This European Standard sets out the requirements and the test method for the rational use of energy of gas burning domestic cooking appliances, in accordance with EN 30 1-1:2008+A3:2013, Clause 1.
This European Standard covers type testing only.
NOTE   The calorific values specified in this European Standard are based on the gross calorific value (Hs) as defined in EN 30–1-1:2008+A3:2013.

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This European Standard specifies the construction and performance characteristics as well as the requirements and methods of test for the safety and marking of domestic cooking appliances, capable of using the combustible gases defined in EN 30-1-1:2008+A2:2010, that have one or more burners with an automatic burner control system, referred to in the text as "appliances".
This European Standard includes specific requirements and methods of test that are applicable to burners having an automatic burner control system, whether or not the appliance is equipped with a fan for the supply of combustion air to, and/or the evacuation of the products of combustion from the burner concerned. These specific requirements and methods of test are only applicable when the burner has an automatic burner control system and do not apply to burners having automatic ignition that fall within the scope of
EN 30-1-1:2008+A2:2010.
This European Standard is intended to be used in conjunction with EN 30-1-1:2008+A2:2010 and, where appropriate, other parts of EN 30-1 covering appliances having:
-   forced-convection ovens and/or grills;
-   a glass ceramic hotplate.
It does not cover all of the safety requirements and methods of test that are specific to forced-convection ovens and/or grills and glass ceramic hotplates.
Unless specifically excluded hereafter, this standard applies to these appliances or their component parts, whether or not the component parts are independent or incorporated into a single appliance, even if the other heating components of the appliance use electrical energy (e.g. combined gas-electric cookers).
This European Standard includes requirements covering the electrical safety of equipment incorporated in the appliance that is associated with the use of gas. It does not include requirements covering the electrical safety of electrically heated component parts of their associated equipment ).
This European Standard does not apply to:
-   outdoor appliances;
-   appliances connected to a combustion products evacuation duct;
-   appliances having a pyrolytic gas oven;
-   appliances having automatic burner control systems that:
-   have a second safety time (see EN 298:2003), or
-   control one or more burners that incorporate a separate ignition burner;
-   appliances having an uncovered burner or a non-enclosed covered burner (see 3.1.1) that utilises a fan for the supply of its combustion air;
-   appliances having enclosed covered burners that are not equipped with an automatic burner control system;
-   appliances having one or more burners that are capable of remote operation (type1), unless the burner(s) concerned are:
-   oven burners equipped with an automatic burner control system, or
-   oven burners of time-controlled ovens that are designed for a delayed start without the user being present;
-   appliances having one or more burners that are capable of remote operation (type 2), unless the burner(s) concerned are:
-   oven, grill or hotplate burners equipped with automatic burner control systems, or
-   oven burners of time-controlled ovens that are designed for a delayed start without the user being present;
-   appliances supplied at pressures greater than those defined in 7.1.3;
-   appliances equipped with air-gas ratio controls;
-   appliances incorporating one or more hotplate or grill burners that enable the user to program the delayed start of a cooking cycle.
This European Standard does not cover the requirements relating to automatic on-off cycling multi-ring hotplate burners for which specific requirements are under consideration.
This European Standard does not cover the requirements relating to third family gas cylinders, their regulators and their connection.
This European Standard only covers type testing.

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This European Standard specifies the special constructional and operational characteristics, as well as the requirements and methods of test for safety and marking, for domestic cooking appliances having forced-convection ovens and /or grills using combustible gases, as defined in EN 30-1-1:2008+A2:2010.
Unless specifically excluded, this European Standard applies to appliances or their component parts, whether the component parts are independent or incorporated as part of the appliance, even if the other heating components use electrical energy (for example combined gas-electric cookers).
This European Standard includes requirements covering the electrical safety of equipment incorporated in the appliance that are associated with the use of gas. It does not include requirements covering the electric safety of electrically-heated components or their associated equipment1).
This European Standard does not apply to:
- outdoor appliances;
- appliances connected to a combustion products evacuation duct;
- appliances having a pyrolytic gas oven;
- appliances having covered burners which do not comply with the constructional requirements
of EN 30-1-1:2008+A2:2010, 5.2.8.2.2;
- appliances incorporating flame supervision devices and having an automatic ignition device for which the duration of the ignition attempt is limited by design;
- appliances equipped with a burner that is periodically ignited and extinguished under the control of an automatic on/off device;
- appliances equipped with a burner having a fan for the supply of combustion air or for the evacuation of the products of combustion;
- appliances supplied at pressures greater than those defined in EN 30-1-1:2008+A2:2010, 7.1.2;
- appliances equipped with an oven and/or with a grill having a fan either for the supply of combustion air or for the evacuation of the products of combustion;
- appliances equipped with a compartment in which a burner and an electric heating element can function simultaneously;
- appliances having one or more burners that are capable of remote operation (type 1 or type 2), unless the burner(s) concerned are thermostatically controlled oven burners of time-controlled ovens that are designed for a delayed start without the user being present.
This European Standard does not cover the requirements relating to third family gas cylinders, their regulators and their connection.
This European Standard only covers type testing.

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This document specifies the requirements and methods of test for the safety and marking of freestanding and built-in domestic cooking appliances burning combustible gases given in EN 437:2021, referred to in the text as “appliances”.
The appliances covered by this document are intended to be used in a domestic dwelling.
This document covers the following types of domestic cooking appliances:
-   independent freestanding hobs;
-   independent built-in hobs;
-   hobs and grills;
-   table cookers;
-   freestanding ovens;
-   built-in ovens;
-   freestanding or built-in grills;
-   griddles;
-   freestanding cookers;
-   built-in cookers.
This document also applies to gas cooking appliances incorporating electrical heating elements (e.g. gas-electric cooking appliances).
For appliances intended to be used in caravans, or motorhomes/mobile homes or on board of ships or aircraft, additional requirements may be necessary.
This document does not apply to:
a)   outdoor appliances;
b)   appliances connected to a combustion products evacuation duct;
c)   appliances having a pyrolytic gas oven;
d)   appliances incorporating flame supervision devices and having an automatic ignition device for which the duration of the ignition attempt is limited by design;
e)   appliances equipped with a burner that is periodically ignited and extinguished under the control of an automatic on/off device;
f)   appliances equipped with an oven and/or with a grill having a fan:
1)   either for the supply of combustion air or for the evacuation of the products of combustion;
2)   or for the circulation of the products of combustion within the compartments;
g)   appliances incorporating one or more hob or grill burners that enable the user to program the delayed start of the cooking cycle;
h)   appliances of categories I2N, I2R, I3R, I2E(S), I2E(R), I2Esi, I2Er, I2R and the equivalent double and triple categories which include these indices;
i)   appliances of category II2E+3B.
This document does not cover the requirements relating to third family gas cylinders, their pressure regulators and their connection.

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EN 15181:2007+A1specifies the method of test for determining the gas energy consumption in gas-fired domestic ovens when they are being used in one or more of the oven cooking modes defined in 3. 1. It applies to the gas-fired domestic ovens which are capable of utilizing gases of group H or group E !or third family gases", possibly after conversion according to instructions for use.This European Standard applies to these gas-fired domestic ovens, whether they are separate appliances or component parts of domestic cooking appliances.This European Standard also applies to domestic appliances that can utilize gas and/or electrical energy to provide heat for cooking when the ovens are utilizing gas energy to provide heat for cooking, but not when electric energy is used to provide any or all of the heat for cooking in the oven.It is not applicable to:- microwave combination ovens;- small cavities ovens (3.2);- oven cavities not provided with devices to detect and control the temperature for the preparation of food;- cooking modes others than defined in 3.1.1 and 3.1.2;- ovens connected to a chimney in which the gas energy for cooking provides, by design, also space and/or water heating;!Deleted text"This European Standard is concerned neither with safety nor with overall performance requirements.

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This standard specifies the construction and performance characteristics as well as the requirements and methods of test for the safety and marking of domestic cooking appliances, capable of using the combustible gases defined in EN 30-1-1:1998 and EN 30-1-1:1998/A1:1999, having one or more enclosed covered burners under a glass ceramic panel, referred to in the text as "appliances".
This standard is intended to be used in conjunction with EN 30-1-1:1998 and EN 30-1-1:1998/A1:1999 or EN 30 1 4:2002, and, where appropriate, EN 30-2-1:1999.
It does not cover all of the safety requirements and methods of test that are specific to forced convection ovens and/or grills.
Unless excluded specifically hereafter, this standard covers appliances or their components, whether or not the component parts are independent or incorporated into a single appliance, even if the other heating components of the appliance use electrical energy (e.g. gas-electric-cookers).
This standard includes requirements covering the electrical safety of equipment incorporated in the appliance that is associated with gas. It does not include requirements covering the electrical safety of electrically-heated component parts of their associated equipment ).
This Standard does not apply to:
-   outdoor appliances;
-   appliances connected to a combustion products evacuation duct;
-   appliances having a pyrolytic gas oven;
-   appliances having automatic burner control systems that
-   have a second safety time, or
-   control one or more burners that incorporate a separate ignition burner;
-   appliances having an uncovered burner or a non-enclosed covered burner;
-   appliances equipped with air-gas ratio controls;
-   appliances with more than one fan for the supply of combustion air and/or for the evacuation of products of combustion from a combustion chamber;
-   appliances supplied at pressures greater than those defined in 7.1.2.
This standard does not cover the requirements relating to third family ga

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This standard sets out the requirements and test method for the rational use of energy of gas cooking appliances having forced-convection ovens and/or grills using combustible gases described in clause 1 of EN 30-1-2:1999.  This standard covers only type testing.  NOTE: The calorific values given in this standard are based on the gross calorific value (Hs) as defined in EN 30-1-2:1999.

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This European Standard specifies the special constructional and operational characteristics, as well as the requirements and methods of test for safety and marking, for domestic cooking appliances having forced-convection ovens and /or grills using combustible gases, as defined in EN 30-1-1:2008+A2:2010.
Unless specifically excluded, this European Standard applies to appliances or their component parts, whether the component parts are independent or incorporated as part of the appliance, even if the other heating components use electrical energy (for example combined gas-electric cookers).
This European Standard includes requirements covering the electrical safety of equipment incorporated in the appliance that are associated with the use of gas. It does not include requirements covering the electric safety of electrically-heated components or their associated equipment1).
This European Standard does not apply to:
- outdoor appliances;
- appliances connected to a combustion products evacuation duct;
- appliances having a pyrolytic gas oven;
- appliances having covered burners which do not comply with the constructional requirements
of EN 30-1-1:2008+A2:2010, 5.2.8.2.2;
- appliances incorporating flame supervision devices and having an automatic ignition device for which the duration of the ignition attempt is limited by design;
- appliances equipped with a burner that is periodically ignited and extinguished under the control of an automatic on/off device;
- appliances equipped with a burner having a fan for the supply of combustion air or for the evacuation of the products of combustion;
- appliances supplied at pressures greater than those defined in EN 30-1-1:2008+A2:2010, 7.1.2;
- appliances equipped with an oven and/or with a grill having a fan either for the supply of combustion air or for the evacuation of the products of combustion;
- appliances equipped with a compartment in which a burner and an electric heating element can function simultaneously;
- appliances having one or more burners that are capable of remote operation (type 1 or type 2), unless the burner(s) concerned are thermostatically controlled oven burners of time-controlled ovens that are designed for a delayed start without the user being present.
This European Standard does not cover the requirements relating to third family gas cylinders, their regulators and their connection.
This European Standard only covers type testing.

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This European Standard specifies the construction and performance characteristics as well as the requirements and methods of test for the safety and marking of domestic cooking appliances, capable of using the combustible gases defined in EN 30-1-1:2008+A2:2010, that have one or more burners with an automatic burner control system, referred to in the text as "appliances".
This European Standard includes specific requirements and methods of test that are applicable to burners having an automatic burner control system, whether or not the appliance is equipped with a fan for the supply of combustion air to, and/or the evacuation of the products of combustion from the burner concerned. These specific requirements and methods of test are only applicable when the burner has an automatic burner control system and do not apply to burners having automatic ignition that fall within the scope of
EN 30-1-1:2008+A2:2010.
This European Standard is intended to be used in conjunction with EN 30-1-1:2008+A2:2010 and, where appropriate, other parts of EN 30-1 covering appliances having:
-   forced-convection ovens and/or grills;
-   a glass ceramic hotplate.
It does not cover all of the safety requirements and methods of test that are specific to forced-convection ovens and/or grills and glass ceramic hotplates.
Unless specifically excluded hereafter, this standard applies to these appliances or their component parts, whether or not the component parts are independent or incorporated into a single appliance, even if the other heating components of the appliance use electrical energy (e.g. combined gas-electric cookers).
This European Standard includes requirements covering the electrical safety of equipment incorporated in the appliance that is associated with the use of gas. It does not include requirements covering the electrical safety of electrically heated component parts of their associated equipment ).
This European Standard does not apply to:
-   outdoor appliances;
-   appliances connected to a combustion products evacuation duct;
-   appliances having a pyrolytic gas oven;
-   appliances having automatic burner control systems that:
-   have a second safety time (see EN 298:2003), or
-   control one or more burners that incorporate a separate ignition burner;
-   appliances having an uncovered burner or a non-enclosed covered burner (see 3.1.1) that utilises a fan for the supply of its combustion air;
-   appliances having enclosed covered burners that are not equipped with an automatic burner control system;
-   appliances having one or more burners that are capable of remote operation (type1), unless the burner(s) concerned are:
-   oven burners equipped with an automatic burner control system, or
-   oven burners of time-controlled ovens that are designed for a delayed start without the user being present;
-   appliances having one or more burners that are capable of remote operation (type 2), unless the burner(s) concerned are:
-   oven, grill or hotplate burners equipped with automatic burner control systems, or
-   oven burners of time-controlled ovens that are designed for a delayed start without the user being present;
-   appliances supplied at pressures greater than those defined in 7.1.3;
-   appliances equipped with air-gas ratio controls;
-   appliances incorporating one or more hotplate or grill burners that enable the user to program the delayed start of a cooking cycle.
This European Standard does not cover the requirements relating to automatic on-off cycling multi-ring hotplate burners for which specific requirements are under consideration.
This European Standard does not cover the requirements relating to third family gas cylinders, their regulators and their connection.
This European Standard only covers type testing.

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This document specifies the requirements and test method for the rational use of energy of gas cooking appliances having forced-convection ovens and/or grills using combustible gases described in Clause 1 of EN 30 1 2:2012.
This document covers only type testing.

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This European Standard sets out the requirements and the test method for the rational use of energy of gas burning domestic cooking appliances, in accordance with EN 30-1-1:2021, Clause 1.
This European Standard covers type testing only.
NOTE   The calorific values specified in this European Standard are based on the gross calorific value (Hs) as defined in EN 30–1-1:2008+A3:2013.

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This European Standard specifies the method of test for determining the gas energy consumption in gas-fired domestic ovens when they are being used in one or more of the oven cooking modes defined in 3.1. It applies to the gas-fired domestic ovens which are capable of utilizing gases of group H or group E, possibly after conversion according to instructions for use.
This European Standard applies to these gas-fired domestic ovens, whether they are separate appliances or component parts of domestic cooking appliances.
This European Standard also applies to domestic appliances that can utilize gas and/or electrical energy to provide heat for cooking when the ovens are utilizing gas energy to provide heat for cooking, but not when electric energy is used to provide any or all of the heat for cooking in the oven.
It is not applicable to:
-   microwave combination ovens;
-   small cavities ovens (3.2);
-   oven cavities not provided with devices to detect and control the temperature for the preparation of food;
-   cooking modes others than defined in 3.1.1 and 3.1.2;
-   ovens connected to a chimney in which the gas energy for cooking provides, by design, also space and/or water heating;
-   appliances designed for use with gases of the third family only.
This European Standard is concerned neither with safety nor with overall performance requirements.

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This standard specifies the method of test for determining the gas energy consumption in gas-fired domestic ovens when they are being used in one or more of the oven cooking modes defined in 3.1. It applies to the gas-fired domestic ovens which are capable of utilising gases of group H or group E, possibly after conversion according to manufacturer’s instructions.
It applies to these gas-fired domestic ovens, whether they are separate appliances or component parts of domestic cooking appliances.
It also applies to domestic appliances that can utilise gas and/or electrical energy to provide heat for cooking when the ovens are utilising gas energy to provide heat for cooking, but not when electric energy is used to provide any or all of the heat for cooking in the oven.
It is not applicable to:
- microwave combination ovens;
- small cavity ovens (3.2);
- ovens without adjustable temperature control;
- cooking modes others than defined in 3.1.1 and 3.1.2;
- ovens connected to a chimney in which the gas energy for cooking also, by design, provides space and/or water heating;
- appliances designed for use with gases of the third family only.
This standard is concerned neither with safety nor with performance requirements.

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This amendment to EN 30-2-1:1998 will cover specific requirements for appliances having several hotplate burners, one or more of which has a heat input greater than 4,2 kW. This amendment will also extend the scope of EN 30-2-1 to cooking appliances covered by prEN 30-1-3 and prEN 30-1-4.

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Amendment of Table 1 of EN 30-2-1:1998 in order to cover burners greater than 2,37 kW, which are more and more widespread, and which are normally operated with pans greater than 260 mm for efficiency testing.
This amendment contains additional burner-heat-inputs and the corresponding pans. The pans are chosen according to EN 203-2:1995 for great kitchen gas cooking appliances.

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This Standard sets out the requirements and the test method for the rational use of energy of gas burning domestic cooking appliances, in accordance with clause 1 of EN 30-1-1:1998.  This standard covers type testing only.  NOTE : The calorific values specified in this standard are based on the upper calorific value (Hs) as defined in EN 30-1-1:1998.

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This European Standard specifies the construction and performance characteristics as well as the requirements and methods of test for the safety and marking of freestanding and built-in domestic cooking appliances burning the combustible gases given in 4.1 according to the categories specified in 4.2, referred to in the text as "appliances".
This European Standard covers the following types of domestic cooking appliances, as defined in Clause 3, and belonging to the classes defined in 4.3 (see Table 1):
-   independent freestanding hotplates;
-   independent built-in hotplates;
-   independent hotplates and grills;
-   table cookers;
-   freestanding ovens;
-   built-in ovens;
-   freestanding or built-in grills;
-   griddles;
-   freestanding cookers;
-   built-in cookers.
Unless specifically excluded hereafter, this European Standard applies to these appliances or their component parts, whether or not the component parts are independent or incorporated into a single appliance, even if the other heating components of the appliance use electrical energy (e.g. combined gas-electric cookers).
This European Standard includes requirements covering the electrical safety of equipment incorporated in the appliance that is associated with the use of gas. It does not include requirements covering the electrical safety of electrically-heated component parts or their associated equipment ).
This European Standard does not apply to:
a)   outdoor appliances;
b)   appliances connected to a combustion products evacuation duct;
c)   appliances having a pyrolitic gas oven;
d)   appliances having covered burners which are not in conformity with the constructional requirements of 5.2.8.2.2;
e)   appliances incorporating flame supervision devices and having an automatic ignition device for which the duration of the ignition attempt is limited by design;
f)   appliances equipped with a burner that is periodically ignited and extinguished under the control of an automatic on/off device;
g)   appliances equipped with an oven and/or with a grill having a fan:
1)   either for the supply of combustion air or for the evacuation of the products of combustion;
2)   or for the circulation of the products of combustion within the compartments;
h)   appliances supplied at pressures greater than those defined in 7.1.2;
i)   appliances having one or more burners that are capable of remote operation (type1 or type 2), unless the burner(s) concerned are thermostatically controlled oven burners of time-controlled ovens that are designed for a delayed start without the user being present;
!
j)   appliances incorporating one or more hotplate or grill burners that enable the user to program the cooking cycle, including the start and/or the end of the cycle."
This European Standard does not cover the requirements relating to third family gas cylinders, their regulators and their connection.
This European Standard only covers type testing.
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This European Standard specifies the construction and performance characteristics as well as the requirements and methods of test for the safety and marking of freestanding and built-in domestic cooking appliances burning the combustible gases given in 4.1 according to the categories specified in 4.2, referred to in the text as "appliances".
This European Standard covers the following types of domestic cooking appliances, as defined in Clause 3, and belonging to the classes defined in 4.3 (see Table 1):
-   independent freestanding hotplates;
-   independent built-in hotplates;
-   independent hotplates and grills;
-   table cookers;-
-   freestanding ovens;
-   built-in ovens;
-   freestanding or built-in grills;
-   griddles;
-   freestanding cookers;
-   built-in cookers.
Unless specifically excluded hereafter, this European Standard applies to these appliances or their component parts, whether or not the component parts are independent or incorporated into a single appliance, even if the other heating components of the appliance use electrical energy (e.g. combined gas-electric cookers).
This European Standard includes requirements covering the electrical safety of equipment incorporated in the appliance that is associated with the use of gas. It does not include requirements covering the electrical safety of electrically heated component parts or their associated equipment ).
This European Standard does not apply to:
a)   outdoor appliances;
b)   appliances connected to a combustion products evacuation duct;
c)   appliances having a pyrolitic gas oven;
d)   appliances having covered burners which are not in conformity with the constructional requirements of 5.2.8.2.2;
e)   appliances incorporating flame supervision devices and having an automatic ignition device for which the duration of the ignition attempt is limited by design;
f)   appliances equipped with a burner that is periodically ignited and extinguished under the control of an automatic on/off device;

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This European Standard specifies the construction and performance characteristics as well as the requirements and methods of test for the safety and marking of freestanding and built-in domestic cooking appliances burning the combustible gases given in 4.1 according to the categories specified in 4.2, referred to in the text as "appliances".
This European Standard covers the following types of domestic cooking appliances, as defined in Clause 3, and belonging to the classes defined in 4.3 (see Table 1):
-   independent freestanding hotplates;
-   independent built-in hotplates;
-   independent hotplates and grills;
-   table cookers;-
-   freestanding ovens;
-   built-in ovens;
-   freestanding or built-in grills;
-   griddles;
-   freestanding cookers;
-   built-in cookers.
Unless specifically excluded hereafter, this European Standard applies to these appliances or their component parts, whether or not the component parts are independent or incorporated into a single appliance, even if the other heating components of the appliance use electrical energy (e.g. combined gas-electric cookers).
This European Standard includes requirements covering the electrical safety of equipment incorporated in the appliance that is associated with the use of gas. It does not include requirements covering the electrical safety of electrically heated component parts or their associated equipment ).
This European Standard does not apply to:
a)   outdoor appliances;
b)   appliances connected to a combustion products evacuation duct;
c)   appliances having a pyrolitic gas oven;
d)   appliances having covered burners which are not in conformity with the constructional requirements of 5.2.8.2.2;
e)   appliances incorporating flame supervision devices and having an automatic ignition device for which the duration of the ignition attempt is limited by design;
f)   appliances equipped with a burner that is periodically ignited and extinguished under the control of an automatic on/off device;

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The first amendment to EN 30-1-4:2002 will address the safety aspects in A2 and prA3 to EN 30-1-1:1998 and it will consider the application of remote controls to domestic cooking appliances burning gas having one or more burners with an automatic burner control system.

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This standard specifies the construction and performance characteristics as well as the requirements and methods of test for the safety and marking of domestic cooking appliances, capable of using the combustible gases defined in EN 30-1-1:1998 and EN 30-1-1/A1:1999, that have one or more burners with an automatic burner control system, referred to in the text as "appliances".
This standard includes specific requirements and methods of test that are applicable to burners having an automatic burner control system, whether or not the appliance is equipped with a fan for the supply of combustion air to, and/or the evacuation of the products of combustion from, the burner concerned.  These specific requirements and methods of test are only applicable when the burner has a automatic burner control system and do not apply to burners having automatic ignition that fall within the scope of EN 30-1-1:1998 and EN 30-1-1/A1:1999.
This Standard is intended to be used in conjunction with EN 30-1-1:1998 and EN 30-1-1/A1:1999 and, where appropriate, other parts of EN 30-1 covering appliances having:
¾ forced-convection ovens and/or grills;
¾ a glass ceramic  hotplate.
It does not cover all of the safety requirements and methods of test that are specific to forced convection ovens and/or grills and glass ceramic hotplates.
Unless specifically excluded hereafter, this standard applies to these appliances or their component parts, whether or not the component parts are independent or incorporated into a single appliance, even if the other heating components of the appliance use electrical energy (e.g. combined gas-electric cookers).
This standard includes requirements covering the electrical safety of equipment incorporated in the appliance that is associated with the use of gas. It does not include requirements covering the electrical safety of electrically-heated component parts of their associated equipment ).

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This standard specifies the special constructional and operational characteristics, as well as the requirements and methods of test for safety and marking, for domestic cooking appliances having forced-convection ovens and /or grills using combustible gases, as defined in EN 30-1-1:1998 and its A1:1999.  Unless specifically excluded, this standard applies to appliances or their component parts, whether the component parts are independent or incorporated as part of the appliance, even if the other heating components use electrical energy (for example combined gas-electric cookers).  This standard includes requirements covering the electrical safety of equipment incorporated in the appliance that are associated with the use of gas. It does not include requirements covering the electric safety of electrically-heated components or their associated equipment1).  This standard does not apply:  - to outdoor appliances;  - to appliances connected to a combustion products evacuation duct;  - to appliances having a pyrolytic gas oven;  - to appliances having covered burners which do not comply with the constructional requirements of 5.2.8.2.2 of EN 30-1-1:1998;  - to appliances incorporating flame supervision devices and having an automatic ignition device for which the duration of the ignition attempt is limited by design;  - to appliances equipped with a burner that is periodically ignited and extinguished under the control of an automatic on/off device;  - to appliances equipped with a burner having a fan for the supply of combustion air or for the evacuation of the products of combustion;  - to appliances supplied at pressures greater than those defined in 7.1.2 of EN 30-1-1:1998;  - to appliances equipped with a compartment in which a burner and an electric heating element can function simultaneously.  This standard only covers type testing.  [The scope of the complete standard includes a table]

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This European Standard specifies the construction and performance characteristics as well as the requirements and methods of test for the safety and marking of freestanding and built-in domestic cooking appliances burning the combustible gases given in 4.1 according to the categories specified in 4.2, referred to in the text as "appliances".
This European Standard covers the following types of domestic cooking appliances, as defined in Clause 3, and belonging to the classes defined in 4.3 (see Table 1):
- independent freestanding hotplates;
- independent built-in hotplates;
- independent hotplates and grills;
- table cookers;
- freestanding ovens;
- built-in ovens;
- freestanding or built-in grills;
- griddles;
- freestanding cookers;
- built-in cookers.
Unless specifically excluded hereafter, this European Standard applies to these appliances or their component parts, whether or not the component parts are independent or incorporated into a single appliance, even if the other heating components of the appliance use electrical energy (e.g. combined gas-electric cookers).
This European Standard includes requirements covering the electrical safety of equipment incorporated in the appliance that is associated with the use of gas. It does not include requirements covering the electrical safety of electrically heated component parts of their associated equipment.
This European Standard does not apply to:
a)   outdoor appliances;
b)   appliances connected to a combustion products evacuation duct;
c)   appliances having a pyrolitic gas oven;
d)   appliances having covered burners which are not in conformity with the constructional requirements of 5.2.8.2.2;
e)   appliances incorporating flame supervision devices and having an automatic ignition device for which the duration of the ignition attempt is limited by design;
f)   appliances equipped with a burner that is periodically ignited and extinguished under the control of an automatic on/off device;
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This European Standard specifies the construction and performance characteristics as well as the requirements and methods of test for the safety and marking of freestanding and built-in domestic cooking appliances burning the combustible gases given in 4.1 according to the categories specified in 4.2, referred to in the text as "appliances".
This European Standard covers the following types of domestic cooking appliances, as defined in Clause 3, and belonging to the classes defined in 4.3 (see Table 1):
- independent freestanding hotplates;
- independent built-in hotplates;
- independent hotplates and grills;
- table cookers;
- freestanding ovens;
- built-in ovens;
- freestanding or built-in grills;
- griddles;
- freestanding cookers;
- built-in cookers.
Unless specifically excluded hereafter, this European Standard applies to these appliances or their component parts, whether or not the component parts are independent or incorporated into a single appliance, even if the other heating components of the appliance use electrical energy (e.g. combined gas-electric cookers).
This European Standard includes requirements covering the electrical safety of equipment incorporated in the appliance that is associated with the use of gas. It does not include requirements covering the electrical safety of electrically heated component parts of their associated equipment.
This European Standard does not apply to:
a)   outdoor appliances;
b)   appliances connected to a combustion products evacuation duct;
c)   appliances having a pyrolitic gas oven;
d)   appliances having covered burners which are not in conformity with the constructional requirements of 5.2.8.2.2;
e)   appliances incorporating flame supervision devices and having an automatic ignition device for which the duration of the ignition attempt is limited by design;
f)   appliances equipped with a burner that is periodically ignited and extinguished under the control of an automatic on/off device;
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The third amendment to EN 30-1-1:1998 will cover specific requirements for appliances having several hotplate burners, one or more of which has a heat input greater than 4,2 kW.

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TC - Figure 9a
89/106 removed on 2005-02-28 by request of ADC

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Revision and updating of the safety aspects of gas cooking appliances covered by EN 30-1-1.
In the 5th paragraph, delete the last dash.

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TC - F: modificaiton in 3.4.3.4, D: modification in 5.1.6.3

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Migrated from Progress Sheet (TC Comment) (2000-07-10): UAP of 4 months (TC Res 19 and 20/1997) (CC/980317)

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This standard specifies the construction an performance characteristics as well as the requirements and methods of test for the safety and marking of freestanding and built-in domestic cooking appliances burning the combustible gases given in 4.1 according to the categories specified in 4.2, referred to in the text as "appliances". This standard covers the following types of domestic cooking appliances, as defined in clause 3, and belonging to the classes definedin 4.3: -independant freestanding hotplates; -independant built-in hotplates; -independant hotplates and grills; ...

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DIN - Many modifications troughout the text

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Definition of the construction and performance characteristics as well as the requirements and methods of test for the safety and marking of domestic cooking appliances having a glass ceramic hotplate.

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Mutual understanding and communication. Interface. Performance.

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