1993-03-01

Experience of Retrofitting Automotive Air-Conditioning from CFC12 to HFC134a 930292

A method of retro-fitting automotive air-conditioning systems from CFC12 to HFC134a has been developed.
This method only requires the use of conventional refrigerant recovery and recycle machines and offers a cost effective method of retrofitting a range of automotive air-conditioning systems to HFC 134a.

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