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05May

There is a multitude of compressor designs being used across the vehicle fleet, and even some certain models could be fitted with different compressors. That is why it is important…

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03Mar

This course describes “Best Practices” service and repair methods pertaining to mobile A/C systems. Its “Boot Camp” style approach delivers “everything you need/nothing you don’t” in a fast-paced, highly informative…

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03Mar

Join MACS for our live Section 609 test prep webinar for refrigerant handling training and certification.  The webinar will take approximately 90 minutes. After the webinar, technicians will take a…

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02Feb

MACS is changing things up for 2022.  We will be holding smaller, regional Training Events in several cities during the first quarter of 2022.  This event at the Long Beach…

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01Jan

We covered a base line test conducted with 0% air contamination and provided pressure and temperature information.  This week we will provide pressure and temperature information experienced with 7.7% air contamination and 18.9% air contamination. 

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01Jan

Join MACS for our live Section 609 test prep webinar for refrigerant handling training and certification.  The webinar will take approximately 90 minutes. After the webinar, technicians will take a…

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01Jan

MACS is bringing the best in mobile A/C training to Tampa, FL on February 4 and 5!
Space is limited. Register today!

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01Jan

Attend the best mobile air conditioning training classes available!

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12Dec

To help service shop owners, MACS has created a 30-page consumer guide for your customers that explains how their car’s engine cooling system and air conditioning system works. “Getting to know your car’s air conditioning and engine cooling system,” details how these vital climate systems work and why they may require an extensive repair.

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12Dec

Join MACS for our live Section 609 test prep webinar for refrigerant handling training and certification.  The webinar will take approximately 90 minutes. After the webinar, technicians will take a…

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