Safely operating and maintaining ammonia refrigeration equipment is, obviously, a focal point for business owners. What are some of the most common ammonia safety issues found in food plants?

In its “Food for Thought” blog, Jacksonville, Fla.-based Stellar explains how housekeeping, pipe quality, pipe labeling, operating procedures, maintenance schedules, poor plant layout, inadequate training, insufficient instrumentation, poorly maintained valves and unsatisfactory personnel protective gear create hazards in ammonia refrigeration facilities.

Click here to find out how to minimize the risk.