This European Standard applies to electrical underfloor heating of dwellings and all other buildings whose use corresponds to dwellings or is at least similar, having a maximum load bearing in use of 4 kN/m².  This European Standard defines the main characteristics of electrical underfloor heating and establishes the method of testing of these characteristics as information for the user. This European Standard does not deal with: -   installation and safety requirements; DIN VDE 0100-723.

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This document specifies the requirements and test methods for the construction, safety, classification, marking and efficiency of non-domestic gas-fired overhead radiant strips heaters and multi-burner continuous radiant tube heater systems (referred to in the body of the text as the “system”) with each burner unit under the control of an automatic burner control system.
For radiant strip heaters incorporating a single burner, this standard is applicable to Type B22, B23, B52, B53, C12, C13, C32, C33 C52 and C53 appliances intended for use in other than domestic dwellings, in which the supply of combustion air and/or the evacuation of the products of combustion is achieved by mechanical means.
For multi-burner continuous radiant tube heater systems this standard is applicable to type B22, B52, and C52 appliances intended for use in other than domestic dwellings, in which the supply of combustion air and/or the evacuation of the products of combustion is achieved by mechanical means.
This standard also includes appliances incorporating a secondary heat exchanger in the flue system.
This standard is not applicable to:
a)   appliances designed for use in domestic dwelling;
b)   outdoor appliances;
c)   radiant strip heaters where the heat input is in excess of  300 KW (based on the net calorific value of the appropriate reference test gas);
d)   continuous radiant tube heater systems where the heat input of any individual burner unit is in excess of 70 kW (based on the net calorific value of the appropriate reference test gas);
e)   appliances having combustion products evacuation ducts that are non-metallic in the flue system – except ducts downstream of a possible additional condensing exhaust gas heat exchanger.
In addition, for heater systems incorporating multiple tube heaters this standard is not applicable to:
f)        appliances that are designed for continuous condensation within the flue system under normal      operating conditions – except downstream a possible additional exhaust gas heat exchanger.
This standard is applicable to appliances which are intended to be type tested.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements and test methods for the construction, safety, rational use of energy, classification and marking of non-domestic gas-fired overhead luminous radiant heaters for environmental comfort, referred to in the body of the text as "appliances".
This European Standard is applicable to Type A1 and Type A3 appliances only (see 4.2.2) intended for use in other than residential dwellings:
a)   low gas pressure appliances operating at pressures up to and including 50 mbar;
b)   medium gas pressure appliances operating at pressures above 50 mbar and up to 2 bar.
This European Standard is not applicable to:
-   appliances designed for use in domestic dwellings;
-   outdoor appliances;
-   appliances of heat input in excess of 120 kW (based on the net calorific value of the appropriate reference gas);
This standard is applicable to appliances which are intended to be type tested.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements and test methods for the construction, safety, classification, marking and efficiency of non-domestic gas-fired overhead radiant tube heaters incorporating a single burner and multiple burner systems (referred to in the body of the text as the "system") with each burner unit under the control of an automatic burner control system.
For radiant tube heaters incorporating a single burner, this standard is applicable to Type A2, A3, B12, B13, B22, B23, B42, B43, B52, B53, C12, C13, C32, C33, C52 and C53 appliances intended for use in other than domestic dwellings, in which the supply of combustion air and/or the evacuation of the products of combustion is achieved by mechanical means located upstream of the draught diverter, if provided.
For radiant tube heater systems incorporating multiple tube heater segments, this standard is applicable to Type B52, B52x, B53 and B53x systems intended for use in other than domestic dwellings, in which the supply of combustion air and/or the evacuation of the products of combustion is achieved by mechanical means.
This standard also includes appliances incorporating a secondary heat exchanger in the flue system.
This standard is not applicable to:
a)   appliances designed for use in domestic dwelling;
b)   outdoor appliances;
c)   appliances where the heat input of any individual burner unit is in excess of 120 kW (based on the net calorific value of the appropriate reference test gas);
d)   appliances having combustion products evacuation ducts that are non-metallic in the flue system - except ducts downstream of a possible additional condensing exhaust gas heat exchanger.
In addition, for heater systems incorporating multiple tube heaters this standard is not applicable to:
e)   appliances and systems that are designed for continuous condensation within the flue system under normal operating conditions - except downstream a possible additional exhaust gas heat exchanger.
This standard is applicable to systems which are intended to be type tested.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements and test methods for the construction, safety, rational use of energy, classification and marking of non-domestic gas-fired overhead luminous radiant heaters for environmental comfort, referred to in the body of the text as "appliances".
This European Standard is applicable to Type A1 and Type A3 appliances only (see 4.2.2) intended for use in other than residential dwellings:
a)   low gas pressure appliances operating at pressures up to and including 50 mbar;
b)   medium gas pressure appliances operating at pressures above 50 mbar and up to 2 bar.
This European Standard is not applicable to:
-   appliances designed for use in domestic dwellings;
-   outdoor appliances;
-   appliances of heat input in excess of 120 kW (based on the net calorific value of the appropriate reference gas);
This standard is applicable to appliances which are intended to be type tested.

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This standard applies to electric direct-acting room heaters. They may be portable, stationary, fixed, or built-in.
It does not apply to:
- thermal-storage room heaters (EN 60531);
- heating appliances incorporated in the building structure;
- central heating systems;
- heaters connected to an air duct;
- wall-paper, carpets or drapes incorporating flexible heating elements;
- sauna stoves.
This standard defines the main performance characteristics of direct-acting room heaters and specifies methods for measuring these characteristics, for the information of users.
This standard does not specify values for performance characteristics.
NOTE:
- This standard does not deal with:
- safety requirements (EN 60335-2-30);
- acoustical noise of fan heaters (EN 60704-2-2).

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This standard spplies to electric storage heaters having a daily operating cycle and intended to heat the room in which they are located.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements and test methods for the construction, safety, classification, marking and efficiency of non-domestic gas-fired overhead radiant tube heaters incorporating a single burner and multiple burner systems (referred to in the body of the text as the “system”) with each burner unit under the control of an automatic burner control system.
For radiant tube heaters incorporating a single burner, this standard is applicable to Type A2, A3, B12, B13, B22, B23, B42, B43, B52, B53, C12, C13, C32, C33, C52 and C53 appliances intended for use in other than domestic dwellings, in which the supply of combustion air and/or the evacuation of the products of combustion is achieved by mechanical means located upstream of the draught diverter, if provided.
For radiant tube heater systems incorporating multiple tube heater segments, this standard is applicable to Type B52, B52x, B53 and B53x systems intended for use in other than domestic dwellings, in which the supply of combustion air and/or the evacuation of the products of combustion is achieved by mechanical means.
This standard also includes appliances incorporating a secondary heat exchanger in the flue system.
This standard is not applicable to:
a)   appliances designed for use in domestic dwelling;
b)   outdoor appliances;
c)   appliances where the heat input of any individual burner unit is in excess of 120 kW (based on the net calorific value of the appropriate reference test gas);
d)   appliances having combustion products evacuation ducts that are non-metallic in the flue system - except ducts downstream of a possible additional condensing exhaust gas heat exchanger.
In addition, for heater systems incorporating multiple tube heaters this standard is not applicable to:
e)   appliances and systems that are designed for continuous condensation within the flue system under normal operating conditions - except downstream a possible additional exhaust gas heat exchanger.
This standard is applicable to systems which are intended to be type tested.

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This document specifies the requirements and test methods for the construction, safety, classification, marking and efficiency of non-domestic gas-fired overhead radiant strips heaters and multi-burner continuous radiant tube heater systems (referred to in the body of the text as the “system”) with each burner unit under the control of an automatic burner control system.
For radiant strip heaters incorporating a single burner, this standard is applicable to Type B22, B23, B52, B53, C12, C13, C32, C33 C52 and C53 appliances intended for use in other than domestic dwellings, in which the supply of combustion air and/or the evacuation of the products of combustion is achieved by mechanical means.
For multi-burner continuous radiant tube heater systems this standard is applicable to type B22, B52, and C52 appliances intended for use in other than domestic dwellings, in which the supply of combustion air and/or the evacuation of the products of combustion is achieved by mechanical means.
This standard also includes appliances incorporating a secondary heat exchanger in the flue system.
This standard is not applicable to:
a)   appliances designed for use in domestic dwelling;
b)   outdoor appliances;
c)   radiant strip heaters where the heat input is in excess of  300 KW (based on the net calorific value of the appropriate reference test gas);
d)   continuous radiant tube heater systems where the heat input of any individual burner unit is in excess of 70 kW (based on the net calorific value of the appropriate reference test gas);
e)   appliances having combustion products evacuation ducts that are non-metallic in the flue system – except ducts downstream of a possible additional condensing exhaust gas heat exchanger.
In addition, for heater systems incorporating multiple tube heaters this standard is not applicable to:
f)        appliances that are designed for continuous condensation within the flue system under normal      operating conditions – except downstream a possible additional exhaust gas heat exchanger.
This standard is applicable to appliances which are intended to be type tested.

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This standard spplies to electric storage heaters having a daily operating cycle and intended to heat the room in which they are located.

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This standard applies to electric direct-acting room heaters. They may be portable, stationary, fixed, or built-in. It does not apply to: - thermal-storage room heaters (EN 60531); - heating appliances incorporated in the building structure; - central heating systems; - heaters connected to an air duct; - wall-paper, carpets or drapes incorporating flexible heating elements; - sauna stoves. This standard defines the main performance characteristics of direct-acting room heaters and specifies methods for measuring these characteristics, for the information of users. This standard does not specify values for performance characteristics. NOTE: - This standard does not deal with: - safety requirements (EN 60335-2-30); - acoustical noise of fan heaters (EN 60704-2-2).

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This European Standard is applicable to residential solid fuel burning appliances.
This European Standard is not applicable to appliances with boiler parts in contact with fire or flue gases other than steel or cast iron.
This European Standard includes as well appliances which are designed for operating under room sealed conditions and that are intended to be installed with a chimney not serving any other appliance.
NOTE   Appliances receiving combustion air from outside by means of a pipe system which is not air tight are not considered roomsealed.
This European Standard does not cover appliances to be operated with ventilating systems which have pressure below - 15 Pa in the room of installation of the appliance in relation to the outside atmosphere
This European Standard specifies requirements relating to the design, manufacture, construction, safety and performance (efficiency and emission) of roomheaters fired by solid fuel (hereafter referred to as "appliance(s)") and provides instructions for them. Furthermore, it also gives provisions for evaluation of conformity i.e. initial type testing (ITT) and factory production control (FPC) and marking of these appliances.
This European Standard covers as well the CO, NOx, OGC/total hydrocarbons and particulate matter emission test methods, however it does not contain any limit values for these emissions.

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This European Standard applies to electrical underfloor heating of dwellings and all other buildings whose use corresponds to dwellings or is at least similar, having a maximum load bearing in use of 4 kN/m². This European Standard defines the main characteristics of electrical underfloor heating and establishes the method of testing of these characteristics as information for the user. This European Standard does not deal with: - installation and safety requirements; DIN VDE 0100-723.

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This European Standard specifies requirements relating to the design, manufacture, construction, safety and performance (efficiency and emission) instructions and marking together with associated test methods and test fuels for type testing residential slow heat release appliances fired by solid fuel.
This European Standard is applicable to hand fuelled intermittent burning slow heat release appliances having thermal storage capacity such that they can provide heat for a declared period of time after the fire has gone out. This European Standard also specifies a minimum time period from the appliance achieving the maximum differential surface temperature and falling to 50 % of that maximum value. These appliances provide heat into the space where they are installed.
These slow heat release appliances may be supplied either as an assembled appliance or as a manufacturer’s pre-designed unit consisting of pre-fabricated components designed to be built on site in accordance with the manufacturer’s specified assembly instructions. One off installations are not included.
These appliances may burn either solid mineral fuels, peat briquettes, natural or manufactured wood logs or be multi-fuel in accordance with the appliance manufacturer’s instructions. Wood pellets which are hand fuelled may also be burned either on the existing appliance bottomgrate or in a special basket arrangement which is placed by the user into the existing firebox.
This European Standard is not applicable to mechanically fed appliances, appliances having fan assisted combustion air or appliances with boiler.

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This European Standard applies to electrical underfloor heating of dwellings and all other buildings whose use corresponds to dwellings or is at least similar, having a maximum load bearing in use of 4 kN/m². This European Standard defines the main characteristics of electrical underfloor heating and establishes the method of testing of these characteristics as information for the user. This European Standard does not deal with: - installation and safety requirements; DIN VDE 0100-723.

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This European Standard specifies requirements relating to the design, manufacture, construction, safety and performance (efficiency and emissions), instructions and marking together with associated test methods and test fuels for type-testing residential space heaters fired by wood pellets, and mechanically fed up to 50 kW nominal heat output. These appliances may be freestanding or inset appliances and provide heat into the space where they are installed and may be operated with either natural draught or fan-assisted combustion air. Additionally, where fitted with a boiler, they also provide domestic hot water and/or central heating. These appliances burn wood pellets only, in accordance with the appliance manufacturer's instructions. They operate with firedoors closed only.
Non mechanically fed appliances burning solid mineral fuels, peat briquettes and natural or manufactured wood logs are not included in this European Standard, but are covered by EN 13229 and EN 13240.
NOTE   These appliances may have an integral fuel hopper or be combined with an external fuel hopper.

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Applies to electric storage heaters intended to heat the room in which they are located. It defines the main performance characteristics and describes methods for measuring these characteristics. It does not apply to heating appliances incorporated in the building structure, to central heating systems or to floor heating appliances.

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Applies to electric direct-acting room heaters. They may be portable, stationary, fixed or built-in. It defines the main performance characteristics and the methods for measuring these characteristics. For thermal-storage room heaters, see IEC 60531.

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This International Standard specifies methods of measurement of electrical power consumption in standby mode. It is applicable to mains powered electrical household appliances and to the mains powered parts of appliances that use other fuels such as gas or oil. This standard does not specify safety requirements. It does not specify minimum performance requirements nor does it set maximum limits on power or energy consumption. The objective of this standard is to provide a method of test to determine the power consumption of a range of appliances and equipment in standby mode (generally where the product is not performing its main function). This standard defines "standby" mode as the lowest power consumption when connected to the mains. The test method is also applicable to other low power modes where the mode is steady state or providing a background or secondary function (e.g. monitoring or display). Annex A provides some guidance on the expected modes that would be found for various appliance configurations and designs based on their circuitry and layout, but the standard does not define these modes. The relevant low power modes (in addition to standby mode) to which this test procedure is applied should be defined by performance standards of appropriate appliances. As an example, IEC 62087 specifies a range of modes for TVs, VCRs and similar equipment.

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