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MACS Reschedules 2021 Training Event, Trade Show

MACS will be offering online training programs during 2021 with details to come soon.

Registration Open For MACS 2021 Training Event, Trade Show

The MACS 41st annual Training Event and Trade Show will be held Feb. 3-6, 2021, at the Rosen Centre Hotel in Orlando.

MACS Petitions For Federal Cabin Cleaning Guidelines

MACS is requesting uniform standards for automotive repair service shops for sanitizing the cabins of vehicles.

MACS Hosts Successful 2020 Training Event And Trade Show

The event included more than 700 attendees, 37 speakers and 70 exhibitors, 14 industry award winners and a bit of NASCAR excitement.

MACS To Host Automotive Software & Electronics Boot Camp With Dr. Mark Quarto

The Automotive Software and Electronics Boot Camp with Dr. Mark Quarto will be held at the MACS training center in Lansdale, Pennsylvania, March 23-27, 2020.

MACS 2019 Training Event Trade Show Exhibit Space Sold Out

The MACS 2019 Training Event and Trade Show will take place Feb. 21-23 at the Anaheim Marriott in Anaheim, California. MACS Trade Show day will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 22 and will feature 72 exhibitors and 84 booths.

Registration Opens For MACS 2018 Training Event And Trade Show

In addition to training classes, the MACS 2018 Training Event and Trade Show includes a trade show, a golf tournament and multiple networking opportunities in relaxed social settings.

MAHLE Service Solutions To Showcase New ‘SMART A/C’ Technology At MACS 2016

The exhibit will prominently feature the ArcticPRO ACX1185 A/C service machine for vehicles that use R134a refrigerant, and the ArcticPRO ACX1285 machine for vehicles using the new R1234YF refrigerant.

Refrigerant Revolution: What R-1234yf Means for Service, Equipment, Safety

The new R-1234yf refrigerant is more than just a new jumble of numbers and letters on a label. For your shop, R-1234yf means several new procedures, a certification and new equipment in order to properly handle these new systems. Why the difference in handling and servicing R-1234yf systems versus R-134a? The reason is flammability. Don’t

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