Automatic forced draught burners for gaseous fuels

according to clause 1 and addition:
For piping this amendment applies only for pressurised parts and accessories with a product of the maximum allowable pressure PS and the diameter DN between 100 and 350 mm of less than 3 500 bar mm (category II) or with a product of PS and DN between 25 and 100 mm of less than 1 000 bar mm (category I), as defined by EU directive 97/23/EC.
Additional electrical functional requirements are given for monitoring devices.
The risk philosophy adopted in this standard is based on the analysis of hazards on account of pressure. The standard applies to the principals to eliminate or reduce hazards and where they can not be eliminated appropriate protection measures shall apply.
Any residual hazards are identified and communicated to the user where appropriate.
Depending on the installation situation additional requirements may apply to cover the risks arising from traffic, wind, earthquake loading and external fire.

Automatische Brenner mit Gebläse für gasförmige Brennstoffe

Der folgende Satz ist als vorletzter Absatz hinzuzufügen:
"Diese Europäische Norm gilt nicht für Gasbrenner, die speziell für den Einsatz in industriellen Prozessen ausgelegt sind, die in industriellen Anlagen erfolgen.".
Der folgende Satz ist als letzter Absatz hinzuzufügen:
"Diese Europäische Norm behandelt darüber hinaus die zusätzlichen Anforderungen für die Gasbrenner mit druckbeaufschlagten Teilen und/oder die Druckgeräte befeuern, siehe Anhang K.".

Brûleurs automatiques à air soufflé pour combustibles gazeux

Pour les tuyauteries, cet amendement s’applique seulement aux parties et accessoires sous pression dont le produit de la pression maximale admissible PS et du diamètre DN, lorsqu’il est compris entre 100 et 350 mm, est inférieur à 3500 bar mm (catégorie II) ou dont le produit de PS et de DN, lorsqu’il est compris entre 25 et 100 mm, est inférieur à 1000 bar mm (catégorie I) tel que défini dans la Directive 97/23/EC.
Des exigences supplémentaires concernant le fonctionnement électrique des dispositifs de surveillance sont données.
La philosophie du risque adoptée dans la présente norme est basée sur l’analyse des risques provoqués par la pression. La présente norme s’applique aux principes permettant de supprimer ou de réduire les risques et, lorsqu’ils ne peuvent pas être éliminés,  des mesures de protection appropriées doivent être prises.
Tous les risques résiduels doivent être identifiés et indiqués à l’utilisateur  si nécessaire.
En fonction des conditions d’installation, des exigences complémentaires peuvent s’appliquer pour couvrir les risques provenant de la circulation, du vent, des effets des tremblements de terre et des feux extérieurs.

Samodejni plinski ventilatorski gorilniki - Dopolnilo A2

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december 2005
Samodejni plinski ventilatorski gorilniki – Dopolnilo A2
Automatic forced draught burners for gaseous fuels – Amendment A2
ICS 27.060.20 Referenčna številka
SIST EN 676:2004/oprA2:2005(en)

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EUROPEAN STANDARD
DRAFT
EN 676:2003
NORME EUROPÉENNE
EUROPÄISCHE NORM
prA2
September 2005
ICS
English Version
Automatic forced draught burners for gaseous fuels

Brûleurs automatiques à air soufflé pour combustibles Automatische Brenner mit Gebläse für gasförmige

gazeux Brennstoffe

This draft amendment is submitted to CEN members for enquiry. It has been drawn up by the Technical Committee CEN/TC 131.

This draft amendment A2, if approved, will modify the European Standard EN 676:2003. If this draft becomes an amendment, CEN

members are bound to comply with the CEN/CENELEC Internal Regulations which stipulate the conditions for inclusion of this amendment

into the relevant national standard without any alteration.

This draft amendment was established by CEN in three official versions (English, French, German). A version in any other language made

by translation under the responsibility of a CEN member into its own language and notified to the Management Centre has the same status

as the official versions.

CEN members are the national standards bodies of Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France,

Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia,

Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and United Kingdom.

Recipients of this draft are invited to submit, with their comments, notification of any relevant patent rights of which they are aware and to

provide supporting documentation.

: This document is not a European Standard. It is distributed for review and comments. It is subject to change without notice and

Warning
shall not be referred to as a European Standard.
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worldwide for CEN national Members.
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EN 676:2003/prA2:2005 (E)
Contents Page

Foreword .............................................................................................................................................................3

ANNEX J (normative) Additional requirements for burners with pressurised parts and

burners with monitoring devices firing pressurised equipment as defined in

Pressure Equipment (PED) Directive 97/23/EC ..................................................................................4

J.1 Scope.............................................................................................................................................................4

J.3 Terms and definitions ..................................................................................................................................4

J.5 test methods .................................................................................................................................................9

J 5.9 Pressurised Parts......................................................................................................................................9

J.5.9.3 Component design welded joint test..................................................................................................10

J.6.3 Other marking ..........................................................................................................................................10

J 6.4 Instructions for installation, adjustment, maintenance and operation..............................................10

Annex K (normative) Materials for pressurised parts ..................................................................................11

Annex ZC (informative) Relationship between this European Standard and the essential

safety requirements of the Pressure Equipment (PED) Directive 97/23/EC..................................21

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EN 676:2003/prA2:2005 (E)
Foreword

This document (EN 676:2003/prA2:2005) has been prepared by Technical Committee CEN/TC 131

“Gas burners using fans”, the secretariat of which is held by DIN.
This document is currently submitted to the CEN Enquiry.

This document has been prepared under a mandate given to CEN by the European Commission and

the European Free Trade Association, and supports essential requirements of EU Directive(s).

For relationship with EU Directive(s), see informative Annex ZC, which is an integral part of this

document.
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ANNEX J
(normative)
Additional requirements for burners with pressurised parts and
burners with monitoring devices firing pressurised equipment as
defined in Pressure Equipment (PED) Directive 97/23/EC

EN 676:2003 applies with the following supplements or modifications of the corresponding clauses.

J.1 Scope
according to clause 1 and addition:

For piping this amendment applies only for pressurised parts and accessories with a product of the

maximum allowable pressure PS and the diameter DN between 100 and 350 mm of less than 3 500

bar mm (category II) or with a product of PS and DN between 25 and 100 mm of less than 1 000 bar

mm (category I), as defined by EU directive 97/23/EC.
Additional electrical functional requirements are given for monitoring devices.

The risk philosophy adopted in this standard is based on the analysis of hazards on account of

pressure. The standard applies to the principals to eliminate or reduce hazards and where they can

not be eliminated appropriate protection measures shall apply.

Any residual hazards are identified and communicated to the user where appropriate.

Depending on the installation situation additional requirements may apply to cover the risks arising

from traffic, wind, earthquake loading and external fire.
J.3 Terms and definitions
J.3.2.3 Gas line components
according to clause 3.2.3 and addition:
J.3.2.3.5
pressurised parts

piping components and devices having pressure bearing housings with a pressure greater than 500

mbar
NOTE See EU Directive 97/23/EC
J 3.2.3.6
means for draining and venting

devices to allow harmless draining and venting of the pressurised fuel supply lines

J.3.2.4.18
monitoring devices

devices used for monitoring and controlling the burner when firing pressurised equipment

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J 4.2.1 Design
according to clause 4.2.1 and addition:

The design of the burner shall be based on the intended life time declared by the manufacturer. The

intended life time of the equipment shall be taken into account.

The pressure equipment shall be properly designed taking all relevant factors into account in order to

ensure that the equipment will be safe throughout its intended life.

The design shall incorporate appropriate safety coefficients using comprehensive methods which are

known to incorporate adequate safety margins against all relevant failure modes in a consistent

manner.

NOTE The life time of the components may differ from the life time of the burner.

J 4.2.4 Materials
according to clause 4.2.4 and addition:

If the pressurised parts carry aggressive media, the materials used shall be resistant to this media.

J 4.2.7 pressurised parts
J 4.2.7.1 Design

Pressurised parts shall be designed for loadings appropriate to their intended use and other

reasonably foreseeable operating conditions.
Pressurised parts shall withstand a pressure strength test according to J.5.9.1.
J 4.2.7.2 Materials

Materials of pressurised parts, which are subject to a maximum allowable pressure > 0,5 bar, shall be

suitable for the intended lifetime unless replacement is foreseen. Such materials shall be verified

according to the following requirements:
Materials
 shall comply with harmonised standards (see table K.1), or

 shall be covered by a European approval of pressure equipment materials (e.g. EN 13840), or

 shall be subject of a particular material appraisal.

Materials used in similar applications under similar operating conditions, which have been recognised

as being safe to use before 29 November 1999 may also be regarded as suitable. The safety of

pressurised parts using such materials shall be verified in combination with the design assessment

according to J.4.2.7.1.

The equipment manufacturer shall take appropriate measures to ensure that the material used

conforms with the required specification. In particular, documentation prepared by the material

manufacturer affirming compliance with a specification shall be obtained for all materials.

For the main pressure-bearing parts of equipment in category II, this shall take the form of a certificate

of specific product control.
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NOTE 1 For a list of materials used for the construction of pressure equipment and recognised as being safe

to use before 29 November 1999, see table K.2 and K.3.
J.4.2.7.3 Permanent joints

Permanent joints and adjacent zones must be free of any surface or internal defects detrimental to the

safety of the equipment.

The properties of permanent joints must meet the minimum properties specified for the materials to be

joined unless other relevant property values are specifically taken into account in the design

calculations

For pressure equipment, permanent joining of components which contribute to the pressure resistance

of equipment and components which are directly attached to them must be carried out by suitably

qualified personnel according to suitable operating procedures
J.4.3.2 Electrical safety

all electrical equipment and connections of the burner shall comply with the requirements of EN

50156-1,unless otherwise specified in this annex.
J 4.3.4.1 General
according to clause 4.3.4.1 and addition

All gas line components shall be assembled and mounted without bending, torque and other

mechanical stress.

All gas line components used as pressurised parts shall comply with the PED or its mandated

standards gas line components at a pressure > 0,5 bar up to 4 bar shall be designed up to DN 50 with

threads of 2 inches or flanges. Larger dimensions shall be flanged

All gas line components shall be protected against possible flashback by appropriate means.

All gas line components in case of aggressive gases shall be made of materials for appropriate lifetime.

The manufacturer shall declare periods of service and maintenance and declare appropriate lifetime or

cycles to maintain safety.
J.4.3.4.4 gas pressure governor
The gas pressure governor shall comply with prEN 88-2 as pressure bearing part.
J.4.3.4.5 High gas pressure over load protection device

The high gas pressure over load protection device shall comply with EN 1854/ and fitted as monitoring

device for fired pressurized bodies and pressure bearing part.
J.4.3.4.6 Low gas pressure protection device

The low gas protection device, if used, shall comply with EN 1854 and fitted as monitoring device for

fired pressurized bodies and a pressure bearing part.
J 4.3.4.8 automatic safety shut-off valve

All burners shall be fitted with two automatic safety shut-off valves class A according to EN 161 as a

pressure bearing part in series according to 4.3.4.8 and addition to table 1:
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 If aggressive gases are used, the equipment in table 1 of > 1200 kW shall apply.

J.4.3.4.11 air proving device

The burner shall be fitted with a device for proving adequate air flow during the pre-purge, ignition and

operation of the burner. If a pressure sensing device is used it shall comply with EN 1854 as being a

monitoring device for fired pressurized bodies.
J.4.3.4.14 automatic burner control system

The automatic burner control system as being a monitoring device for fired pressurized bodies shall

comply with the requirements of EN 298 and > 1200 kW burner output it shall have a permanent

operation mode.
J 4.3.4.16 means for draining and venting

Gas lines shall be equipped with devices for harmless draining and venting under pressure. These

devices shall be located upstream the safety shut-off valves (see figure J.1).
Key
1 means for venting
2 mean for draining
Figure J.1 — Devices for draining and venting
J 4.4.1 General functions requirements

The following functions of the burner shall be designed according to EN 50156-1 as equivalence to

maintain safety integrity level 3 (SIL-class 3):
 pressure control;
 burner control and flame detection;
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 safe shut off of the gas supply;
air/fuel ratio control;

 integration of the superior safety equipment of the boiler and of the firing system.

The requirements of the construction, see J.4.4.1.11.
The requirements of the safety life cycle, see J.4.4.1.12.
J 4.4.1.10 external safety limiter

The operation of an external safety limiter (e.g. safety accessories of the pressure vessel as water

level limiters, pressure sensing devices, etc.) as being a safety accessories shall cause at least a non

volatile lockout of the burner.
J.4.4.1.11 Design according to EN 50156-1

The equipment of the following paragraphs is considered to be an equivalence to the requirements of

SIL-Class 3 of the EN 50156-1.

Alternative equipment has to comply with EN 50156-1 and has to maintain SIL-Class 3, and to prove it.

NOTE 1 Fulfilling a specific SIL class implies fulfilling a fault assessment according EN 50156-1:2005, cl.10.5

NOTE 2 Other SIL-classes may be applicable, if this is based on a risk assessment according EN 50156-1.

J.4.4.1.11.1 Pressure control
The pressure control shall be designed according to J 4.3.4.5 and J 4.3.4.11.
J.4.4.1.11.2 Burner control and flame detection

The burner control and the flame detection shall be designed according to J.4.3.4.14 and EN 298.

J.4.4.1.11.3 Safe shut off of the gas supply
The safe shut off of the gas supply shall be designed according to J.4.3.4.8.
A valve proving system according to EN 1643 is required.
J.4.4.1.11.4 Air/fuel ratio control

Mechanical air-/gas ratio controls shall be operated by mechanical feed and shall be designed in such

a way that the ratio is not inadmissible influenced by interference and operation effects.

Pneumatic air-/gas ratio controls shall be designed according to EN 12067-1.
Electronic air-/gas ratio controls shall be designed according to EN 12067-2.

J.4.4.1.11.5 integration of the superior safety equipment of the boiler and of the firing system

The signal processing of superior safety equipment of the boiler shall be designed according to. EN

50156-1:2005, figure 10 or figure 11, see J.4.4.1.10.
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J.4.4.1.12 Consideration: Safety Life Cycle

In figure J.2 the safety life cycle for the application and installation of a protective system of a burner

according to this standard is demonstrated.
Figure J.2 — Safety life cycle for the burner
J.5 test methods
according to clause 5 and addition :
J 5.9 Pressurised Parts
J 5.9.1 Component Design Pressure Strength Test

The pressure strength test shall be performed by using a safety factor f for the test pressure where f is

the multiplication factor for the maximum inlet pressure.

If not otherwise defined by harmonised design standards, a safety factor for the design f = 2.5 shall

be considered.
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An external soundness test shall be carried out according 5.3.1

NOTE Experimental test factors dependent on the type of the device and on the material are given in

appropriate design standards for pressurised parts, e. g. see harmonised standard prEN 12516-3.

J 5.9.2 Component Design creep- and fatigue test

A deformation test is carried out by pressurising the part with f times (as specified in J.5.9.1) the

maximum inlet pressure for a minimum of 15 min.

The deformation of the part is measured by appropriate means after depressurising; no permanent

deformation shall occur.
An external soundness test shall be carried out according 5.3.1
J.5.9.3 Component design welded joint test

For welded joints of the pressurised parts the manufacturer shall prove that the production procedures

and their joint coefficient shall not exceed the following value:

 for equipment subject to destructive and non-destructive tests which confirm that a representative

batch of joints show no significant defects: 1.

If necessary, the type of stress and the mechanical and technological properties of the joint shall also

be taken into account.
J.6.3 Other marking

The burner shall be identified as pressure equipment with its pressurised parts > 0,5 bar.

The burner and its monitoring devices shall be identified when they fire pressurised bodies according

to PED.
J 6.4 Instructions for installation, adjustment, maintenance and operation
according to clause 6.4 and addition :
The instruction shall include the following requirements:

All gas line components shall be assembled and mounted without bending, torque and other

mechanical or thermal stress.

The intended life time of the burner shall be declared by the manufacturer as well as the appropriate

activities to ensure further safe operation. The manufacturer shall further give information about the

wear parts and adequate changing/lifetime periods in which they have to be exchanged to incorporate

adequate safety margins.

The instruction shall include information about the application of firing aggressive gases.

The installation instruction shall indicate how to connect external safety limiters to the burner control

system and shall declare if the burner will go to a safety shut down only or a non-volatile lock-out.

Information to the user shall be given on residual hazards to take the appropriate special measures at

the time of installation and/or use. The instructions shall also include all relevant information on

mounting and maintenance. If appropriate, these instructions shall also refer to hazards arising from

misuse.
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Annex K
(normative) Materials for pressurised parts
Table K.1 — List of materials covered by harmonised standards
Materials Restrictions
Group Type Relevant standard Regulator / safety device
b b
Operating temperature PS
max [PS x DN ] DN
max max
-20 °C to 60 °C bar bar x mm mm
-10 °C to 60 °C
Pressure containing parts and inner metallic partition walls

Rolled and forged steel S235JR / 1.0037 with thickness ≤ 40 mm, S275JR 10028 x 100 - -

/ 1.0044 with thickness ≥ 1,5 mm, S355JR/ 1.0045
with thickness ≥ 1,5 mm
S235J2G3 / 1.0116 & S235J2G4 / 1.0117 both with x
nominal thickness ≤ 150 mm, S275J2G3 / 1.0144
& S275J2G4 / 1.0145 & S355J2G3 / 1.0570 all with
1,5 mm < nominal thickness ≤150 mm
S275JO / 1.0143 & S355JO / 1.0553 both with 1,5
mm < nominal thickness ≤ 250 mm and at –20 °C
KV 27 J av. of three and 20 J min
P235GH / 1.0345, P265GH / 1.0425, P295GH/ 10028-2 x
1.0481, P355GH / 1.0473 all with thickness ≤ 150
P275NH / 1.0487, P355NH / 1.0565 with thickness 10028-3 x
≤ 150 mm, P355NL1 / 1.0566 with thickness ≤ 150
All types 10028-4 , 10028- x
All grades from P355. to P 500… with thickness ≤ 10028-6 x
150 mm
All steel designation with A ≥ 16 %
10028-7 x
min
All steel designations with A ≥ 16 % and at –
10222-1
min
20 °C KV 27 J av. of three and 20 J min
All steel designations martensitic type 10222-5 x
All steel designations austenitic type x
All steel designations with A ≥ 16 %, and at – 10272 x
min
20 °C KV 27 J av. of three and 20 J min
Cast Steel All steel designations EN 10213-3 x
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Table K.2 - List of materials not based on harmonised standards bur inherently meeting PED

Materials Restrictions
Group Type Relevant standard R
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