Mobile Air Conditioning (MAC) systems do not pose a serious risk to human health under normal and foreseeable conditions of use, according to a scientific review published today by the European Commission.
In September 2012, the manufacturer Daimler raised concerns about the safety of the use of the refrigerant R134a, which has a high level of impact on climate change, in their vehicles. These concerns were challenged by other manufacturers. This situation led the KBA (Kraftfahrt Bundesamt), ...
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