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RAGAGEP: Historical Variants and the Importance of IIAR Standards | Part 6: Ammonia Detection & Ventilation Control

March 8th, 2022

Uriah Donaldson, OHST, presented a technical paper at the 2019 RETA National Conference and 2021 IIAR National Conference titled RAGAGEP: Historical Variants and the Importance of IIAR Standards. This is the sixth post in a series of blogs which include excerpts from his technical paper. Ammonia Detection Requirements related to ammonia detection systems can be grouped into […]

RAGAGEP: Historical Variants and the Importance of IIAR Standards | Part 4: Emergency Shutdown Controls

February 8th, 2022

Uriah Donaldson, OHST, presented a technical paper at the 2019 RETA National Conference and 2021 IIAR National Conference titled RAGAGEP: Historical Variants and the Importance of IIAR Standards. This is the fourth post in a series of blogs which include excerpts from his technical paper. Emergency Shutdown Controls Like we will see throughout this section with multiple […]

RAGAGEP: Historical Variants and the Importance of IIAR Standards | Part 3: The IIAR’s Vision for the Future

February 1st, 2022

Uriah Donaldson, OHST, presented a technical paper at the 2019 RETA National Conference and 2021 IIAR National Conference titled RAGAGEP: Historical Variants and the Importance of IIAR Standards.  This is the third post in a series of blogs which include excerpts from his technical paper.  The IIAR’s Vision for the Future Over the last several decades, […]

Ammonia Week in Review | January 28, 2022

January 28th, 2022

An ammonia leak at a chicken plant sends 5 to the hospital in this week’s edition of the Ammonia Week in Review… Chemical Leak in Canton Sends 5 Plant Workers to Hospital – An ammonia leak at a Cherokee County plant sent several workers to the hospital Wednesday evening. […keep reading] RAGAGEP: Historical Variants and the Importance of […]

RAGAGEP: Historical Variants and the Importance of IIAR Standards | Part 2: Defining RAGAGEP and Historical Perspectives

January 25th, 2022

Uriah Donaldson, OHST, presented a technical paper at the 2019 RETA National Conference and 2021 IIAR National Conference titled RAGAGEP: Historical Variants and the Importance of IIAR Standards.  This is the second post in a series of blogs which include excerpts from his technical paper.  Defining RAGAGEP and Historical Perspectives The notable origin of the acronym RAGAGEP […]