BS EN 416-2:2006 - Single burner gas-fired overhead radiant tube heaters for non-domestic use. Rational use of energy

BS EN 416-2:2006

Single burner gas-fired overhead radiant tube heaters for non-domestic use. Rational use of energy

Status : Superseded, Withdrawn   Published : June 2006 Replaced By : BS EN 17175:2019, BS EN 416:2019

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Standard NumberBS EN 416-2:2006
TitleSingle burner gas-fired overhead radiant tube heaters for non-domestic use. Rational use of energy
StatusSuperseded, Withdrawn
Publication Date30 June 2006
Withdrawn Date12 November 2019
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 416-1:1999
Informative References(Provided for Information)90/396/EEC
Replaced ByBS EN 17175:2019, BS EN 416:2019
ReplacesDD ENV 1259-1:1994, DD ENV 1259-2:1997, DD ENV 1259-3:1997
International RelationshipsEN 416-2:2006
Draft Superseded By01/712349 DC
DescriptorsTest equipment, Single, Burners, Thermal measurement, Thermal output, Radiant heaters, Saturated vapour pressure, Mathematical calculations, Thermal efficiency, Heating equipment, Overhead, Position, Energy conservation, Temperature, Tubular shape, Radiation, Gas-powered devices
ICS97.100.20
Title in FrenchTubes radiants suspendus a monobruleur a usage non domestique utilisant les combustibles gazeux. Utilisation rationnelle de l'energie
Title in GermanGasgeraete-Heizstrahler. Dunkelstrahler mit einem Brenner mit Geblaese fuer gewerbliche und industrielle Anwendung. Rationelle Energienutzung
CommitteeGSE/20
ISBN0 580 48759 8
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages48
File Size712 KB
Price£240.00


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