As the largest exposition dedicated to the ammonia and natural refrigeration industry, the annual IIAR Natural Refrigeration Conference and Expo provides a unique opportunity for engineers, end users, wholesalers, manufacturers and contractors involved in natural refrigeration using ammonia and carbon dioxide to gather, learn and share. The 2018 IIAR Natural Refrigeration Conference and Expo brings together those involved with natural refrigeration industry technologies, services and products in one place.

The Broadmoor Hotel and Resort in Colorado Springs, Colo., plays host to the natural refrigeration event, planned for March 18-21. At the annual meeting of the International Institute of Ammonia Refrigeration, opportunities for industrial refrigeration education abound.

On Sunday, IIAR will hold meetings for several committees: CO2 handbook, international, education, government relations, piping, research, standards, marketing, code and certificate testing. After a full morning of essential committee work, IIAR will host a half-day course on mechanical integrity for ammonia refrigeration. This program highlights the importance of mechanical integrity, how it relates to process safety management and the general-duty clause. Topics include mechanical integrity program minimum requirements; procedures for equipment, piping, vessels and safety systems; preventive maintenance; audits; training; and quality assurance. Though the registration fee for this session is charged in addition to the regular conference program, each attendee will receive CEU credits for his or her participation.

At the core of the four-day program is the technical program. Beginning on Monday, March 19 and continuing through March 21, the technical conference agenda includes peer-reviewed technical paper presentations, experiential workshops and interactive panels. Attendees can earn PDH and CEU credits. Presentation topics include using air as the working fluid in a refrigeration system; large-scale flammability and explosivity testing of ammonia; ultra-low charge ammonia refrigeration; best practices in managing an OSHA NEP or EPA GDC inspection; employee engagement as an indicator of PSM program success or failure; emergency response in an ammonia facility; hot gas defrost in ammonia refrigeration systems; construction materials for evaporative condensers; and stainless steel piping in industrial refrigeration.

In addition, technical workshop presentations will include ammonia scrubbing with CO2; re-evaluating lubricant selection and testing at low temperatures; CalARP program 4 and CalOSHA 5189.1; water as a refrigerant in efficient centrifugal chillers; world guide to low charge ammonia.

Other events planned during the event include exhibitor-sponsored technomercial presentations; IIAR committee meetings; networking opportunities during hosted breakfasts, breaks, lunches and receptions. Attendees can experience the Olympics during a tour and demonstration at the training center in Colorado Springs. On Wednesday, two panel presentations will look at research and cross-cutting topics as part of a closing forum.

Throughout the four-day event, the exhibition hall will play host to manufacturers displaying industrial refrigeration system products and services. Attendees can see first-hand some of the industrial refrigeration technologies they’ve learned about elsewhere. Each booth will be staffed with engineers experienced with ammonia refrigeration to help attendees learn more about exhibitors’ capabilities.

Finally, if that’s not enough, attendees can sit for certificate program testing during the IIAR meeting by participating in the IIAR Academy of Natural Refrigerants certificate program. Two certificate programs are available for testing: IIAR certificate course and the IIAR 4, 5 and 8 course.

For more information about the 2018 IIAR Natural Refrigeration Conference and Heavy Equipment Expo, visit www.iiar.org.


Ammonia  Leak Detection

ATI designs and manufactures a complete line of ammonia gas detectors, both fixed and portable. Additionally, we produce gas detectors for 32 other toxic and combustible gases.

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IIAR Booth 132

Analytical Technology Inc. 

6 Iron Bride Drive Collegeville, PA  19462

800-959-0299

www.analyticaltechnology.com

sales@analyticaltechnology.com


Ammonia Compressor Pack

BITZER’s Ammonia Compressor Pack (ACP) promises high efficiency at full and part load operation with high reliability.  The modular design of the ACP combines two or three compressors, a common oil separator, and a frequency inverter to provide a broad range of operation in high, medium or low temperature applications.    

ammonia compressor pack

IIAR Booth 204 & 206

BITZER US Inc. 770-718-2900

ammonia@bitzerus.com

www.bitzerus.com


Synthetic Lubricants 

CAMCO is the leading supplier of high quality synthetic lubricants for food processing and manufacturing industries. CAMCO was formed in 1987 when it was evident there was a need to provide lubricants that are designed specifically for compressors/machinery and the gases and conditions they operate in. CAMCO 717 Series Ammonia Refrigeration Lubricants set the standard in the industry over 30 years ago and continue to lead the market for quality and reliability.    

synthetic lubricants

IIAR Booth 725

CAMCO Lubricants

763-205-0828 1544

134th Ave NE Ham Lake, MN 55304


Industrial Refrigeration Contractor 

CIMCO is North America’s largest industrial refrigeration contractor:

  • Full-service capabilities
  • Construction
  • Engineering and design
  • Project management
  • Service Largest field crew of service technicians in the USA:
  • Safety focused
  • Better cost control
  • Adaptable systems
  • Improved energy efficiency
  • Environmentally friendly.    
industrial refrigeration contractor

IIAR Booth 312 & 314

CIMCO 417-987-6777

drose@toromont.com

www.cimcorefrigeration.com


Ammonia Leak Detection 

For more than 35 years, Cool Air has been manufacturing ammonia leak detectors for the industrial refrigeration industries such as food processing plants, cold storage facilities, fish processors, utilities and more, in the USA and around the world. Cool Air leak detectors are reliable, have the longest-lasting sensor, and are the easiest to maintain of any detector on the market today. We also offer technical phone support and custom solutions.    

Coolair

IIAR Booth 225

Cool Air 763-205-0844

sales@coolairinc.com

www.coolairinc.com


Heat Transfer Solutions 

EVAPCO is a global innovator of heat transfer solutions for commercial HVAC, industrial refrigeration, power, and industrial process markets. Our latest innovation, the eco-Air series, features the first and only dry and adiabatic cooling solutions with a 100% thermal performance guarantee. Visit booth 201 and learn about these coolers, condensers and other groundbreaking solutions.    

Evapco

IIAR Booth 201

Evapco 410-756-2600

marketing@evapco.com

www.evapco.com


New Low Charge Central System 

Our new low charge central system design creates greater safety and security for your employees, greater protection from inventory damage, and greater peace of mind knowing you have installed the highest standard of industrial refrigeration equipment. Discover the new world of industrial refrigeration. Specify Frick.

Frick

IIAR Booth 525

Frick Industrial Refrigeration

800-ITS-COLD

johnsoncontrols.com/frick


Compressors for Process Cooling, Ammonia Applications

Howden Roots offers a wide range of compressors for process cooling and ammonia applications. In our Plymouth Meeting office we keep a substantial stock of spare parts and compressors. In addition to our compressor rebuild offering, we have added re-installation, alignment, vibration analysis and replacement commissioning services.

Howden

IIAR Booth 207 & 209

Howden Roots

LLC 610-313-9800

hcl.sales@howden.com

hcl.parts@howden.com


Decrease Energy Consumption and Noise with EMAX4™ High-Efficiency Fan

Multi-Wing’s EMAX4 Fan offers up to 77 percent total efficiency. EMAX4 has a computer-optimized blade design for maximum performance. Customized for your requirements, EMAX4 decreases noise by 2 to 3 dB and reduces energy consumption in air-cooled condensers, chillers, cooling towers and evaporators.

Multi-Wing

IIAR Booth 215

Multi-Wing America, Inc. 

800-311-8465

info@multi-wing.net

www.multi-wing.net/revolution


Fabrication Billets 

Owens Corning FOAMULAR Extruded Polystyrene (XPS) Pipe Insulation is the right solution for cold temperature insulation. Excellent thermal, moisture and compressive properties, combined with quality fabricators, makes choosing FOAMULAR XPS an easy decision. Owens Corning has the quality, technical support and service needed to meet the challenges of the low temperature market.    

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IIAR Booth 513

Owens Corning (248) 449-8801

www.owenscorningcommercial.com


Hygienic Air Handlers for Ammonia Refrigeration

Phoenix Air Systems manufactures industrial hygienic air handlers to the ammonia refrigeration market for food processing facilities. Part of a facility’s food safety and HAACP plan, hygienic air handlers provide fresh, filtered air, room cooling/pressurization, condensation control, dehumidification, heated clean-up cycle, sequential defrost and integrated Allen Bradley PLC controls.

Phoenix Air Systems

IIAR Booth 226

Phoenix Air Systems

507-451-3524

www.phoenixairsystems.com


Custom Engineered Refrigeration Systems

Established in 1961, Zero Zone, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of a wide variety of packaged refrigeration systems for industrial and commercial applications. Zero Zone designs and manufactures custom engineered halocarbon, CO2, and ammonia refrigeration systems for cold storage / distribution, ice rinks, pharmaceutical, food processing, and other industrial applications.

Zero Zone

IIAR Booth 401

Zero Zone Inc.

800-247-4496

www.zero-zone.com