Establishing the Leakage Rates of Mobile Air Conditioners

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The purpose of the study is to - based on field measurements - determine the average annual leakage rate of HFC-134a from MACs in the European Union of a "second generation"1 air conditioner. From November 2002, to January 2003 300 measurements of HFC-134a leakage were carried out on air conditioners of cars up to seven years age. The measurements were carried out on vehicles of all EU relevant makes at 19 garages in Germany (Osnabrück), Portugal (Rio Maior) and Sweden (Helsingborg) reflecting different climatic conditions.

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ii, 55 p. : ill.

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Schwarz, Winfried & Harnisch, Jochen April 17, 2003.

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The purpose of the study is to - based on field measurements - determine the average annual leakage rate of HFC-134a from MACs in the European Union of a "second generation"1 air conditioner. From November 2002, to January 2003 300 measurements of HFC-134a leakage were carried out on air conditioners of cars up to seven years age. The measurements were carried out on vehicles of all EU relevant makes at 19 garages in Germany (Osnabrück), Portugal (Rio Maior) and Sweden (Helsingborg) reflecting different climatic conditions.

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ii, 55 p. : ill.

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Schwarz, Winfried & Harnisch, Jochen. Establishing the Leakage Rates of Mobile Air Conditioners, text, April 17, 2003; [Brussels, Belgium]. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc29372/: accessed April 26, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .