Murray OK Tire

Сlimate Сontrol

Dec 18, 2015
HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning)
Most vehicles today come standard with an air conditioning system. Whether it is in your vehicle, home, office, or even you refrigerator they all operate on the same principal, namely to cool and dehumidify the air being delivered. Put simply, your vehicle’s air conditioning system removes heat from the vehicle’s cabin and releases it to the outside air through a three-step process that includes pressurization, condensation and vaporization.Think of when you step out of a shower or bath, your skin begins to feel cool regardless of the outside temperature as the water on your skin begins to evaporate, drawing heat away from your skin. The process of vaporization removes moisture and heat from the air in your vehicle, making cooler air available to be circulated by the blower fan.
One important point to note is the dehumidifying function of the process. Your vehicles Air Conditioning system needs to be kept in working order even when outside temperatures do not require cooling as the system dries the air being introduced into the passenger compartment, this is the reason the A/C system cycles when the defrost is selected on the vehicles climate control centre.The air being blown onto the windshield has been dehumidified. Otherwise moist air being blown onto the cold windshield will cause frost to form on the inside, a potentially unsafe situation.
Air Conditioning systems are generally fairly reliable when maintained properly.The system should have its refrigerant evacuated, filtered and replaced with new lubricant on a regular basis.Specialized equipment and training is required to do this as system pressures can be quite high (over 300psi) on the pressurized side (known as the high side) and can be dangerous to the untrained or unqualified individual.OK Tire & Auto Service locations invest in the latest equipment and our technicians attend upgrading courses regularly to ensure the most complete and professional service to your vehicle.


Truck and Coach Technicians and/or Class a Mechanics

Truck and Coach Technicians and/or Class A Mechanics – working as part of the Vehicle Service’s Team you will be responsible for a variety of duties relating to the repair and maintenance of vehicle’s including: Technical repairs, PM/Service, Field services, Diagnosis/Inspection and Customer Service.

Careers Journeyman Technician

Honestly Driven – all employees of OK Tire Stores know that providing exceptional customer service and quality workmanship is our number one priority.

Warehouse Manager

Seeking a dynamic, focused leader to oversee the operations of our Dartmouth warehouse.