BELGIUM: Honeywell fights back against r1234yf claims
Honeywell has reacted strongly to studies by the University of Munich noting carbonyl fluoride - which the academics claim is structurally related to phosgene - is released when a vehicle using its r1234yf refrigerant is on fire.
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