Ammonia Week in Review | October 2, 2020

October 2nd, 2020 | , ,


Hawaii’s largest refrigerated warehouse is fined over $200,000 by the EPA in this week’s edition of the Ammonia Week in Review

EPA Slaps Oahu Refrigerated Food Warehouse with Fine – Hawaii’s largest refrigerated food warehouse has reached a settlement with the Environmental Protection Agency. […keep reading]

Valve Exercising and IIAR 6 – Ammonia refrigeration systems are typically configured with hundreds of valves that require maintenance to help ensure that they will function properly when adjusted from their normal position. […keep reading]

Truck Carrying Anhydrous Ammonia Rolls Over on I-49 – A semi-truck carrying anhydrous ammonia rolled over on eye-49 north of Carthage on Sept. 22. […keep reading]

Industrial Refrigeration Applications of Low-Temperature Ammonia Detection – Gas safety is a key consideration for any refrigeration application. […keep reading]

Ammonia Technology ‘Ready in Five Years’, says MISC Chief – MISC expects to develop an ammonia-fueled engine by 2025, chief executive Yee Yang Chien says. […keep reading]

Which Places Need to Install Explosion-Proof Combustible Gas Alarms – For chemical, gas, metallurgy and other industrials, the gas monitor is an essential safety work. […keep reading]

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