Does Coolant Affect Air Conditioning

Does Coolant Affect Air Conditioning?

The article, “Does Coolant Affect Air Conditioning?” explores the potential effects of coolant on air conditioning systems. Many people are unaware of the fact that coolant can have a significant impact on the efficiency of their air conditioning system. The article discusses the pros and cons of using coolant in air conditioning systems, and provides readers with information that will help them make an informed decision about whether or not to use coolant in their own system.


So, why does coolant affect our air conditioning? Well, engine coolant is made up of an antifreeze which needs to be heated in order to convert it to a gas, and this is achieved through a ‘heat exchanger’ (or radiator) located in the radiator. In your car’s radiator, some of the coolant evaporates in this process and this forms a layer of water over the metal fins of the radiator, trapping the heated gas produced by this conversion. The engine coolant in your radiator takes the hot air produced by the engine and heats it up, which then circulates through your vents and keeps you cool. The gas that the radiator creates after your coolant is heated is a gas similar to air, and this is known as ‘blast hot air’ or ‘convected hot air’ and this is why it can be so cold in your garage even after it’s turned right up! Let Nettoyer Automotives know your problems in the comment below!