

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2022 Regional Training Events

In 2022 MACS will take our Training Events on the road. There will be three events. Tampa, FL February 4-5, Long Beach, CA, February 25-26 and Dallas, TX April 1-2. From experts who create repair processes to professionals in manufacturing, distribution, service and repair, these events allows all segments to connect and learn from each other.

Keeping the environment safe with a 609 Certification

Obtaining a 609 Certification ensures refrigerant can be recovered, recycled and disposed of properly. In addition, it keeps you in compliance with legislation and helps protect from fines.

One important note: 609 Certification is not skills training. Rather, it gives individuals the required knowledge on federal laws regarding the mobile climate control industry.

Empower with mobile air climate systems training

Whether diagnoses are inaccurate or customers have multiple comebacks, MACS customizes training to workers’ unique needs. With practical knowledge they can immediately utilize, industry workers will be empowered to get jobs done right—the first time.

Choose from in-person training at your facility, using your vehicles, or live online training.

Informing with ACtion magazine

With the latest industry advancements, changes and news, ACTION magazine allows the entire mobile climate control industry to continuously move forward. MACS members retain access to past publications to reference as needed. Experience a bit of what it’s like to be a MACS member with one free issue.


Gain more exposure with ACtion magazine

With the MACS ACtion magazine media kit, companies can advertise to 30,000 readers each month. Our readership is compiled of the largest database of service and repair product end-users in the industry.

Stay up-to-date with MACS and mobile A/C industry trends

As an ever-growing resource, the MACS blog helps auto technicians and mechanics gain practical knowledge. Multiple topics are covered, such as the basics of A/C and discussing specific problems as well as explaining federal requirements.

The pulse width modulated duty cycle signal

December 7, 2021

Several years ago, when vehicles using these compressors were just starting to show up at shops for service with some regularity, we were searching to find some detailed information about their behavior to use in clinics.  There was not a lot of it available, so we borrowed several vehicles and did some videos.  The following are some clinic slides produced from one of those videos.
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Bipartisan infrastructure package authorized $7.5 Billion for EV charging.

December 2, 2021

This week, the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) took the first steps in establishing programs for a national network of electric vehicle charging stations, as mandated in the bipartisan infrastructure bill passed earlier this year. 
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VIRTUAL AUTOMOTIVE SOFTWARE & ELECTRONICS FUNDAMENTALS BOOT CAMP

December 1, 2021

The boot camp will teach learners how to quickly create circuits and code software to build their own diagnostic tools or training aids. They will also learn how to control advanced vehicle systems for the purpose of diagnosing real (or simulated) problems. Automotive service professionals will develop skills to create simulators, demonstrators, and will also learn how simple electronic and software circuits can be used with the Scan Tool to develop circuits that can make complex diagnostics easier.
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