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GSF Car Parts grow air con programme


Date: 31-Mar-2017

With the clocks changed and summer coming over the horizon, GSF Car Parts has launched what they say is their ‘best ever’ line-up of air conditioning solutions.

GSF’s 2017 air con programme will be available to review in full in the spring issue of ‘Garage Essentials’ due out in April; that publication will showcase the comprehensive range of workshop equipment, available from members of The Parts Alliance.

This season’s air con machines include the latest labour-saving automation with advanced functions like leak detection, vehicle databases and on-board printers built-in.

New for 2017, there’s a choice of three fully automatic units from Bosch with the ACS511 and ACS611 joined by the ACS561 for R1234YF refrigerant. Prices start at just £1,995 + VAT delivered with the reassurance of 2 years warranty and the support of Bosch engineers.

Waeco’s pair of award-winning automatic German-made ASC units offer a simple choice between a unit for R134a and one for R1234YF refrigerant. Both are now offered at reduced prices for 2017 and bring the added benefits of extensive vehicle manufacturer approvals, plus a 2 year on-site warranty.  

For a limited time only, Waeco are also offering a free electronic cool box worth £100 too.

At the entry level, GSF can offer unbeatable value too. The fully automatic Kheos Plus, supplied with database and printer, is available at £1,599 + VAT to include free delivery, onsite commissioning, training and even one F-Gas licence.

“We’ve got the choice that garages are looking for, covering everything from really cost competitive packages right through to premium Waeco brand for those that want the peace of mind that comes from buying the best,” said John Wright, GSF’s Head of Garage Equipment and Customer Development.

“We can also supply ‘starter packages’ of gloves, goggles and leak detection equipment, as well as service, maintenance and onsite F-Gas training to really support garages in making the most of air con this summer.”

To find out more please contact your local branch, or read up on the details in the upcoming edition of Garage Essentials.

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