Mini air bag

McCosh, Dan
April 1995
Popular Science;Apr95, Vol. 246 Issue 4, p41
Introduces an air bag module developed by Takata Incorporated. Smaller size than other installations; 30 percent lighter than standard bags; Use of inflator gas not based on sodium azide.


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