A study commissioned by the Australian Government reveals that approximately 8% of passenger and light commercial vehicles in Australia use hydrocarbon refrigerant in the air conditioning (AC) system. That’s approximately 1.2 million vehicles out of the total 14.6 million vehicle population.
We now have over 100 outlets around Australia and HyChill's refrigerant has been an integral and very successful part of our product mix," states Andrew Schram, Burson's Auto Parts Chief Operating Officer.
Our ultimate goal and passion is to secure a major carmaker,” says Clark. “The only thing holding a vehicle manufacturer back is fear founded on a belief that is not real”, says Clark, “Even if these facts from Australia aren’t enough, a manufacturer now has at their disposal numerous modern design techniques that would make the AC system many times safer than the systems designed for HFC-134a that are running on hydrocarbons right now.”
Surely it is not beyond the technical capacity of any European vehicle manufacturer to deliver a cost effective air-conditioning system using hydrocarbon refrigerants that is both safe and efficient?", adds Mr Hoare.
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