Ammonia Week in Review | February 22, 2013

February 22nd, 2013 | , , , ,


It was another busy week in the ammonia industry. Check out some of the trending news in our latest Ammonia Week in Review

Two Charged with Stealing Anhydrous Ammonia in Venice – The Cayuga County Sheriff’s Office announced Monday that it arrested two people in connection with the theft of anhydrous ammonia that occurred Feb. 14 on Shields Road in the town of Venice. Casey D. Aldrich, 33, of 206 Parkhurst St., Elkland, Pa., and Timothy E. Hickey, 34, of 3240 High St. Ext., Corning, were charged with fourth-degree grand larceny, a felony, and possession of burglar’s tools […keep reading]

Ammonia Spill Closes Norwich Ice Rink For Up To Two Weeks – The Norwich Ice Rink will be closed for up to two weeks after an ammonia spill Wednesday night resulted in damages that could total as much as $50,000. Nobody was hurt in the incident, but it was a major setback for the facility, which has been trying to improve its finances […keep reading]

Ammonia Refrigeration in Supermarkets – R-22 is a hard act to follow. Significant disadvantages are associated with all possible substitutes. Some provide less capacity, some have lower critical temperatures (and will tend to be less efficient in use), some have higher global warming potentials (GWPs), some are flammable, some are toxic, and some are inherently expensive to produce. Ammonia can be applied to any type and size of refrigeration system from domestic refrigeration to commercial refrigeration and air-conditioning to industrial refrigeration […keep reading]

2013 IIAR Industrial Refrigeration Conference & Exhibition – With more than 1000 industrial refrigeration professionals in attendance, the IIAR Industrial Refrigeration Conference & Exhibition is the largest event dedicated exclusively to industrial refrigeration held anywhere in the world. Make plans to attend and network with like minded professionals who share your passion and enthusiasm for the industrial refrigeration industry […keep reading]

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