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IIAR - BULLETIN 109

Guidelines for: IIAR Minimum Safety Criteria for a Safe Ammonia Refrigeration System

active, Most Current
Organization: IIAR
Publication Date: 1 January 1997
Status: active
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This bulletin embraces an IIAR goal of ensuring that ammonia refrigeration systems are engineered, constructed and operated in a safe manner. This bulletin provides detailed lists of items to consider when designing, inspecting, or operating a system. Housekeeping, recordkeeping, code considerations and personnel safety equipment are some of the safety issues addressed. The bulletin also provides inspection checklist forms for compressors, condensers, evaporators, vessels and heat exchangers to check system installation against recognized industry safety requirements.

Document History

BULLETIN 109
January 1, 1997
Guidelines for: IIAR Minimum Safety Criteria for a Safe Ammonia Refrigeration System
This bulletin embraces an IIAR goal of ensuring that ammonia refrigeration systems are engineered, constructed and operated in a safe manner. This bulletin provides detailed lists of items to...

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