Save money with our combined R134a air conditioning regas and anti-bacterial treatment special offer. Most vehicles registered before 1st Jan 2017 use R134a refrigerant, those registered after this tend to use R1234yf refrigerant.
Anti-Bacterial Treatment & Recharge Service
Make sure your car’s air conditioning is working at its peak with an anti-bacterial clean and an air con recharge from ATS Euromaster. By booking the two services together you can be sure that you’re getting the cool, crisp air that you need on a hot day.
About our Service
ATS Euromaster offers anti-bacterial treatment and air conditioning services for the two key types of refrigerant used in modern vehicles (R134A and R1234yf). Generally vehicles registered before 1st January 2017 use R134A refrigerant and those registered after this date tend to use R1234yf refrigerant.
You can ensure your air conditioning system operates as originally designed, with regular maintenance. Here are some common reasons why your air-con might not be working.
Terms & Conditions: Prices shown online are for combustion engine vehicles only. Please contact your local Centre to request a price for a regas for an EV or Hybrid vehicle. We can provide a regas service for vehicles using either R134a (or R1234yf refrigerant at selected Centres). Your vehicle handbook will identify which air conditioning refrigerant your vehicle requires but generally vehicles registered before 1st January 2017 use R134A refrigerant and those registered after this date tend to use R1234yf refrigerant.
Why have an air conditioning clean and recharge at the same time?
We recommend having your car’s air conditioning recharged regularly to keep it in good, working condition, but if you haven’t had your air conditioning system cleaned for a while chances are that it may need a treatment from bacteria build up and benefit from the preventative anti-bacterial measures in our solution.
If your air con system components have bacteria present, you might notice a distinct smell coming through the vents when your air conditioning is running. By booking the two services at once you’ll be able to enjoy effective, cooling and fresh smelling air con in the future.
How often should I have a recharge and have an anti-bacterial treatment?
Air conditioning system checks and recharges are recommended by most vehicle manufacturers after the vehicle is two years old and then annually thereafter, to make sure that the refrigerant gas is topped up at the correct level for maximum system effectiveness. Anti-bacterial treatment do not have a set time period for when they should be carried out, however it’s common for them to be required if the air conditioning system has not been used for an extended period, or if unpleasant smells come from the system and in conjunction with any recharge.
As a general rule, if you notice that your air conditioning emits a nasty smell, chances are that it is as a result of a bacteria build-up in the system and it’s time for an anti-bacterial treatment to freshen things up.