Electric appliances connected to the water mains - Avoidance of backsiphonage and failure of hose-sets
Elektrische Geräte zum Anschluss an die Wasserversorgungsanlage - Vermeidung von Rücksaugung und des Versagens von Schlauchsätzen
Appareils électriques raccordés au réseau d'alimentation en eau - Exigences pour éviter le retour d'eau par siphonnage et la défaillance des ensembles de raccordement
Električne naprave, priključene na vodovod - Preprečevanje povratnega vodnega udara in odpovedi cevnega sestava - Popravek AC
Standards Content (Sample)
SIST EN 61770:2009/A12:2022/AC:2023
Električne naprave, priključene na vodovod - Preprečevanje povratnega vodnega
udara in odpovedi cevnega sestava - Popravek AC
Electric appliances connected to the water mains - Avoidance of backsiphonage and
failure of hose-sets
Elektrische Geräte zum Anschluss an die Wasserversorgungsanlage - Vermeidung von
Rücksaugung und des Versagens von Schlauchsätzen
Appareils électriques raccordés au réseau d'alimentation en eau - Exigences pour éviter
le retour d'eau par siphonnage et la défaillance des ensembles de raccordement
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: EN 61770:2009/A12:2022/AC:2023-06
91.140.60 Sistemi za oskrbo z vodo Water supply systems
97.030 Električni aparati za dom na Domestic electrical
splošno appliances in general
SIST EN 61770:2009/A12:2022/AC:2023 en
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