Refrigeration Committee encourages the advancement of refrigeration technology and its application. This committee reports to Technology Council. Through its use in refrigeration and air conditioning systems, the refrigeration process has become critical to the health, comfort, and welfare of humanity. The Refrigeration Committee of ASHRAE encourages the advancement of refrigeration technology and its application.
What's New with the Refrigeration Committee
2013 Denver Annual Meeting Minutes (DRAFT)
2013 Dallas Winter Meeting Minutes
2012 San Antonio Annual Meeting Minutes
2012 Chicago Winter Conference Minutes
2011 Montreal Annual Meeting Minutes
2011 Las Vegas Winter Meeting Minutes
2010 Albuquerque Annual Meeting Minutes
2010 Orlando Winter Meeting Minutes
The Refrigeration Committee of ASHRAE seeks to promote refrigeration education and development at all levels of the society. Whether you are a potential student or already in your career, these links will provide information on educational opportunities.
ASHRAE Learning Institute Courses
ASHRAE meeting Seminar DVDs
The Refrigeration Committee encourages technology transfer. One method is through sessions at the ASHRAE annual and winter conferences. Another is through recognition of the best refrigeration-related article published in the ASHRAE Journal through the Committee’s George C. Briley ASHRAE Journal Article Award. Here are the most recent presentations and winner.
George C. Briley Award winning article – R-22 Hard Act to Follow, Ammonia Low-Pressure Receiver Systems by S. Forbes Pearson.