The 2010 ASHRAE Handbook-Refrigeration, deals with refrigeration equipment and systems for non-comfort applications.
ASHRAE’s latest handbook covers everything from frozen fruit
to ice rinks.
The 2010 ASHRAE Handbook-Refrigeration,
deals with refrigeration equipment and systems for non-comfort applications. It
includes information on cooling, freezing, and storing food; industrial
applications of refrigeration; and low-temperature refrigeration.
“The handbook gives the
industry a primer in a wide variety of refrigeration topics, such as storing
and transporting fruit, cryosurgery, ice-skating rinks, slaughterhouses and
concrete dams,” said William McCartney, chairman of the handbook writing committee.
“While the handbook is primarily a reference for the practicing engineer, the
volume is also useful for anyone involved in cooling and storage of food
New chapters in the updated
volume deal with carbon dioxide refrigeration systems, and terminology.
For ordering information, visit
ASHRAE’s online bookstore .
Society debuts refrigeration handbook
June 30, 2010