Recent Blog Posts
Ammonia can now be used as jet fuel in this week’s edition of the Ammonia Week in Review… Ammonia can Officially Work as Jet Fuel – “It would have the potential to efficiently crack the ammonia fuel using heat harvested from the jet engine through Reaction Engines’ ground-breaking heat exchangers to provide a zero-carbon fuel blend of ammonia and […]
2020 RETA National Conference October 27-29, 2020 Virtual Conference In light of COVID-19 and with respect to the health and safety of all involved, RETA’s National Conference is going virtual. RETA is committed to investing in the ongoing education of those in the industrial refrigeration industry. Thanks to innovative technology, this can’t-miss event will continue to […]
Occasionally, nameplates on ammonia refrigeration vessels become illegible or detached altogether. Does this mean the vessel must be replaced? Can a replacement nameplate be installed? If I have a photo of the old nameplate, is that sufficient? Do I need to contact a regulatory agency? These are just some of the questions that you may […]
Uriah Donaldson, Resource Compliance Process Safety Consultant, submitted a technical paper and gave two presentations at this year’s National RETA Conference in Las Vegas. His topic was RAGAGEP: Historical Variants and the Importance of IIAR Standards. Click here to see the slides from his presentation or click here to review the technical paper.
GEA helps food industry overcome new European legislation in this week’s edition of the Ammonia Week in Review… GEA Helps Food Industry Overcome the Chill Factor – GEA is urging food companies to take action sooner rather than later as time is running out to install the new natural refrigerant-based systems needed to reduce their environmental impact. […]