Rotary Announces New A/C Recharging Equipment Line

Rotary Announces New A/C Recharging Equipment Line

Through its partnership with TEXA, Rotary will launch three new models in the spring of 2023.

Rotary, part of Vehicle Service Group (VSG), a Dover company, announced the launch of its new line of fully automatic A/C diagnostic and recharging equipment through Rotary’s recently announced partnership with TEXA.

Unveiled for the first time at the recent 2022 SEMA Show, the new Rotary product line provides North American automotive service professionals with a quick, efficient and cost-effective way to recover, recycle and recharge R134a and R1234yf refrigerant gases, the company says.

There are three models launching in spring of 2023:

  • The single-gas R3AC50-A (R-134a refrigerant compatible)
  • The single-gas R3AC60-YF (R-1234yf refrigerant compatible)
  • The industry-leading dual-gas R-3AC80-AYF (both R-134a and R-1234yf compatible) that automatically purges between gas changes

These A/C machines, coupled with Rotary’s unparalleled service and support network, are an absolute game-changer,” said Ian Wendler, vice president and general manager for VSG Americas. “We look forward to hitting the market this spring with a product that will increase the amount of work shops can perform – and revenue that can be obtained – as we head into the busy A/C season.”

“Based on the high level of excitement and interest that was generated during their debut and demonstration at this year’s SEMA show, it’s clear we have something that automotive service professionals will want to get their hands on sooner rather than later,” Wendler added.

For more information, visit Rotarylift.com/ACCart

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