2 edition of Code of practice for installation of domestic gas cooking appliances (2nd family gases). found in the catalog.
Previously published as CP334: Part 1, 1965.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 112 p. :|
|Number of Pages||97|
|2||BS 6172: 1982|
nodata File Size: 7MB.
IFGC Appendix D — Recommended Procedure for Safety Inspection of an Existing Appliance Installation.
Standard Number BS 6172:1982 Title Code of practice for installation of domestic gas cooking appliances 2nd family gases Status Revised, Superseded, Withdrawn Publication Date 30 June 1982 Withdrawn Date 31 October 1990 Normative References Required to achieve compliance to this standard No other standards are normatively referenced Informative References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 By Descriptors Kitchens, Hotplates cookersInstallation, Space planning and design, Grills cookingCookers, Domestic, Cooking appliances, Fire safety, Ventilation, Gas-powered devices, Selection, Joints ICS 97.
Over the years, many additions have been made to incorporate important safety requirements. This chapter covers some general equipment and accessory requirements, accessibility and clearance requirements, air for combustion and ventilation, appliances on roofs, appliances in attics, appliance and equipment connections to building piping, electrical requirements and room temperature thermostat requirements.
The flammability range of natural gas is from 3. For a given project, the design professional should first determine if one of the above fuel gases is available to the site from a local utility or gas service provider — several projects I have been involved with used methane gas captured from wells drilled in landfills to run electric generators. When an installation fails, the plastic pipe will melt or collapse and cause a leak of combustion products that have been known to lead to carbon monoxide incidents.
Each main section applies to a unique type of gas-fired appliance and specifies the product standards to which the appliance must be listed. It also covers compressed natural gas CNG for vehicle fuel systems, appliances for installation in manufactured housing, fuel-cell power plants and outdoor flame decorative appliances.
It also covers fuel gas sizing equations. In the United States, there are primarily two model fuel gas codes. NFPA 54, Annex A — Explanatory Material.
The specific gravity of butane is 1. I experienced this in a forensic investigation where a furnace not maintained properly would not fire properly. Chapter 8 provides the full title and edition year of the standards and codes, in addition to the address of the promulgators and the section numbers in which the standards and codes are referenced.
This chapter covers qualified agencies, interruption of service, prevention of accidental ignition and noncombustible material.
Weekly digest emails will be sent to update you on the following activities:• As stated in Section 102.
NFPA 54, Chapter 12 — Venting of Appliances.