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ASHRAE Standards – Current Refrigeration-Related Standards and Guidelines

ASHRAE Standards & Guidelines

There are 120 Standards and 22 Guidelines published by ASHRAE. These are available for purchase in the ASHRAE online bookstore. Of these, 29 Standards and 2 Guidelines have refrigeration related cognizant (or co-cognizant) committees:

  • Standard 15 - Safety Standard for Refrigeration Systems (TC 10.1)
  • Standard 20 - Methods of Testing for Rating Remote Mechanical-Draft Air-Cooled Refrigerant Condensers (TC 8.4)
  • Standard 22 - Methods of Testing for Rating Water-Cooled Refrigerant Condensers (TC 8.5)
  • Standard 23.1 - Methods of Testing for Performance Rating Positive Displacement Refrigerant Compressors and Condensing Units That Operate at Subcritical Temperatures of the Refrigerant (TC 8.1)
  • Standard 24 - Methods of Testing for Rating Liquid Coolers  (TC 8.5)
  • Standard 25 - Methods of Testing Forced Convection and Natural Convection Air Coolers for Refrigeration  (TC 8.4)
  • Standard 26 - Mechanical Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Installations Aboard Ship  (TC 10.6)
  • Standard 30 - Methods of Testing Liquid Chilling Packages  (TC 8.2, 8.5 Co-C)
  • Standard 33 - Methods of Testing Forced Circulation Air Cooling and Air Heating Coils  (TC 8.4)
  • Standard 34 - Designation and Safety Classification of Refrigerants (TC 3.1)
  • Standard 35 - Method of Testing Desiccants for Refrigerant Drying (TC 3.3)
  • Standard 40 -Methods of Testing for Rating Heat Operated Unitary Air-Conditioning and Heat-Pump Equipment (TC 8.3)
  • Standard 41.1 - Standard Method for Temperature Measurement  (TC 8.1 Co-C)
  • Standard 41.2 - Standard Methods for Laboratory Air-Flow Measurement  (TC 8.1 Co-C)
  • Standard 41.3 - Standard Methods for Pressure Measurement  (TC 8.1 Co-C)
  • Standard 41.4 - Method for Measurement of Proportion of Lubricant in Liquid Refrigerant (TC 8.1 Co-C)
  • Standard 41.6 - Standard Method for Measurement of Moist Air Properties  (TC 8.1 Co-C)
  • Standard 41.7 -  Method of Test for Measurement of Flow of Gas  (TC 8.1 Co-C)
  • Standard 41.8 - Standard Methods of Measurement of Flow of Liquids in Pipes Using Orifice Flowmeters (TC 8.1 Co-C)
  • Standard 41.9 - Calorimeter Test Methods for Mass Flow Measurements of Volatile Refrigerants  (TC 8.1 Co-C)
  • Standard 41.10 - Standard Methods for Volatile Refrigerant Mass Flow Measurement Using Flowmeters (TC 8.1 Co-C)
  • Standard 41.11 - Standard Methods for Power Measurement (TC 8.1 Co-C)
  • Standard 63.1 - Method of Testing Liquid-Line Refrigerant Driers  (TC 3.3)
  • Standard 63.2 - Method of Testing Liquid-Line Filter-Drier Filtration Capability (TC 3.3)
  • Standard 78 - Method of Testing Flow Capacity of Suction Line Filters and Filter-Driers  (TC 3.3)
  • Standard 97 - Sealed Glass Tube Method to Test the Chemical Stability of Materials for Use Within Refrigerant Systems  (TC 3.2)
  • Standard 147 - Reducing the Release of Halogenated Refrigerants from Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Equipment and Systems (TC 3.8)
  • Standard 173 - Method of Test to Determine the Performance of Halocarbon Refrigerant Leak Detectors” to the list of standards.
  • Standard 182 - Method of Testing Absorption Water-Chilling and Water-Heating Package (TC 8.3)
  • Guideline 06 - Refrigerant Information Recommended for Product Development and Standards (TC 3.1)
  • Guideline 22 - Instrumentation for Monitoring Central Chilled Water Plant Efficiency (TC 8.2 Co-C)           

 

There are a number of new Standards and Guidelines currently in development (designated with a P for project) by ASHRAE. Of these, the following have refrigeration related cognizant (or co-cognizant) committees:

  • Standard 23.2P - Method of Test for Rating Positive Displacement Compressors that Operate at Supercritical Temperatures of the Refrigerants (TC 8.1)
  • Standard 175P - Metal Pressure Vessel Method to Test Materials Used in Refrigeration Systems (TC 3.2)
  • Standard 177P - Method of Test for Measuring Fractionated Compositions of Refrigerant Blends  (TC 3.1)
  • Standard 179P - Methods of Test for Life Testing Positive Displacement Refrigerant Compressors (TC 8.1)
  • Standard 181P -Methods of Testing Liquid-to-Liquid Heat Exchangers for Heating, Air-Conditioning, and Refrigeration Applications (TC 8.5)
  • Standard 184P -  Method of Test for Field Test of Liquid-Chilling Packages (TC 8.2)
  • Standard 196P - Method of Test for Measuring Refrigerant Leak Rates (TC 3.8)
  • Standard 210P - Method of Testing for Rating Commercial Walk-in Refrigerators and Freezers (TC 10.1)