Ammonia Refrigeration Courses

The UW–Madison Engineering Professional Development offers courses that provide comprehensive coverage on all aspects of ammonia refrigeration systems. Courses focus on specific topics, including:

  • Ammonia systems at the introductory and intermediate levels
  • Ammonia system safety
  • Energy efficiency improvements
  • Process hazard analysis
  • Compliance auditing
  • Mechanical integrity
  • Ammonia piping
  • Design of ammonia refrigeration systems

EPD can deliver courses at your site or tailor our programs to meet your needs. Learn more.

Who Will Benefit

  • Plant refrigeration personnel
  • Plant utilities supervisors
  • Plant maintenance staff with refrigeration responsibilities
  • Design and application engineers
  • Contractors
  • Electric utility industrial representatives
  • Energy managers
  • Refrigeration system operators

Through our collaboration with the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Industrial Refrigeration Consortium, we bring the latest in research and industry practice on ammonia refrigeration systems to each course.

What Attendees Say About Our Courses

“I wanted to say thanks for getting our team pointed in the right direction. Your class and help may have had enough influence on us to prevent a safety problem up-front. It is hard to measure success when you are trying to prevent bad things from happening and nothing bad happens. However, I'm convinced that with the knowledge we gained from your ammonia class, we prevented some type of an incident that was bound to happen.“

“I participated in a PHA recently, this course really brought everything together for me.”

“This course was very much worth my time. The instructors did a great job at taking complicated technical material and teaching it in an understandable and digestible manner. That’s hard to do – thank you.”

More Information

Email us to discuss any of our Ammonia Refrigeration courses or on-site training options.

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