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This European Standard specifies the safety and performance requirements and tests methods for the components for supply systems. Their intended use is the supply with liquid fuel for one or more consuming units from one or more tanks.
This European Standard applies to pressurised, negative pressurised, unpressurised, underground, above ground, inside and/or outside systems to supply liquid fuels.
The components for supply systems covered by this standard are piping kits/systems and their components.
Not covered by this standard are items belonging to the consuming unit (e. g.: heating/cooling appliances in buildings) and items used for the mounting and support of components.
Not covered by this standard are items with the intended use of gas for building heating/cooling systems and any items of heating networks.
Not covered are items used for drainage (including highways) and disposal of other liquids and gaseous waste, supply of gases, pressure and vacuum systems, communications, sanitary and cleaning fixtures and storage fixtures.

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This European Standard specifies the safety and performance requirements and tests methods for the components for supply systems. Their intended use is the supply with liquid fuel for one or more consuming units from one or more tanks.
This European Standard applies to pressurised, negative pressurised, unpressurised, underground, above ground, inside and/or outside systems to supply liquid fuels.
The components for supply systems covered by this standard are piping kits/systems and their components.
Not covered by this standard are items belonging to the consuming unit (e. g.: heating/cooling appliances in buildings) and items used for the mounting and support of components.
Not covered by this standard are items with the intended use of gas for building heating/cooling systems and any items of heating networks.
Not covered are items used for drainage (including highways) and disposal of other liquids and gaseous waste, supply of gases, pressure and vacuum systems, communications, sanitary and cleaning fixtures and storage fixtures.

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This European Standard specifies the terminology, the general requirements for the construction and operation of forced draught oil burners and also the provision of control and safety devices, and the test procedure for these burners.
This European Standard applies to forced draught oil burners supplied with:
― fuel based on first raffinates and their mixtures with biogenous liquid fuels having a viscosity at the burner inlet of 1,6 mm2/s (cSt) up to 6 mm2/s (cSt) at 20 °C; and
― higher boiling petroleum based first raffinates (viscosity greater than 6 mm2/s), that require preheating for proper atomization.
This European Standard is applicable to:
― single burners fitted to a single combustion chamber;
― single burners fitted to an appliance with additional requirements;
NOTE When additional requirements apply which are not identified or specified in this standard, the specification of the required safety measures and/or protective devices and compliance with them is outside the scope of this standard.
― single-fuel and dual-fuel burners when operating on oil only;
― the oil function of dual-fuel burners designed to operate simultaneously on gaseous and liquid fuels.
This European Standard deals with all significant machine hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to burners, when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable, see Annex J.
This European Standard also deals with the additional requirements for the burners in the scope with pressurized parts and/or firing pressurized bodies, see Annex K.
This European Standard specifies the requirements to ensure the safety during commissioning, start-up, operation, shut-down and maintenance.
This European Standard deals also with forced draught burners intended to be used with biogenous liquid fuels, mixtures.
This European Standard deals also with burners equipment to increase the total appliance efficiency; see Annex M.

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This European Standard specifies the terminology, the general requirements for the construction and operation of forced draught oil burners and also the provision of control and safety devices, and the test procedure for these burners.
This European Standard applies to forced draught oil burners supplied with:
-   fuel based on first raffinates and their mixtures with biogenous liquid fuels having a viscosity at the burner inlet of 1,6 mm2/s (cSt) up to 6 mm2/s (cSt) at 20 °C, and
-   higher boiling petroleum based first raffinates (viscosity greater than 6 mm2/s), that require preheating for proper atomization.
This European Standard is applicable to:
-   single burners fitted to a single combustion chamber;
-   single burners fitted to an appliance with additional requirements;
NOTE   When additional requirements apply which are not identified or specified in this standard, the specification of the required safety measures and/or protective devices and compliance with them is outside the scope of this standard.
-   single-fuel and dual-fuel burners when operating on oil only;
-   the oil function of dual-fuel burners designed to operate simultaneously on gaseous and liquid fuels.
This European Standard deals with all significant machine hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to burners, when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable, see Annex J.
This European Standard also deals with the additional requirements for the burners in the scope with pressurized parts and/or firing pressurized bodies, see Annex K.
This European Standard specifies the requirements to ensure the safety during commissioning, start-up, operation, shut-down and maintenance.
This European Standard deals also with forced draught burners intended to be used with biogenous liquid fuels, mixtures.
This European Standard deals also with burners and their equipment to increase the total appliance efficiency, see Annex M.

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The test code applies to the determination of the perfomances of  heating boilers combi boilers and water heaters fired by liquid fuels. The requirements are laid down in EN 303-1 and EN 303-2.
This code includesthe requirements and recommendations for carrying out and evaluating the procedure for testing boilers and also the details of the technical conditions under which the tests shall be carried out.

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This standard is applicable to heating boilers in accordance with EN 303-1 up to a nominal heat output of 1 000 kW and EN 303-4 up to a nominal heat output of 70 kW with atomizing oil burners  in accordance with EN 267 which are designed for operating with liquid fuels.
This European Standard applies to low temperature boilers in accordance with EN 303 1/A1 and specifies the heating related requirements necessary for liquid fuels for low temperature boilers and the required additional duration test for oil fired low temperature boilers.
The performance requirements of this standard apply to type testing to heating boilers (standard, low temperature and condensing boilers) which are tested on a test rig in accordance with the test code given in EN 304.
This standard applies also to room sealed boilers as defined in EN 15035 regarding efficiency and emissions.
This standard specifies the necessary heating technical requirements for heating boilers with liquid fuels.
NOTE   This Standard can also be used as the basis for evaluation of package boiler /burner units.

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This document specifies the minimum requirements for rubber hoses and hose assemblies for use in oil
burners.
The following two types of hose assembly are specified.
— Type 1: Hose assemblies for flux and reflux, but not for insertion between the oil burner pump
and the atomizing connection; maximum working pressure 1,0 MPa (10 bar); maximum oil
temperature 100 °C.
— Type 2: Hose assemblies for insertion between the oil burner pump and the atomizing connection;
maximum working pressure 4,0 MPa (40 bar); maximum oil temperature 100 °C.
The hose assemblies specified in this document are not intended to be used, without special assessment,
for purposes other than oil burner installations.

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ISO 6806:2017 specifies the minimum requirements for rubber hoses and hose assemblies for use in oil burners.
The following two types of hose assembly are specified.
- Type 1: Hose assemblies for flux and reflux, but not for insertion between the oil burner pump and the atomizing connection; maximum working pressure 1,0 MPa (10 bar); maximum oil temperature 100 °C.
- Type 2: Hose assemblies for insertion between the oil burner pump and the atomizing connection; maximum working pressure 4,0 MPa (40 bar); maximum oil temperature 100 °C.
The hose assemblies specified in this document are not intended to be used, without special assessment, for purposes other than oil burner installations.

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ISO 6806:2017 specifies the minimum requirements for rubber hoses and hose assemblies for use in oil burners. The following two types of hose assembly are specified. - Type 1: Hose assemblies for flux and reflux, but not for insertion between the oil burner pump and the atomizing connection; maximum working pressure 1,0 MPa (10 bar); maximum oil temperature 100 °C. - Type 2: Hose assemblies for insertion between the oil burner pump and the atomizing connection; maximum working pressure 4,0 MPa (40 bar); maximum oil temperature 100 °C. The hose assemblies specified in this document are not intended to be used, without special assessment, for purposes other than oil burner installations.

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EN ISO 23553-1 specifies safety, constructional and performance requirements and testing of automatic and semi-automatic valves for oil. It applies to automatic and semi-automatic valves which are: - normally closed; - used in combustion plants to interrupt the oil flow with or without delay on closing; - for use with oil types (e.g. middle distillate fuel oil, crude oil, heavy fuel oil or kerosene) without gasoline.

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ISO 23553-1:2014 specifies safety, constructional and performance requirements and testing of automatic and semi-automatic valves for oil.
It applies to automatic and semi-automatic valves which are:
-normally closed;
-used in combustion plants to interrupt the oil flow with or without delay on closing;
-for use with oil types (e.g. middle distillate fuel oil, crude oil, heavy fuel oil or kerosene) without gasoline;
-for use on burners or in appliances using oil;
-directly or indirectly operated, electrically or by mechanical or hydraulic means;
-fitted with or without closed-position indicator switches.
ISO 23553-1:2014 covers type testing only.

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ISO 23553-1:2014 specifies safety, constructional and performance requirements and testing of automatic and semi-automatic valves for oil. It applies to automatic and semi-automatic valves which are: -normally closed; -used in combustion plants to interrupt the oil flow with or without delay on closing; -for use with oil types (e.g. middle distillate fuel oil, crude oil, heavy fuel oil or kerosene) without gasoline; -for use on burners or in appliances using oil; -directly or indirectly operated, electrically or by mechanical or hydraulic means; -fitted with or without closed-position indicator switches. ISO 23553-1:2014 covers type testing only.

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This European Standard specifies the safety, construction and performance requirements for automatic burner control systems, programming units and flame detector devices, intended for use with gas and oil burners and gas and oil burning appliances, with or without fans and similar use. This European Standard is applicable to automatic burner control systems that include additional functions. This European Standard does not cover automatic burner control systems utilizing thermo-electric flame supervision devices.

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ISO 22968:2010 specifies the terminology, test procedures and general requirements for the construction and operation of automatic forced draught oil burners supplied with a fuel having a viscosity at the burner inlet of 1,6 mm2/s (cSt) to 6 mm2/s (cSt) at 20 °C or higher, boiling petroleum in accordance with ISO 8217-based first raffinates, and the provision of related control and safety devices. It is applicable to automatic oil burners fitted with a combustion air fan, equipped as described therein, and intended for use in appliances of different types and operated with fuel oils, single burners with a single combustion chamber, single‑fuel and dual‑fuel burners when operating only on oil, and the oil function of dual-fuel burners designed for simultaneous operation on gaseous and liquid fuels (for the former operation, see also ISO 22967). It is not applicable to burners used in direct fired processes either with defined combustion chamber applications or where the combustion chamber wall surface temperature is greater than 750 °C or the heat transfer medium temperature is greater than 500 °C.

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This European Standard specifies a method for the determination of the spray characteristic and the index angle of oil pressure atomizing nozzles.

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This European Standard specifies a method for the determination of the spray characteristic and the index angle of oil pressure atomizing nozzles.

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This European Standard specifies the dimensions for connectors and certain dimensional characteristics of pumps for atomizing oil burners.

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This European Standard specifies the dimensions of motors for atomizing oil burners.

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This European Standard specifies the dimensions for connectors and certain dimensional characteristics of pumps for atomizing oil burners.

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This European Standard specifies the dimensions of motors for atomizing oil burners.

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2021-01-15 - JE- TC - Corrects the wording related to Formula (6) in 5.5.1.2.1.4, 5.5.1.2.2.3, 5.5.1.3.3, 5.5.1.4.3, 5.12.2.1.3, 5.12.2.2.3 and 5.19.20.4.3 + Consolidated text not in XML, as mother standard EN 12514:2020 was not prepared in XML

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This European standards applies to oil pressure atomizing nozzles without backflow - herein called atomizing nozzles - with a nominal throughout <= 6,30 kg/h at 10 bar with a fuel oil. They are characterized by the requirements concerning the operational function according to clause 5.

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Standardization of automatic control devices and flame detectors for atomizing oil burners.

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This European standards applies to oil pressure atomizing nozzles without backflow - herein called atomizing nozzles - with a nominal throughout <= 6,30 kg/h at 10 bar with a fuel oil. They are characterized by the requirements concerning the operational function according to clause 5.

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Standardization of automatic control devices and flame detectors for atomizing oil burners.

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This European Standard specifies the safety, construction and performance requirements for automatic burner control systems, programming units and flame detector devices, intended for for similar usages, with gas and oil burners and gas and oil burning appliances, with or without fans. These devices are hereafter referred to generally as "automatic burner control systems”.
This European Standard is applicable to automatic burner control systems that include additional functions.
This European Standard does not cover automatic burner control systems utilizing thermo-electric flame supervision devices.
NOTE 1   European Standards for burners, appliances or processes which use automatic burner control systems, programming units or flame detectors can override the requirements of this standard.
NOTE 2   Provisions for production control are not part of this European Standard.

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This European Standard specifies the terminology, the general requirements for the construction and operation of automatic forced draught oil burners and also the provision of control and safety devices, and the test procedure for these burners.
This European Standard applies to automatic forced draught oil burners supplied with:
   a fuel having a viscosity at the burner inlet of 1,6 mm²/s (cSt) up to 6 mm²/s (cSt) at 20 °C; and
   higher boiling petroleum based first raffinates (viscosity greater than 6 mm2/s), that require preheating for proper atomisation.
This European Standard is applicable to:
   single burners fitted to a single combustion chamber;
   single burners fitted to an appliance with additional requirements, then the relevant standard of this appliance shall be taken into account;
   single-fuel and dual-fuel burners when operating on oil only;
   the oil function of dual-fuel burners designed to operate simultaneously on gaseous and liquid fuels, in which case the requirements of EN 676 will also apply in respect of the gaseous fuel function.
This European Standard deals with all significant machine hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to burners, when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer, see Annex J.
This European Standard also deals with the additional requirements for the burners in the scope with pressurised parts and/or firing pressurised bodies, see Annex K.
This European Standard specifies the requirements to be met by the manufacturer to ensure the safety during commissioning, start-up, operation, shut-down and maintenance.
This European Standard does not deal with hazards due to specific applications.
This European Standard deals also with forced draught burners intended to be used with biogenous fuels, mixtures.
This European Standard deals also with burners equipped to increase the total appliance efficiency; see Annex L.

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This European Standard specifies the terminology, the general requirements for the construction and operation of automatic forced draught oil burners and also the provision of control and safety devices, and the test procedure for these burners.
This European Standard applies to automatic forced draught oil burners supplied with:
-   a fuel having a viscosity at the burner inlet of 1,6 mm²/s (cSt) up to 6 mm²/s (cSt) at 20 °C; and
-   higher boiling petroleum based first raffinates (viscosity greater than 6 mm2/s), that require preheating for proper atomisation.
This European Standard is applicable to:
-   single burners fitted to a single combustion chamber;
-   single burners fitted to an appliance with additional requirements, then the relevant standard of this appliance shall be taken into account;
-   single-fuel and dual-fuel burners when operating on oil only;
-   the oil function of dual-fuel burners designed to operate simultaneously on gaseous and liquid fuels, in which case the requirements of EN 676 will also apply in respect of the gaseous fuel function.
This European Standard deals with all significant machine hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to burners, when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer, see Annex J.
It deals with the additional requirements for the burners in the scope with pressurised parts and/or firing pressurised bodies, see Annex K.
This European Standard specifies the requirements to be met by the manufacturer to ensure the safety during commissioning, start-up, operation, shut-down and maintenance.
This European Standard does not deal with hazards due to specific applications.
This European Standard deals also with forced draught burners intended to be used with biogenous fuels, mixtures.
This European Standard deals also with burners equipped to increase the total appliance efficiency; see Annex L.

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This European Standard applies to the following parts of supply systems for the automatic liquid fuel supply of consuming units from one or more tanks:
a)   pipes;
b)   fasteners;
c)   pipeline connections;
d)   parts within pipes;
Combinations of single parts are acceptable.

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This European Standard applies to all parts of supply systems for the automatic supply of liquid fuel to one or more consuming units from one or more tanks. It applies to all parts from the tank connection(s) to the connection to the burner or the consuming units, respectively, including the direct series-connected shut-off devices.

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This European Standard applies to the following parts of supply systems for the automatic supply of liquid fuel to one or more consuming units from one or more tanks:
a)   feed pumps;
b)   control and safety devices;
c)   service tanks;
d)   service vessels.
The combination of single parts is acceptable.

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This European Standard applies to the following parts of supply systems for the automatic liquid fuel supply of consuming units from one or more tanks:
a)   isolating valve;
b)   quick-acting valve;
c)   switch-over valve;
d)   forced switch-over valve;
e)   check valve;
f)   pressure compensating device;
g)   discharge valve;
h)   pressure reducer;
i)   filter;
j)   meter;
k)   de-aerator;
l)   anti-siphon safety device;
m)   pressure retaining device;
n)   isolation device;
o)   pressure gauge;
p)   vapour/air separator;
q)   pressure control path;
r)   combined part
s)   other part.

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This European Standard specifies the terminology, the general requirements for the construction and operation of automatic forced draught oil burners and also the provision of control and safety devices, and the test procedure for these burners.
This European Standard applies to automatic forced draught oil burners supplied with:
-   a fuel having a viscosity at the burner inlet of 1,6 mm²/s (cSt) up to 6 mm²/s (cSt) at 20 °C; and
-   higher boiling petroleum based first raffinates (viscosity greater than 6 mm2/s), that require preheating for proper atomisation.
This European Standard is applicable to:
-   single burners fitted to a single combustion chamber;
-   single burners fitted to an appliance with additional requirements, then the relevant standard of this appliance shall be taken into account;
-   single-fuel and dual-fuel burners when operating on oil only;
-   the oil function of dual-fuel burners designed to operate simultaneously on gaseous and liquid fuels, in which case the requirements of EN 676 will also apply in respect of the gaseous fuel function.
This European Standard deals with all significant machine hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to burners, when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer, see Annex J.
It deals with the additional requirements for the burners in the scope with pressurised parts and/or firing pressurised bodies, see Annex K.
This European Standard specifies the requirements to be met by the manufacturer to ensure the safety during commissioning, start-up, operation, shut-down and maintenance.
This European Standard does not deal with hazards due to specific applications.
This European Standard deals also with forced draught burners intended to be used with biogenous fuels, mixtures.
This European Standard deals also with burners equipped to increase the total appliance efficiency; see Annex L.

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This revision should not include the MD- and PED-related amendments A1/A2 on EN 267:1999.

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This European Standard applies to the following parts of supply systems for the automatic liquid fuel supply of consuming units from one or more tanks:
a)   pipes;
b)   fasteners;
c)   pipeline connections;
d)   parts within pipes;
Combinations of single parts are acceptable.

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This European Standard applies to all parts of supply systems for the automatic supply of liquid fuel to one or more consuming units from one or more tanks. It applies to all parts from the tank connection(s) to the connection to the burner or the consuming units, respectively, including the direct series-connected shut-off devices.

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This European Standard specifies the terminology, the general requirements for the construction and operation of forced draught oil burners and also the provision of control and safety devices, and the test procedure for these burners.
This European Standard applies to forced draught oil burners supplied with:
―   fuel based on first raffinates and their mixtures with biogenous liquid fuels having a viscosity at the burner inlet of 1,6 mm2/s (cSt) up to 6 mm2/s (cSt) at 20 °C; and
―   higher boiling petroleum based first raffinates (viscosity greater than 6 mm2/s), that require preheating for proper atomization.
This European Standard is applicable to:
―   single burners fitted to a single combustion chamber;
―   single burners fitted to an appliance with additional requirements;
NOTE   When additional requirements apply which are not identified or specified in this standard, the specification of the required safety measures and/or protective devices and compliance with them is outside the scope of this standard.
―   single-fuel and dual-fuel burners when operating on oil only;
―   the oil function of dual-fuel burners designed to operate simultaneously on gaseous and liquid fuels.
This European Standard deals with all significant machine hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to burners, when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable, see Annex J.
This European Standard also deals with the additional requirements for the burners in the scope with pressurized parts and/or firing pressurized bodies, see Annex K.
This European Standard specifies the requirements to ensure the safety during commissioning, start-up, operation, shut-down and maintenance.
This European Standard deals also with forced draught burners intended to be used with biogenous liquid fuels, mixtures.
This European Standard deals also with burners equipped to increase the total appliance efficiency; see Annex M.

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This European Standard applies to the following parts of supply systems for the automatic liquid fuel supply of consuming units from one or more tanks:
a)   isolating valve;
b)   quick-acting valve;
c)   switch-over valve;
d)   forced switch-over valve;
e)   check valve;
f)   pressure compensating device;
g)   discharge valve;
h)   pressure reducer;
i)   filter;
j)   meter;
k)   de-aerator;
l)   anti-siphon safety device;
m)   pressure retaining device;
n)   isolation device;
o)   pressure gauge;
p)   vapour/air separator;
q)   pressure control path;
r)   combined part
s)   other part.

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This European Standard applies to the following parts of supply systems for the automatic supply of liquid fuel to one or more consuming units from one or more tanks:
a)   feed pumps;
b)   control and safety devices;
c)   service tanks;
d)   service vessels.
The combination of single parts is acceptable.

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This standard applies to oil feed pumps, oil supply tanks and corresponding control and safety devices of oil supply installations for automatic supply of one or more oil burners or oil consuming units with light fuel oil (maximum viscosity of 10 mm2/s at a temperature of 20°C) from one or more central storage tanks under static or dynamic pressure.

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This standard applies to valves, pipes, filters and meters of oil supply installations for automatic supply of one or more oil burners or oil consuming units with fuel oil from one or more central storage tanks under static or dynamic pressure. This standard covers all the above mentioned components between the connection to one or more tanks and the connection to oil burners or oil consuming units, including the direct series-connected shut-off devices.

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This European Standard specifies the terminology, the general requirements for the construction and operation of automatic forced draught oil burners and also the provision of control and safety devices, and the test procedure for these burners.
This European Standard applies to automatic forced draught oil burners supplied with:
-   a fuel having a viscosity at the burner inlet of 1,6 mm²/s (cSt) up to 6 mm²/s (cSt) at 20 °C; and
-   higher boiling petroleum based first raffinates (viscosity greater than 6 mm2/s), that require preheating for proper atomisation.
This European Standard is applicable to:
-   single burners fitted to a single combustion chamber;
-   single burners fitted to an appliance with additional requirements, then the relevant standard of this appliance shall be taken into account;
-   single-fuel and dual-fuel burners when operating on oil only;
-   the oil function of dual-fuel burners designed to operate simultaneously on gaseous and liquid fuels, in which case the requirements of EN 676 will also apply in respect of the gaseous fuel function.
This European Standard deals with all significant machine hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to burners, when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer, see Annex J.
This European Standard also deals with the additional requirements for the burners in the scope with pressurised parts and/or firing pressurised bodies, see Annex K.
This European Standard specifies the requirements to be met by the manufacturer to ensure the safety during commissioning, start-up, operation, shut-down and maintenance.
This European Standard does not deal with hazards due to specific applications.
This European Standard is not applicable to automatic forced draught oil burners which are manufactured before the date of its publication as European Standard.

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This European Standard specifies the terminology, the general requirements for the construction and operation of automatic forced draught oil burners and also the provision of control and safety devices, and the test procedure for these burners.
This European Standard applies to automatic forced draught oil burners supplied with:
-   a fuel having a viscosity at the burner inlet of 1,6 mm²/s (cSt) up to 6 mm²/s (cSt) at 20 °C; and
-   higher boiling petroleum based first raffinates (viscosity greater than 6 mm2/s), that require preheating for proper atomisation.
This European Standard is applicable to:
-   single burners fitted to a single combustion chamber;
-   single burners fitted to an appliance with additional requirements, then the relevant standard of this appliance shall be taken into account;
-   single-fuel and dual-fuel burners when operating on oil only;
-   the oil function of dual-fuel burners designed to operate simultaneously on gaseous and liquid fuels, in which case the requirements of EN 676 will also apply in respect of the gaseous fuel function.
This European Standard deals with all significant machine hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to burners, when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer, see Annex J.
This European Standard also deals with the additional requirements for the burners in the scope with pressurised parts and/or firing pressurised bodies, see Annex K.
This European Standard specifies the requirements to be met by the manufacturer to ensure the safety during commissioning, start-up, operation, shut-down and maintenance.
This European Standard does not deal with hazards due to specific applications.
This European Standard is not applicable to automatic forced draught oil burners which are manufactured before the date of its publication as European Standard.

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This International Standard specifies the minimum requirements for rubber hoses and hose assemblies
for use in oil burners.
The following two types of hose assembly are specified.
— Type 1: Hose assemblies for flux and reflux, but not for insertion between the oil burner pump and
the atomizing connection; maximum working pressure 1,0 MPa (10 bar); maximum oil temperature
100 °C.
— Type 2: Hose assemblies for insertion between the oil burner pump and the atomizing connection;
working pressure 4,0 MPa (40 bar); maximum oil temperature 100 °C.
NOTE The hose assemblies specified in this International Standard are not intended to be used, without
special assessment, for purposes other than oil burner installations.

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