When is gas cooling a good idea?
By Tim Willoughby, BBC NewsMagazine.com The new, gas-cooled cooling system on a Volvo XC90 may sound expensive, but the benefits are worth it.
A new system designed to help reduce CO2 emissions and boost efficiency has been developed by Volvo, the world’s largest carmaker.
The system uses a system of refrigerant, air and water pumped through a large-diameter, flexible-steel duct that cools the car and its occupants.
It’s designed to provide a coolant-free zone and can be used in high-temperature environments like hot air balloons.
Volvo says the cooling system is so efficient, it can be installed on the top of a car’s hood.
The company says the system can also be used on trucks, buses and commercial vans.
The cooling system, which can cool a range of temperatures, has already been tested in a number of different countries, including the US, Japan, China and Australia.
It will be available in Volvo’s new XC 90 sedan in 2018.
Volvo has not disclosed how much it is spending on the cooling systems.
Volvo’s head of marketing and communications, Ralf Eichmann, says the benefits of the system go beyond simply cooling a car.
“There’s also a reduction in emissions from the air being sucked out of the vehicle,” he says.
How does it work? “
It’s the best solution we have found to reduce CO 2 emissions and the best way to achieve a reduction of CO 2 that is efficient and affordable.”
How does it work?
The cooling duct is connected to the air intakes in the hood by flexible tubing, which allows the air to pass through the duct and is designed to work in temperatures ranging from around 60 degrees Celsius (180 degrees Fahrenheit) to about 140 degrees Celsius.
The duct is then connected to an external pump that delivers air into the system.
The temperature of the air in the system is measured by a sensor that sits on top of the hood.
Volvo claims the cooling duct reduces air pollution and emissions by up to 50% over normal vehicle cooling.
The ventilation system can cool up to three passengers at a time.
Volvo is also promising that the system will be able to cool vehicles up to eight cars in the same car.
What are the advantages?
Volvo says that the cooling solution will reduce CO² emissions by as much as 40% compared to standard vehicle cooling systems, which use air and other materials.
“In the coldest conditions, this cooling system will reduce emissions by 50 percent, while in warm temperatures, it will reduce emission by up 70 percent,” says Volvo.
The Cooling System is designed with safety in mind.
Volvo, like other carmakers, uses a lot of air-quality standards.
Its cooling system uses carbon monoxide as its primary pollutant.
The air in this cooling duct can pass through many air-conditioning units, as well.
But in the case of the Cooling Solution, the air from the vent can be sucked into a special chamber.
When the air enters the chamber, a tiny air compressor blows hot air against the inside of the duct.
The compressor blows air through the air into a cold, cool air intake.
The exhaust gases then cool the surrounding air, causing the cooling to stop.
Volvo adds that the duct also has a water pump in it.
“A special pump is connected between the vent and the air intake, and it uses water to cool the exhaust from the intake,” says Eichman.
And water in the vent is not only good for cooling the exhaust, it is also good for air quality.” “
We think that a large portion of the CO2 in the exhaust is captured by the exhaust gases, so it is very important that the exhaust has water.
And water in the vent is not only good for cooling the exhaust, it is also good for air quality.”
Volvo says it is aiming to release the Cool Cooling Solutions by the end of 2020.