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PSM/RMP Program Volumes I & IIProcess Safety Management and Risk Management Program Volumes I & II provides a template that will aid in practically applying management procedures in direct rsponse to PSM/RMP Rules and regulations and in establishing and maintaining a safe ammonia refrigeration facility.01BOK-EN0100
Ammonia Refrigeration Library 2017-2The Ammonia Refrigeration Library is a must-have comprehensive technical resource for any industrial refrigeration professional. It contains all IIAR technical bulletins and ANSI/IIAR Standards in a special three-ring binder. 01BOK-EN0103
Low Charge ARM PackageThe 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. 01BOK-EN0200
Engineering Safety Relief SystemsThis guidebook covers all aspects of designing safety relief vent systems as applied for industrial refrigeration systems.01BON-EN0101
Industrial Refrigeration Energy Efficiency GuidebookThis guidebook is intended to provide refrigeration plant operators, engineers, and managers with the information they need to improve the energy efficiency of their industrial refrigeration systems. 01BON-EN0201
Principles and Practices of Mechanical Integrity Guidebook fThis guidebook to serve as a comprehensive resource for those involved in designing, constructing, operating, and maintaining closed-circuit industrial ammonia refrigeration systems.01BON-EN0301
Ammonia Data Book 2nd EditionThe Ammonia Data Book is the only publication of its kind. A one stop reference book for the ammonia refrigeration industry. It is the most complete reference ever published on ammonia for the refrigeration industry. It contains essential resource data for the safe and efficient operation of any ammonia refrigeration facility. U.S. regulatory requirements for ammonia and other valuable compliance information about federal regulations, such as the Community Right to Know Act, are featured in this book. Other chapters focus on General Information, Properties of Ammonia, Ammonia and the Environment, Ammonia Safety Data and U.S. Regulatory Requirements.01BOO-EN0101
Ammonia Refrigeration Piping HandbookThe Ammonia Refrigeration Piping Handbook has been hailed as one of the best publications ever produced by IIAR. IIAR's Ammonia Refrigeration Piping Handbook is the ultimate guide to modern ammonia refrigeration piping as well as a comprehensive introduction to piping design and installation as it is practiced in the field. You DO NOT need to purchase the 2014 update if you are purchasing this handbook.01BOO-EN0201
CO2 Handbook - 2018 EditionFrom fundamentals of design to startup and operation as it applies to industrial applications, the ALL NEW CO2 Handbook is a must have technical resource for industrial refrigeration professionals worldwide.
New to the IIAR CO2 Handbook
• Complete set of NIST PH Diagrams - IP and SI Units
• Inclusion of Thermodynamic and Thermophysical properties tables - IP and SI Units
• Extensive section on volatile brine
• New information on transcritical applications
• Updated design and installation techniques
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Low Charge ARM Summary Guide, 1st EditionThe IIAR has 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 in this publication are intended as guidance, not as regulatory requirements. It is worth noting that many of the recommendations in this document apply to refrigeration systems regardless of the refrigerant used.
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Low Charge ARM Guidelines, 1st EditionThe IIAR has developed the 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.01BOO-EN0501
Piping Handbook Update 2014The Ammonia Refrigeration Piping Handbook was first published in 2000, and subsequently updated and revised in 2004 and 2012. The newest update of the Ammonia Refrigeration Piping Handbook replaces the original 2000 Chapter 7, Insulation for Refrigeration Systems. The update focuses on more modern techniques and updated properties for common types of piping insulation. The 2014 Ammonia Refrigeration Piping Handbook Update comes with a new table of contents along with an updated version of Chapter 7 meant to replace any existing Chapter 7 printed before 2014, as well as a new index. *If you purchased your Ammonia Refrigeration Piping Handbook before January 2015, then you should purchase this update to complete your handbook.01BOU-EN0102

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