Fully Mobile Workshop - We come to you
Welcome to Blue Ice Auto Air Conditioning
Blue Ice Auto Air Conditioning is an Australian Family owned and operated business. Established in 1996, with over 30 years of on the job A/C experience.

Blue Ice Auto Air Conditioning specialise in the sales and service, installation and manufacture of air-conditioners for passenger vehicles and mobile equipment including cars, vans, trucks, earthmoving machinery, forklifts, hot rods and custom vehicles, refrigerated vans and small trucks.
Blue Ice Auto Air Conditioning operates a fully equipped and licensed (AU05394) mobile work shop enabling us to service your vehicle at your home, office or work site anywhere in Sydney's southwest region, spanning Bankstown, Liverpool, Smithfield, Ingleburn, Campbelltown, Camden and all adjoining suburbs.
Quick and prompt service Professional service Quality products 30+ Years of experience Going the extra mile
We are suppliers of Genuine and Quality aftermarket A/C parts to the local crash and mechanical repair industry, at competitive and comparable prices. Blue Ice Auto Air Conditioning also specialise in the design and manufacture of fully custom alloy pipes and hoses, in either chrome or polished alloy, polished stainless and braided hose or standard rubber hoses to suit your special application
At Blue Ice Auto Air Conditioning we Guarantee and Warrant all Parts and Labour Supplied for 12 months from date of repair.
Blue Ice Auto Air Conditioning guarantees and warranties all parts and labour supplied for 12 months.
This is the heart of your A/C system. The compressor is what takes the refrigerant(the gas) and pressurizes it so it will cool the air. It's run by an engine belt. The compressor also has an electrically operated clutch that turns the compressor on and off as you demand more cool air.
The condenser is like a miniature radiator, usually mounted at the front of the car right next to your engines radiator. Sometimes the condenser will have its  own electric cooling fan, too. The hot, compressed air passed through the condenser and is cooled. As it cools, it becomes a liquid.
The evaporator is another little radiator that does just the opposite task as the condenser. As the super-cool liquid is passed through its tubes, air is forced though and gets really cold, right before it hits your face. As it warms up again, the refrigerant starts turning back into a gas.
Thermal Expansion Valve
You don't always want to freeze your toes off, so the A/C system has a valve that controls the flow of super-cool refrigerant to the evaporator. This way you can regulate how cold the air blowing on you gets. There are a few types of valves in use these days, but they all do the same thing.
Drier or Accumulator
The drier, also known as the receiver-drier, is sort of the safety catch for your system. The compressor is only supposed to compress the gas form of your refrigerant. However, there's always a chance that some liquid could make it back that far. The accumulator catches this liquid before it can damage your compressor. Since even the tiniest leak or careless installation can introduce water (moisture) to the system, the receiver  drier absorbs this chemically, using what's called a dessicant (similar to that packet of "DO NOT EAT" that comes with electronics). The drier also has a filter that catches any gunk that might be in there.
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ABN 57 761 328 498 Stephen Mottershead
Mobile 0418 763 002 Email: steve@blueiceautoair.com.au