Low Charge ARM Package
Low Charge ARM Package
The IIAR has developed the Low Charge Ammonia Refrigeration Management (ARM-LC) Guidebook to provide a detailed overview of the procedures recommended to implement a management program for low charge ammonia refrigeration systems with appropriate regulatory compliance. Owners of low charge ammonia systems may not be well versed in the terminology and practices required for compliance with the General Duty Clauses of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and state authorities. Further, the new equipment technology available allows the low charge ammonia systems to be used in a commercial, retail food, and light industrial application where technicians and operators are not typically on site and a service contractor business model is the general practice. The ARM-LC Guidebook uses general terms and directions to describe the specific practices and expectations of those involved with installing and using low charge ammonia systems. The IIAR has also developed the Low Charge Ammonia Refrigeration Management (ARM-LC) Summary Guide to provide a briefing on recommendations for commercial, retail food, and light industrial end users, engineers, equipment manufacturers and contractors that desire to implement a management program for low charge ammonia refrigeration systems with appropriate regulatory compliance. The best practices contained within each of these publications are intended as guidance, not as regulatory requirements. It is worth noting that many of the recommendations contained within apply to refrigeration systems regardless of the refrigerant used.
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