American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers

Founded in 1894, the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers is an international organisation who provide technical and educational information on the industry. The most commonly known are the ASHRAE Handbooks covering refrigeration, fundamentals and HVAC systems and applications.

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Series details Title Year Status
2014 ASHRAE Handbook: Refrigeration. SI edition 2014 Red
2014 ASHRAE Handbook: Refrigeration. SI edition (includes corrections issued 06/10/2016) 2014 Green
2015 ASHRAE Handbook: HVAC applications. SI edition 2015 Amber
2015 ASHRAE Handbook: HVAC applications. SI edition (includes corrections issued 06/10/2016) 2015 Green
2016 ASHRAE Handbook: HVAC systems and equipment. SI edition 2016 Amber
2016 ASHRAE Handbook: HVAC systems and equipment. SI edition (includes corrections issued between 15/06/2014 and 20/07/2017) 2016 Green
2017 ASHRAE Handbook. Fundamentals. SI edition (includes corrections issued between 15/06/2014 and 20/07/2017) 2017 Green
2017 ASHRAE handbook - fundamentals (SI) - weather data - part 1 2017 Green
2017 ASHRAE handbook - fundamentals (SI) - weather data - part 2 2017 Green
2017 ASHRAE handbook - fundamentals (SI) - weather data - part 3 2017 Green
2017 ASHRAE handbook - fundamentals (SI) - weather data - part 4 2017 Green
2017 ASHRAE handbook - fundamentals (SI) - weather data - part 5 2017 Green
2017 ASHRAE handbook - fundamentals (SI) - weather data - part 6 2017 Green
2017 ASHRAE handbook - fundamentals (SI) - weather data - part 7 2017 Green
2017 ASHRAE handbook - fundamentals (SI) - weather data - part 8 2017 Green
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 0 - Contents and preface. (1 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 1 - Liquid overfeed systems. (2 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 2 - System practices for halocarbon refrigerants. (3 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 3 - System practices for ammonia refrigerants. (4 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 4 - Secondary coolants in refrigeration systems. (5 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 5 - Refrigerant systems chemistry. (6 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 6 - Control of moisture and other contaminants in refrigerant systems. (7 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 7 - Lubricants in refrigerant systems. (8 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 8 - Thermal properties of foods. (9 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 9 - Cooling and freezing times of foods. (10 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 10 - Commodity storage requirements. (11 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 11 - Food microbiology and refrigeration. (12 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 12 - Refrigeration load. (13 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 13 - Refrigerated facility design. (14 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 14 - Methods of precooling fruits, vegetables and cut flowers. (15 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 15 - Industrial food freezing systems. (16 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 16 - Meat products. (17 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 17 - Poultry products. (18 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 18 - Fishery products. (19 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 19 - Dairy products. (20 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 20 - Eggs and egg products. (21 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 21 - Deciduous tree and vine fruit. (22 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 22 - Citrus fruit, bananas and subtropical fruit. (23 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 23 - Vegetables. (24 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 24 - Fruit juice concentrates and chilled juice products. (25 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 25 - Beverages. (26 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 26 - Processed, precooked and prepared foods. (27 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 27 - Bakery products. (28 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 28 - Candies, nuts, dried fruits and dried vegetables. (29 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 29 - Trucks, trailers and containers. (30 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 30 - Marine refrigeration. (31 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 31 - Air transport. (32 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 32 - Insulation systems for refrigerant piping. (33 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 33 - Ice manufacture. (34 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 34 - Ice rinks. (35 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 35 - Concrete dams and subsurface soils. (36 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 36 - Refrigeration in the chemical industry. (37 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 37 - Environmental test facilities. (38 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 38 - Cryogenics. (39 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 39 - Low temperature refrigeration. (40 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 40 - Biomedical applications of cryogenic refrigeration. (41 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 41 - Absorption cooling, heating and refrigeration equipment. (42 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 42 - Forced circulation air coolers. (43 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 43 - Liquid chilling systems. (44 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 44 - Component balancing in refrigerant systems. (45 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 45 - Refrigerant control devices. (46 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 46 - Factory dehydrating, charging and testing. (47 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 47 - Retail foodstore refrigeration and equipment. (48 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 48 - Food service and general commercial refrigeration equipment. (49 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 49 - Household refrigerators and freezers. (50 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1998: Refrigeration. Chapter 50 - Automatic ice makers. (51 of 51) 1998 Red
Handbook 1999: HVAC applications. Chapter 0 - Contents and preface. (1 of 55) 1999 Red
Handbook 1999: HVAC applications. Chapter 1 - Residences. (2 of 55) 1999 Red
Handbook 1999: HVAC applications. Chapter 2 - Retail facilities. (3 of 55) 1999 Red
Handbook 1999: HVAC applications. Chapter 3 - Commercial and public buildings. (4 of 55) 1999 Red
Handbook 1999: HVAC applications. Chapter 4 - Places of assembly. (5 of 55) 1999 Red
Handbook 1999: HVAC applications. Chapter 5 - Hotels, motels and dormitories. (6 of 55) 1999 Red
Handbook 1999: HVAC applications. Chapter 6 - Educational facilities. (7 of 55) 1999 Red
Handbook 1999: HVAC applications. Chapter 7 - Health care facilities. (8 of 55) 1999 Red
Handbook 1999: HVAC applications. Chapter 8 - Surface transportation. (9 of 55) 1999 Red
Handbook 1999: HVAC applications. Chapter 9 - Aircraft. (10 of 55) 1999 Red
Handbook 1999: HVAC applications. Chapter 10 - Ships. (11 of 55) 1999 Red
Handbook 1999: HVAC applications. Chapter 11 - Industrial air conditioning. (12 of 55) 1999 Red
Handbook 1999: HVAC applications. Chapter 12 - Enclosed vehicular activities. (13 of 55) 1999 Red
Handbook 1999: HVAC applications. Chapter 13 - Laboratories. (14 of 55) 1999 Red
Handbook 1999: HVAC applications. Chapter 14 - Engine test facilities. (15 of 55) 1999 Red
Handbook 1999: HVAC applications. Chapter 15 - Clean spaces. (16 of 55) 1999 Red
Handbook 1999: HVAC applications. Chapter 16 - Data processing and electronic office areas. (17 of 55) 1999 Red
Handbook 1999: HVAC applications. Chapter 17 - Printing plants. (18 of 55) 1999 Red
Handbook 1999: HVAC applications. Chapter 19 - Photographic materials. (20 of 55) 1999 Red
Handbook 1999: HVAC applications. Chapter 20 - Museums, libraries and archives. (21 of 55) 1999 Red
Handbook 1999: HVAC applications. Chapter 21 - Environmental control for animals and plants. (22 of 55) 1999 Red
Handbook 1999: HVAC applications. Chapter 22 - Drying and storing selected farm crops. (23 of 55) 1999 Red
Handbook 1999: HVAC applications. Chapter 23 - Air conditioning of wood and paper product facilities. (24 of 55) 1999 Red
Handbook 1999: HVAC applications. Chapter 24 - Power plants. (25 of 55) 1999 Red
Handbook 1999: HVAC applications. Chapter 26 - Mine air conditioning and ventilation. (27 of 55) 1999 Red
Handbook 1999: HVAC applications. Chapter 27 - Industrial drying systems. (28 of 55) 1999 Red
Handbook 1999: HVAC applications. Chapter 28 - Ventilation of the industrial environment. (29 of 55) 1999 Red
Handbook 1999: HVAC applications. Chapter 29 - Industrial local exhaust systems. (30 of 55) 1999 Red
Handbook 1999: HVAC applications. Chapter 30 - Kitchen ventilation. (31 of 55) 1999 Red
Handbook 1999: HVAC applications. Chapter 31 - Geothermal energy. (32 of 55) 1999 Red
Handbook 1999: HVAC applications. Chapter 32 - Solar energy use. (33 of 55) 1999 Red
Handbook 1999: HVAC applications. Chapter 33 - Thermal storage. (34 of 55) 1999 Red
Handbook 1999: HVAC applications. Chapter 34 - Energy management. (35 of 55) 1999 Red
Handbook 1999: HVAC applications. Chapter 35 - Owning and operating costs. (36 of 55) 1999 Red

 

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