Ammonia Week in Review | June 21, 2019


A ship sinks with ammonia on board all in this week’s edition of the Ammonia Week in Review

Fears after Ammonia Gas Left on Sunk Ship in Solomon Islands – The provincial health director, John Selwyn Harara, said an initial assessment has also uncovered an unknown amount of ammonia gas on board. “The fear now is if it leaks, then it might cause further threat to the sea or to the salt water.” […keep reading]

ANSI/IIAR 6-2019 Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance of Closed-Circuit Ammonia Refrigeration Systems is Published – Bulletins 109 and 110, the IIAR’s previous guidance documents, are now officially retired in lieu of the long-awaited IIAR 6 standard. […keep reading]

Romanian Installer shows 1.5-year ROI for Ammonia Installation – During a one-day conference celebrating its 70th anniversary in Bucharest, Romania, on 6 June, Romanian installer Frigotehnica presented a case study showing a 1.5-year return on investment (ROI) for the purchase of an ammonia system rather than an traditional, HFC-based system. […keep reading]

1 Taken to Hospital after Ammonia Leak on N. Marine Dr. – Hazmat crews responded to 6500 North Marine Dr. and said the leak was contained shortly after 10:30 a.m. […keep reading]

Ammonia Program gains Interstate Appeal – “This is an exciting time for us,” says Brown. “Employers who utilize ammonia refrigeration and are geographically close to Sampson already know about us and the quality training we continue to provide local employees.” […keep reading]

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