The International Institute of Ammonia Refrigeration (IIAR) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the UK Institute of Refrigeration (IOR). The IOR-IIAR MOU sets the stage for collaboration on advocacy, publications, education, technical activities, and research in areas of common interest, including but not limited to the use of energy efficient, safe and economically viable technologies that use ammonia and other natural refrigerants.
The MOU establishes the framework for continuous communication, conferences and meetings, and information sharing between the two organizations.
About IOR, www.IOR.org.uk (Institute of Refrigeration): Founded in 1899, the IOR is an independent UK registered charity (nonprofit) run for the public benefit with a membership of over 2200 individuals reflecting the diversity of the refrigeration, air conditioning and heat pump sector. The Institute provides a central resource for people from all over the world to improve the application of refrigeration and allied fields for the general good of society with particular emphasis on environment, efficiency, safety and innovation
About the IIAR: IIAR is the world’s leading advocate for the safe, reliable and efficient use of ammonia and other natural refrigerants. IIAR members share their collective knowledge and experience to produce consensus documents that address various aspects of the natural and industrial refrigeration industry. IIAR has broad industry representation including manufacturers, design engineers, contractors, end users, academics, scientists, and trainers. IIAR sets the standard for providing advocacy, education and the most up-to-date technical information to the ammonia and natural refrigeration community