Toyota Rejects DuPont Kullman Koolant for Car A/C!
Toyota Represents 15% of Global New Car Market, Responds To Consumer Fears & Regulatory Uncertainty
Good Morning, Bonjour, Guten Tag, Konichiwa,
Investors, make no mistake about it. DuPont Chieftess Ellen Kullman and her bumbling TEAM of inept "Innovators" are in deep Scheiss over her eponymous refrigerant for car A/C. The New York Times is reporting that Toyota Motors is joining Daimler and VW and BMW in rejecting the highly questionable, potentially dangerous Kullman Koolant.
Responding to fanning consumer concerns and regulatory uncertainty, the leaders of Toyota Motors disclosed last week they would return to the old safe refrigerant R134a. This means in Toyota's case alone, 15% of the global new car market is now off limits for the suspect DuPont Kullman Koolant (DuPont/Honeywell HFO-1234yf), which Daimler engineers shockingly found in their own independent testing could explode into a potentially lethal toxic fireball of hydrogen fluoride gas and hydrofluoric acid.
What may begin to daunt more automotive leaders: Why risk the Herculean legal liability from the Killer Kullman Koolant exploding in a horrific collision? One has only to view the Daimler videos to see the shocking fireball and imagine being trapped inside your wrecked motorcar.
In our opinion, Toyota has joined Daimler-Benz in making driver and passenger SAFETY the polestar for car design and manufacture. That's most commendable.
Merely the morning column of one individual investor and long-time student of the dissimulating
nail, we're not talking about merely "mildly flammable" as DuPont's DuPlicitous executives claim for their Kullman Koolant; we're referring to what Daimler engineers found in their own independent testing: A refrigerant when splattered or leaked on a super-heated engine or engine part in a severe collision which is potentially capable of exploding into a toxic gas fireball with evidence of deadly hydrofluoric acid. That's not your every-day coolant from the past. And it's not a risk acceptable to me or my family ...funfun..