The Standards put forth for the remanufacture of refrigeration compressors are to be considered a minimal standard to meet the basic intent of the ICRA to ascertain that its members have guidance in producing quality, trouble free products. No standards can cover all possible procedures, materials , tolerances, techniques and testing that can be applied to such individual or company attitudes, training and facilities. This is evident when one considers other fields of maintenance, such as the automotive field, electrical and mechanical service centers, which vary greatly in their competency and the products the produce.
ICRA was formed by concerned compressor remanufactures to see that this particular trade retain a professional air such that the general public may feel confident in dealing with any of it’s many members. To this end, ICRA encourages potential users of the services of it’s members to investigate them, by examination of their facilities, by talking to other users or by whatever means appear practical to make a comparison of the service facilities or methods.