If it smells unpleasant from the A/C system, this is an indication of bacteria, germs, pollen or mold. This not only smells bad, but can also cause allergies.
A thorough cleaning is the only solution against such an infestation. The evaporator is particularly affected. Condensation creates a pleasant environment for bacteria and mold, which multiply here and catapulted into the passenger compartment by the blowers.
For this reason, the A/C system should be disinfected at least once a year, preferably in spring before the season when the A/C is in most frequent use. Cleaning every six months, i.e. in spring and autumn, would be even better.
The°A/C Cleaner°has a long probe that allows highly effective surfactants to be sprayed directly into the fresh air intake. This ensures that the active ingredients not only clean the ducts but also the air conditioner's evaporator. A protective film on the evaporator prevents the re-formation of bacteria, fungi and pathogensand ensures fresh, clean air with a long-lasting effects.
The best part is tits easy application without the need for additional equipment°or time-consuming disassembly. Only the dust and pollen filter need to be removed. With the instructions we provide, this is not a problem either. This means that the cleaner can also be used by experienced end users.
The Air Conditioner Cleaning Set°is specially designed for workshops. This includes a specially-developed compressed air gun equipped with a specially designed spray probe. This long, flexible probe allows for treatment of the entire evaporator surface.
The cleaner is applied with compressed air through a 360° nozzle, effectively cleaning the fins of the evaporator. The evaporator is not merely scented but is thoroughly cleaned and freed of deposits between the fins. With the A/C cleaner for workshops, you can safely and professionally remove all bacteria and fungi.