BS EN 16901:2016 - Ice-cream freezers. Classification, requirements and test conditions

BS EN 16901:2016

Ice-cream freezers. Classification, requirements and test conditions

Status : Current, Work in hand   Published : December 2016



The scope of this European Standard is to define the classification for horizontal closed ice-cream freezers and to specify their requirements and test methods. These appliances are different to supermarket segment freezers, as they work with static air cooling, with a skin evaporator (no evaporator fan) and are used specifically for the storage and display of pre-packed ice-cream. This standard is only applicable to integral type refrigeration systems. This standard is not applicable to remote and secondary system type cabinets. Ice-cream freezers within this standard should have a net volume ? 600 l and only for transparent lid ice cream freezers they should have a Net Volume/TDA ? 0,35 m.

Standard NumberBS EN 16901:2016
TitleIce-cream freezers. Classification, requirements and test conditions
StatusCurrent, Work in hand
Publication Date31 December 2016
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)IEC 60335-2-89, ISO 5149-2, IEC 60335-1, EN 60335-1, EN 60335-2-89, ISO 817
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO 23953-1, EN 378-1, EN ISO 23953-2, IEC 62552, EN ISO 23953-1, EN 614-1, ISO 23953-2, EN 62552, BS EN 12830:2018, EN 12830:2018
International RelationshipsEN 16901:2016
Draft Superseded By15/30325845 DC
DescriptorsIce cream, Refrigerators, Coolers, Freezers, Frozen foods, Refrigeration, Ice cream makers, Household equipment, Dairy products
Title in FrenchCongélateurs pour crèmes glacées. Classification, exigences et conditions d'essai
Title in GermanSpeiseeis-Gefriermaschinen. Klassifikation, Anforderungen und Prüfbedingungen
ISBN978 0 580 90652 7
File Size947 KB

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