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Controlling the Temp with New Automotive Heat Management Systems

Jan 16, 2014

Controlling the Temp with New Automotive Heat Management Systems

Smart forvision Series: Cool Paint, Reflective Film Fight Heat Rays

Nov 11, 2013

Smart forvision Series: Cool Paint, Reflective Film Fight Heat Rays

4 NVH Solutions Offered By BASF That Can't Be Rattled

Mar 13, 2013

4 NVH Solutions Offered By BASF That Can't Be Rattled

Controlling the Temp with New Automotive Heat Management Systems

Jan 16, 2014

Controlling the Temp with New Automotive Heat Management Systems

At BASF, we recognize and embrace research that improves fuel economy for internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles and increases driving range for electric vehicles (EV) - two of the most important trends in the automotive industry today. Energy consumed by the use of heat, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems in vehicles is one of the major causes for increased fuel consumption and limited battery range.

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Smart forvision Series: Cool Paint, Reflective Film Fight Heat Rays

Nov 11, 2013

Smart forvision Series: Cool Paint, Reflective Film Fight Heat Rays

No motorist enjoys being hit with a swift kick of stagnant, hot air when opening the car door, or trying to avoid touching hot surfaces that feel like hot lava after the car has sat out on a warm day. Heat management solutions not only provide a motorist with greater comfort but they also enable the car to be more efficient as less energy is required by the air conditioning unit to cool the vehicle.

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4 NVH Solutions Offered By BASF That Can't Be Rattled

Mar 13, 2013

4 NVH Solutions Offered By BASF That Can't Be Rattled

Today's automotive consumer has high expectations when it comes to handling, ride and comfort of a vehicle. And as autonomous driving evolves, sensitivity to noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) will continue to increase as the driver becomes the passenger and vehicle operation takes a backseat.

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