Sanitary tapware - Single taps and combination taps for water supply systems of type 1 and type 2 - General technical specification

This European Standard specifies:
a)    the field of application for pillar taps, bib taps, single and multi-hole combination taps for use in:
1)   a supply system of Type 1 (see Figure 1);
2)   a supply system of Type 2 (see Figure 2);
b)    the dimensional, leaktightness, pressure resistance, hydraulic performance, mechanical strength, endurance and acoustic characteristics of nominal size ½ and ¾ single taps and combination taps;
c)    test methods to verify the characteristics.
d)    The tests described in this European Standard are type tests (laboratory tests) and not quality control tests carried out during manufacture.
This European Standard applies to draw-off taps (single taps and combination taps) for use with sanitary appliances installed in rooms used for bodily hygiene (cloakrooms, bathrooms etc.) and in kitchens, i.e. for use with baths, wash basins, bidets, showers and sinks.
Figure 1 shows a supply system of Type 1 with a pressure range of (0,05 to 1,0) Mpa [(0,5 to 10) bar].
Figure 2 shows a supply system of Type 2 with a pressure range of (0,01 to 1,0) Mpa [(0,1 to 10) bar].
This European Standard applies to sanitary draw-off taps of nominal size ½ and ¾ (PN 10).
The conditions of use and classifications are given in Table 1 but note the comments in Table 2.

Sanitärarmaturen - Auslaufventile und Mischbatterien für Wasserversorgungssysteme vom Typ 1 und Typ 2 - Allgemeine technische Spezifikation

Diese Europäische Norm legt Folgendes fest:
a) den Anwendungsbereich für Standventile, Wand-Auslaufventile, Einloch- und Mehrloch-Standbatterien für
die Anwendung in:
1) einem Versorgungssystem vom Typ 1 (siehe Bild 1),
2) einem Versorgungssystem vom Typ 2 (siehe Bild 2);
b) die Maße, die Dichtheit, die Festigkeit unter Innendruck, die hydraulischen Eigenschaften, die
mechanische Festigkeit und Dauerfestigkeit sowie das Geräuschverhalten von Auslaufventilen und
Mischbatterien der Nenngrößen ½ und ¾;
c) die Prüfverfahren, um diese Anforderungen zu überprüfen;
Die in dieser Europäischen Norm beschriebenen Prüfungen sind Typprüfungen (Laborprüfungen) und nicht für
die Fertigungskontrolle vorgesehen.
Diese Europäische Norm gilt für Entnahmearmaturen (Auslaufventile und Mischbatterien) zur Verwendung mit
Sanitärausstattungsgegenständen, die in den der Hygiene dienenden Räumen (Toiletten, Bäder usw.) und in
Küchen installiert werden, d. h. für Badewannen, Waschbecken, Sitzwaschbecken, Duschen und Spülbecken.
Bild 1 zeigt das Versorgungssystem vom Typ 1 mit einem Druckbereich von 0,05 MPa bis 1,0 MPa [(0,5 bar
bis 10 bar)].
Bild 2 zeigt das Versorgungssystem vom Typ 2 mit einem Druckbereich von 0,01 MPa bis 1,0 MPa [(0,1 bar
bis 10 bar)].
Diese Europäische Norm gilt für Sanitärarmaturen der Nenngrößen ½ und ¾ (PN 10).
Die Anwendungsbedingungen und Klassifizierungen sind in Tabelle 1 angegeben. Tabelle 2 zeigt die
Leistungsmerkmale, die beim Einsatz der Armaturen außerhalb des empfohlenen Betriebsbereiches zu
überwachen sind.

Robinetterie sanitaire - Robinets simples et mélangeurs pour les systèmes d'alimentation en eau des types 1 et 2 - Spécifications techniques générales

La présente Norme Européenne spécifie :
a)   le champ d’application des robinets simples montés sur paroi horizontale, des robinets simples montés sur paroi verticale, des robinets mélangeurs monotrou et multitrou destinés à être utilisés dans :
1)   un système d’alimentation de Type 1 (voir Figure 1) ;
2)   un système d’alimentation de Type 2 (voir Figure 2) ;
b)   les cotes, les caractéristiques d’étanchéité, de résistance à la pression, de performance hydraulique, de résistance mécanique, d’endurance et les caractéristiques acoustiques des robinets simples et des robinets mélangeurs de dimension nominale ½ et ¾ ;
c)   les méthodes d’essai permettant de vérifier ces caractéristiques.
Les essais décrits dans la présente Norme Européenne sont des essais de type (essais en laboratoire) et non des essais de contrôle qualité réalisés en cours de fabrication.
La présente Norme Européenne s’applique aux robinets de puisage (robinets simples et robinets mélangeurs) destinés à l’équipement des appareils sanitaires installés dans les locaux d’hygiène corporelle (toilettes, salles de bain etc.) et dans les cuisines, pour un usage sur les baignoires, lavabos, bidets, douches et éviers, par exemple.
La Figure 1 représente un système d’alimentation de Type 1 dans une plage de pression de (0,05 à 1,0) MPa [(0,5 à 10 bar)].
La Figure 2 représente un système d’alimentation de Type 2 dans une plage de pression de (0,01 à 1,0) MPa [(0,1 à 10 bar)].
La présente Norme Européenne s’applique aux robinets de puisage sanitaires de dimension nominale ½ et ¾ (PN 10).
Les conditions d’utilisation et la classification sont données dans le Tableau 1. Le Tableau 2 fournit les caractéristiques de performance à prendre en compte si le robinet est utilisé en dehors de la plage de fonctionnement recommandée.

Sanitarne armature - Enojne pipe in kombinirane pipe za oskrbo z vodo tipa 1 in tipa 2 - Splošne tehnične zahteve

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2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.Sanitärarmaturen - Auslaufventile und Mischbatterien für Wasserversorgungssysteme vom Typ 1 und Typ 2 - Allgemeine technische SpezifikationRobinetterie sanitaire - Robinets simples et mélangeurs pour les systèmes d'alimentation type 1 et type 2 - Spécifications techniques généralesSanitary tapware - Single taps and combination taps for water supply systems of type 1 and type 2 - General technical specification91.140.70Sanitarne napraveSanitary installationsICS:Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z:EN 200:2008SIST EN 200:2009en,fr,de01-januar-2009SIST EN 200:2009SLOVENSKI

STANDARDSIST EN 200:20051DGRPHãþD
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EUROPEAN STANDARDNORME EUROPÉENNEEUROPÄISCHE NORMEN 200July 2008ICS 91.140.70Supersedes EN 200:2004

English VersionSanitary tapware - Single taps and combination taps for watersupply systems of type 1 and type 2 - General technicalspecificationRobinetterie sanitaire - Robinets simples et mélangeurspour les systèmes d'alimentation type 1 et type 2 -Spécifications techniques généralesSanitärarmaturen - Auslaufventile und Mischbatterien fürWasserversorgungssysteme vom Typ 1 und Typ 2 -Allgemeine technische SpezifikationThis European Standard was approved by CEN on 15 June 2008.CEN members are bound to comply with the CEN/CENELEC Internal Regulations which stipulate the conditions for giving this EuropeanStandard the status of a national standard without any alteration. Up-to-date lists and bibliographical references concerning such nationalstandards may be obtained on application to the CEN Management Centre or to any CEN member.This European Standard exists in three official versions (English, French, German). A version in any other language made by translationunder the responsibility of a CEN member into its own language and notified to the CEN Management Centre has the same status as theofficial versions.CEN members are the national standards bodies of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland,France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal,Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and United Kingdom.EUROPEAN COMMITTEE FOR STANDARDIZATIONCOMITÉ EUROPÉEN DE NORMALISATIONEUROPÄISCHES KOMITEE FÜR NORMUNGManagement Centre: rue de Stassart, 36

B-1050 Brussels© 2008 CENAll rights of exploitation in any form and by any means reservedworldwide for CEN national Members.Ref. No. EN 200:2008: ESIST EN 200:2009

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Contents Page Foreword..............................................................................................................................................................5 Introduction.........................................................................................................................................................6 1 Scope......................................................................................................................................................7 2 Normative references..........................................................................................................................11 3 Designation..........................................................................................................................................11 4 Marking and identification..................................................................................................................12 5 Materials...............................................................................................................................................13 6 Dimensional characteristics...............................................................................................................14 7 Sequence of testing.............................................................................................................................24 8 Leaktightness characteristics............................................................................................................25 9 Pressure resistance characteristics - mechanical performance under pressure.........................31 10 Hydraulic characteristics....................................................................................................................33 11 Mechanical strength characteristics - torsion test for operating mechanism..............................36 12 Mechanical endurance characteristics..............................................................................................37 13 Backflow protection.............................................................................................................................45 14 Acoustic characteristics.....................................................................................................................45 Annex A (informative)

Pressure take-off tee.................................................................................................47 Bibliography......................................................................................................................................................51

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EN 200:2008 (E) 3 Figure .....................................................................................................Page Figure 1 - Supply system of Type 1 with a pressure range of (0,05 to 1,0) MPa [(0,5 to 10) bar]...............9 Figure 2 - Supply system of Type 2 with a pressure range of (0,01 to 1,0) MPa [(0,1 to 10) bar].............10 Figure 3 - Bib taps ½ and ¾ - Single-hole taps ½..........................................................................................16 Figure 4 - Multi-hole combination taps...........................................................................................................17 Figure 5 - Supply connections for taps and remote outlets.........................................................................17 Figure 6 - Pillar and bib taps............................................................................................................................20 Figure 7 - Remote outlet...................................................................................................................................21 Figure 8 - Single hole combination tap..........................................................................................................21 Figure 9 - Bath/shower combination tap........................................................................................................21 Figure 10 - Single hole combination tap........................................................................................................23 Figure 11 - Two hole combination tap (fixed centres)..................................................................................23 Figure 12 - Three hole combination tap (adjustable centres)......................................................................24 Figure 13 - Apparatus for testing the leaktightness of automatic diverters for taps for supply system

of Type 2...............................................................................................................................................31 Figure 14 - Flow rate test apparatus for taps for Type 2 supply systems..................................................35 Figure 15 - Life test –closing torque vs time.................................................................................................40 Figure 16 - Endurance test rig for divided-outlet swivel spout....................................................................45 Figure A.1 - Pressure take-off tee (test rig Type 1 taps)...............................................................................47 Figure A.2 - Schematic examples of pressure take-off tees (test rig Type 1 taps)....................................49

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Table.......................................................................................................Page Table 1 - Conditions of use/Classifications.....................................................................................................8 Table 2 - Performance characteristics to be noted if used outside the recommended operating range..8 Table 3 - Designation........................................................................................................................................12 Table 4 - Inlet dimensions (Pillar & bib taps, single- & multi-hole combination taps)..............................15 Table 5 - Outlet dimensions (Remote outlets, pillar taps, bib taps, single- and multi-hole combination taps)......................................................................................................................................................19 Table 6 - Mounting dimensions (Pillar taps, single- and multi-hole combination taps)............................22 Table 7 - Test Sequence...................................................................................................................................25 Table 8 - Summary of tightness tests.............................................................................................................30 Table 9 - Summary of pressure resistance characteristic tests..................................................................33 Table 10 - Minimum flow rates and test pressures according to application.............................................36 Table 11 - Endurance Test conditions............................................................................................................39 Table 12 - Summary of test conditions for diverters.....................................................................................42 Table 13 - Flow rate classes (EN ISO 3822-4:1997, Annex A)......................................................................46 Table 14 - Acoustic group................................................................................................................................46 Table A.1 - Dimensions of the pressure take-off tee.....................................................................................48

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EN 200:2008 (E) 5 Foreword This document (EN 200:2008) has been prepared by Technical Committee CEN/TC 164 “Water supply”, the secretariat of which is held by AFNOR. This European Standard shall be given the status of a national standard, either by publication of an identical text or by endorsement, at the latest by January 2009, and conflicting national standards shall be withdrawn at the latest by January 2009. Attention is drawn to the possibility that some of the elements of this document may be the subject of patent rights. CEN [and/or CENELEC] shall not be held responsible for identifying any or all such patent rights. This document supersedes EN 200:2004. This document acknowledges the field of application of tapware used in:  water supply systems of Type 1 (see Figure 1 and Table 1) with a pressure range of 0,05 MPa (0,5 bar) to 1,0 MPa (10 bar);  water supply systems of Type 2 (see Figure 2 and Table 1) with a pressure range of 0,01 MPa (0,1 bar) to 1,0 MPa (10 bar) – which combines mains-fed and cistern-fed water supply systems. According to the CEN/CENELEC Internal Regulations, the national standards organizations of the following countries are bound to implement this European Standard: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. SIST EN 200:2009

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Introduction In respect of potential adverse effects on the quality of water intended for human consumption, caused by the product covered by this European Standard. This European Standard provides no information as to whether the product can be used without restriction in any of the Member States of the EU or EFTA. It should be noted that, while awaiting the adoption of verifiable European criteria, existing national regulations concerning the use and/or the characteristics of these products remain in force. This document identifies characteristics and technical requirements for single and combination taps.

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EN 200:2008 (E) 7 1 Scope This European Standard specifies: a)

the field of application for pillar taps, bib taps, single and multi-hole combination taps for use in: 1) a supply system of Type 1 (see Figure 1); 2) a supply system of Type 2 (see Figure 2); b)

the dimensional, leaktightness, pressure resistance, hydraulic performance, mechanical strength, endurance and acoustic characteristics of nominal size ½ and ¾ single taps and combination taps; c)

test methods to verify the characteristics. The tests described in this European Standard are type tests (laboratory tests) and not quality control tests carried out during manufacture. This European Standard applies to draw-off taps (single taps and combination taps) for use with sanitary appliances installed in rooms used for bodily hygiene (cloakrooms, bathrooms etc.) and in kitchens, i.e. for use with baths, wash basins, bidets, showers and sinks. Figure 1 shows a supply system of Type 1 with a pressure range of (0,05 to 1,0) Mpa [(0,5 to 10) bar]. Figure 2 shows a supply system of Type 2 with a pressure range of (0,01 to 1,0) Mpa [(0,1 to 10) bar]. This European Standard applies to sanitary draw-off taps of nominal size ½ and ¾ (PN 10). The conditions of use and classifications are given in Table 1. The Table 2 gives the performance characteristics to be noted if the tap is used outside the recommended operating range. SIST EN 200:2009

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Table 1 — Conditions of use/Classifications Operating range of taps Flow rate classes Acoustics Marking Water supply system Limits Recommended See Table 13 See 14 See 4 Type 1 see Figure 1 Dynamic Pressure > 0,05 Mpa (0,5 bar) Static Pressure ≤ 1,0 Mpa (10,0 bar) Dynamic Pressure (0,1 to 0,5) Mpa [(1.0 to 5,0) bar] see note b) Z ≤ 0,15 l/s A ≤ 0,25 l/s S ≤ 0,33 l/s B ≤ 0,42 l/s C ≤ 0,50 l/s D ≤ 0,63 l/s

Group I -
Group II –
unclassified
for example IA IIC/B

I /- a) II /- a) See Table 10 Type 2 see Figure 2 Dynamic Pressure > 0,01 Mpa (0,1 bar) Static Pressure ≤ 1,0 Mpa (10,0 bar) Dynamic Pressure (0,02 to 0,1) MPa [(0,2 to 1,0) bar] see note b) X ≤ 0,125 l/s Y ≤ 0,250 l/s R d) ≤ 0,125 l/s Hot and

≤ 0,070 l/s Cold see note c) (unclassified) X Y R Temperature ≤ 90 °C < 65 °C

a) Without flow rate class: Taps without interchangeable outlet accessories are tested with the original outlet accessories of the manufacturer and are not marked with a flow rate class. b) Measured at the shower outlet when incorporated. c) There is usually no acoustic classification for taps used in supply systems of Type 2 and no specifications governing the level of noise emissions from these water installations. If supply pressures are such that excessive noise is generated it is recommended that pressure or flow regulators are fitted in the system, or where practicable, taps conforming to the appropriate acoustic classification given in 14.3.5 are used. d) Combination taps with divided outlet (mains fed on cold inlet) for Type 2 systems: It is essential that such taps are connected to a main's water supply capable of maintaining a minimum flow pressure of 0,04 MPa (0,4 bar) through the cold inlet.

Table 2 — Performance characteristics to be noted if used outside the recommended operating range Issue Supply system Type 1 Supply system Type 2 Operational Force Taps for Type 2 systems having rapid action mechanisms can require a higher operating force.

Diverter Operation Taps for Type 2 systems can require more operational force. Taps for Type 1 systems with automatic diverters may not hold in the shower mode due to low dynamic supply pressure. Flow Performance Taps for Type 2 systems can result in excessive flow velocities. Taps for Type 1 systems may not provide an acceptable rate of flow. Noise National regulations can require an acoustically classified tap to be specified. Taps for Type 1 and Type 2 systems can result in excessive noise when used above the recommended maximum pressure.

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Key 1 Cold water 2 Hot water 3 Mains supply pipe (Supply pressures up to 10 bar)

4 Water heater Figure 1 - Supply system of Type 1 with a pressure range of (0,05 to 1,0) MPa [(0,5 to 10) bar] SIST EN 200:2009

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Key 1 Cold water storage cistern (cover omitted for clarity) 2 Warning pipe 3 Vent pipe 4 Hot water cylinder 5 Alternative cistern fed cold supply to sanitary appliances 6 To boiler 7 Mains supply pipe (supply pressures up to 10 bar) Figure 2 - Supply system of Type 2 with a pressure range of (0,01 to 1,0) MPa [(0,1 to 10) bar] Figure 2 shows a vented domestic hot water and cold water supply system incorporating gravity hot water, mains cold water and alternative gravity cold water supply to sanitary appliances. SIST EN 200:2009

EN 200:2008 (E) 11 2 Normative references The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies. EN 246, Sanitary tapware – General specifications for flow rate regulators EN 248, Sanitary tapware – General specification for electrodeposited coatings of Ni-Cr EN 1112, Sanitary tapware - Shower outlets for sanitary tapware for water supply systems of type 1 and type 2 – General technical specification EN 1113, Sanitary tapware – Shower hoses for sanitary tapware for water supply systems of type 1 and type 2 – General technical specification EN 1254-2, Copper and copper alloys - Plumbing fittings – Part 2: Fittings with compression ends for use with copper tubes EN 1717, Protection against pollution of potable water in water installations and general requirements of devices to prevent pollution by backflow prEN 13618-1, Hose assembly – Flexible hose assembly – Part 1: Product standard for flexible hose assembly (with or without braiding) prEN 13618-2, Water supply — Hose assembly — Part 2: Semi-rigid hose assembly EN 14506, Devices to prevent pollution by backflow of potable water – Automatic diverter – Family H, type C EN ISO 228-1, Pipe threads where pressure-tight joints are not made on the threads – Part 1: Dimensions, tolerances and designation (ISO 228-1:2000) EN ISO 3822-1, Acoustics: Laboratory tests on noise emission from appliances and equipment used in water supply installations – Part 1: Method of measurement (ISO 3822-1:1999) EN ISO 3822-2, Acoustics: Laboratory tests on noise emission from appliances and equipment used in water supply installations – Part 2: Mounting and operating conditions for draw-off taps and mixing valves (ISO 3822-2:1995) EN ISO 3822-4:1997, Acoustics - Laboratory tests on noise emission from appliances and equipment used in water supply installations – Part 4: Mounting and operating conditions for special appliances (ISO 3822-4:1997) 3 Designation The taps covered by this European Standard are designated by characteristics identified in Table 3. EXAMPLE Example of designation: Combination tap for supply system of Type 1, nominal size ½, 2-hole with combined visible body, for mounting on horizontal surface, diverter, fixed outlet, flow rate classes C/B, with acoustic group I, EN 200.

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Table 3 — Designation Tapware according to application (see Table 1) Supply system Type 1 or Type 2 (see Table 1) Type of tap Pillar, bib tap or combination tap Intended use Basin, bidet, sink, bath or shower Nominal size

½ or ¾ Mounting method Horizontal or vertical surfaces Body Single or multi-hole, visible, or concealed Diverter with or without diverter Type of outlet Fixed, moveable, divided, with or without flow rate regulator Acoustic group and classification Taps for supply system of Type 1 Taps for supply system of Type 2 Group I, or group II, or unclassified Water saving properties Yes / No

Flow rate class Supply system Type 1 Z, A, S, B, C, D Supply system Type 2 X, Y, R Ref. to this European Standard EN 200 4 Marking and identification 4.1 Marking 4.1.1 Requirements for taps for a supply system of Type 1 Taps for a supply system of Type 1 shall be marked permanently and legibly with:  the manufacturer's or agent’s name or identification - on the body or handle;  the manufacturer's name or identification - on the headwork (not applicable when the headwork is of a special design to suit the body);  the acoustic group (see Table 14) and the flow rate class(es) (see Table 13), if applicable - on the body. For water saving taps, appropriate information to installers and users shall be provided. NOTE

In the case of Bath/Shower taps, the flow rate is indicated by the first letter for the bath outlet and by the second letter for the shower outlet. SIST EN 200:2009

EN 200:2008 (E) 13 EXAMPLE Examples of marking: Name or identification and IA, or IIA (acoustic group and flow rate class(es)). Name or identification and I/-, or II/- (acoustic group, without flow rate class). Name or identification and IC/A, or IIC/A (Bath/Shower tap; the first letter being for the bath outlet, the second letter being for the shower outlet). 4.1.2 Requirements for taps for a supply system of Type 2 Taps for a supply system of Type 2 shall be marked permanently and legibly with:  the manufacturer's or agent’s name or identification - on the body or handle;  the manufacturer's name or identification - on the headwork (not applicable when the headwork is of a special design to suit the body). EXAMPLE Example of marking:

Name or identification. 4.2 Identification 4.2.1 Colour code The control devices for taps shall be identified:  for cold water by the colour blue or word/letters for cold;  for hot water by the colour red or word/letters for hot;  any other suitable means. 4.2.2 Disposition of control device 4.2.2.1 Horizontal arrangements The cold water control device shall be on the right and the hot water control device on the left, when viewed from the front. 4.2.2.2 Vertical arrangements Vertical arrangements of control devices require the hot water control device to be uppermost. 4.2.3 Divided outlet combination taps In the case of divided outlet combination taps for supply systems of Type 2 (with mains fed on cold inlet) which give cold water flow rates at 0,01 MPa (0,1 bar) of less than 7,5 l/min the cold-water inlet shall be colour coded blue, e.g. using coloured tape, disks, paint or any other suitable means. 5 Materials 5.1 Chemical and hygiene requirements All materials coming into contact with water intended for human consumption shall present no risk to health. SIST EN 200:2009

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They shall not cause any change of the drinking water in terms of quality, appearance, smell or taste. 5.2 Exposed surface conditions Visible chromium plated surfaces and Ni-Cr coatings shall comply with the requirements of EN 248. 6 Dimensional characteristics 6.1 General remarks The design and construction of components without defined dimensions permits various design solutions to be adopted by the manufacturer. Special cases are covered in 6.5. 6.2 Inlet dimensions Inlet dimensions shall be as specified in Table 4, Figure 3, Figure 4 and Figure 5. SIST EN 200:2009

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Table 4 — Inlet dimensions (Pillar & bib taps, single- & multi-hole combination taps) Inlet dimensions (in mm) Comments Shank, Union, Bib tap, Captive nut A G ½ B A 1 G ¾ B Shank, Union In accordance with EN ISO 228-1 A 2 9 min Captive nut A 3 15 min Shank, Union (straight or eccentric) A 6 11 min Bib tap size ½ A 7 14 min Bib tap size ¾ Useful thread length

Connecting centres

G a 150 + 1 Supply connection, Straight unions G 1 140 to 160 2 – hole wall mounted size ½ - with eccentric unions (extension of this range is permitted) G 2 200 + 3,5 G 3 180 + 5 Multi-hole combination tap

Inlet connections N 1 12,3 + 0,2 N 2 5 min Type A size ½
N 1 15,2 + 0,05 N 2 13 min Type B size ½
30° chamfer/flat 0,3 N 1 14.7 + 0,3 N 2 6,4 min Type C size ½
N 1 19.9 + 0,3 N 2 6,4 min Type C size ¾
Plain end ∅ 10, 12, 15, G ½ or G 3/8 male or female
Copper tube(s) or flexible hose(s) U 350 min
Tube(s) or flexible hose(s)
Flexible hoses in accordance with

prEN 13618-1 and/or prEN 13618-2 a Other dimensions are permissible (for replacement) when market tradition requires it, provided the manufacturer specifies the actual dimension in literature to avoid confusion with the standard dimension – which can be achieved using an excentric connection.

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1 2 Key 1 Flexible hose 2 Plain tube Figure 3 - Bib taps ½ and ¾ - Single-hole taps ½ SIST EN 200:2009

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Figure 5 - Supply connections for taps and remote outlets SIST EN 200:2009
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6.3 Outlet dimensions Outlet dimensions shall be as specified in Table 5, Figure 6, Figure 7, Figure 8 and Figure 9. When nozzle outlets are used with flow rate regulators conforming with EN 246, the manufacturing tolerances chosen for the connecting threads of the outlets shall be compatible with those of the connecting threads of the flow rate regulators, in order to ensure interchangeability. SIST EN 200:2009

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Table 5 - Outlet dimensions (Remote outlets, pillar taps, bib taps, single- and multi-hole combination taps) Outlet dimensions (in mm) Comments E 25 min Outlet Orifice - Lowest point - All taps and outlets Dimension from lowest point of the outlet orifice including any flow rate regulator or flow straightener, to the mounting surface. For a period of 5 years following approval at final vote a value of 20 mm is acceptable for size ½ taps for Type 2 systems. Regulations exist in some EU Member States that set dimensions greater than those indicated in this standard. D 80 min Pillar tap ½, ¾, Bib tap

67 min Pillar tap ½ for Type 2 systems D 1 90 min Horizontal mounted combination tap D 3 115 min Wall mounted combination tap Separate spout Dimension from the centre of the outlet orifice including any flow rate regulator or flow straightener. A G ½ B A 1 G ¾ B Remote outlet

In accordance with EN ISO 228-1 A 4 7,5 min. Useful thread length A 5 9,5 min. Shower Outlet Free length of

connection Nozzle outlets to accept flow rate regulators shall be in accordance with EN 246. NOTE Nozzle outlets not in accordance with EN 246, are covered by 6.5.

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1 2 Key 1 Pillar tap 2 Bib tap Figure 6 - Pillar and bib taps SIST EN 200:2009

EN 200:2008 (E) 21 Figure 7 - Remote outlet Figure 8 - Single hole combination tap

Figure 9 - Bath/shower combination tap
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6.4 Mounting dimensions Mounting dimensions shall be as specified in Table 6, Figure 10, Figure 11 and Figure 12. Table 6 - Mounting dimensions (Pillar taps, single- and multi-hole combination taps) Dimensions (in mm) Comments Shank diameter

H 1 24 max Two hole combination taps size ½ Fixed centres H 2 29 max Pillar tap size ½, separate outlet, side spray, 3 hole combination tap size ½ Adjustable centres H 3 33,5 max Single hole combination tap, Pillar tap size ¾, 2-hole combination tap size ¾

3-hole combination tap size ½
Base or flange

J 1 42 min 50 min Pillar tap size ½, Basin, Bidet, Sink Pillar tap size ¾, 2-hole combination tap size ¾ J 2 45 min Bath, Bath/Shower, Basin, Bidet, Sink

Dimension of base or flange J 3 50 max Pillar tap, Single & Multi hole combination tap Diameter of clamping washer V 32 max Basin, Bidet, Sink V 1 35 max Bath – Two hole combination tap V 3 47 max 3-hole combination tap Flange projection to rear

L Dimension which allows taps and outlets to be fitted on to supports of thickness between 1 mm and 18 mm Minimum range (mm) of supports, which allows the installation of the tap

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1 2 3 Key 1 Basin; Bidet; Sink 2 Remote spray attachment 3 Pillar tap Figure 10 - Single hole combination tap

Figure 11 - Two hole combination tap (fixed centres) SIST EN 200:2009
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Figure 12 - Three hole combination tap (adjustable centres) 6.5 Special cases Single taps and combination taps intended for special applications, e.g. for installation on sanitary appliances not conforming with European Standards, or where dimensional interchangeability is not a requirement can incorporate dimensional deviations provided that:  all other requirements of this European Standard are satisfied;  secure fixing to the mounting surface is provided with all fixing holes covered;  thread connections to the supply pipes comply with EN ISO 228-1;  the air gap dimension E > 25 mm or a backflow prevention device is provided in accordance with EN 1717;  the D1 dimension shall be coordinated with the appropriate sanitary appliance. The manufacturer's literature including the installation instructions supplied with the tapware shall indicate clearly that the tapware is for special applications. 6.6 Flexible hoses for shower outlets Requirements for flexible hoses for shower outlets shall be as specified in EN 1113. 6.7 Shower outlets Requirements for Shower outlets shall be as specified in EN 1112. 7 Sequence of testing The samples shall be subjected to the test sequence shown in Table 7.

SIST EN 200:2009
EN 200:2008 (E) 25 Table 7 - Test Sequence Sequence Sample 1 Sample 2 1

Dimensions (see 6) 2 Leaktightness (see 8) Flow rate (see 10) 3 Endurance (see 12) Mechanical strength (see 11) 4 Leaktightness (see 8) Leaktightness (see 8) 5

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