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Our products are engineered and tested to provide years of trouble free operation. Backed by over 50 years of mobile a/c experience, fix it once and fix it right with Four Seasons.
- As a manufacturer in accumulator/filter driers, we offer quality units produced in a ISO/TS16949 & ISO14001 certified facility. State-of-the-art equipment and high quality materials ensure product integrity for long lasting performance customers rely on.
- Our accumulator / filter driers feature quality welds for a durable, leak-free design in addition to high-quality desiccant for appropriate absorption. For easy installation, necessary gaskets, o-rings and seal are included as well.
- The accumulator / filter drier acts as a filter by removing moisture and contaminants from the air conditioning system. Such contaminants cannot be removed by flushing, therefore replacing the accumulator / filter drier is essential.
- The absorption of moisture in the system is done through the use of a desiccant bag. A leaking or "open" system can cause the bag to become saturated within a few hours making the accumulator/filter drier ineffective.
- Replacement of the accumulator / filter drier is required to validate compressor warranty and must be replaced anytime the system is serviced.
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