The refrigerant in a car’s air conditioning system is switched between a liquid and a gaseous form. The refrigerant absorbs heat and humidity from the car when it changes states, allowing the system to emit cold, dry air. The air-conditioning system uses pressure and temperature management to transition the refrigerant from a liquid to a gaseous form.
R-12 was once utilized as a refrigerant in vehicle air conditioning systems. R-12 (also known as Freon) is a CFC-based (chlorofluorocarbon) refrigerant that is neither combustible nor toxic to people. Scientists realized in the late 1980s that widespread use of R-12 was causing damage to the ozone layer. In the mid-1990s, manufacturers made the switch to R-134a. R-134a is an HFC-based (hydro fluorocarbon) refrigerant that does not deplete ozone like R-12/Freon does. R-1234yf is a novel refrigerant that emits fewer greenhouse gases. R-1234yf is required in Europe, and it is expected to become the new standard in the United States in the near future.
5 (1) When the Land Rover was created, it was designed to be a car solely designed to be practical. The original model even had its steering wheel in the middle of the car. It was built using leftover parts from military vehicles, which is why it was painted the favorite green color often associated […]
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