Residential solid fuel burning appliances - Part 2-2: Inset appliances including open fires

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.

Häusliche Heizgeräte für feste Brennstoffe - Teil 2-2: Kamineinsätze einschließlich offene Kamine

Diese Europäische Norm gilt für handbeschickte Festbrennstofffeuerstätten, mit und ohne funktionalen Änderungen, die ohne Feuerraumtüren oder mit Feuerraumtüren, die entweder nur geschlossen oder offen und geschlossen betrieben werden können, und einschließlich offener Kamine, die mit festen Brennstoffen befeuert werden. Die Verkleidung dieser Feuerstätten ist mit dem Gebäude verbunde, mit Ausnahme von freistehenden Feuerstätten und den Einsätze, die in eine Feuerstätten-Nische oder Verkleidung eingestellt werden. Diese Feuerstätten beheizen den Aufstellungsraum. Zusätzlich, sofern mit wasserführenden Bauteilen ausgestattet, liefern sie Heizwasser und/oder dienen der Zentralbeheizung.
Die Feuerstätten, die mit diesem Teil 2-2 der EN 16510 abgedeckt werden, beheizen den Aufstellungsraum. Sofern sie mit wasserführenden Bauteilen ausgestattet sind, liefern sie Heizwasser und/oder dienen der Zentralbeheizung. Diese Feuerstätten können entsprechend der Bedienungsanleitung des Herstellers entweder feste mineralische Brennstoffe, Torfbriketts, Holzscheite, Holzbriketts oder mehrere dieser Brennstoffe verfeuern.
Diese Europäische Norm erfasst auch Heizeinsätze für Kachelöfen und Putzöfen bis zu einer Nennwärmeleistung von 15 kW, die der Kategorie 1c der prEN 16510-1:2013, Tabelle 1, zuzuordnen sind.
Dieser Teil 2-2 der EN 16510 gilt nicht für Feuerstätten mit Verbrennungsluftgebläse oder mechanisch beschickte Feuerstätten.
Bauteile für offene Feuerstätten wie ein Bodenrost mit zugehöriger Frontplatte, die vom Hersteller zum Einbau in einen vorhandenen brandsicheren und wärmegedämmten Raum geliefert werden, werden von diesem Teil 2 2 der EN 16510 nicht erfasst.

Equipement de chauffage domestique - Partie 2-2 : Foyers ouverts et insert

La présente Partie 2-2 de l'EN 16510 s'applique aux inserts à combustibles solides à alimentation manuelle, avec ou sans modification fonctionnelle, qui fonctionnent sans porte foyère ou avec des portes foyères soit uniquement fermées, soit fermées ou ouvertes, ainsi qu’aux foyers ouverts à combustible solide. L'habillage de ces appareils est intégré dans le bâtiment, à l'exception des appareils indépendants et des inserts qui sont installés dans une niche ou une enceinte. Ces appareils produisent de la chaleur dans l’espace où ils sont installés. De plus, lorsqu’ils sont équipés d’un bouilleur, ils produisent également de l’eau chaude à usage domestique et/ou du chauffage central.
Les appareils couverts par la présente Partie 2-2 de l'EN 16510 produisent de la chaleur dans l’espace où ils sont installés. De plus, lorsqu’ils sont équipés d’un bouilleur, elles produisent également de l’eau chaude à usage domestique et/ou du chauffage central. Ces appareils peuvent utiliser soit des combustibles minéraux solides, des briquettes de tourbe, des bûches de bois naturel ou reconstitué, soit plusieurs combustibles conformément aux instructions du fabricant de l'appareil.
La présente Partie 2-2 de l'EN 16510 concerne également les inserts « Kachelofen » et « Putzofen » dont la puissance thermique nominale est inférieure ou égale à 15 kW, conformément à la catégorie lc du Tableau 1 du prEN 16510-1:2013.
La présente Partie 2-2 de l'EN 16510 ne s'applique pas aux appareils équipés d'un ventilateur pour l'alimentation en air de combustion ou aux appareils à alimentation mécanique.
Les éléments de cheminée ouverte, tels que grille et devanture de foyer associée que le fabricant fournit pour une installation dans un foyer existant, thermiquement isolé et constitué de matériaux réfractaires, ne sont pas concernés par la présente Partie 2-2 de l'EN 16510.

Stanovanjske grelne naprave na trdna goriva - 2-2. del: Kaminski vložki, vključno odprti kamini na trdna goriva

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Residential solid fuel burning appliances - Part 2-2: Inset appliances including open fires

Häusliche Heizgeräte für feste Brennstoffe - Teil 2-2: Kamineinsätze einschließlich

offene Kamine
Equipement de chauffage domestique - Partie 2-2 : Foyers ouverts et insert
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: prEN 16510-2-2
ICS:
97.100.30 Grelniki na trdo gorivo Solid fuel heaters
oSIST prEN 16510-2-2:2013 en,fr,de

2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.

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EUROPEAN STANDARD
DRAFT
prEN 16510-2-2
NORME EUROPÉENNE
EUROPÄISCHE NORM
January 2013
ICS 97.100.30 Will supersede EN 13229:2001
English Version
Residential solid fuel burning appliances - Part 2-2: Inset
appliances including open fires

Equipement de chauffage domestique - Partie 2-2 : Foyers Häusliche Heizgeräte für feste Brennstoffe - Teil 2-2:

ouverts et insert Kamineinsätze einschließlich offene Kamine

This draft European Standard is submitted to CEN members for enquiry. It has been drawn up by the Technical Committee CEN/TC 295.

If this draft becomes a European Standard, CEN members are bound to comply with the CEN/CENELEC Internal Regulations which

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Contents Page

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

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

2 Normative references ............................................................................................................................4

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

4 Classification of appliances and system boundary for roomsealed appliances ............................4

5 Materials, design and construction .....................................................................................................4

6 Safety requirements ..............................................................................................................................5

7 Performance requirements ...................................................................................................................5

8 Appliance instructions ..........................................................................................................................7

9 Evaluation of conformity .......................................................................................................................7

10 Marking ...................................................................................................................................................7

Annex A (normative) Test methods ...................................................................................................................8

Annex B (normative) Test fuels and recommended fuels............................................................................ 17

Annex C (informative) Installation for roomsealed appliances ................................................................... 18

Annex D (informative) Arrangement for measuring the leakage rate ......................................................... 19

Annex E (normative) Measuring procedure for nitrogen oxides (NO )....................................................... 20

Annex F (normative) Measuring procedure for organic gaseous compounds (OGC) .............................. 21

Annex G (normative) Measuring procedure for particulate matter (PM) .................................................... 22

Annex H (informative) Guideline for the characteristics to be taken into account in order to decide

on families of appliances ................................................................................................................... 23

Annex AA (informative) Example for the possibility to extrapolate the steady state condition from

a curve of temperature measurements of at least 8 h .................................................................... 24

Annex ZA (informative) Clauses of this European Standard addressing the provisions of the EU

Construction Products Directive ....................................................................................................... 26

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Foreword

This document (prEN 16510-2-2:2013) has been prepared by Technical Committee CEN/TC 295 “Residential

solid fuel burning appliances”, the secretariat of which is held by BSI.
This document is currently submitted to the CEN Enquiry.
This document will supersede EN 13229:2001.

EN 13240:2001, EN 13229:2001, EN 12815:2001 and EN 12809:2001 will be totally superseded by EN 16510

series. The revision of these European Standards takes into account the comments received at their 5-year

review.

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 89/106/EEC, see informative Annex ZA, which is an integral part of this

document.

The structure of EN 16510, Residential solid fuel burning appliances, is as follows:

 Part 1: General requirements and test methods;
 Part 2-1: Roomheaters;
 Part 2-2: Inset appliances including open fires;
 Part 2-3: Cookers;
 Part 2-4: Independent boilers – Nominal heat output up to 50 kW.

Principally it is possible to add further parts 2 at a later stage in order to cover other residential solid fuel

burning appliances such as pellet stoves or slow heat release appliances.

This Part 2-2 is to be used in conjunction with the latest edition of EN 16510-1 and its amendments. It was

established on the basis of prEN 16510-1:2013.

This Part 2-2 supplements or modifies the corresponding clauses in EN 16510-1, so as to convert that

publication into the European Standard: Residential solid fuel burning appliances – Requirements and test

methods for inset appliances including open fires.

When a particular subclause of Part 1 is not mentioned in this Part 2-2, that subclause applies as far as is

reasonable. When this Part 2-2 states "addition", "modification" or "replacement", the relevant text in Part 1 is

to be adapted accordingly.
NOTE The following numbering system is used:

 subclauses, tables and figures that are numbered starting from 101 are additional to those in Part 1;

 unless notes are in a new subclause or involve notes in Part 1, they are numbered starting from 101, including those

in a replaced clause or subclause;
 additional annexes are lettered AA, BB, etc.
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1 Scope

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.

2 Normative references
prEN 16510-1:2013, Clause 2, is applicable with the following modification.
Addition

DIN 51060, Refractory ceramic raw materials and refractories — Definitions of the terms refractory, high

refractory
3 Terms and definitions
prEN 16510-1:2013, Clause 3 is applicable.
4 Classification of appliances and system boundary for roomsealed appliances
prEN 16510-1:2013, Clause 4, is applicable.
5 Materials, design and construction
prEN 16510-1:2013, Clause 5, is applicable with the following modifications.
5.2.5 Flueways
prEN 16510-1:2013, 5.2.5, is applicable with the following modification.
Addition after 1 paragraph:

For Kachelofen or Putzöfen inset appliances the flueways shall be tight and shall have tight cleaning

openings, which allow a proper cleaning. Metal flueways shall be made of steel as given in

prEN 16510-1:2013, Table 3, with a minimum thickness of 2 mm or cast iron as given in prEN 16510-1:2013,

Table 4, with a thickness of 4 mm or of austenitic stainless steel with a thickness of 1 mm. Fireclay bricks,

plates or components of flueways shall comply with DIN 51060.
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5.2.6 Ashpan and ash removal
prEN 16510-1:2013, 5.2.6, is applicable with the following modification.
Addition after 1 paragraph:

Kachelöfen or Putzöfen inset appliances designed to burn coal as well as wood shall be equipped with an

ashpan having a minimum volume capacity of 0,8 dm per kW of nominal heat output. For Kachelöfen' or

Putztöfen' insets which are specifically designed to burn wood logs and wood briquettes, and if they are

equipped with an ashpan, the minimum volume capacity of this ashpan shall be 0,5 dm per kW of nominal

heat output.
5.2.7 Bottomgrate
prEN 16510-1:2013, 5.2.7, is applicable with the following modification.
Addition after 1 paragraph and Note:

Grate devices fitted to Kachelöfen or Putztöfen inset appliances shall be easy to de-ash without undue effort.

6 Safety requirements
prEN 16510-1:2013, Clause 6, is applicable with the following modification.
Addition of the following new subclauses
6.101 Cut-off device for appliances without doors

If a cut-off device is fitted to an appliance without doors, it shall separate the appliance from the chimney. The

cut-off device shall not hinder control or cleaning of the connecting parts, and the device shall maintain the

position in which it is set.

The marking of the position of the operating handle shall enable identification of the position of the cut-off

device. The cut-off device shall only be installed into the flue gas collector, flue spigot or flue gas connector

and it shall separate the flueway from the chimney. The cut-off device shall only be used when the appliance

is out to prevent heat loss from the room via the chimney and to prevent the fall of soot into the room when the

chimney is swept.
6.102 Temperature at air grilles for Kachelöfen or Putzöfen inset appliances

For the test in compliance with A.4.7 and A.4.101 the temperature recorded at the central flow at a distance of

15 cm from outside of the air grilles shall not be greater than 85 °C when referenced to an ambient

temperature of 25 °C.
7 Performance requirements
prEN 16510-1:2013, Clause 7, is applicable with the following modifications.
7.2.2 Carbon monoxide emission
prEN 16510-1:2013, 7.2.2, is applicable with the following modification.
Addition after 1st paragraph:

For Kachelofen or Putztofen inset appliances, when tested in accordance with A.4.7 and A.4.101 the mean

carbon monoxide content of the dry flue gas shall not exceed 0,2 % related to 13 % O when the test fuels

corresponding to prEN 16510-1:2013, Table B.1, are burned.
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7.3 Efficiency
prEN 16510-1:2013, 7.3, is applicable with the following modification.
Addition after 1st paragraph:

For Kachelofen and Putzofen inset appliances the manufacturer's declared efficiency value shall be equal to

or exceed 75 %.

For open fires without boiler the manufacturer's declared efficiency value shall be equal to or exceed 30 %.

For open fires with boiler the manufacturer's declared efficiency value shall be equal to or exceed 50 %.

For all other inset appliances that operate with firedoors closed the manufacturer's declared efficiency value

shall be equal to or exceed 65 %.
7.4 Flue draught
prEN 16510-1:2013, 7.4, is applicable with the following modification.
Addition after last paragraph:

For appliances with open firebox, when measuring nominal heat output, water heating output and space

heating output in accordance with A.4.7 the mean flue draught shall be 10 Pa and shall be kept within ± 1 Pa

of this specified flue draught value. When testing for safety in accordance with A.4.9.3 the flue draught shall

be (14 ) Pa.

For Kachelofen and Putzofen inset appliances for the test at nominal heat output, the test of accumulation

heat output, the safety-test with fir timber and the recovery test the flue draught shall be (15 ± 2) Pa.

For Kachelofen and Putzofen inset appliances for the slow combustion test the flue draught shall be

(7 ± 2) Pa.
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7.6 Refuelling intervals at nominal heat output
prEN 16510-1:2013, 7.6, is applicable with the following modification.
Replacement of Table 8:
Table 8 — Minimum refuelling intervals or burning rate
Appliance type Test fuel type Minimum refuelling interval or burning rate
(as detailed in Table B.1)
Appliance without Appliance with firedoors closed
firedoors
At nominal heat output
Continuous burning Wood logs, lignite briquettes or no requirements 1.5 h
appliance peat briquettes
All other test fuels 1,5 h 4 h
Intermittent burning Wood logs, lignite briquettes or no requirements 40 min
appliance peat briquettes
All other test fuels no requirements 1 h
+10
Kachelöfen or Wood logs, lignite briquettes or not applicable (90 . min
20)
Putzöfen inset peat briquettes
appliance
All other test fuels not applicable 4 h
At slow or reduced combustion
Continuous burning Wood logs, lignite briquettes or no requirements 3 h
appliance peat briquettes
All other test fuels 10 h 12 h

Intermittent burning Wood logs, lignite briquettes or no requirements no requirements

appliance peat briquettes
All other test fuels 10 h 10 h

Kachelöfen or Wood logs, lignite briquettes or not applicable burning rate to achieve

Putzöfen inset peat briquettes (50 ± 10) % of nominal heat
appliance output
All other test fuels not applicable burning rate to achieve at
least 12 h
Addition of the following new subclause:
7.101 Accumulation heat output for Kachelofen or Putzofen inset appliances

The accumulation heat output shall be in accordance with the heat released when burning the test fuel load in

kg given by the manufacturer when tested in accordance with A.4.101
8 Appliance instructions
prEN 16510-1:2013, Clause 8, is applicable.
9 Evaluation of conformity
prEN 16510-1:2013, Clause 9, is applicable.
10 Marking
prEN 16510-1:2013, Clause 10, is applicable.
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Annex A
(normative)
Test methods
A.1 Test environment
prEN 16510-1:2013, A.1, is applicable.
A.2 Test assembly
prEN 16510-1:2013, A.2, is applicable.
A.3 Measurement equipment
prEN 16510-1:2013, A.3, is applicable.
A.4 Test procedures
prEN 16510-1:2013, A.4, is applicable with the following modifications.
A.4.7 Performance test at nominal heat output
prEN 16510-1:2013, A.4.7, is applicable with the following modifications.
A.4.7.1 General
prEN 16510-1:2013, A.4.7.1, is applicable with the following modifications.
Addition before 1 paragraph:

In the case of Kachelöfen or Putzöfen inset appliances the performance test at nominal heat output shall

consist of three parts:
 an ignition and a dry heating, if the appliance is made of ceramic materials;
 pre-test(s) period(s);
 a test period.

The dry heating period shall be of sufficient duration to ensure that the water content of ceramic materials

does not effect the results of the weighing during the test period.
NOTE A dry heating period of 10 h or more is typical.
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Replacement of Table A.2:
Table A.2 — Minimum duration and minimum number of test periods
Appliance Fuel Test period
Minimum Minimum Minimum
duration duration number
closed open
At nominal heat output
Continuous burning Wood, lignite briquettes, peat 1,5 h - 2
briquettes
Continuous burning All other solid mineral fuel 4 h 1,5 h 2
Intermittent burning Wood, lignite briquettes, peat 40 min - 3
briquettes
Intermittent burning All other solid mineral fuel 1 h - 2
Kachelofen or Putzofen Wood, lignite briquettes, peat - 3
+10
(90 . min
20)
inset appliances briquettes
Kachelofen or Putzofen All other solid mineral fuel - 2
4 h
inset appliances
At slow or reduced combustion
Continuous burning Wood, lignite briquettes, peat 3 h - 2
briquettes
Continuous burning All other solid mineral fuel 12 h 10 h 2
Intermittent burning Wood, lignite briquettes, peat - -
briquettes
Intermittent burning All other solid mineral fuel 10 h 10 h 2
Kachelofen or Putzofen Wood, lignite briquettes, peat burning rate to - 3
inset appliances briquettes achieve
(50 ± 10) % of
nominal heat
output
Kachelofen or Putzofen All other solid mineral fuel burning rate to - 2
inset appliances achieve at
least 12 h
A.4.7.3 Test period
prEN 16510-1:2013, A.4.7.3, is applicable with the following modification.
Addition before 5 paragraph:

In the case of Kachelöfen or Putzöfen inset appliances also measure and record the temperature of the test

surround and at the air grilles either continuously or at regular intervals of not more than 1 min to ensure that

the maximum temperatures achieved are recorded.
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A.4.8 Slow combustion, reduced combustion and recovery test
prEN 16510-1:2013, A.4.8, is applicable with the following modifications.
A.4.8.1 General
prEN 16510-1:2013, A.4.8.1, is applicable with the following modification.
Addition before 6 paragraph:

The duration of the test period or the burning rate requirements in the case of Kachelofen or Putzöfen inset

appliances shall be as specified in Table 8 and Table A.2.
A.4.8.2 Pre-test period
prEN 16510-1:2013, A.4.8.2, is applicable with the following modification.
Addition before 4 paragraph:

In the case of Kachelöfen or Putzöfen inset appliances reduce the heat output by reducing the setting of the

primary air control in stages until the burning rate is either (50 ± 10) % of the measured burning rate at

nominal heat output for test wood logs and peat briquettes or approximately 33 % of the measured burning

rate at nominal heat output for other test fuels.
A.4.8.3 Test period
prEN 16510-1:2013, A.4.8.3 is applicable with the following modifications.
Addition before 3 paragraph:

In the case of Kachelöfen or Putzöfen inset appliances measure and record the temperature of the test

surround either continuously or at regular intervals of not more than 1 min to ensure that the maximum

temperatures achieved are recorded.
Addition before 7 paragraph:

For Kachelöfen or Putzöfen inset appliances using solid mineral test fuel, end the test when the mass of the

basic firebed is the same as the basic limbed left at the end of the pre-test period.

Addition before 8 paragraph:

For Kachelöfen or Putzöfen inset appliances using wood logs and peat briquettes end the test when at least a

sufficient firebed to allow recovery is available.
A.4.8.4 Recovery test period
prEN 16510-1:2013, A.4.8.4, is applicable with the following modification.
Addition after the last paragraph:

For Kachelöfen or Putzöfen inset appliances the following test procedure has to be followed.

At the end of the slow combustion test period, reset the appliance controls in accordance with the

manufacturer's operating instructions to give the nominal heat output. Adjust the applied draught so that the

static pressure in the measurement section is set to (15 ± 2) Pa. De-ash the firebed in accordance with A.4.3,

and add a refuel charge if necessary as follows:

 when using solid mineral test fuels, the refuel charge shall be at least 33 % of the nominal heat output

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 when using wood logs or peat briquettes, the refuel charge shall be as indicated by the manufacturer's

instructions.

Record whether the fire recovers in accordance with 7.101 and record the time taken.

A.4.9 Safety tests
prEN 16510-1:2013, A.4.9, is applicable with the following modifications.
A.4.9.3.1.3 Test period
prEN 16510-1:2013, A.4.9.3.1.3, is applicable with the following modification.
Replacement of the last paragraph:

Refuel the appliance with a further test load and repeat the test. If the peak temperatures during the previous

period are exceeded in the subsequent period, continue further refuelling for at least up to 8 h.

Record the maximum temperatures achieved for each combustion period.

Use the maximum temperatures achieved as a curve in order to extrapolate from this curve the maximum

temperature under steady state conditions. For the extrapolation see Annex I.

NOTE Of course this extrapolation has to be carried out for all sides of the trihedron at the hottest points.

A.4.9.3.2.2 Ignition and test period
prEN 16510-1:2013, A.4.9.3.2.2, is applicable with the following modification.
Replacement of the last paragraph:

In the case of Kachelöfen or Putzöfen inset appliances measure and record the following parameters:

 the temperatures on the test surround and at air grilles;

 the temperature in the fuel storage container, either continuously or at regular intervals of no more than

1 min.

Refuel the appliance with a further test load and repeat the test. If the peak temperatures during the previous

period, are exceeded in the subsequent period, continue further refuelling for at least up to 8 h.

Record the maximum temperatures achieved for each combustion period.

Use the maximum temperatures achieved as a curve in order to extrapolate from this curve the maximum

temperature under steady state conditions. For the extrapolation see Annex H.

NOTE Of course this extrapolation has to be carried out for all sides of the trihedron at the hottest points.

A.4.9.4.2 Ignition and pre-test period
prEN 16510-1:2013, A.4.9.4.2, is applicable with the following modification.
Addition before 4 paragraph:

In the case of Kachelöfen or Putztöfen inset appliances the pre-test shall be carried out at a burning rate of

(50 ± 10) % for wood logs and peat briquettes or 33 % for other test fuels of the consumption at nominal heat

output. The pre-test period shall be continued for a period of not less than two hours at this burning rate until

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the reading on the platform scale shows that the mass of basic firebed is achieved. Record the reading of the

platform scale.
Addition of the following new subclauses

A.4.9.101 Temperature safety test for woodburning and multifuel appliances without doors

A.4.9.101.1 General
This test shall be performed when the appliance is designed to burn wood.
This test shall consist of an ignition and a test period.

All controls except those used only for start-up purposes, shall be set in the position allowing the highest heat

output to be achieved.

The test fuel shall be fir timber with a moisture content of (15 ± 3) %; the nominal cross sectional sizes of the

timber shall be (4 × 6) cm or (5 × 5) cm. The length of the timber shall be at least two thirds of the width of the

firebox or two thirds of the depth of the firebox. If a grate is installed in the appliance, the length and width of

the profiles shall exceed the length and width of the grate so that the grate is entirely covered with test fuel.

These section timber pieces shall be put crosswise in a lattice formation so that the space between the timber

pieces is not less than 1 cm.

The grids shall be put into the firebox and stacked to a level of up to two thirds of the fire-box opening. If

burning fuel falls from the appliance during the test then the refuel load shall be reduced to give a level of fuel

sufficient to ensure this does not occur.

The appliance shall be refuelled and operated for successive test periods until the temperatures of trihedron

and fuel storage container reach a steady state.
A.4.9.101.2 Ignition and test period

Load the appliance with sufficient test fuel to ensure ignition of the fuel in accordance with the manufacurer’s

instructions. When the fuel is well alight, load the appliance with the test fuel load.

Start the flue gas extraction system and adjust the applied draught so that the static pressure in the

measurement section is within Pa of the flue draught values specified in 6.1.
( )

Observe the static pressure at approximately 15 min intervals throughout the entire test and adjust the applied

flue draught, if necessary.

When half of the mass of the initial charge is left, a further charge of test fuel shall be introduced up to two

thirds of the firebox opening.
Measure and record:
 the temperatures on the test hearth and the walls of the trihedron;

 the temperature in the fuel storage container, measured either continuously or at regular intervals of no

more than 1 min.

End the test period when the basic firebed is reached. Record the reading of the platform scale.

Refuel the appliance with a further test load and repeat the test. If the peak temperatures during the previous

period are exceeded in the subsequent period, continue further refuelling until the maximum temperatures are

reached.
Record the maximum temperatures achieved.
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Addition of the following new subclause

A.4.101 Determination of the basic data for calculation of the performance of a heat accumulator

A.4.101.1 General
The test for accumulation shall consist of two parts:
 an ignition and pre-test period,
 a test period.

The duration of the pre-test period shall be sufficient to ensure that normal working conditions and a basic

firebed are established (approximately 10 min).

Observe the static pressure throughout the entire test and if necessary adjust the applied flue draught so that

the static pressure is set to the appropriate normal flue draught value ± 2 Pa as detailed in 6.1.

A.4.101.2 Ignition and pre-test period
Start the flue gas extraction system and adjust the applied draught so tha
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