OSLO, March 21 (Reuters) - Norwegian energy and metals group Norsk Hydro and Danish industrial group Danfoss have agreed a joint venture to make aluminium components for car air conditioning systems, Hydro said on Monday. It said that the venture, to be called Piflex, would develop aluminium pipes that could withstand greater pressures than rubber tubing in conventional air conditioning systems. It said the shift would allow the use of gases that are more environmentally friendly. A ...
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