Peter Coll from Neutronics walks through the automotive industry’s newest air conditioning refrigerant, R-1234yf. Topics covered include why we as an industry are choosing to change refrigerant standards again, what R-1234yf is, how fast it is being adopted by the OEs, SAE standards and equipment recommendations, and the challenges the technician will face in dealing with R-1234yf.
R-1234yf Online TrainingView Course
This training program consists of three short videos hosted by Paul DeGuiseppi, former manager of service training for the Mobile Air Conditioning Society (MACS). It will cover system servicing of R-1234yf, as well as service equipment requirements, ensuring that automotive technicians have a working knowledge of how to service vehicles that use R-1234yf, which replaces R-134a. Participants will receive a certificate of completion at the conclusion of the program. The videos in the series are based on the SAE International standard J2845 “R-1234yf Technician Training for Service and Containment of Refrigerants Used in Mobile A/C Systems.