Certified & Experienced Tig/Combo Pipe Welders

Ammonia Refrigeration, Inc. is one of the leading small contractors in the Industrial Refrigeration business. This family owned and operated business has grown much in the last couple years and has an unmatched reputation. We offer the industry new plant design, renovation, service and parts. With over 100 years of experience, we strive to be the best. In the last few years we have been involved in the complete renovation of some large plants.

We have a very knowledgeable service team that can install and repair compressors, pumps, valves and of course Ammonia pipe. We travel all around the states and make sure the plants that we are working with are operating at their best capacity.

Our parts department is here to offer the best in service and delivery. With a wide variety of different suppliers, and great pricing we can get any type of part you need. Working directly with manufacturers allows Ammonia Refrigeration to supply the parts quickly and at low costs to our customers.

One of our other services that we provide is a Pumpout package. With our Pumpout Rig, we can safely take out your Ammonia, allowing service to be done to your plant and then pump the system back up again. This unit holds roughly around 25 pounds of Ammonia. If you are in need of more space we have the resources to obtain as many units to accommodate your plant.

Ammonia Refrigeration Inc. is Now Hiring for the Following Positions:

Certified & Experienced Tig/Combo Pipe Welders -Up to $28.00 with approved weld test for Combo Welders (stainless/carbon steel).
Pipe Fitters - Up to $24.00 with approved skill.
Laborers - Perform various duties.
Foreman - Salary based on experience. Possible vehicle with a valid drivers license and insurance after 90 days, 50% paid by company.

All 6G Testing is a must. Travel is required.


Apply Now Ask For Dennis Daniels Ammonia Refrigeration, Inc.

(402) 241-0747 603 W. 9th St., South Sioux City, NE 



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