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AS 4551-2008

[Available Superseded]

Domestic gas cooking appliances

Specifies uniform minimum requirements for the safe design, performance and rational use of energy of domestic gas cooking appliances, including stovettes, hotplates and separate ovens, intended for use with natural gas, town gas, liquefied petroleum gas and tempered liquefied petroleum gas.
Published: 30/06/2008
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About this publication
1 Scope and general
1.1 Scope
1.2 Referenced documents
1.3 Definitions
2 Design and construction
2.1 General
2.1.1 Preliminary specification
2.1.2 Physical inspection
2.1.3 Certification of safety components
2.1.4 Programmable electronic systems
2.1.5 Manual shut off gas valves
2.1.6 Minimum classification of safety shut off valves
2.1.7 Compliance of electrical components
2.1.8 Power failure
2.1.9 Oven thermostats
2.1.10 Prevention of inadvertent placement of oven utensils in a flame
2.1.11 Provision of oven shelves
2.1.12 Prevention of accidental removal of oven shelves
2.1.13 Stability of oven shelves
2.1.14 Oven door stability
2.1.15 Provision of explosion relief for ovens with door locks
2.1.16 Glass top hotplates and fold-down lids
2.1.17 Provision of vessel support independent of glass hobs
2.1.18 Heat input of hotplate burners
2.1.19 Support of vessels by trivets
2.1.20 Positive location of trivets
2.1.21 Location of utensil supports
2.1.22 Provision for retention of or access to spills
2.1.23 Use of continuous cleaning surface finishes in ovens
2.1.24 Provision of grill trays and grids
2.1.25 Prevention of accidental removal of grill trays
2.1.26 Dimensions of grill trays and grids
2.1.27 Sharp edges
2.1.28 Handles and knobs
2.1.29 Griller controls
2.1.30 Continuity of satisfactory operation
2.1.31 Insulation
2.1.32 Protection of vitreous enamel
2.1.33 Means of support
2.1.34 Compliance in alternative forms
2.1.35 Protection of hose assemblies
2.1.36 Locking means for adjusting devices
2.1.37 Sealing of gas consumption adjustments
2.1.38 Means for gas pressure measurement
2.2 Materials
2.2.1 General
2.2.2 Materials containing asbestos
2.2.3 Materials in contact with gas
2.2.4 Material used in gas appliances
2.2.5 Zinc based alloys
2.2.6 Components required to be placed in a flame
2.2.7 Materials used in electrical construction
2.2.8 Spark electrodes
2.2.9 Protection of aluminium tubing
2.2.10 Thermal insulation
2.2.11 Compression fittings
2.2.12 Glass
2.2.13 Hose assemblies
2.3 Electrical systems
2.3.1 Connection to the mains electrical supply
2.3.2 Access to electrical system
2.3.3 Servicing accessibility
2.3.4 Connection of electrical components
2.3.5 Plug and socket connections
2.3.6 Protection against accidental contact
2.3.7 Protection of low voltage electrical components and wiring
2.3.8 Protection of light globes
2.3.9 Motor bearings suitability
2.4 Installation requirements
2.4.1 Supply of hose assemblies
2.4.2 Suitability for installation with a hose assembly
2.4.3 Fixing of gas inlet connection
2.4.4 Gas inlet connection thread
2.4.5 Access to connections
2.4.6 Provision of means of preventing tilting
2.4.7 Provision of braking mechanism and hose assembly for appliances fitted with wheels
2.5 Maintenance requirements
2.5.1 Dismantling and replacement by the user
2.5.2 Insertion and removal of gas injectors
2.5.3 Assembly and attachment of handles, dials and pointers
2.5.4 Accessibility for adjustment
2.5.5 Accessibility for replacement
2.5.6 Screwed connections
2.5.7 Inaccessible nuts or bolts
2.6 Pressure regulators
2.6.1 Provision of a pressure regulating device
2.6.2 Positioning of pressure regulators
2.7 Gas controls and safety shut off systems
2.7.1 General
2.7.2 Accessibility by the user
2.7.3 Accidental change of settings of valves, dials and pointers
2.7.4 Fitting of self-latching valves
2.7.5 Provision of flame safeguard to ovens
2.7.6 Bypass of power operated gas valves
2.7.7 Provision of bypass to thermostatically controlled burners
2.7.8 Rotation of manual valves
2.8 Ignition, pilots and main burners
2.8.1 Burners with remote manual ignition
2.8.2 Burners with direct manual ignition
2.8.3 Prevention of injury at ignition
2.8.4 Manually operated burners in an enclosed compartment
2.8.5 Burners interconnected by flues or passages
2.8.6 Means for turning off pilot burner gas supply
2.8.7 Viewing of flames
2.8.8 Proving of burner or pilot ignition
2.8.9 Positive location of flash lighting tubes
2.8.10 Support of pilots, igniters and flame sensing devices
2.8.11 Location of burner mixing tubes
2.8.12 Burner supports
2.8.13 Location of burner caps
2.8.14 Fixing of gas manifolds
2.8.15  Protection of ports and injectors
2.8.16 Use of gauze at primary aeration
2.8.17 Pilot gas filters
2.8.18 Aeration adjustment for universal LPG appliances
2.9 Flueing requirements
2.9.1 Design of air entry and combustion product discharge
2.9.2 Provision of means of preventing blockage in flue connections
2.9.3 Design of flue connections
2.9.4 Flueway terminal and draught diverter construction
2.9.5 Draught diverter relief openings
2.10 Markings
2.10.1 Markings on packaging or appliance
2.10.2 Gas type label
2.10.3 Appliances for use with a flexible connection
2.10.4 Labelling of gas connections
2.10.5 Gas type colour code
2.10.6 Identification of injectors
2.10.7 Marking of fans
2.10.8 Provision and categorisation of markings on appliances Category A markings Category B markings Category C markings
2.11 Instructions
2.11.1 Documents remaining with user
2.11.2 Installation Instructions
2.11.3 Operating instructions
2.11.4 Use of symbols for glass hobs
2.11.5 Safety warnings
2.11.6 Inclusion of warning to prohibit use as a space heater
2.11.7 Servicing instructions
3 Preliminary tests for line gases
3.1 General
3.1.1 Test Gases
3.2 Preparation for testing
3.2.1 Electrical safety requirements (earth leakage)
3.2.2 Setting up appliance for testing
3.2.3 Appliance regulators not to be removed during testing
3.2.4 Protection from accidental draughts
3.2.5 Prevention of gas rate variation
3.2.6 Pressure and gas volume test equipment
3.3 Gas leakage
3.3.1 Gas circuit soundness
3.3.2 Control of bleed line gas
3.3.3 Discharge of gas resulting from power loss
3.4 Gas consumption
3.4.1 Tolerance on determined gas consumption
3.4.2 Determined gas consumption of permanent pilots
3.4.3 Tolerance on determined gas consumption of all main burners
3.4.4 Provision of a simmer hotplate burner
3.4.5 Provision of turndown to hotplate burners
3.4.6 Provision of turndown to griller burners
3.5 Gas pressure regulators
3.6 Ignition and safety shut off systems
3.6.1 General
3.6.2 Automatic burner ignition systems—additional requirements Atmospheric burners Start flame establishment period Ignition gas flow rate
3.7 Flame stability
3.7.1 Stability of flames under draught conditions
3.7.2 Noise of extinction
3.7.3 Effect of opening and closing doors at turndown condition
4 Tests using limit conditions
4.1 General
4.2 CO/CO2 ratio limits for any independent surface combustion burner
4.3 CO/CO2 ratio limits for any independent burner other than surface combustion burners
4.4 CO/CO2 ratio limits for permanent pilot burners
4.5 Flame characteristics at maximum and minimum limiting conditions
4.6 Burner ignition at maximum and minimum limiting conditions
4.7 Delayed ignition at maximum and minimum limiting conditions
4.8 Burner stability when changing setting
4.9 Pilot ignition and stability at maximum and minimum limiting conditions
4.10 Unburnt gas release from burner system
4.11 Burner interference at ignition or during combustion
4.12 Blocked flueway terminal
4.13 Case pressure test
4.14 Oven burner flame stability during cold start
5 Performance tests
5.1 General
5.2 Flue operation
5.2.1 Diversion of combustion products
5.2.2 Leakage or spillage of flue gas
5.2.3 Location of flue terminal
5.2.4 CO/CO2 ratio of the combustion products of an open flued appliance
5.3 Thermal efficiency
5.3.1 Thermal efficiency of hotplate burners
5.3.2 Griller heat-flux
5.3.3 Grill toasting performance
5.3.4 Grill toasting efficiency
5.3.5 Oven heat loss
5.4 Noise of operation
5.5 Condensation
5.5.1 Control of flue gas condensate
5.5.2 Condensate—interference with combustion
5.6 Temperature hazards
5.6.1 Test conditions
5.6.2 Surrounding surfaces—Temperature limits
5.6.3 Personal safety—Temperature limits
5.6.4 Surfaces likely to be accidentally touched
5.6.5 Appliance safety—Temperature limits Bodies of gas valves, thermostats, etc. Components containing non-metallic diaphragms Body of a clock or timer Main gas and pilot lines susceptible to sulfide attack Electric motor windings Flexible hoses Joints sealed with jointing materials Electrical wiring Glass components
5.7 Heat resistance
5.7.1 Heat resistance test conditions
5.7.2 Assessment of heat resistance
5.7.3 Resistance to temperatures—burners lit back
5.7.4 Heat resistance of electrical wiring
5.8 Durability
5.8.1 Effect of spillover on ignition systems
5.8.2 Assembly of ignition systems
5.8.3 Durability of ignition systems under cycling
5.8.4 Durability of thermally toughened glass hotplates
5.8.5 Resistance of glass ceramic to thermal shock
5.9 Thermostatic control
5.9.1 Oven temperature control
5.9.2 Effect of variation of appliance operating mode on oven temperature control
5.9.3 Hotplate vessel temperature control
5.9.4 Performance of contact thermostats
5.10 Oven cooking tests
5.10.1 Control settings
5.10.2 Mode of operation of ovens
5.10.3 Scones on a single tray
5.10.4 Sponge sandwich
5.10.5 Fruit cake
5.10.6 Small cakes on a single tray
5.10.7 Custard tart
5.10.8 Scone on multiple trays
5.10.9 Small cakes on multiple trays
5.11 Strength and stability
5.11.1 Appliance stability
5.11.2 Appliance strength
5.11.3 Door hinge strength
5.11.4 Door strength
5.11.5 Oven shelf supports
5.11.6 Oven shelf strength
5.12 Capacities
5.12.1 Capacity of griddle plates
5.13 Emissions tests
5.13.1 CO/CO2 ratio at the manufacturer’s specified test point pressure
5.13.2 Nitrogen dioxide emission rate
5.14 Specifications
Appendix A
Appendix B
B1 M.O.T. 2.1.16(a)—Safety of glass hotplates and glass fold-down lids—Impact test
B1.1 Scope
B1.2 Principle
B1.3 Apparatus
B1.4 Preparation of apparatus
B1.5 Procedure
B1.6 Result
B2 M.O.T. 2.1.16(b)—Safety of glass fold-down lids for domestic cooking appliances—Impact after thermal shock
B2.1 Scope
B2.2 Principle
B2.3 Apparatus
B2.4 Materials
B2.5 Preparation of apparatus
B2.6 Procedure
B2.7 Result
B3 M.O.T. 2.1.17—Stability test for glass top hotplates
B3.1 Scope
B3.2 Principle
B3.3 Apparatus
B3.4 Procedure
B3.5 Result
B4 M.O.T. 2.1.19(a)—Pan stability test
B4.1 Scope
B4.2 Principle
B4.3 Apparatus
B4.4 Procedure
B4.5 Result
B5 M.O.T. 2.1.19(b)—Pan stability test
B5.1 Scope
B5.2 Principle
B5.3 Apparatus
B5.4 Procedure
B5.5 Result
B6 M.O.T. 2.2.5—Zinc alloy test
B6.1 Scope
B6.2 Principle
B6.3 Apparatus
B6.4 Procedure
B6.5 Result
B7 M.O.T. 2.4.6—Cooker tilt test
B7.1 Scope
B7.2 Principle
B7.3 Apparatus
B7.4 Procedure
B7.5 Result
B8 M.O.T. 2.10—Markings and labels
B8.1 Scope
B8.2 Principle
B8.3 Apparatus
B8.4 Materials
B8.5 Procedure
B8.6 Result
B9 M.O.T. 3.3.1—Gas circuit soundness
B9.1 Scope
B9.2 Principle
B9.3 Apparatus
B9.4 Materials
B9.5 Preparation of apparatus
B9.6 Procedure
B9.7 Result
B10 M.O.T. 3.4.1/2/3/5/6—Gas consumption
B10.1 Scope
B10.2 Principle
B10.3 Apparatus
B10.4 Materials
B10.5 Preparation of apparatus
B10.6 Procedure
B10.7 Result
B11 M.O.T. 3.4.4—Turndown gas consumption
B11.1 Scope
B11.2 Principle
B11.3 Apparatus
B11.4 Materials
B11.5 Preparation of apparatus
B11.6 Procedure
B11.7 Result
B12 M.O.T. 3.5.1—Gas pressure regulator performance
B12.1 Scope
B12.2 Principle
B12.3 Apparatus
B12.4 Materials
B12.5 Preparation of apparatus
B12.6 Procedure
B12.7 Result
B13 M.O.T. 3.6.1(a)/(b)/(e)—Ignition—Aerated pilots
B13.1 Scope
B13.2 Principle
B13.3 Apparatus
B13.4 Materials
B13.5 Preparation of apparatus
B13.6 Procedure
B13.7 Result
B14 M.O.T. 3.6.1(b)/(e)—Ignition of a burner protected by a flame safeguard system
B14.1 Scope
B14.2 Principle
B14.3 Apparatus
B14.4 Materials
B14.5 Preparation of apparatus
B14.6 Procedure
B14.7 Result
B15 M.O.T. 3.6.1(f)—Ignition—Opening of flame safeguard system
B15.1 Scope
B15.2 Principle
B15.3 Apparatus
B15.4 Materials
B15.5 Preparation of apparatus
B15.6 Procedure
B15.7 Result
B16  M.O.T. 3.6.1(h)—Cooker hotplate burner ignition
B16.1 Scope
B16.2 Principle
B16.3 Apparatus
B16.4 Materials
B16.5 Preparation of apparatus
B16.6 Procedure
B16.7 Result
B17 M.O.T. 3.6.1(o)—Operation of safety shut off system
B17.1 Scope
B17.2 Principle
B17.3 Materials
B17.4 Apparatus
B17.5 Preparation of apparatus
B17.6 Procedure
B17.7 Result
B18 M.O.T.—Start flame establishment period—Delayed ignition tests
B18.1 Scope
B18.2 Principle
B18.3 Apparatus
B18.4 Materials
B18.5 Preparation of apparatus
B18.6 Procedure
B18.7 Result
B19 M.O.T. 3.7.1—Flame stability to draught
B19.1 Scope
B19.2 Principle
B19.3 Apparatus
B19.4 Materials
B19.5 Preparation of apparatus
B19.6 Procedure
B19.7 Result
B20 M.O.T. 3.7.3—Effect of appliance door operation on burner stability
B20.1 Scope
B20.2 Principle
B20.3 Apparatus
B20.4 Materials
B20.5 Preparation of apparatus
B20.6 Procedure
B20.7 Result
B21 M.O.T. 4.2—Determination of CO/CO2 ratio of combustion products—Surface combustion burners
B21.1 Scope
B21.2 Principle
B21.3 Apparatus
B21.4 Materials
B21.5 Preparation of apparatus
B21.6 Procedure
B21.7 Result
B22 M.O.T. 4.3—Determination of CO/CO2 ratio of combustion products
B22.1 Scope
B22.2 Principle
B22.3 Apparatus
B22.4 Materials
B22.5 Preparation of apparatus
B22.6 Procedure
B22.7 Result
B23 M.O.T. 4.4—Determination of CO/CO2 ratio of combustion products—Permanent pilots
B23.1 Scope
B23.2 Principle
B23.3 Apparatus
B23.4 Materials
B23.5 Preparation of apparatus
B23.6 Procedure
B23.7 Result
B24 M.O.T. 4.5—Flame abnormality
B24.1 Scope
B24.2 Principle
B24.3 Apparatus
B24.4 Materials
B24.5 Preparation of apparatus
B24.6 Procedure
B24.6.1 All burners
B24.6.2 Open flued appliances
B24.7 Result
B25 M.O.T. 4.6—Ignition tests
B25.1 Scope
B25.2 Principle
B25.3 Apparatus
B25.4 Materials
B25.5 Preparation of apparatus
B25.6 Procedure
B25.7 Result
B26 M.O.T. 4.7/2.8.4—Delayed ignition test
B26.1 Scope
B26.2 Principle
B26.3 Apparatus
B26.4 Materials
B26.5 Preparation of apparatus
B26.6 Procedure
B26.7 Result
B27 M.O.T. 4.9—Pilot flames—Ignition and stability
B27.1 Scope
B27.2 Principle
B27.3 Apparatus
B27.4 Materials
B27.5 Preparation of apparatus
B27.6 Procedure
B27.7 Result
B28 M.O.T. 4.10—Burner operation—Unburnt gas spillage from burner system
B28.1 Scope
B28.2 Principle
B28.3 Apparatus
B28.4 Materials
B28.5 Preparation of apparatus
B28.6 Procedure
B28.7 Result
B29 M.O.T. 4.12—Oven burner flame stability—Blocked flueway terminal
B29.1 Scope
B29.2 Principle
B29.3 Apparatus
B29.4 Materials
B29.5 Preparation for test
B29.6 Procedure
B29.7 Result
B30 M.O.T. 4.13—Case pressure test
B30.1 Scope
B30.2 Principle
B30.3 Apparatus
B30.4 Materials
B30.5 Preparation of apparatus
B30.6 Procedure
B30.7 Result
B31 M.O.T. 4.14—Cold start test
B31.1 Scope
B31.2 Principle
B31.3 Apparatus
B31.4 Materials
B31.5 Procedure
B31.6 Result
B32 M.O.T. 5.2.1—Combustion product impingement on walls and other surfaces
B32.1 Scope
B32.2 Principle
B32.3 Apparatus
B32.4 Materials
B32.5 Preparation of apparatus
B32.6 Procedure
B32.7 Result
B33 M.O.T. 5.2.2—Flue operation—Spillage test
B33.1 Scope
B33.2 Principle
B33.3 Apparatus
B33.4 Materials
B33.5 Preparation of apparatus
B33.6 Procedure
B33.7 Result
B34 M.O.T. 5.2.3—Flue terminal location
B34.1 Scope
B34.2 Principle
B34.3 Apparatus
B34.4 Materials
B34.5 Preparation of apparatus
B34.6 Procedure
B34.7 Result
B35 M.O.T. 5.2.4—Determination of CO/CO2 ratio of combustion products under conditions of flueway blockage, downdraught or updraught
B35.1 Scope
B35.2 Principle
B35.3 Apparatus
B35.4 Materials
B35.5 Preparation of apparatus
B35.6 Procedure
B35.6.1 Appliances operating under natural draught
B35.6.2 Appliances without draught diverter
B35.7 Result
B36 M.O.T. 5.3.1—Thermal efficiency of hotplate burners
B36.1 Scope
B36.2 Principle
B36.3 Apparatus
B36.4 Materials
B36.5 Preparation of apparatus
B36.6 Procedure
B36.7 Result
B37 M.O.T. 5.3.2—Performance of grillers—Heat-flux test
B37.1 Scope
B37.2 Principle
B37.3 Apparatus
B37.4 Materials
B37.5 Preparation of apparatus
B37.6 Procedure
B37.7 Result
B38 M.O.T. 5.3.3/4—Performance of grillers
B38.1 Scope
B38.2 Principle
B38.3 Apparatus and materials
B38.4 Preparation of apparatus
B38.5 Procedure
B38.6 Result
B39 M.O.T. 5.3.5—Oven heating—Maintenance rate
B39.1 Scope
B39.2 Principle
B39.3 Apparatus
B39.4 Preparation of apparatus
B39.5 Procedure
B39.6 Result
B40 M.O.T. 5.6—Temperature hazards
B40.1 Scope
B40.2 Principle
B40.3 Apparatus
B40.4 Materials
B40.5 Preparation of apparatus
B40.6 Procedure
B40.7 Result
B41 M.O.T.—Temperature hazards—Electric motors
B41.1 Scope
B41.2 Principle
B41.3 Apparatus
B41.4 Materials
B41.5 Preparation of apparatus
B41.6 Procedure
B41.7 Calculations
B41.8 Result
B42 M.O.T. 5.7.1/2/4—Heat resistance
B42.1 Scope
B42.2 Principle
B42.3 Apparatus
B42.4 Materials
B42.5 Preparation of apparatus
B42.6 Procedure
B42.7 Result
B43 M.O.T. 5.7.3—Heat resistance—Light back condition
B43.1 Scope
B43.2 Principle
B43.3 Apparatus
B43.4 Materials
B43.5 Preparation of apparatus
B43.6 Procedure
B43.7 Result
B44 M.O.T. 5.8.1/2.1.22—Spillover test
B44.1 Scope
B44.2 Principle
B44.3 Apparatus
B44.4 Materials
B44.5 Preparation of apparatus
B44.6 Procedure
B44.7 Result
B45 M.O.T. 5.8.2—Ignition systems—Vibration test
B45.1 Scope
B45.2 Principle
B45.3 Materials
B45.4 Preparation of apparatus
B45.5 Procedure
B45.6 Result
B46 M.O.T. 5.8.3—Ignition systems—Cycle test
B46.1 Scope
B46.2 Principle
B46.3 Apparatus
B46.4 Materials
B46.5 Preparation of apparatus
B46.6 Procedure
B46.7 Result
B47 M.O.T. 5.8.4—Glass top hotplates—Cycle test
B47.1 Scope
B47.2 Principle
B47.3 Apparatus
B47.4 Materials
B47.5 Preparation of apparatus
B47.6 Procedure
B47.7 Result
B48 M.O.T. 5.8.5—Thermal shock test—Glass ceramic
B48.1 Scope
B48.2 Principle
B48.3 Apparatus
B48.4 Preparation of apparatus
B48.5 Procedure
B48.6 Result
B49 M.O.T. 5.9.1—Automatic control—Oven thermostats
B49.1 Scope
B49.2 Principle
B49.3 Apparatus
B49.4 Preparation of apparatus
B49.5 Procedure
B49.6 Result
B50 M.O.T. 5.9.2—Automatic Control—Oven thermostat variation
B50.1 Scope
B50.2 Principle
B50.3 Apparatus
B50.4 Preparation of apparatus
B50.5 Procedure
B50.6 Result
B51 M.O.T. 5.9.3—Automatic control—Contact thermostats—Cooking oil test
B51.1 Scope
B51.2 Principle
B51.3 Apparatus
B51.4 Materials
B51.5 Preparation of apparatus
B51.6 Procedure
B51.7 Result
B52 M.O.T. 5.9.4—Automatic control—Contact thermostats—Milk test
B52.1 Scope
B52.2 Principle
B52.3 Apparatus
B52.4 Materials
B52.5 Preparation of apparatus
B52.6 Procedure
B52.7 Result
B53 M.O.T. 5.10.3—Oven cooking tests—Scones (single trays)
B53.1 Scope
B53.2 Principle
B53.3 Apparatus
B53.4 Materials
B53.5 Preparation of apparatus
B53.6 Procedure
B53.6.1 For all ovens
B53.6.2 For natural draught ovens only
B53.6.3 For fan forced ovens only
B53.6.4 For dual-purpose fan forced ovens
B53.7 Result
B54 M.O.T. 5.10.4—Oven cooking tests—Sponge sandwiches
B54.1 Scope
B54.2 Principle
B54.3 Apparatus
B54.4 Materials
B54.5 Preparation of apparatus
B54.6 Procedure
B54.7 Result
B55 M.O.T. 5.10.5—Oven cooking tests—Fruit cake
B55.1 Scope
B55.2 Principle
B55.3 Apparatus
B55.4 Materials
B55.5 Preparation of apparatus
B55.6 Procedure
B55.7 Result
B56 M.O.T. 5.10.6—Oven cooking tests—Small cakes (single trays)
B56.1 Scope
B56.2 Principle
B56.3 Apparatus
B56.4 Materials
B56.5 Preparation of apparatus
B56.6 Procedure
B56.6.1 For all ovens
B56.6.2 For natural draught ovens only
B56.6.3 For dual-purpose fan forced ovens only
B56.7 Result
B57 M.O.T. 5.10.7—Oven cooking tests—Custard tart
B57.1 Scope
B57.2 Principle
B57.3 Apparatus
B57.4 Materials
B57.5 Preparation of apparatus
B57.6 Procedure
B57.7 Result
B58 M.O.T. 5.10.8—Oven cooking tests—Scones (multiple trays)
B58.1 Scope
B58.2 Principle
B58.3 Apparatus
B58.4 Materials
B58.5 Preparation of apparatus
B58.6 Procedure
B58.7 Result
B59 M.O.T. 5.10.9—Oven cooking tests—Small cakes (multiple trays)
B59.1 Scope
B59.2 Principle
B59.3 Apparatus
B59.4 Materials
B59.5 Preparation of apparatus
B59.6 Procedure
B59.7 Result
B60 M.O.T. 5.11.1(a)—Appliance stability test—14 kg load
B60.1 Scope
B60.2 Principle
B60.3 Apparatus
B60.4 Preparation of apparatus
B60.5 Procedure
B60.6 Result
B61 M.O.T. 5.11.1(b)—Appliance stability test—50 kg load
B61.1 Scope
B61.2  Principle
B61.3 Apparatus
B61.4 Preparation of apparatus
B61.5 Procedure
B61.6 Result
B62 M.O.T. 5.11.2—Strength test
B62.1 Scope
B62.2 Principle
B62.3 Apparatus
B62.4 Preparation of apparatus
B62.5 Procedure
B62.6 Result
B63 M.O.T. 5.11.6—Oven shelves load test
B63.1 Scope
B63.2 Principle
B63.3 Apparatus
B63.4 Preparation of apparatus
B63.5 Procedure
B63.6 Result
B64 M.O.T. 5.13.1/2—Emissions tests
B64.1 Scope
B64.2 Principle
B64.3 Materials
B64.4 Apparatus
B64.5 Preparation of apparatus
B64.6 Procedure
B64.7 Result
Appendix C
Appendix D
D1 Introduction
D2 Specifications
D3 General
Amendment control sheet
AS 4551—2008
Amendment No. 1 (2009)
Amendment No. 2 (2012)
Revised text
Cited references in this standard
Copper brazed steel tubes
Malleable cast iron
Welded stainless steel tubes for plumbing applications
Pipe threads of Whitworth form, Part 1: Sealing pipe threads (metric units)
Steel tubes and tubulars for ordinary service
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