CORGHI’S AIR-CONDITIONING RANGE
Corghi is continuing to diversify
Corghi has announced that it will commit to bringing the TECNOMOTOR by Corghi range of automotive air-conditioning service equipment to Australia.
“Globally, Corghi is on an aggressive acquisition program,” Corghi Australia General Manager, Andrew Cornwell, said.
“We’ve aligned with the NEXION Group, and this is providing us with numerous opportunities to increase our product range to ensure we have a solution to fit every workshop profile.”
This latest offering, the TECNOMOTOR by Corghi range of service equipment for automotive refrigerants, is designed specifically for cars and light-duty vehicles.
The range comprises of two fully automatic models, the A/C 1600 suitable for refrigerant R-134a and the A/C 1605 designed for vehicles in which R-1234yf refrigerant is used to charge the cooling system.
The TECNOMOTOR by Corghi range allows the operator to select between manual and automatic functions for recovery, recycling, and recharge and are suitable for hybrid vehicles.
“All models feature an easy-to-read seven inch, 800×480 pixel TFT-LCD RGB display, as well as WiFi and BlueTooth connectivity,” Andrew said.
“While those with a ‘P’ suffix in the model number indicates that these models come with a printer.
“This gives workshop owners the option to provide their customers with a detailed service report.”
Working in either manual or automatic configuration, the TECNOMOTOR by Corghi automotive air-conditioning service units will complete a total of four critical functions: oil and refrigerant recovery, vacuum, micro-leak test, and finally, a new oil and refrigerant charge.
“Both models feature an integrated heating band and a large 12kg capacity refrigerant tank that is easily assessable through a rear door to speed up unscheduled maintenance,” Andrew said.
“As well as a rotary compressor with recovery efficiency that exceeds 98 percent.”
For more information, visit www.corghiaustralia.com.au or call the team on 1800 CORGHI (267444) or visit Corghi Australia’s new facility located at Unit 5/8 Cooper Street, Smithfield NSW 2164.