About RETA
The Refrigeration Engineers and Technicians Association (RETA) founded in 1910 is an international society of individuals and companies involved in the design, operation, and service of industrial refrigeration systems. Its purpose is to provide education, training, and networking benefits to all parties having vested interests in Industrial Refrigeration.

RETA maintains a membership of more than 3,600 individuals and companies. Throughout the United States, local Chapters offer a wide range of benefits  -  all designed to keep them up-to-date on new developments in equipment and operating procedures, practical aspects of everyday engine room operations, troubleshooting, and dealing with emergencies.

The logo at right links to the RETA home page where you may learn more about:
 
RETA Membership ...  Individual and Corporate memberships available.
Education ... Complete training manuals focused on Industrial Refrigeration covering a wide range of topics valuable to operators and technicians alike.
On-Line Training Program ... Provides self-paced on-line training complete with documentation and immediate feedback.
Operator Certification ... An ANSI Accredited Program directed toward meeting the industry's need for qualified operators.
Publications, technical papers, bulletins, and the annual RETA conference. 


 



About RETA -  Arizona Chapter
Founded in 2005, the Arizona Chapter of RETA proudly boasts a membership of more than 100 individuals representing all facets of the refrigeration industry.

Monthly chapter meetings are held September through May (except holidays) on the last Thursday of the month. Meeting topics generally consist of technical discussions and/or training and supper. Training topics and discussions touch all aspects of the refrigeration industry, from safe operations to legislative updates. Please see our Technical Library for a sample of previous meeting topics. Other offerings include situation debriefings, processing/distribution facility tours and special "hands on" training seminars where members and friends can gain direct experience and upgrade their skills on critical topics.

Meetings are open to members and guests, and we welcome anyone with an interest in industrial refrigeration. If you have a serious interest in industrial refrigeration, please join us!


 

   
     
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