This European Standard is applicable to residential solid fuel burning appliances.
This European Standard specifies requirements relating to the design, manufacture, construction, safety and performance (efficiency and emission) of appliances fired by solid fuel (hereafter referred to as appliance(s)) and provides instructions for them. Furthermore, it also gives provisions for the evaluation of conformity i.e. initial type testing (ITT) and factory production control (FPC) and marking of these appliances.
This European Standard also covers CO, NOx, OGC and particulate matter (PM / PME - see Annex F) emission test methods, however this European Standard does not contain any values for the limit on these emissions.
Appliances receiving combustion air through ductwork from outside the external envelope, which is not air tight, are not considered roomsealed.This European Standard is not applicable to appliances with boiler parts in contact with fire or flue gases other than when the boiler parts are manufactured from steel or cast iron.
This European Standard is not applicable to appliances with a boiler intended for water systems having
-   water temperatures above 110 °C and/or an operating pressure of more than 3 bar;
-   direct contact with sanitary hot water.
This European Standard does not cover appliances to be operated with ventilating systems which are intended to operate with pressure below - 15 Pa in the room of installation of the appliance in relation to the outside atmosphere.
This European Standard does not cover appliances intended to carry the load of a chimney.

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The standard is applicable to hand and automatically fired appliances having nominal heat outputs up to 50 kW, the primary function of which is to provide hot water for central heating and/or domestic use, and which are designed for use only with open vented systems at a working pressure not exceeding 2 bar. In addition to their primary function of providing hot water these appliances also provide space heating to the place of installation. These appliances may burn naturally occurring or manufactured solid mineral fuels, peat briquettes, natural or manufactured wood logs and biomass based products which are in the form of an identifiable consistent product or be multi-fuel in accordance with the appliance manufacturer's instructions.

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This Standard is applicable to hand fired appliances whose primary function is to cook and whose secondary function is to provide heat into the space in which they are installed. Additionally, where fitted with a boiler, they also provide domestic hot water and/or central heating. These appliances may burn naturally occuring or manufactured solid mineral fuels, peat briquettes, natural or manufactured wood logs and biomass based products which are in the form of an identifiable consistent products or be multi-fuel in accordance with the appliance maufacturer's instructions. This standard is not applicable to hopper fed or mechanically fired appliances or those appliances having fan assisted combustion air.

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This Standard is applicable to hand fired appliances whose primary function is to provide heat into the space in which they are installed and which are listed under categories 1b, 1c, 2b, 2c, 3a, 3b and 3c of table 1 of prEN 13229. Additionally, where fitted with a boiler, they also provide domestic hot water and/or central heating. These appliances may burn naturally occurring or manufactured solid mineral fuels, peat briquettes, natural or manufactured wood logs and biomass based products which are in the form of an identifiable consistent product or be multi-fuel in accordance with the appliance manufacturer's instructions. The surround of the appliance is integrated with the building with the exception of free-standing appliances and inset appliances which are installed into a fireplace recess or enclosure. This standard is not applicable to appliances having fan assisted combustion air. Open fireplace components such as a bottomgrate with associated firefront which the manufacturer supplied for installation inti an existing heat resistant, insulated firebox are not covered by this standard.

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This Standard is applicable to non-mechanically fired appliances whose primary function is to provide heat into the space in which they are installed and which are listed under categories 1a and 2a of table 1 of prEN 13240. Additionally, where fitted with a boiler, they also provide domestic hot water and/or central heating. These appliances may burn naturally occurring or manufactured solid mineral fuels, peat briquettes, natural or manufactured wood logs and biomass based products which are in the form of an identifiable consistent product or be multi-fuel in accordance with the appliance manufacturer's instructions. This standard is not applicable to appliances having fan assisted combustion air.

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The amendment to be drafted to cover Kachelofen and Putzofen appliances.

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This European Standard specifies requirements relating to the design, manufacture, construction, safety and performance (efficiency and emission), instructions and marking together with associated test methods for type testing, residential open fires and inset appliances fired by solid fuel.
This standard is applicable to hand fired appliances which are listed under categories 1b, 1c, 2b, 2c, 3a, 3b and 3c of Table 1. The surround of the appliances is integrated with the building with the exception of free-standing appliances and inset appliances which are installed into a fireplace recess or enclosure.
This standard is not applicable to appliances with fan assisted combustion air.
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.  They 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.
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 standard.

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This European Standard specifies requirements relating to the design, manufacture, construction, performance (efficiency and emission), safety, instructions and marking together with associated test methods and test fuels for type testing residential independent boilers fired by solid fuel.
This standard is applicable to hand and automatically fired appliances having nominal heat outputs up to 50 kW, the primary function of which is to provide hot water for central heating and/or domestic use, and which are designed for use only with open vented systems at a working pressure not exceeding 2 bar. In addition to their primary function of providing hot water these appliances also provide space heating to the place of installation. These appliances may burn either solid mineral fuels, peat briquettes or natural or manufactured wood logs or be multi-fuel in accordance with the appliance manufacturer's instructions.
This standard is not applicable to independent boilers for hot water only production and having heat outputs of less than 5 kW.
This standard is also not applicable to the design and construction of automatic stoking devices.

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This European Standard specifies requirements relating to the design, manufacture, construction, safety and performance (efficiency and emission) instructions and marking together with associated test methods and test fuels for type testing residential roomheaters fired by solid fuel.
This Standard is applicable to non-mechanically fired appliances which are listed under categories 1a and 2a of Table 1. 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. 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 standard is not applicable to appliances with fan assisted combustion air.

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This European Standard specifies requirements relating to the design, manufacture, construction, safety and performance (efficiency and emission), instructions and marking together with associated test methods and test fuels for type testing residential cooking appliances fired by solid fuel.
This Standard is applicable to hand fired appliances whose primary function is to cook and whose secondary function is to provide heat into the space in which 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 standard is not applicable to hopper fed or mechanically fired appliances or those appliances having fan assisted combustion air.

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This European Standard covers multi-firing sauna stoves in which the heating stones are separated from and indirectly heated by the fire and the flue gases and which may be re-fuelled with several fuel loads.
This European Standard specifies requirements relating to the design, manufacture, construction, safety and performance (efficiency and emission) of multi-firing sauna stoves fired by wood logs and provides instructions for them. Furthermore, it also gives provisions for evaluation of conformity (i.e. initial type testing (ITT) and factory production control (FPC) and marking of these products.
This standard is applicable to hand-fuelled intermittent burning multi-firing sauna stoves, which provide heat into the space where they are installed.
These multi-firing sauna stoves may be supplied either as an assembled appliance or as a manufacturer’s pre-designed unit consisting of pre-fabricated components designed to be built on site in accordance with the manufacturer’s specified assembly instructions. One-off installations are not included.
These multi-firing sauna stoves may burn only natural wood logs in accordance with the appliance operating instructions.
Single-firing heat storage sauna stoves, in which the stones are directly heated by the fire and the flue gases, which pass through them, are not covered by this European Standard. This standard is also not applicable to mechanically fed sauna stoves, sauna stoves having fan assisted combustion air, sauna stoves fitted with a boiler, sauna stoves with incorporated flue or sauna stoves having any electrical connection.

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This European Technical Specification is applicable to residential heating and cooking appliances
burning solid fuels and details methods for the measurements of NOx, and OGC/total hydrocarbons
emissions and particulate and dust produced by these appliances and is to be used in conjunction
with the test methods given in the European Standards covering these appliances.
This European Technical Specification covers the NOx, and OGC/total hydrocarbons emission test
methods, however it does not cover input data and detailed calculation procedures.
For the particulate and dust emissions test methods, the national documents of those countries that
have a test method are reference methods which are summarised in Informative Annex A, whilst
those countries that do not have a specific test method, could choose one of these methods listed in
the annex.

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This standard specifies calculations for the dimensioning of Kachelgrundöfen/Putzgrundöfen (tiled/mortared stoves) based upon the required nominal heat output of the stove as declared by the producer. The Kachelgrundöfen/Putzgrundöfen (tiled/mortared stoves) are of individual one-off construction design. The standard can be used for log wood fired Kachelöfen (tile stoves) that burn one fuel load per storage period with a maximum load between 10 kg and 40 kg and a storage period (nominal heating time) between 8 h and 24 h.
This standard is valid for Kachelgrundöfen/Putzgrundöfen (tiled/mortared stoves) equipped with fireclay as interior material, with an apparent density between 1,750 kg/m³ and 2,200 kg/m³, a degree of porosity from 18 % up to 33 % by volume and a heat conductivity from 0,65 W/mK up to 0,90 W/mK (temperature range 20 °C to 400 °C).
This standard is valid for Kachelgrundöfen/Putzgrundöfen (tiled/mortared stoves) with sidewise combustion air supply of the combustion chamber and an inflow speed from 2 m/s to 4 m/s, whereas the height of the lowest opening is at least 5 cm above the bottom of the combustion chamber.
This standard is not valid for combinations with water heat exchangers for central heating or other heat absorbing elements like glass plates greater than 1/6 of the combustion chamber surface, open water tanks, etc. It is also not valid for combinations with heating/fireplace elements according to EN 13229. Furthermore this standard is not valid for mass-produced prefabricated or partly prefabricated slow heat release appliances according to EN 15250.
NOTE   Although for the purposes of this standard these calculations are applicable only to the requirements of this standard, the same calculations can be used for other purposes, e.g. to verify emission levels and energy efficiency in case of burning log wood or wood briquettes according to the producer’s manual.

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This European Standard specifies requirements relating to the design, manufacture, construction, safety and performance (efficiency and emission) instructions and marking together with associated test methods and test fuels for type testing residential slow heat release appliances fired by solid fuel.
This European Standard is applicable to hand fuelled intermittent burning slow heat release appliances having thermal storage capacity such that they can provide heat for a declared period of time after the fire has gone out. This European Standard also specifies a minimum time period from the appliance achieving the maximum differential surface temperature and falling to 50 % of that maximum value. These appliances provide heat into the space where they are installed.
These slow heat release appliances may be supplied either as an assembled appliance or as a manufacturer’s pre-designed unit consisting of pre-fabricated components designed to be built on site in accordance with the manufacturer’s specified assembly instructions. One off installations are not included.
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. Wood pellets which are hand fuelled may also be burned either on the existing appliance bottomgrate or in a special basket arrangement which is placed by the user into the existing firebox.
This European Standard is not applicable to mechanically fed appliances, appliances having fan assisted combustion air or appliances with boiler.

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This European Standard specifies requirements relating to the design, manufacture, construction, safety and performance (efficiency and emissions), instructions and marking together with associated test methods and test fuels for type-testing residential space heaters fired by wood pellets, and mechanically fed up to 50 kW nominal heat output.
These appliances may be freestanding or inset appliances and provide heat into the space where they are installed and may be operated with either natural draught or fan-assisted combustion air. Additionally, where fitted with a boiler, they also provide domestic hot water and/or central heating. These appliances burn wood pellets only, in accordance with the appliance manufacturer's instructions. They operate with firedoors closed only.
Non mechanically fed appliances burning solid mineral fuels, peat briquettes and natural or manufactured wood logs are not included in this European Standard, but are covered by EN 13229 and EN 13240.
NOTE   These appliances may have an integral fuel hopper or be combined with an external fuel hopper.

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This document is applicable to inset appliances including open fires for solid fuel (hand fed solid fuel fired inset appliances, with or without functional modification, that operate without fire doors or operate with fire doors either as closed only or as closed or open, and also includes open fires fired by solid fuel).
The intended use of the appliances is space heating in residential buildings. They can be fitted with a boiler (integral part of the appliance containing water to be heated up) for the supply of hot water for central heating systems.
The surround of these appliances is 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 can burn one or more types of the following solid fuels as specified:
-   wood logs;
-   compressed untreated wood;
-   wood pellets;
-   lignite briquettes;
-   solid mineral fuels;
-   peat briquettes.
This document is also applicable to Kachelofen/Putzofen inset appliances, having nominal heat outputs up to 15 kW.
This document is not applicable to appliances with fan assisted combustion air or appliances that are mechanically fed.
Open fireplace components such as a bottomgrate with associated fire front which are intended for installation into an existing heat resistant, insulated firebox are not covered by this document.
This document specifies procedures for assessment and verification of constancy of performance (AVCP) of characteristics of solid fuel burning inset appliances including open fires.

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This European Standard is applicable to residential freestanding hand fuelled intermittent burning slow heat release appliances having thermal storage capacity such that they can provide heat for an extended period of time after the fire has gone out. These slow heat release appliances may be supplied either as an assembled appliance or as a manufacturer’s pre-designed unit consisting of pre-fabricated components designed to be built on site in accordance with the manufacturer’s specified assembly instructions. One off installations are not included as they are not covered by the scope of this standard.
This European standard is also applicable to appliances which are designed for operating under room sealed conditions and which are intended to be installed into a chimney not serving any other appliances.
NOTE: Appliances which receive their combustion air from outside by means of a pipe system which is not air tight are not considered room sealed in accordance with this standard.
This European Standard specifies requirements relating to the design, manufacture, construction, safety and performance (efficiency and emissions) together with associated test methods and test fuels for residential slow heat release appliances fired by solid fuel (hereafter referred to as “appliances”), and provides instructions for them.  Furthermore, it also gives provisions for evaluation of conformity i.e. initial type testing (ITT) and factory production control (FPC) and marking of these appliances.
These appliances provide heat by radiation and/or convection into the space where they are installed.  Additionally if fitted with a boiler or other heat exchanger these appliances may 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. Wood pellets which are specifically intended to be hand fuelled only may also be burned either on the existing appliance bottom grate or in a special basket arrangement which is placed by the user into the existing firebox.
This European Standard is not applicable to mechanically fed appliances. This European standard is also not applicable to appliances which are designed to be operated with ventilating systems which have pressure below (– 15 Pa) in relation to the outside atmosphere as measured in the room where the appliance is installed.
This European Standard covers also the NOx, OGC/total hydrocarbons and particulate matter emission test methods; however it does not contain any limit values for these emissions.

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This document is applicable to residential solid fuel burning appliances of which the nominal space heat output is more than 6 % of the combined nominal space heat output and nominal water heat output (total heat output).
This document specifies requirements relating to the design, manufacture, construction, safety and performance (efficiency and emission) of appliances fired by solid fuel (hereafter referred to as "appliance(s)") and provides instructions for them. Furthermore, it also gives provisions for the evaluation of conformity, i.e. initial type testing (ITT) and factory production control (FPC) and marking of these appliances.
This document specifies CO, NOx, OGC and particulate matter (PM) emission test methods.
This document is as well applicable to appliances intended to carry the load of a chimney.
Appliances receiving combustion air through ductwork from outside the external envelope, which is not air tight, are not considered roomsealed.
This document is not applicable to appliances with boiler parts in contact with fire or flue gases other than when the boiler parts are manufactured from steel or cast iron.
This document is not applicable to appliances with a boiler intended for water systems having:
-   water temperatures above 110 °C and/or an operating pressure of more than 300 kPa (3 bar);
-   direct contact with sanitary hot water.
This document is not applicable to appliances to be operated with ventilating systems which are intended to operate with pressure below -15 Pa in the room of installation of the appliance in relation to the outside atmosphere.

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This European Standard specifies requirements relating to the design, manufacture, construction, safety and performance (efficiency and emission) instructions and marking together with associated test methods and test fuels for type testing residential roomheaters fired by solid fuel.
This Standard is applicable to non-mechanically fired appliances which are listed under categories 1a and 2a of Table 1. 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. 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 standard is not applicable to appliances with fan assisted combustion air.

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This Part 2-4 of EN 16510 is applicable to hand and automatically fired residential independent boilers having nominal heat outputs up to 50 kW, the primary function of which is to provide hot water for central heating and/or domestic use, and which are designed for use only with open vented systems at a working pressure not exceeding 2 bar. In addition to their primary function of providing hot water these appliances also provide space heating to the place of installation.
The appliances covered by this Part 2-4 of EN 16510 may burn one or more types of the following solid fuels in accordance with the appliance manufacturer’s instructions: .
-   wood logs
-   compressed untreated wood
-   wood pellets
-   solid minearal fuels
-   peat briquettes.
This Part 2-4 of EN 16510 is not applicable to independent boilers for hot water only production and having heat outputs of less than 5 kW.
This Part 2-4 of EN 16510 is also not applicable to the design and construction of automatic stoking devices.
This Part 2-4 of EN 16510 is to be used in conjunction with EN 16510-1 of which it is an integral part.

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The application of the calculations of this document enables a verification of the emission values carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide, organically bound carbon as well as dust and the energy efficiency.
Complying with the calculations of this document results in emission values less or equal for carbon monoxide 1 500 mg/mn3 (1 000 mg/MJ), nitrogen dioxide 225 mg/mn3 (150 mg/MJ), organically bound carbon 120 mg/mn3 (80 mg/MJ) and dust 90 mg/mn3 (60 mg/MJ). If the calculations of this document are used in combination with suitable combustion chambers that prove lower emission values in a type test, these values are also considered to be complied with.
The user shall be aware that there might be national or local regulations, which impose stricter legal emissions and/or efficiency requirements.
This document specifies calculations for the dimensioning of Kachelgrundöfen/Putzgrundöfen (tiled/mortared stoves) based upon the required nominal heat output of the stove as declared by the producer. The Kachelgrundöfen/Putzgrundöfen (tiled/mortared stoves) are of individual one-off construction design. The document can be used for log wood fired Kachelgrundöfen/Putzgrundöfen (tiled/plastered stoves) that burn one fuel load per storage period with a maximum load between 10 kg and 40 kg (log wood with water content from 12 % to 20 %, thickness of 5 cm to 10 cm in diameter, length varies usually from 25 cm to 50 cm, and is oriented toward the combustion chamber dimensions) and a storage period (nominal heating time) between 8 h and 24 h.
This document is applicable for Kachelgrundöfen/Putzgrundöfen (tiled/mortared stoves) equipped with fireclay as interior material, with an apparent density between 1,750 kg/m3 and 2,300 kg/m3, a degree of porosity from 17 % up to 33 % by volume and a heat conductivity from 0,90 W/mK up to 1,35 W/mK (temperature range 20 °C to 400 °C).
This document is applicable for Kachelgrundöfen/Putzgrundöfen (tiled/mortared stoves) with combustion air supply from the side via a firebox door frame or the standing grate of the heating door into the combustion chamber. The document is applicable for an inflow speed of the combustion air between 2 m/s and 4 m/s.
This document also applies to the combination with combustion chambers that are suitable for one-off Kachelgrundöfen/Putzgrundöfen (tiled/mortared stoves) and for which compliance with the legally required emission values has been verified as part of a type test by an accredited and/or notified body.
The following general conditions apply to such combustion chambers:
-   with an air-fuel ratio of between 1,95 and 3,95 according to the type test;
-   with a maximum load from 5 kg to 40 kg;
-   using other suitable materials as well as fireclay.
With regard to the type test, this document is applicable for combustion chambers which are tested:
-   according to EN 15250 (or prEN 16510-2-5);
-   according to EN 13229 (or prEN 16510-2-2); or
-   according to respective national standards (e.g. ÖNORM B 8303).
This document is applicable for type tested combustion chambers designed for batch fired pellet burning if meeting the requirements according to this document (air-fuel ratio between 1,95 and 3,95, the load of the pellets shall be burned in (78 ± 20) min).
This document is not applicable for:
-   combinations with water heat exchangers for central heating or other heat absorbing elements like open water tanks etc.;
-   combustion chambers with glass plates greater than 1/5 of the combustion chamber surface;
-   mass-produced prefabricated stoves (slow heat release appliances) or partly prefabricated stoves (slow heat release appliances) according to EN 15250 (or prEN 16510-2-5).

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This document is applicable to cookers for solid fuel (hand fired residential cookers).
The intended use of the appliances is cooking and space heating in residential buildings. They can be fitted with a boiler (integral part of the appliance containing water to be heated up) for the supply of hot water for central heating systems.
These appliances can burn one or more types of the following solid fuels as specified:
-   wood logs;
-   compressed untreated wood;
-   wood pellets;
-   lignite briquettes;
-   solid mineral fuels;
-   peat briquettes.
This document is not applicable to appliances with fan assisted combustion air or appliances that are mechanically fed.
This document specifies procedures for assessment and verification of constancy of performance (AVCP) of characteristics of solid fuel burning cookers.

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This document is applicable to roomheaters for solid fuel (freestanding or inset solid fuel burning local space heating products that operate with fire doors either as closed only or as closed or open; insets without functional modification).
The intended use of the appliances is space heating in residential buildings. They can be fitted with a boiler (integral part of the appliance containing water to be heated up) for the supply of hot water for central heating systems.
These appliances can burn one or more types of the following solid fuels as specified:
-   wood logs;
-   compressed untreated wood;
-   wood pellets;
-   lignite briquettes;
-   solid mineral fuels;
-   peat briquettes.
This document is not applicable to appliances with fan assisted combustion air or appliances that are mechanically fed.
This document specifies procedures for assessment and verification of constancy of performance (AVCP) of characteristics of solid fuel burning roomheaters.

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This Part 2-1 of EN 16510 is applicable to freestanding or inset roomheaters fired by solid fuel, without functional modification that operate with fire doors either as closed only or as closed or open.
The appliances covered by this Part 2-1 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 one or more types of the following solid fuels in accordance with the appliance manufacturer’s instructions:
-   wood logs;
-   compressed untreated wood;
-   wood pellets;
-   solid minearal fuels;
-   peat briquettes.
This Part 2-1 of EN 16510 is not applicable to appliances with fan assisted combustion air or appliances that are mechanically fed.
This Part 2-1 of EN 16510 is to be used in conjunction with EN 16510 1 of which it is an integral part.

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This document is applicable to independent boiler appliances for solid fuel with a nominal output up to 50 kW (hand and automatically fired independent boilers (hereafter called appliances)).
The indented use of the appliances is space heating in residential buildings. This happens directly or via provision of hot water for central heating. They are designed for use only with open vented systems at a working pressure not exceeding 2 bar.
The appliances can burn one or more types of the following solid fuels as specified:
-   wood logs;
-   compressed untreated wood;
-   wood pellets;
-   lignite briquettes;
-   solid mineral fuels;
-   peat briquettes.
The appliances are operated closed and/or open.
The appliances are typed according to their tightness depending on their designation in accordance with a possible operation together with a room ventilation system.
This document is not applicable for:
-   appliances for hot water only production and heat output < 5 kW;
-   automatic stoking devices.
This document specifies procedures for assessment and verification of constancy of performance (AVCP) of characteristics of solid fuel burning independent boiler appliances.

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This European Standard specifies requirements relating to the design, manufacture, construction, safety and performance (efficiency and emission), instructions and marking together with associated test methods and test fuels for type testing residential coking apliances fired by solid fuel.
This standard is applicable to hand fired appliances whose primary function is to cook and whose secondary function is to provide heat into the space in which 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 or natural or manufactured wood logs or be multi-fuel in accordance with the appliance manufacturer’s instructions.
This standard is not applicable to hopper fed or mechanically fired appliances or those appliances having fan assisted combustion air.

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This European Standard specifies requirements relating to the design, manufacture, construction, performance (efficiency and emission), safety, instructions and marking together with associated test methods and test fuels for type testing residential independent boilers fired by solid fuel.
This standard is applicable to hand and automatically fired appliances having nominal heat outputs up to 50 kW, the primary function of which is to provide hot water for central heating and/or domestic use, and which are designed for use only with open vented systems at a working pressure not exceeding 2 bar. In addition to their primary function of providing hot water these appliances also provide space heating to the place of installation. These appliances may burn either solid mineral fuels, peat briquettes or natural or manufactured wood logs or be multi-fuel in accordance with the appliance manufacturer’s instructions.
This standard is not applicable to independent boilers for hot water only production and having heat outputs of less than 5 kW.
This standard is also not applicable to the design and construction of automatic stoking devices.

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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.
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 prEN 16510-1
This Part 2-2 of EN 16510 is not applicable to appliances with fan assisted combustion air or appliances that are mechanically fed.
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.
This Part 2-2 of EN 16510 is to be used in conjunction with EN 16510-1 of which it is an integral part.

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This European Standard specifies requirements relating to the design, manufacture, construction, safety and performance (efficiency and emission), instructions and marking together with associated test methods for type testing, residential open fires and inset appliances fired by solid fuel.
This standard is applicable to hand fired appliances which are listed under categories 1b, 1c, 2b, 2c, 3a, 3b and 3c of Table 1. The surround of the appliances is integrated with the building with the exception of free-standing appliances and inset appliances which are installed into a fireplace recess or enclosure.
This standard is not applicable to appliances with fan assisted combustion air.
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.  They 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.
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 standard.

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This Part 2-3 of EN 16510 is applicable to hand fired residential cookers whose primary function is to cook and whose secondary function is to provide heat into the space in which they are installed. Additionally, where fitted with a boiler, they also provide domestic hot water and/or central heating. These appliances may burn one or more types of the following solid fuels in accordance with the appliance manufacturer’s instructions:
-   wood logs
-   compressed untreated wood
-   wood pellets
-   solid mineral fuels
-   peat briquettes.
This Part 2-3 of EN 16510 is not applicable to appliances with fan assisted combustion air or appliances that are mechanically fired.
This Part 2-3 of EN 16510 is to be used in conjunction with EN 16510-1 of which it is an integral part.

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This document is applicable to mechanical by wood pellets fed roomheaters, inset appliances and cookers up to 50 kW nominal heat output.
The intended use of the appliances is space heating in residential buildings and can be cooking. They can be fitted with a boiler (integral part of the appliance containing water to be heated up) for the supply of hot water for central heating systems.
These appliances typically use auxiliary energy which is measured in this document as well. They can be operated with either natural draught or fan-assisted combustion air.
These appliances burn wood pellets only as specified. They only operate with the firedoors closed.
NOTE   A fan-assisted appliance does still operate under negative pressure in the flue gas system.
This document is not applicable to appliances:
-   with boiler intended for water systems having water temperatures above 110°C and 3 bar;
-   with boiler intended for water systems having direct contact with sanitary hot water;
-   intended to be used with a pure horizontal exhaust (through the building wall);
-   with flue gas condensation in the appliance;
-   switching on/off for part load operation.
This document specifies procedures for assessment and verification of constancy of performance (AVCP) of characteristics of mechanical by wood pellets fed roomheaters, inset appliances and cookers.

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