1.1 General
This European Standard applies to heating boilers including safety devices up to a nominal heat output of 500 kW which are designed for the burning of solid fuels only and are operated according to the instructions of the boiler manufacturer.
This European Standard deals with significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to heating boilers used as intended and under the conditions foreseen by the manufacturer (see Clause 4).
The boilers may operate under natural draught or forced draught. The stoking may work manually or automatically.
The boilers may operate under room sealed conditions in case of supervised under pressure in the combustion chamber.
The boilers may operate in condensing condition.
NOTE This European Standard deals with boilers which are both within and outside of the scope of the Machinery
Directive 2006/42/EC.
This European Standard contains requirements and test methods for safety, combustion quality, operating characteristics, marking and maintenance of heating boilers and secondary emission reduction appliances and efficiency improvement appliances. It also covers all external equipment that influences the safety systems (e.g. back burning safety device, integral fuel hopper).
This European Standard covers only boilers that include burners as a unit. The standard applies to the combination of a boiler body with a solid fuel burner according to EN 15270 as a unit only when the whole unit is tested in accordance with this European Standard.
Heating boilers in accordance with this European Standard are designed for central heating installations where the heat carrier is water and the maximum allowable temperature is 110 °C, and which can operate at a maximum allowable operating pressure of 6 bars. For heating boilers with a built-in or attached water heater (storage or continuous flow heater), this European Standard only applies to those parts of the water heater which are necessarily subject to the operating conditions of the heating boiler (heating part).
This European Standard does not apply to:
heating boilers and other heating appliances which are also designed for the direct heating of the place of installation;
cooking appliances;
the design and construction of external fuel storage and transportation devices prior to the safety devices of the boiler;
room sealed applications above a nominal heat output > 70 kW or operated with positive pressure in the combustion chamber or operated under natural draught;
This European Standard specifies the necessary terminology for solid fuel heating boilers, the control and safety related requirements, the design requirements, the technical heating requirements (taking into account the environmental requirements) and testing, as well as the marking requirements.
This European Standard is not applicable to heating boilers which are tested before the date of its publication as an EN (European Standard).
1.2 Fuels
These boilers may burn either fossil fuels, biogenic fuels or other fuels such as peat, as specified for their use by the boiler manufacturer, in accordance with the requirements of this European Standard.
Solid fuels included in this European Standard are categorised as follows.
1.2.1 Biogenic fuels
Biomass in a natural state, in the form of:
Adaptation to new fuels standards and consideration of new fuels standards in preparation.
A log wood with moisture content w ≤ 25 %, according to EN 14961-5;
B1 chipped wood (wood chipped by machine, usually up to a maximum length of 15 cm) with moisture content from w 15 % to w 35 %, according to EN 14961-4;
B2 chipped wood as under B1, except with moisture content w > 35 %;
C1 compressed wood (e.g. pellets without additives, made of wood and/or bark particles; natural binding agents such as molasses, vegetable paraffins and starch are permitted), pellets according to EN 14961-2;
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This European Standard specifies requirements relating to the design, manufacture, construction, performance (efficiency and emission), safety, instructions and marking together with associated test methods and test fuels for type testing residential independent boilers fired by solid fuel.
This standard is applicable to hand and automatically fired appliances having nominal heat outputs up to 50 kW, the primary function of which is to provide hot water for central heating and/or domestic use, and which are designed for use only with open vented systems at a working pressure not exceeding 2 bar. In addition to their primary function of providing hot water these appliances also provide space heating to the place of installation. These appliances may burn either solid mineral fuels, peat briquettes or natural or manufactured wood logs or be multi-fuel in accordance with the appliance manufacturer's instructions.
This standard is not applicable to independent boilers for hot water only production and having heat outputs of less than 5 kW.
This standard is also not applicable to the design and construction of automatic stoking devices.

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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 is applicable to residential solid fuel burning appliances.
This European Standard specifies requirements relating to the design, manufacture, construction, safety and performance (efficiency and emission) of appliances fired by solid fuel (hereafter referred to as appliance(s)) and provides instructions for them. Furthermore, it also gives provisions for the evaluation of conformity i.e. initial type testing (ITT) and factory production control (FPC) and marking of these appliances.
This European Standard also covers CO, NOx, OGC and particulate matter (PM / PME - see Annex F) emission test methods, however this European Standard does not contain any values for the limit on these emissions.
Appliances receiving combustion air through ductwork from outside the external envelope, which is not air tight, are not considered roomsealed.This European Standard is not applicable to appliances with boiler parts in contact with fire or flue gases other than when the boiler parts are manufactured from steel or cast iron.
This European Standard is not applicable to appliances with a boiler intended for water systems having
-   water temperatures above 110 °C and/or an operating pressure of more than 3 bar;
-   direct contact with sanitary hot water.
This European Standard does not cover appliances to be operated with ventilating systems which are intended to operate with pressure below - 15 Pa in the room of installation of the appliance in relation to the outside atmosphere.
This European Standard does not cover appliances intended to carry the load of a chimney.

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TC - Addition of NOTE in 6.2

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TC - Addition of NOTE in 6.3.2

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TC - Modification to A.6.2.1.1

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TC - Modification to A.6.2.1.2, Equation 4

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This Standard is applicable to non-mechanically fired appliances whose primary function is to provide heat into the space in which they are installed and which are listed under categories 1a and 2a of table 1 of prEN 13240. Additionally, where fitted with a boiler, they also provide domestic hot water and/or central heating. These appliances may burn naturally occurring or manufactured solid mineral fuels, peat briquettes, natural or manufactured wood logs and biomass based products which are in the form of an identifiable consistent product or be multi-fuel in accordance with the appliance manufacturer's instructions. This standard is not applicable to appliances having fan assisted combustion air.

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This Standard is applicable to hand fired appliances whose primary function is to provide heat into the space in which they are installed and which are listed under categories 1b, 1c, 2b, 2c, 3a, 3b and 3c of table 1 of prEN 13229. Additionally, where fitted with a boiler, they also provide domestic hot water and/or central heating. These appliances may burn naturally occurring or manufactured solid mineral fuels, peat briquettes, natural or manufactured wood logs and biomass based products which are in the form of an identifiable consistent product or be multi-fuel in accordance with the appliance manufacturer's instructions. The surround of the appliance is integrated with the building with the exception of free-standing appliances and inset appliances which are installed into a fireplace recess or enclosure. This standard is not applicable to appliances having fan assisted combustion air. Open fireplace components such as a bottomgrate with associated firefront which the manufacturer supplied for installation inti an existing heat resistant, insulated firebox are not covered by this standard.

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The amendment to be drafted to cover Kachelofen and Putzofen appliances.

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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 roomheaters fired by solid fuel.
This Standard is applicable to non-mechanically fired appliances which are listed under categories 1a and 2a of Table 1. These appliances provide heat into the space where they are installed. Additionally, where fitted with a boiler, they also provide domestic hot water and/or central heating. 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.
This standard is not applicable to appliances with fan assisted combustion air.

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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 for type testing, residential open fires and inset appliances fired by solid fuel.
This standard is applicable to hand fired appliances which are listed under categories 1b, 1c, 2b, 2c, 3a, 3b and 3c of Table 1. The surround of the appliances is integrated with the building with the exception of free-standing appliances and inset appliances which are installed into a fireplace recess or enclosure.
This standard is not applicable to appliances with fan assisted combustion air.
These appliances provide heat into the space where they are installed.  Additionally, where fitted with a boiler, they also provide domestic hot water and/or central heating.  They 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.
Open fireplace components such as a bottomgrate with associated firefront which the manufacturer supplies for installation into an existing heat resistant, insulated firebox are not covered by this standard.

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IEC 60335-2-102:2017 is available as IEC 60335-2-102:2017 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.
IEC 60335-2-102:2017 deals with the safety of gas, oil and solid-fuel burning appliances having electrical connections, for household and similar purposes, their rated voltage being not more than 250 V for single-phase appliances and 480 V for other appliances. This standard covers the electrical safety and some other safety aspects of these appliances. All safety aspects are covered when the appliance also complies with the relevant standard for the fuel-burning appliance. If the appliance incorporates electric heating sources, safety aspects concerning these electric sources are covered when the appliance also complies with the relevant part 2 of IEC 60335. Examples of appliances within the scope of this standard are
– central heating boilers;
– commercial catering equipment;
– cooking appliances;
– laundry and cleaning appliances;
– room heaters;
– warm air heaters;
– water heaters.
Appliances not intended for normal household use but which nevertheless may be a source of danger to the public, such as appliances intended to be used by laymen in shops, in light industry and on farms, are within the scope of this standard. This standard deals with the reasonably foreseeable hazards presented by appliances that are encountered by all persons. However, in general, it does not take into account
– persons (including children) whose
• physical, sensory or mental capabilities; or
• lack of experience and knowledge
prevents them from using the appliance safely without supervision or instruction;
– children playing with the appliance.
Attention is drawn to the fact that
– for appliances intended to be used in vehicles or on board ships or aircraft, additional requirements may be necessary;
This standard does not apply to
– appliances intended exclusively for industrial purposes;
– appliances intended to be used in locations where special conditions prevail, such as the presence of a corrosive or explosive atmosphere (dust, vapour or gas). This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition published in 2004 including its Amendment 1 (2008) and its Amendment 2 (2012). This edition constitutes constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: a spillage test is introduced for appliances that have a flat surface on which a cup may be placed (15.101); terms and definitions were renumbered and some notes have been converted to normative text or deleted (19.11.2, 22.103). This publication has been drafted in accordance with the ISO/IEC Directives, Part 2. This part 2-102 is to be used in conjunction with the latest edition of IEC 60335-1 and its amendments. It was established on the basis of IEC 60335-1:2010, its Amendment 1:2013 and its Amendment 2:2016. The attention of National Committees is drawn to the fact that equipment manufacturers and testing organizations may need a transitional period following publication of a new, amended or revised IEC publication in which to make products in accordance with the new requirements and to equip themselves for conducting new or revised tests. It is the recommendation of the committee that the content of this publication be adopted for implementation nationally not earlier than 12 months or later than 36 months from the date of publication.
Key words: Gas, Oil, Solid Fuel Burning Appliances, Safety

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Standard deals with the safety of gas, oil and solid-fuel burning appliances having electrical connections, for household and similar purposes, their rated voltage being not more than 250 V for single-phase appliances and 480 V for other appliances. The electrical safety and some other safety aspects of these appliances are also covered. All safety aspects are covered when the appliance also complies with the relevant standard for the fuel-burning appliance. If the appliance incorporates electric-heating sources, it also has to comply with the relevant part 2 of IEC 60335. Examples of appliances within the scope of this standard are: central heating boilers; commercial catering equipment; cooking appliances; laundry and cleaning appliances; room heaters; warm air heaters; water heaters.

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This European Standard deals with the safety of gas, oil and solid-fuel burning appliances having electrical connections, their rated voltage being not more than 250 V for single-phase appliances and 480 V for other appliances. This standard covers the electrical safety and some other safety aspects of these appliances. All safety aspects of these appliances, including those relevant to the noise emitted, are only covered when the appliance also complies with the relevant product standard for the fuel-burning appliance. If the appliance incorporates electric heating sources, it also has to comply with the relevant Part 2 of EN 60335. Additional requirements for appliances and machines with moving parts and intended for commercial use are given in Annex ZE. NOTE 101 Examples of appliances within the scope of this standard are – central heating boilers; – commercial catering equipment; – cooking appliances; – laundry and cleaning appliances; – room heaters; – warm air heaters; – water heaters. NOTE Z1 Examples of appliance for household environment are appliances for typical housekeeping functions used in the household environment and appliances for typical housekeeping functions used by non-expert users: – in shops, offices and other similar working environments, – in farm houses, – by clients in hotels, motels and other residential type environments, – in bed and breakfast type environments. NOTE Z2 Household environment includes the dwelling and its associated buildings, the garden, etc. As far as is practicable, this standard deals with the common hazards presented by appliances that are encountered by all persons in and around the home. However, in general, it does not take into account – persons (including children) whose • physical, sensory or mental capabilities; or • lack of experience and knowledge prevents them from using the appliance safely without supervision or instruction; – children playing with the appliance. This standard has to be applied in conjunction with the relevant standards for appliances and for control devices. Examples are listed in Annexes ZAA and ZBB. NOTE 102 Attention is drawn to the fact that – for appliances intended to be used in vehicles or on board ships or aircraft, additional requirements may be necessary; – in many countries additional requirements are specified by the national health authorities, the national authorities responsible for the protection of labour and similar authorities. NOTE 103 This standard does not apply to – appliances intended exclusively for industrial purposes; – appliances intended to be used in locations where special conditions prevail, such as the presence of a corrosive or explosive atmosphere (dust, vapour or gas).

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This European Standard covers multi-firing sauna stoves in which the heating stones are separated from and indirectly heated by the fire and the flue gases and which may be re-fuelled with several fuel loads. This European Standard specifies requirements relating to the design, manufacture, construction, safety and performance (efficiency and emission) of multi-firing sauna stoves fired by wood logs 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 products. This standard is applicable to hand-fuelled intermittent burning multi-firing sauna stoves, which provide heat into the space where they are installed. These multi-firing sauna stoves may be supplied either as an assembled appliance or as a manufacturer’s predesigned 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 multi-firing sauna stoves may burn only natural wood logs in accordance with the appliance operating instructions. Single-firing heat storage sauna stoves, in which the stones are directly heated by the fire and the flue gases, which pass through them, are not covered by this European Standard. This standard is also not applicable to mechanically fed sauna stoves, sauna stoves having fan assisted combustion air, sauna stoves fitted with a boiler, sauna stoves with incorporated flue or sauna stoves having any electrical connection.

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This clause of Part 1 is replaced by the following. This International Standard deals with the safety of gas, oil and solid-fuel burning appliances having electrical connections, for household and similar purposes, their rated voltage being not more than 250 V for single-phase appliances and 480 V for other appliances. This standard covers the electrical safety and some other safety aspects of these appliances. All safety aspects are covered when the appliance also complies with the relevant standard for the fuel-burning appliance. If the appliance incorporates electric heating sources, it also has to comply with the relevant part 2 of IEC 60335. Appliances not intended for normal household use but which nevertheless may be a source of danger to the public, such as appliances intended to be used by laymen in shops, in light industry and on farms, are within the scope of this standard. As far as is practicable, this standard deals with the common hazards presented by appliances that are encountered by all persons in and around the home. However, in general, it does not take into account - the use of appliances by young children or infirm persons without supervision; - playing with the appliance by young children.

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This standard specifies calculations for the dimensioning of Kachelgrundöfen/Putzgrundöfen (tiled/mortared stoves) based upon the required nominal heat output of the stove as declared by the producer. The Kachelgrundöfen/Putzgrundöfen (tiled/mortared stoves) are of individual one-off construction design. The standard can be used for log wood fired Kachelöfen (tile stoves) that burn one fuel load per storage period with a maximum load between 10 kg and 40 kg and a storage period (nominal heating time) between 8 h and 24 h.
This standard is valid for Kachelgrundöfen/Putzgrundöfen (tiled/mortared stoves) equipped with fireclay as interior material, with an apparent density between 1,750 kg/m³ and 2,200 kg/m³, a degree of porosity from 18 % up to 33 % by volume and a heat conductivity from 0,65 W/mK up to 0,90 W/mK (temperature range 20 °C to 400 °C).
This standard is valid for Kachelgrundöfen/Putzgrundöfen (tiled/mortared stoves) with sidewise combustion air supply of the combustion chamber and an inflow speed from 2 m/s to 4 m/s, whereas the height of the lowest opening is at least 5 cm above the bottom of the combustion chamber.
This standard is not valid for combinations with water heat exchangers for central heating or other heat absorbing elements like glass plates greater than 1/6 of the combustion chamber surface, open water tanks, etc. It is also not valid for combinations with heating/fireplace elements according to EN 13229. Furthermore this standard is not valid for mass-produced prefabricated or partly prefabricated slow heat release appliances according to EN 15250.
NOTE   Although for the purposes of this standard these calculations are applicable only to the requirements of this standard, the same calculations can be used for other purposes, e.g. to verify emission levels and energy efficiency in case of burning log wood or wood briquettes according to the producer’s manual.

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This European Technical Specification is applicable to residential heating and cooking appliances burning solid fuels and details methods for the measurements of NOx, and OGC/total hydrocarbons emissions and particulate and dust produced by these appliances and is to be used in conjunction with the test methods given in the European Standards covering these appliances.
This European Technical Specification covers the NOx, and OGC/total hydrocarbons emission test methods, however it does not cover input data and detailed calculation procedures.
For the particulate and dust emissions test methods, the national documents of those countries that have a test method are reference methods which are summarised in Informative Annex A, whilst those countries that do not have a specific test method, could choose one of these methods listed in the annex.

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This European Technical Specification is applicable to residential heating and cooking appliances
burning solid fuels and details methods for the measurements of NOx, and OGC/total hydrocarbons
emissions and particulate and dust produced by these appliances and is to be used in conjunction
with the test methods given in the European Standards covering these appliances.
This European Technical Specification covers the NOx, and OGC/total hydrocarbons emission test
methods, however it does not cover input data and detailed calculation procedures.
For the particulate and dust emissions test methods, the national documents of those countries that
have a test method are reference methods which are summarised in Informative Annex A, whilst
those countries that do not have a specific test method, could choose one of these methods listed in
the annex.

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This standard specifies calculations for the dimensioning of Kachelgrundöfen/Putzgrundöfen (tiled/mortared stoves) based upon the required nominal heat output of the stove as declared by the producer. The Kachelgrundöfen/Putzgrundöfen (tiled/mortared stoves) are of individual one-off construction design. The standard can be used for log wood fired Kachelöfen (tile stoves) that burn one fuel load per storage period with a maximum load between 10 kg and 40 kg and a storage period (nominal heating time) between 8 h and 24 h.
This standard is valid for Kachelgrundöfen/Putzgrundöfen (tiled/mortared stoves) equipped with fireclay as interior material, with an apparent density between 1,750 kg/m³ and 2,200 kg/m³, a degree of porosity from 18 % up to 33 % by volume and a heat conductivity from 0,65 W/mK up to 0,90 W/mK (temperature range 20 °C to 400 °C).
This standard is valid for Kachelgrundöfen/Putzgrundöfen (tiled/mortared stoves) with sidewise combustion air supply of the combustion chamber and an inflow speed from 2 m/s to 4 m/s, whereas the height of the lowest opening is at least 5 cm above the bottom of the combustion chamber.
This standard is not valid for combinations with water heat exchangers for central heating or other heat absorbing elements like glass plates greater than 1/6 of the combustion chamber surface, open water tanks, etc. It is also not valid for combinations with heating/fireplace elements according to EN 13229. Furthermore this standard is not valid for mass-produced prefabricated or partly prefabricated slow heat release appliances according to EN 15250.
NOTE   Although for the purposes of this standard these calculations are applicable only to the requirements of this standard, the same calculations can be used for other purposes, e.g. to verify emission levels and energy efficiency in case of burning log wood or wood briquettes according to the producer’s manual.

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This European Standard relates to pellet burners having a nominal rating of not more than 70 kW, intended for fitting with appropriate boilers for hot water according to EN 303-2 and EN 303-5, and intended for high quality pellets in accordance with prCEN/TS 14961 Annex A. The standard contains requirements and test methods for safety, combustion quality, operating characteristics and maintenance and covers all external equipment which influences the safety systems.
NOTE  Other fuels will be considered in future amendments to this standard.

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This European Standard relates to pellet burners having a maximum heat input of not more than 70 kW, intended for fitting with appropriate boilers for hot water, and intended for high quality pellets in accordance with CEN/TS 14961:2005 Annex A. This standard contains requirements and test methods for safety, combustion quality, operating characteristics and maintenance of pellet burners and covers and also all external equipment that influences the safety systems. This standard also contains information on how to enable a correct match between pellet burner and boiler.
Pellet burners that are sold as a complete unit together with their own dedicated boilers are not covered.
NOTE   Other fuels will be considered in future amendments to this standard.

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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 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 clause of Part 1 is replaced by the following. This International Standard deals with the safety of gas, oil and solid-fuel burning appliances having electrical connections, for household and similar purposes, their rated voltage being not more than 250 V for single-phase appliances and 480 V for other appliances. This standard covers the electrical safety and some other safety aspects of these appliances. All safety aspects are covered when the appliance also complies with the relevant standard for the fuel-burning appliance. If the appliance incorporates electric heating sources, it also has to comply with the relevant part 2 of IEC 60335. Appliances not intended for normal household use but which nevertheless may be a source of danger to the public, such as appliances intended to be used by laymen in shops, in light industry and on farms, are within the scope of this standard. As far as is practicable, this standard deals with the common hazards presented by appliances that are encountered by all persons in and around the home. However, in general, it does not take into account - the use of appliances by young children or infirm persons without supervision; - playing with the appliance by young children.

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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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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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This European Standard specifies methods for verification of the effectiveness of the corrosion protection of reinforcing steel embedded in autoclaved aerated concrete (AAC) components according to prEN 12602 or components of lightweight aggregate concrete with open structure (LAC) according to prEN 1520.

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This standard specifies calculations for the dimensioning of Kachelgrundöfen/Putzgrundöfen (tiled/mortared stoves) based upon the required nominal heat output of the stove as declared by the producer. The Kachelgrundöfen/Putzgrundöfen (tiled/mortared stoves) are of individual one-off construction design. The standard can be used for log wood fired Kachelöfen (tile stoves) that burn one fuel load per storage period with a maximum load between 10 kg and 40 kg and a storage period (nominal heating time) between 8 h and 24 h.
This standard is valid for Kachelgrundöfen/Putzgrundöfen (tiled/mortared stoves) equipped with fireclay as interior material, with an apparent density between 1,750 kg/m³ and 2,200 kg/m³, a degree of porosity from 18 % up to 33 % by volume and a heat conductivity from 0,65 W/mK up to 0,90 W/mK (temperature range 20 °C to 400 °C).
This standard is valid for Kachelgrundöfen/Putzgrundöfen (tiled/mortared stoves) with sidewise combustion air supply of the combustion chamber and an inflow speed from 2 m/s to 4 m/s, whereas the height of the lowest opening is at least 5 cm above the bottom of the combustion chamber.
This standard is not valid for combinations with water heat exchangers for central heating or other heat absorbing elements like glass plates greater than 1/6 of the combustion chamber surface, open water tanks, etc. It is also not valid for combinations with heating/fireplace elements according to EN 13229. Furthermore this standard is not valid for mass-produced prefabricated or partly prefabricated slow heat release appliances according to EN 15250.
NOTE   Although for the purposes of this standard these calculations are applicable only to the requirements of this standard, the same calculations can be used for other purposes, e.g. to verify emission levels and energy efficiency in case of burning log wood or wood briquettes according to the producer’s manual.

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This Part 2-3 of EN 16510 is applicable to hand fired residential cookers whose primary function is to cook and whose secondary function is to provide heat into the space in which they are installed. Additionally, where fitted with a boiler, they also provide domestic hot water and/or central heating. These appliances may burn one or more types of the following solid fuels in accordance with the appliance manufacturer’s instructions:
− wood logs
− compressed untreated wood
− wood pellets
− solid mineral fuels
− peat briquettes.
This Part 2-3 of EN 16510 is not applicable to appliances with fan assisted combustion air or appliances that are mechanically fired.
This Part 2-3 of EN 16510 is to be used in conjunction with EN 16510-1 of which it is an integral part.

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This European Standard is applicable to residential solid fuel burning appliances.
This European Standard specifies requirements relating to the design, manufacture, construction, safety and performance (efficiency and emission) of appliances fired by solid fuel (hereafter referred to as appliance(s)) and provides instructions for them. Furthermore, it also gives provisions for the evaluation of conformity i.e. initial type testing (ITT) and factory production control (FPC) and marking of these appliances.
This European Standard also covers CO, NOx, OGC and particulate matter (PM / PME - see Annex F) emission test methods, however this European Standard does not contain any values for the limit on these emissions.
Appliances receiving combustion air through ductwork from outside the external envelope, which is not air tight, are not considered roomsealed.This European Standard is not applicable to appliances with boiler parts in contact with fire or flue gases other than when the boiler parts are manufactured from steel or cast iron.
This European Standard is not applicable to appliances with a boiler intended for water systems having
-   water temperatures above 110 °C and/or an operating pressure of more than 3 bar;
-   direct contact with sanitary hot water.
This European Standard does not cover appliances to be operated with ventilating systems which are intended to operate with pressure below - 15 Pa in the room of installation of the appliance in relation to the outside atmosphere.
This European Standard does not cover appliances intended to carry the load of a chimney.

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This Part 2-2 of EN 16510 is applicable to hand fed solid fuel fired inset appliances, with or without functional modification, that operate without firedoors or operate with fire doors either as closed only or as closed or open, and also includes open fires fired by solid fuel. The surround of these appliances are integrated with the building with the exception of free-standing appliances and those inset appliances which are installed into a fireplace recess or enclosure. These appliances provide heat into the space where they are installed. Additionally, where fitted with a boiler, they also provide domestic hot water and/or central heating.
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.
This Part 2-2 of EN 16510 also covers ‘Kachelofen’ and ‘Putzofen’ inset appliances, having nominal heat outputs up to 15 kW.prEN 16510-1
This Part 2-2 of EN 16510 is not applicable to appliances with fan assisted combustion air or appliances that are mechanically fed.
Open fireplace components such as a bottomgrate with associated firefront which the manufacturer supplies for installation into an existing heat resistant, insulated firebox are not covered by this Part 2-2 of EN 16510.
This Part 2-2 of EN 16510 is to be used in conjunction with EN 16510-1 of which it is an integral part.

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This part 2-6 of a European Standard series shall be applicable to space heaters, inset appliances and cookers fired by wood pellets, mechanically fed up to 50 kW nominal heat output. These appliances typically use auxiliary energy which is measured in this standard as well.
For inset pellet appliances and especially their testing, additional information is necessary from prEN 16510 2 2.
For pellet cookers and especially their testing, additional information is necessary from prEN 16510 2 3.
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 prEN 16510 2 1 to prEN 16510 2 5.
NOTE   These appliances may have an integral fuel hopper or be combined with an external fuel hopper.
This European Standard should be used in conjunction with prEN 16510-1.
The appliances covered by this part 2-6 provide heat into the space where they are installed. They may be operated with either natural draught or fan-assisted combustion air. Where fitted with a boiler, they can also provide domestic hot water and/or central heating. These appliances burn wood pellets only, in accordance with the appliance manufacturer's instructions. They only operate with the firedoors closed.
NOTE   A fan-assisted appliance does still operate under negative pressure in the flue gas system.
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.
This European Standard shall not applicable to appliances:
—   with boiler intended for water systems having water temperatures above 110°C and 3 bar; and
—   with boiler intendend for water systems having direct contact with sanitary hot water;
—   intended to be used with a pure horizontal exhaust (through the building wall);
—   with flue gas condensation in the appliance;
—   switching on / off for part load operation.

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This Part 2-4 of EN 16510 is applicable to hand and automatically fired residential independent boilers having nominal heat outputs up to 50 kW, the primary function of which is to provide hot water for central heating and/or domestic use, and which are designed for use only with open vented systems at a working pressure not exceeding 2 bar. In addition to their primary function of providing hot water these appliances also provide space heating to the place of installation.
The appliances covered by this Part 2-4 of EN 16510 may burn one or more types of the following solid fuels in accordance with the appliance manufacturer’s instructions: .
 wood logs
 compressed untreated wood
 wood pellets
 solid mineral fuels
 peat briquettes.
This Part 2-4 of EN 16510 is not applicable to independent boilers for hot water only production and having heat outputs of less than 5 kW.
This Part 2-4 of EN 16510 is also not applicable to the design and construction of automatic stoking devices.
This Part 2-4 of EN 16510 is to be used in conjunction with EN 16510-1 of which it is an integral part

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This Part 2-1 of EN 16510 is applicable to freestanding or inset roomheaters fired by solid fuel, without functional modification that operate with fire doors either as closed only or as closed or open.
The appliances covered by this Part 2-1 of EN 16510 provide heat into the space where they are installed. Additionally, where fitted with a boiler, they also provide domestic hot water and/or central heating. These appliances may burn one or more types of the following solid fuels in accordance with the appliance manufacturer’s instructions: .
 wood logs
 compressed untreated wood
 wood pellets
 solid minearal fuels
 peat briquettes.
This Part 2-1 of EN 16510 is not applicable to appliances with fan assisted combustion air or appliances that are mechanically fed.
This Part 2-1 of EN 16510 is to be used in conjunction with EN 16510-1 of which it is an integral part.

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This Part 2-2 of EN 16510 is applicable to hand fed solid fuel fired inset appliances, with or without functional modification, that operate without firedoors or operate with fire doors either as closed only or as closed or open, and also includes open fires fired by solid fuel. The surround of these appliances are integrated with the building with the exception of free-standing appliances and those inset appliances which are installed into a fireplace recess or enclosure. These appliances provide heat into the space where they are installed. Additionally, where fitted with a boiler, they also provide domestic hot water and/or central heating.
The appliances covered by this Part 2-2 of EN 16510 provide heat into the space where they are installed. Additionally, where fitted with a boiler, they also provide domestic hot water and/or central heating. 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.
This Part 2-2 of EN 16510 also covers ‘Kachelofen’ and ‘Putzofen’ inset appliances, having nominal heat outputs up to 15 kW in accordance with category lc of prEN 16510-1:2013, Table 1.
This Part 2-2 of EN 16510 is not applicable to appliances with fan assisted combustion air or appliances that are mechanically fired.
Open fireplace components such as a bottomgrate with associated firefront which the manufacturer supplies for installation into an existing heat resistant, insulated firebox are not covered by this Part 2-2 of EN 16510.

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This Part 2-1 of EN 16510 is applicable to freestanding or inset roomheaters fired by solid fuel, without functional modification that operate with fire doors either as closed only or as closed or open. This European Standard is also only applicable to non-mechanically fired roomheaters.
The appliances covered by this Part 2-1 of EN 16510 provide heat into the space where they are installed. Additionally, where fitted with a boiler, they also provide domestic hot water and/or central heating. 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.
This Part 2-1 of EN 16510 is not applicable to appliances with fan assisted combustion air or appliances that are mechanically fed.

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This Part 2-3 of EN 16510 is applicable to hand fired residential cookers whose primary function is to cook and whose secondary function is to provide heat into the space in which they are installed. Additionally, where fitted with a boiler, they also provide domestic hot water and/or central heating. These appliances may burn either solid mineral fuels, lignite briquettes, peat briquettes, natural or manufactured wood logs or be multi-fuel in accordance with the appliance manufacturer's instructions.
This Part 2-3 of EN 16510 is not applicable to appliances with fan assisted combustion air or appliances that are mechanically fired.

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This Part 2-4 of EN 16510 is applicable to hand and automatically fired residential independent boilers having nominal heat outputs up to 50 kW, the primary function of which is to provide hot water for central heating and/or domestic use, and which are designed for use only with open vented systems at a working pressure not exceeding 2 bar. In addition to their primary function of providing hot water these appliances also provide space heating to the place of installation.
The appliances covered by this Part 2-4 of EN 16510 may burn either solid mineral fuels, peat briquettes or natural or manufactured wood logs or be multi-fuel in accordance with the appliance manufacturer’s instructions.
This Part 2-4 of EN 16510 is not applicable to independent boilers for hot water only production and having heat outputs of less than 5 kW.
This Part 2-4 of EN 16510 is also not applicable to the design and construction of automatic stoking devices.

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This European Standard is applicable to residential freestanding hand fuelled intermittent burning slow heat release appliances having thermal storage capacity such that they can provide heat for an extended period of time after the fire has gone out. 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 as they are not covered by the scope of this standard.
This European standard is also applicable to appliances which are designed for operating under room sealed conditions and which are intended to be installed into a chimney not serving any other appliances.
NOTE: Appliances which receive their combustion air from outside by means of a pipe system which is not air tight are not considered room sealed in accordance with this standard.
This European Standard specifies requirements relating to the design, manufacture, construction, safety and performance (efficiency and emissions) together with associated test methods and test fuels for residential slow heat release appliances fired by solid fuel (hereafter referred to as “appliances”), 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.
These appliances provide heat by radiation and/or convection into the space where they are installed.  Additionally if fitted with a boiler or other heat exchanger these appliances may also provide domestic hot water and/or central heating.
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 specifically intended to be hand fuelled only may also be burned either on the existing appliance bottom grate 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. This European standard is also not applicable to appliances which are designed to be operated with ventilating systems which have pressure below (– 15 Pa) in relation to the outside atmosphere as measured in the room where the appliance is installed.
This European Standard covers also the 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 specifies requirements relating to the design, manufacture, construction, performance (efficiency and emission), safety, instructions and marking together with associated test methods and test fuels for type testing residential independent boilers fired by solid fuel.
This standard is applicable to hand and automatically fired appliances having nominal heat outputs up to 50 kW, the primary function of which is to provide hot water for central heating and/or domestic use, and which are designed for use only with open vented systems at a working pressure not exceeding 2 bar. In addition to their primary function of providing hot water these appliances also provide space heating to the place of installation. These appliances may burn either solid mineral fuels, peat briquettes or natural or manufactured wood logs or be multi-fuel in accordance with the appliance manufacturer’s instructions.
This standard is not applicable to independent boilers for hot water only production and having heat outputs of less than 5 kW.
This standard is also not applicable to the design and construction of automatic stoking devices.

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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 roomheaters fired by solid fuel.
This Standard is applicable to non-mechanically fired appliances which are listed under categories 1a and 2a of Table 1. These appliances provide heat into the space where they are installed. Additionally, where fitted with a boiler, they also provide domestic hot water and/or central heating. 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.
This standard is not applicable to appliances with fan assisted combustion air.

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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 for type testing, residential open fires and inset appliances fired by solid fuel.
This standard is applicable to hand fired appliances which are listed under categories 1b, 1c, 2b, 2c, 3a, 3b and 3c of Table 1. The surround of the appliances is integrated with the building with the exception of free-standing appliances and inset appliances which are installed into a fireplace recess or enclosure.
This standard is not applicable to appliances with fan assisted combustion air.
These appliances provide heat into the space where they are installed.  Additionally, where fitted with a boiler, they also provide domestic hot water and/or central heating.  They 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.
Open fireplace components such as a bottomgrate with associated firefront which the manufacturer supplies for installation into an existing heat resistant, insulated firebox are not covered by this standard.

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This document is applicable to freestanding or inset roomheaters fired by solid fuel, without functional modification that operate with fire doors either as closed only or as closed or open.
The appliances covered by this document provide heat into the space where they are installed. Additionally, where fitted with a boiler, they also provide domestic hot water and/or central heating.
These appliances can burn one or more types of the following solid fuels in accordance with the appliance manufacturer’s instructions:
-   wood logs;
-   compressed untreated wood;
-   wood pellets;
-   lignite briquettes;
-   solid mineral fuels;
-   peat briquettes.
This document is not applicable to appliances with fan assisted combustion air or appliances that are mechanically fed.
This document is used in conjunction with EN 16510 1 of which it is an integral part.

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This document is applicable to hand and automatically fired residential independent boilers (hereafter called appliances) having a nominal heat outputs up to 50 kW.
The primary function of the appliance is to provide hot water for central heating and/or domestic use. In addition to their primary function of providing hot water these appliances also provide space heating to the place of installation. They are designed for use only with open vented systems at a working pressure not exceeding 2 bar.
The appliances can burn one or more types of the following solid fuels in accordance with the appliance manufacturer’s instructions:
-   wood logs;
-   compressed untreated wood;
-   wood pellets;
-   lignite briquettes;
-   solid mineral fuels;
-   peat briquettes.
The appliances are operated closed and / or open.
The appliances are typed according to their tightness depending on their designation in accordance with a possible operation together with a room ventilation system.
This document is not applicable to appliances for hot water only production and having heat outputs of less than 5 kW.
This document is also not applicable for automatic stoking devices.
This document is used in conjunction with EN 16510 1 of which it is an integral part.

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This Part 2-1 of EN 16510 is applicable to freestanding or inset roomheaters fired by solid fuel, without functional modification that operate with fire doors either as closed only or as closed or open.
The appliances covered by this Part 2-1 of EN 16510 provide heat into the space where they are installed. Additionally, where fitted with a boiler, they also provide domestic hot water and/or central heating. These appliances may burn one or more types of the following solid fuels in accordance with the appliance manufacturer’s instructions:
-   wood logs;
-   compressed untreated wood;
-   wood pellets;
-   solid minearal fuels;
-   peat briquettes.
This Part 2-1 of EN 16510 is not applicable to appliances with fan assisted combustion air or appliances that are mechanically fed.
This Part 2-1 of EN 16510 is to be used in conjunction with EN 16510 1 of which it is an integral part.

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This document is applicable to hand fed solid fuel fired inset appliances, with or without functional modification, that operate without firedoors or operate with fire doors either as closed only or as closed or open, and also includes open fires fired by solid fuel. The surround of these appliances are integrated with the building with the exception of free-standing appliances and those inset appliances which are installed into a fireplace recess or enclosure. These appliances provide heat into the space where they are installed. Additionally, where fitted with a boiler, they also provide domestic hot water and/or central heating.
These appliances can burn one or more types of the following solid fuels in accordance with the appliance manufacturer’s instructions:
-   wood logs;
-   compressed untreated wood;
-   wood pellets;
-   lignite briquettes;
-   solid mineral fuels;
-   peat briquettes.
This document also covers ‘Kachelofen’ and ‘Putzofen’ inset appliances, having nominal heat outputs up to 15 kW.
This document is not applicable to appliances with fan assisted combustion air or appliances that are mechanically fed.
Open fireplace components such as a bottomgrate with associated firefront which the manufacturer supplies for installation into an existing heat resistant, insulated firebox are not covered by this document.
This document is used in conjunction with prEN 16510 1:2021 of which it is an integral part.

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This Part 2-3 of EN 16510 is applicable to hand fired residential cookers whose primary function is to cook and whose secondary function is to provide heat into the space in which they are installed. Additionally, where fitted with a boiler, they also provide domestic hot water and/or central heating. These appliances may burn one or more types of the following solid fuels in accordance with the appliance manufacturer’s instructions:
-   wood logs
-   compressed untreated wood
-   wood pellets
-   solid mineral fuels
-   peat briquettes.
This Part 2-3 of EN 16510 is not applicable to appliances with fan assisted combustion air or appliances that are mechanically fired.
This Part 2-3 of EN 16510 is to be used in conjunction with EN 16510-1 of which it is an integral part.

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