ANALYSIS: Low-CO2 refrigerant produces heated dispute
The debate about which refrigerant to use in automotive HVAC systems is a long and drawn out one. Climate change concerns have been influencing legislation in this regard for many years. In this extract from QUBE's HVAC intelligence service, Vanessa Scholfield considers the issues and the background behind the latest dispute involving Daimler and Honeywell.
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