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Understanding IIAR-2
June 1st, 2017
7:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Location:
Fort Wayne, Indiana
United States
Event Details:

This new revision of the ANSI/IIAR 2 Standard incorporates new information formerly found in IIAR non-mandatory bulletins. The addition of these requirements to the ANSI/IIAR 2 Standard represents a change from recommendations to requirements. These changes will affect the way ammonia refrigeration systems are designed and maintained. This seminar will help give you the understanding you need to implement these practices at your facility. The course length is approximately 8 hours.

TO REGISTER: Mail to Wagner-Meinert LLC at 7617 Freedom Way, Ft. Wayne, IN 46818, fax (260)-489-7473, email Registration@WMILLC.com, or online at www.wmi-safetyservices.com. Questions? Call (260)399-8453.

 
 
 
 
 
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