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REFRIGERANT SAFETY: SOME OBSERVATIONS AND CURRENT STANDARDS.

Author(s) : MINER S. M.

Summary

THE AUTHOR DISCUSSES THE MOTIVATIONS FOR THE PRESENT INTEREST FOR THE SAFE USE OF REFRIGERANTS AND LISTS THE VARIOUS PRESENT CONCERNS, SUCH AS THE POSSIBLEDEPLETION OF THE STRATOSPHERIC OZONE LAYER BY HALOCARBONS AND THE PROHIBITION OF AMMONIA ON BOARD FISHING VESSELS. HE CONCLUDES THERE ARE STANDARDS AND CODES ABOUT INDUSTRIAL SAFETY AND THAT IT WOULD BE BETTER TO APPLY EXISTING REGULATIONS THAN TO DRAW UP NEW MORE RESTRICTIVE ONES.

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  • Original title: REFRIGERANT SAFETY: SOME OBSERVATIONS AND CURRENT STANDARDS.
  • Record ID : 1986-0455
  • Languages: English
  • Subject: Regulation
  • Source: [Refrigeration serving humanity]. Proceedings of the XVIth international Congress of Refrigeration.
  • Publication date: 1983/08/07
  • Document available for consultation in the library of the IIR headquarters only.

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