17/30360232 DC - BS EN 30-1-1. Domestic cooking appliances burning gas. Part 1-1. Safety. General

17/30360232 DC

BS EN 30-1-1. Domestic cooking appliances burning gas. Part 1-1. Safety. General

Status : Current, Draft for public comment   Published : October 2017

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Standard Number17/30360232 DC
TitleBS EN 30-1-1. Domestic cooking appliances burning gas. Part 1-1. Safety. General
StatusCurrent, Draft for public comment
Publication Date18 October 2017
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 60730-2-7:2010, EN 60730-1:2016, EN 125:2010+A1:2015, EN 60335-2-6:2015, EN 751-2:1996, EN 751-1:1996, EN 10226-1:2004, EN 125:2010, EN 88-1:2011+A1:2016, EN 60068-2-75:2014, EN 60335-2-102:2016, EN ISO 228-1:2003, BS EN 549:2019, EN 549:2019, EN 1106:2010, EN 60584-1:2013, EN 437:2003+A1:2009, EN 1116:2004, EN 60335-1:1988, EN 10226-2:2005, EN 257:2010, EN 88-1:2011, EN 15181:2017, EN 437:2003, EN 126:2012
Informative References(Provided for Information)EN 498:2012, EN ISO 6976:2016
International RelationshipsFprEN 30-1-1
Draft Expiry Date05 December 2017
DescriptorsCookers, Type testing, Performance, Hotplates (cookers), Grills (cooking), 1st family gases, 2nd family gases, Electrical safety, Gas-powered devices, Marking, Instructions for use, 3rd family gases, Cooking appliances, Ovens (cooking appliances), Classification systems, Safety measures, Domestic
ICS97.040.20
Title in FrenchAppareils de cuisson domestiques utilisant les combustibles gazeux Sécurité. Généralités
Title in GermanHaushalt-Kochgeräte für gasförmige Brennstoffe Sicherheit. Allgemeines
CommitteeGSE/35
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages137
File Size3.803 MB
NotesWarning: this draft is not current beyond its expiry date for comments.
Price£36.00


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