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 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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