IIAR Standards Review

IIAR Standards contain both normative and informative information, establishing both the minimum requirements for industry compliance and advisory information where applicable.  IIAR Standards are ANSI approved as they are subject to a rigorous public review process to ensure that they represent an industry consensus.  IIAR standards set the industry standard and are a must-have technical resource to ensure a safe and efficient industrial refrigeration operating environment.

We invite you to participate in all public reviews.  IIAR will use the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) procedures to develop evidence of consensus among affected parties.  ANSI's role in the revision process is to establish and enforce standards of openness, balance, due process and harmonization with other American and International Standards.  IIAR is an ANSI accredited standards developer and is responsible for the technical content in all IIAR Standards.

IIAR 9-2020 Addendum A (202x) First (1st) Public Review

Public Review Announcement

IIAR invites you to make comments for IIAR’s first (1st) public review of IIAR 9-2020 Addendum A (202x) Safety Standard for Minimum System Safety Requirements for Existing Closed-Circuit Ammonia Refrigeration Systems.

Public Review Period: October 27th, 2023 through November 26th, 2023

Comments must be submitted to the IIAR Headquarters by 5:00 pm EST on November 26th, 2023. Substantive changes resulting from this public review will also be provided for comment in a future public review if necessary.

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IIAR Standards Committee Meeting

January 10th, 2023, at 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm Eastern Time

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