For example, the ASRE committee had its membership spread across different interest categories in an effort to avoid any one single interest group from dominating revisions to the standard.
By 1919, the ASRE committee had crafted a more substantial refrigerant safety code that included key definitions, sizing for safety relief valves, system pressure test requirements, and emergency discharge of refrigerants from systems.
In 1932, the national standardizing agency, American Standards Association (ASA), formally approved Standard B9, American Standard Safety Code for Mechanical Refrigeration, and the 1930 edition of this standard appeared in the ASRE Refrigerating Data Book and Catalog.
The decision criterion for this validation technique is: 1) when the value of ASRE is close to zero or less than 2 for a SLA then the synthetic household estimate is acceptable (i.
Results of ASRE analysis for overall households in housing stress confirm that for 1 205 SLAs out of 1 278 (94.
, Genaro Estrada, Departamento de Concentraciones.
Best expects ASI to continue providing explicit support as needed in order to manage growth, which is part of its business plan as well as to ensure that the capitalization of ASRE
and its related subsidiaries and affiliate are adequately reflected in the ratings.
By 1958, about 1,000 people belonged to both ASHAE and to ASRE.
The plan next would be mailed to ASHAE chapter presidents and ASRE section presidents to stimulate discussion at the local level.
ASRE provides treaty excess of loss coverage for captives, risk retention groups or small- to mid-sized insurance carriers.
ASRE is a subsidiary of American Safety Insurance Holdings, Ltd.
Dossat joined ASRE
in 1955, a few years before its merger with ASHVE formed ASHRAE.