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WOW! HOW = MORE KNOW-HOW ON ALL SIDES

Sharing know-how

What happens when our WOW! experts share their know-how?

Exactly: WOW! HOW

Understanding and helping to understand vehicles has been our motto for over 20 years. From this drive, a process cycle evolved over the years that we have improved and optimized:

The WOW! HOW principle.

It can be described in two words: Sharing know-how.

Or in three sentences:

We share our know-how with our customers, who regularly give us feedback on it. We incorporate this feedback into development and service and share it again. In this way, we constantly develop what our customers need and thereby help them to solve complex tasks.

That's how it works in detail:

WOW! HOW

More WOW! HOW?

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Faster to repair success with WOW! vehicle diagnosis 
  • WOW! Software highlights at a glance
  • WOW! POWER REPAIR - the fast way to repair
  • WOW! Solution for vehicles with security gateway
  • Outlook for upcoming diagnostic functions

 
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Calibrate camera and radar systems easily and quickly with WOW! ACS cars
  • Why calibration is important
  • Live demonstration calibration with WOW! ACS cars
  • Outlook further development WOW! ACS cars calibration accessories

 
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COOLIUS – the right A/C service unit for every range of service
  • COOLIUS series for all refrigerants
  • Range of service areas (cars, vans, commercial vehicles, construction site vehicles and agricultural vehicles)
  • COOLIUS accessories

 
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Air conditioning service as a lucrative service with WOW! COOLIUS
  • Air conditioning service for electric and hybrid vehicles
  • Almost 100% refrigerant recovery: That saves money, time and refrigerant
  • Faster and easier transport of the COOLIUS A/C devices
  • Intuitive and time-saving selection of data with COOLIUSSelect

 
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Our COOLIUS series and the matching accessories
  • Why an analyser?
  • Nitrogen/forming gas test with the COOLIUS 50 series
  • When does a system have to be flushed?
  • How can I dispose of contaminated refrigerant?

 
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