Is the problem that the product is no longer an aerosol, or is the problem that it is an aerosol but lacks CFC?
posted on 12/29/2007 11:08:52 AM PST
(Still a proud member of the Stupid Party. It beats the Evil Party any day of the week.)
The replacement gas has no chlorine atoms and can’t be pressurized to the same level and not leak through the walls of the inhaler body; it doesn’t blow as hard and must be used before the hydrogen all migrates out as a fugitive gas.
posted on 12/29/2007 2:29:31 PM PST
by Old Professer
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