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A/C Pro announces two new products

Toni Avery
Apr 2, 2013

A/C Pro's parent company, IDQ Inc., has introduced two new products that make caring for your car's air conditioning easier.

A/C Pro with MAX-SEAL (ACP-105)

This new advanced version of the popular A/C refrigerant restores, stops, protects and conditions. MAX-SEAL restores lost R-134a refrigerant while also stopping rubber leaks and preventing metal leaks with anti-corrosive additives. With 25-percent more sealing additive, MAX-SEAL rubber gaskets and O-rings are sealed and seals are reconditioned.
A/C Pro with MAX/SEAL sells for $19.99 at most auto parts stores.

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A/C Pro ACP-400

Unlike MAX-SEAL, the ACP-400 is a brand new product, but is compatible with all standard R-134a refrigerant cans. The ACP-400 is a long-length reusable hose with a 40-percent larger dial for better readability. Recharging you cars air conditioning system has never been easier or less expensive with the affordable price point and greater hose length provided by A/C.
A/C Pro ACP-400 sells for $24.99 at most auto parts stores.

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For more information on A/C Pro products check out: Link

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