Video: Ford Cars Will Be Able To Independently Kill The Coronavirus In & Nbsp; Their Interiors
Ford has developed a new climate control mode that can disinfect the interior of the car, including from the coronavirus. The first development was implemented in the police version of the Explorer crossover.
The engine and climate control of the Ford Explorer work together to raise the temperature in the cabin to at least 56 degrees Celsius in 15 minutes. A joint study by the automaker and Ohio State University has shown that the system kills 99 percent of all viruses.
- To activate the mode, you need to press the climate control keys in a special sequence. During disinfection, you cannot be in the cabin, therefore, so that the police do not accidentally interrupt the process, special signals notify about the operation of the system and the end of the warm-up cycle. Also, Ford has created a special mobile application for monitoring the temperature of the interior heating.
- All Ford Explorer cops released since 2013 will receive the new climate control mode. But to activate disinfection on 2013-2015 crossovers, you will need to connect a separate controller to the diagnostic connector. When the new feature will appear on other models, Ford has not said.
Recently, scientists from the American University of Georgia found that in order to naturally disinfect a car from coronavirus, it must stand for more than an hour in the sun at an air temperature of 27 degrees Celsius. In this case, the interior warms up to 55 degrees and 99.99% of the virus dies in about 20 minutes.
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