SAFETY AND CONTAINMENT OF REFRIGERANT FOR MECHANICAL VAPOR COMPRESSION SYSTEMS USED FOR MOBILE AIR-CONDITIONING SYSTEMS
- Ground Vehicle Standard
|Technical Paper||Experimentally Validated Effects of Separation of Liquid and Vapor on Performance of Condenser and System|
|Journal Article||Efficiency Improvement by Separation of Vapor and Liquid in Condenser Headers|
Data Sets - Support Documents
Interior Climate Control Steering Committee
The SAE Interior Climate Control Standards Committee consists of a Steering Committee plus the following sub-committees: Fluids, MAC Supplier, Service, and Vehicle OEM. The SAE Interior Climate Control Standards Committee has published more than 50 documents and has an HS-2900 handbook. These documents include standards on safety, refrigerants, components, testing, service procedures, service equipment, and training. Many of these standards are cited in EPA regulations. SAE ICCC membership includes engineers from every global automaker, system and component supplier, and service equipment manufacturer many of which are considered to be experts in Automotive Climate Systems.