Is your AC on the fritz? Stop in at Master Muffler’s Downtown Salt Lake location. We know that summers in Salt Lake can be excruciatingly hot. If you’re just relying on the breeze from your rolled-down windows to keep you looking and feeling cool, you’ll be vastly disappointed.
Air conditioning is a unique system inside of your car. Although the air conditioner’s compressor is attached to the engine via the serpentine belt in order to propel the whole system, the rest of it is closed and isolated from the rest of your car’s mechanics. Surprisingly, air conditioners work in the same way just about everywhere; whether you’re looking at a small unit placed in your window, the vents in your car, or a system cooling your whole office building. A refrigerant (in this case, freon R-134A) is compressed and expanded in turn. During the expansion process, the freon quickly changes from liquid to vapor, cooling air which is quickly fanned through the vents.