How to Get the Right Air Conditioning System for Your Bus

All school bus manufacturers offer air conditioning options. Some install systems on the assembly line. Others offer systems that are installed by A/C manufacturer-qualified installers or the bus sales dealer, after the bus leaves the assembly line.

OEM and after-market systems vary, from system installations that tie into existing OEM dashboard HVAC systems, to stand-alone complete air conditioning systems. The components that make up an A/C system are the compressor (mounted on the engine or a separate power source), dash evaporator (driver area), controls (switches, thermostats, electronics), hanging or flush evaporators, and rooftop or skirt mounted condensers.

There are so many different kinds of bus air conditioning systems to choose from, that it can be hard to figure out which one is just right for you.

Manufacturers are continually updating or adding new system configurator links through their dealer networks, so be sure that you pick the most economical and effective cooling system. Always work with your dealer to find the cooling system that is specific to your vehicle’s cooling needs.

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