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ANR Certificate Training Program
IIAR is committed to developing educational programs that highlight the most up-to-date information for the ammonia and natural refrigeration community. Our certificate programs help refrigeration professionals develop their skills and further their careers by offering specialized training that sets them apart from their peers.
Online Training Videos
IIAR Training videos consist of our two training series. Series 1- The IIAR Basic Ammonia Refrigeration Training Program and Series II - The IIAR Ammonia Refrigeration Safety Training Program. Each module takes a step-by-step approach to fundamental ammonia refrigeration principles, applications and components. These videos are designed for company in house training.
As the leading authority on ammonia refrigeration, IIAR has an extensive collection of books including reference books, handbooks, and guidelines. IIAR books are must have technical resources for industrial refrigeration industry professionals worldwide.
IIAR Bulletins are informative documents written as a collection of good ideas through the work of various IIAR Committees. Not to be confused with Standards, IIAR Bulletins exists to provide guidance where no other standard or guideline exists.
IIAR Standards contain both normative and informative information, establishing both the minimum requirements for industry compliance and advisory information where applicable. IIAR standards are ANSI approved so they are subject to a rigorous public review process to ensure that they represent an industry consensus. IIAR Standards set the industry standards and are must have technical resource to ensure a safe and efficient industrial refrigeration operating environment.
IIAR offers training workbooks that are compatible with our Series I Basic Ammonia Refrigeration Training Program, and Series II The IIAR Ammonia Refrigeration Safety Training Program.
Technical Papers are rigorously peer reviewed case studies that explore topics sustained by original research and development. Each year experts from in the natural refrigerant industry come together and handpick topics that are most relevant and groundbreaking to provide our members and conference attendees with insight on how to better navigate and prepare for the constant changes in natural refrigeration. The papers are then published and archived and made available for purchase or download to IIAR members.
IIAR Posters are informative and educational material intended to be displayed within eyesight of every employee in an ammonia refrigeration facility. Our posters are available in four languages.
IIAR Technical Paper Compendium
IIAR has bundled technical papers on the most relevant topics in industrial including, Defrost, Valves, and Low Charge Applications. Compendiums are available as both hard and digital copies.
IIAR merchandise is now available as part of the IIAR online store. From golf shirts, to baseball caps, deerskin gloves and much more your favorite items can now be purchased online.
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Have you purchased an IIAR publication with accompanying downloadable material? If so, you can access that information through this link. You must be signed in as the purchaser of the product in order to access the materials.
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