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World Guide to Low Charge Ammonia

You are invited to participate in this survey focusing on the developing market for low charge ammonia technology. The growing popularity of low charge ammonia is disrupting the industry in a way never seen before and, in recent years, an increasing number of technology providers have brought products to market.

Survey results will be published in the ammonia21.com World Guide to Low Charge Ammonia, to be officially launched at ATMOsphere America 2018 that will be held on 12-14 June in Long Beach, California.

Why participate?

This survey is be a crucial part of the World Guide to Low Charge Ammonia. The results will provide an excellent overview of the opportunities and challenges facing this exciting and growing market. Survey respondents will be notified about the publication of the report and the survey findings. We encourage your participation.

The questionnaire takes around 15 minutes to complete, depending on the level of detail you provide. We will keep your information confidential at all times. 

The deadline for contributions is extended to 16 May 2018.

What is ‘low charge ammonia’?

Throughout the survey we will make reference to ‘low charge ammonia’. We recognize that there is an ongoing debate within industry regarding an exact definition of a low charge ammonia system. For the purposes of this survey, we define low charge ammonia as:

“Any ammonia refrigeration system which has been designed to operate safely, reliably and efficiently while minimizing the quantity of ammonia used”

Such systems would include ammonia chillers (air or water cooled), packaged ammonia systems, and any kind of ‘optimized’ central ammonia system where the design intent is to minimize the quantity of ammonia required. We have included the opportunity for you to propose your own definition as part of the survey.

Thank you for your time and participation!