Ammonia as Refrigerant document approved

April 1, 2002
The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) approved an Ammonia as a Refrigerant Position Document at its 2002

The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) approved an Ammonia as a Refrigerant Position Document at its 2002 winter meeting. This document commits ASHRAE to these initiatives:

  • Promote authoritative information on ammonia by seminars and publications.

  • Continue research on ammonia topics such as handling, application, operation, control of emissions, and new technology.

  • Maintain and develop standards and guidelines for practical and safe application of ammonia in refrigeration systems.

  • Provide programs and publications on innovative designs and application of ammonia refrigeration.

  • Advise governments and code officials with information regarding ammonia.

Copies of the ASHRAE Ammonia as a Refrigerant Position Document may be downloaded for free at www.ashrae.org.

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