BS 3250-2:1961 - Method for the thermal testing of domestic solid fuel burning appliances with convection. Hood method

BS 3250-2:1961

Method for the thermal testing of domestic solid fuel burning appliances with convection. Hood method

Status : Revised, Withdrawn   Published : April 1961 Replaced By : BS 3250-2:1994

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Describes a method of performance testing in which the convection warm air from the appliance is collected by means of a hood and measured directly.




Standard NumberBS 3250-2:1961
TitleMethod for the thermal testing of domestic solid fuel burning appliances with convection. Hood method
StatusRevised, Withdrawn
Publication Date14 April 1961
Confirm Date15 February 1988
Withdrawn Date15 March 1994
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
Replaced ByBS 3250-2:1994
Amended ByPD 4205
Draft Superseded ByA(SFE)492 DC
DescriptorsThermal testing, Solid-fuelled devices, Domestic, Heaters, Convection heaters, Thermal efficiency, Thermal output, Heat measurement, Test equipment, Installation, Solid fuels, Coke, Convection, Radiative heat transfer, Radiometers, Radiometry, Temperature measurement, Hearths
ICS97.100.30
Title in FrenchMethode d'essai des appareils de chauffage domestique a convection a combustible solide. Methode de la hotte
Title in GermanVerfahren zur Waermepruefung feststoffverbrennender Haushaltsgeraete. Haubenverfahren
CommitteeRHE/28
PublisherBSI
FormatA5
DeliveryNo
Pages32
File Size1.091 MB
Price£182.00


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