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  • Abstract:
    This European Standard specifies the requirements and test methods for the construction, safety, rational use of energy, classification and marking of non-domestic gas-fired overhead luminous radiant heaters for environmental comfort, referred to in the body of the text as "appliances". This European Standard is applicable to Type A1 and Type A3 appliances only (see 4.2.2) intended for use in other than residential dwellings:a) low gas pressure appliances operating at pressures up to and including 50 mbar;b) medium gas pressure appliances operating at pressures above 50 mbar and up to 2 bar. This European Standard is not applicable to:- appliances designed for use in domestic dwellings;- outdoor appliances;- appliances of heat input in excess of 120 kW (based on the net calorific value of the appropriate reference gas); This standard is applicable to appliances which are intended to be type tested. Requirements for appliances which are not intended to be type tested would need to be subject to further consideration.
  • Document number:
    DIN EN 419
  • Issuing date:
  • Document type:
  • Title:
    Gas-fired overhead luminous radiant heaters for non-domestic use - Safety and energy efficiency; German version EN 419:2019
  • Replaces:
    DIN EN 419(2017-12); DIN EN 419-1(2009-07); DIN EN 419-2(2006-12)
  • Author:
    Gas Technology Standards Committee
  • Search term:
    Bright radiators; Burners; Categories; CE marking; Classification; Commercial; Connection links; Construction requirements; Controllers; Definitions; Diameter; Dimensions; Efficiency; Energy economics; Energy performance; Exhaust pipes; Gas infra-red radiator; Gas lamps; Gas technology; Gas-fired; Gas-powered devices; Heaters; Industrial; Industries; Infrared lamps; Instructions for use; Intensity of radiation; Marking; Measurement; Operational safety; Radiant energies; Radiant heaters; Radiation; Radiators; Safety; Safety engineering; Safety requirements; Specification (approval); Test gases; Testing; Thermal environment systems; Trade; Use; Utilization of energy
  • Application areas:
    01.25 Heizgeräte; 15.05 Gasverbrauchseinrichtungen (entspr. EG-Richtlinie)
  • Hazards:
    AB Terminologische Festlegungen in Normen mit Arbeitsschutzbezug; CG Gefährdungsart: giftig; FA Brand- und Explosionsgefährdungen im Allgemeinen; HD Handhabungsfaktoren (Gestaltung und Anordnung von Bedienelementen, Bewegungsraum, Gestaltung und Handhabbarkeit von Arbeitsmitteln, Sichtfeld, Standsicherheit); KE Belastungen durch Funktionsstörungen an Arbeitsmitteln (Ausfall, Bruch, fehlerhafte Montage, Softwarefehler, Störung der Energieversorgung)
  • ICS:
    97.100.20 Gas heaters
  • Price:
    251,30 EUR
  • Cross references:
    EN 88-1+A1 (2016-02){historisch}<S>; EN 88-2 (2007-11){historisch}<S>; EN 125+A1 (2015-11){historisch}<S>; EN 126 (2012-03)<S>; EN 161+A3 (2013-01){historisch}<S>; EN 298 (2012-05){historisch}<S>; EN 437 (2018-11){historisch}<S>; EN 1057+A1 (2010-02)<S>; EN 1106 (2010-05){historisch}<S>; EN 10226-1 (2004-07)<S>; EN 10226-2 (2005-08)<S>; EN 12067-2 (2004-03){historisch}<S>; EN 13410 (2001-08)<S>; EN 13611 (2019-03)<S>; EN 14459 (2015-11){historisch}<S>; EN 14800 (2007-03)<S>; EN 60335-1 (2012-01)<S>; EN 60335-2-102 (2016-01)<S>; EN 60529 (1991-10)<S>; EN ISO 228-1 (2003-02)<S>; EN ISO 3166-1 (2014-07){historisch}<S>; ISO/IEC 17025 (2005-05){historisch}<S>; CR 1404 (1994-03); EN 15316-4-8 (2017-04); EN 60584-1 (2013-12); EN 60730-1 (2016-07); EN 60730-2-5 (2015-02); EN IEC 60730-2-9 (2019-02); EN ISO 6976 (2016-08); EUV 2015/1188 (2015-04-28); EN 257 (2022-10); EN 1749 (2020-01); EN IEC 60730-2-14 (2019-02); EN IEC 60751 (2022-03); EN ISO 1182 (2020-06); ISO 274 (1975-11)
  • Cited in:
    DVGW G 638-1 (2021-03)<GLEITEND>
  • Identical with:
    EN 419(2019-10)<IDT>
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