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AS/NZS 5263.0:2017

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Gas appliances, Part 0: General requirements

Specifies general requirements and test methods for appliances and equipment which use gas as a fuel and which are intended for domestic, commercial or light industrial use, to an energy input limit of 1000 MJ/h or any lower limit specified in the appliance-specific Part of the AS/NZS 5263 series of Standards.
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Table of contents
Header
About this publication
Preface
1 Scope and general
1.1 Scope and application
1.1.1 Scope
1.1.2 Application
1.2 Referenced documents
1.3 Definitions
1.4 Test methods
2 Design and construction
2.1 Scope
2.2 General design requirements
2.2.1 Adequacy of means of support
2.2.2 Positioning of removable components
2.2.3 Fitting of flame safeguards
2.2.4 Fixing of gas manifolds
2.2.5 Protection of vitreous enamel
2.2.6 Sealing of programmed ignition adjustments
2.2.7 Protection of aluminium tubing
2.2.8 Protection of electric lamps
2.2.9 Thermal insulation
2.2.10 Protection of wiring and controls from weather conditions
2.2.11 Sharp edges
2.2.12 Provision for removal of condensate
2.2.13 Design of appliance base
2.2.14 Provision for moving appliances
2.3 Materials
2.3.1 Suitability of materials and finishes
2.3.2 Resistance to corrosion
2.3.3 Materials containing asbestos
2.3.4 Materials in contact with gas
2.3.5 Components required to be placed in a flame
2.3.6 Jointing compounds and jointing materials
2.3.7 Zinc based alloys
2.4 Design for assembly and installation
2.4.1 Compliance of alternative forms
2.4.2 Fixing of gas inlet connection
2.4.3 Gas inlet connection
2.4.4 Access to connections
2.4.5 Restraint where a hose assembly is used
2.4.5.1 Appliances other than table top appliances
2.4.5.2 Table top appliances
2.4.6 Securing of table top appliance
2.5 Design for maintenance
2.5.1 Accessibility for adjustment
2.5.2 Accessibility for replacement
2.5.3 Dismantling and replacement by the user
2.5.4 Screwed connections
2.5.5 Inaccessible nuts or bolts
2.5.6 Insertion and removal of gas injectors
2.5.7 Viewing of flames
2.5.8 Means for gas pressure measurement
2.5.9 Accessibility of electrical system
2.5.10 Connection of electrical components
2.5.11 Plug and socket connections
2.6 Design for operation
2.6.1 Prevention of injury at ignition
2.6.2 Proving of burner or pilot ignition
2.6.3 Burner controls
2.6.4 Primary guards openings
2.6.5 Touchability of flames
2.6.6 Air filters
2.7 Controls and safety devices
2.7.1 Safety shut off system
2.7.2 Pilot shut off
2.7.3 Main burner shut off provision
2.7.4 Programmable electronic systems
2.7.5 Safety devices and interlocks
2.7.6 Locking means for adjusting devices
2.7.7 Tip over system
2.7.8 Design of valve handles, movable dials and pointers
2.7.9 Fitting of self-latching valves
2.7.10 Shut off valve—Table top appliances
2.8 Gas train
2.8.1 Manual shut off valves
2.8.2 Provision of pressure regulators
2.8.3 Positioning of regulators
2.8.4 Control of bleed lines
2.8.5 Main burner automatic shut off valves
2.8.6 Holes for screws, pins and other fasteners
2.8.7 Jointing
2.8.8 Use of soft solder
2.8.9 Pilot gas filters
2.8.10 Gas hose assemblies and limited flexibility connectors
2.8.11 Protection of hose assembly
2.8.12 Quick-connect devices
2.8.13 Compression fittings
2.8.14 Classification of safety shut off valves
2.9 Combustion air and flue systems
2.9.1 Design of air entry and combustion product discharge
2.9.2 Flue terminal openings
2.9.3 Flue terminal and draught diverter construction
2.9.4 Draught diverters
2.9.5 Design of flue connection
2.9.6 Automatic flue dampers
2.9.6.1 Installation of automatic flue damper devices
2.9.6.2 Provision for a permanent pilot
2.9.6.3 Automatic valves
2.9.6.4 Electrical requirements
2.9.6.5 Ignition safety interlock
2.9.6.6 Visual indication of damper position
2.9.6.7 Automatic valve safety interlock
2.9.6.8 Safe operation under interlock failure conditions
2.9.7 Combustion products temperature limit device
2.10 Fan assisted combustion systems
2.10.1 Combustion air supply equipment
2.10.2 Combustion air flow proving interlock
2.10.3 Prevention of combustion air backflow
2.11 Burners and ignition systems
2.11.1 Aeration adjustment for universal LP Gas appliances
2.11.2 Protection of ports and injectors
2.11.3 Restrictions on gauze over primary air ports
2.11.4 Location of burner mixing tubes
2.11.5 Burner supports
2.11.6 Support of pilots, igniters and flame sensing devices
2.11.7 Positive location of flash ignition tubes
2.11.8 Securing of removable burner components
2.11.9 Burners with granular media (Australia only)
2.11.10 Tray type burners-turndown limits
2.11.11 Burners with remote manual ignition
2.11.12 Burners with direct manual ignition
2.11.13 Interconnected burners
2.11.14 Manually operated burners enclosed in a compartment
2.11.15 Means of ignition for room sealed appliances
2.12 Components
2.12.1 Safety components
2.12.2 Suitability of bearings
2.12.3 Protection of bearings
2.13 Cylinders and cylinder compartments
2.13.1 Indoor appliances
2.13.2 Ventilation of cylinder compartments for cylinders exceeding 1.25 kg gas capacity
2.13.3 Ventilation of cylinder compartments for cylinders not exceeding 1.25 kg gas capacity
2.13.4 Separation of cylinder compartment
2.13.5 Accessibility of cylinder valve
2.13.6 Protection from spillover
2.13.7 Means to accommodate a cylinder
2.13.8 Testing of cylinder connection
2.14 Markings
2.14.1 Language
2.14.2 Permanent markings on appliances
2.14.3 Marking of doors and covers
2.14.4 Marking of flash ignition tubes
2.14.5 Indication of function
2.14.6 Gas type marking
2.14.7 Marking of thermostat dials
2.14.8 Interference with combustion air
2.14.9 Gas type colour code
2.14.10 Identification of injectors
2.14.11 Direction of rotation of fans
2.14.12 Label on guard
2.14.13 Flue terminal marking
2.14.14 Markings on packaging
2.15 Instructions
2.15.1 Language
2.15.2 Installation
2.15.2.1 Instructions supplied with the appliance
2.15.2.2 Built-in appliances
2.15.2.3 Warning statement
2.15.3 Operation
2.15.3.1 General
2.15.3.2 Warning statements
2.15.4 Maintenance
2.15.4.1 Documents remaining with user
2.15.4.2 Servicing instructions and maintenance schedule
3 Preliminary tests—Line gases
3.1 General
3.2 Preparation for testing
3.2.1 Electrical safety requirements
3.2.2 Appliances designed for various flue configurations
3.2.3 Setting up an appliance for testing
3.2.4 Appliance regulators not to be removed during testing
3.2.5 Protection from accidental draughts
3.2.6 Prevention of gas rate variation
3.2.7 Flue gas sampling
3.3 Gas leakage
3.4 Gas consumption
3.4.1 Tolerance on determined gas consumption
3.4.2 Determined gas consumption of permanent pilots
3.5 Gas pressure regulators
3.6 Ignition and safety shut off systems
3.6.1 General requirements
3.6.1.1 Pilot light back
3.6.1.2 Aerated pilot—Blocked air
3.6.1.3 Ignition at reduced pilot rate
3.6.1.4 Ignition at reduced supply pressure
3.6.1.5 Multi-port pilots
3.6.1.6 Means of ignition other than permanent pilot
3.6.1.7 Holding time of thermoelectric flame safeguard
3.6.1.8 Flame tracking at ignition
3.6.1.9 Cessation of ignition spark
3.6.1.10 Commencement of ignition after purge
3.6.1.11 Proving of start flame
3.6.1.12 Self-check for safety shut off systems
3.6.1.13 Flame failure
3.6.1.14 Main flame establishment period for burners with interrupted and intermittent pilot
3.6.1.15 Shut off time for safety shut off system
3.6.1.16 Interrupted pilot
3.6.2 Additional requirements for atmospheric burners with automatic burner ignition systems not based on permanent pilots
3.6.2.1 Ignition gas flow rate
3.6.2.2 Ignition cycles prior to lockout (no flame established)
3.6.2.3 Reignition cycles after flame failure
3.6.2.4 Start flame proving period
3.6.3 Additional requirements for fan assisted combustion systems with automatic ignition not based on permanent pilots
3.6.3.1 Pre-ignition purge
3.6.3.2 Ignition gas flow rate
3.6.3.3 Ignition cycles prior to lockout (no flame established)
3.6.3.4 Reignition cycles after flame failure
3.6.3.5 Start flame proving period
3.7 Ignition of draped fabric
4 Tests under limiting conditions
4.1 General
4.2 CO/CO2 ratio limits for any independent surface combustion burner—Underload
4.3 CO/CO2 ratio limits for any independent burner—Overload
4.4 CO/CO2 ratio limits for permanent pilots—Overload
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 Reignition at turndown under draught conditions
4.9 Pilot ignition and stability at maximum and minimum limiting conditions
4.10 Burner stability when changing setting
4.11 Unburnt gas release from burner system
4.12 Blocked flueway terminal
4.13 Case pressure test
4.14 Effect of opening and closing doors at turndown condition
4.15 Sooting—Luminous effect appliances
4.16 Burner interference at ignition or during combustion
5 Performance specifications
5.1 Combustion air supply
5.1.1 Combustion air flow proving
5.1.2 Obstruction of air inlets with fan assisted combustion systems
5.1.3 Power failure of fan assisted combustion systems
5.2 Flue operation
5.2.1 Diversion of combustion products
5.2.2 Spillage of combustion products
5.2.3 Performance with updraught, downdraught and blocked flue
5.2.4 Flue response to combustion fan failure
5.2.5 Flue gas temperatures
5.2.6 Performance of combustion products temperature limit device
5.2.7 Safety shutdown—Combustion products limits
5.2.8 Automatic flue damper devices
5.2.8.1 Operation under variable voltage
5.2.8.2 Flue damper failure
5.3 Condensate
5.3.1 Control of flue gas condensate
5.3.2 Condensate interference with combustion
5.3.3 Blocked condensate drain
5.4 Temperature hazards
5.4.1 General
5.4.2 Appliance operating conditions
5.4.3 Temperature limits—Surrounding surfaces
5.4.4 Temperature limits—Surfaces intended to be handled
5.4.5 Temperature limits—Surfaces likely to be accidentally touched
5.4.6 Temperature limits—Appliance safety
5.4.6.1 Controls and safety devices
5.4.6.2 Components containing non-metallic diaphragms
5.4.6.3 Components containing zinc based alloys
5.4.6.4 Body of a clock or timer
5.4.6.5 Main gas and pilot lines susceptible to sulphide attack
5.4.6.6 Flexible hoses
5.4.6.7 Joints sealed with jointing materials
5.4.6.8 Electrical wiring
5.4.6.9 Glass components
5.4.6.10 Wooden components
5.4.7 Temperature limits—Protection from contact with the heat source
5.4.7.1 Primary guard temperature limit
5.4.7.2 Temperatures of unguarded surfaces (Australia only)
5.4.7.3 Primary guard integrity
5.5 Heat resistance of appliance
5.5.1 Resistance to temperatures
5.5.1.1 General
5.5.1.2 Test conditions
5.5.1.3 Assessment
5.5.2 Resistance to temperatures—Burner light back
5.5.3 Minimum temperature requirements of heat exchangers during warming-up period
5.5.4 Maximum temperature requirements for heat exchanger materials
5.6 Durability
5.6.1 Zinc based alloys
5.6.2 Permanent markings
5.6.3 Effect of spillover on ignition systems
5.6.4 Automatic flue damper device
5.7 Electrical supply variation or failure
5.7.1 Response to electrical supply variation or failure
5.7.2 Power failure
5.8 Appliance operation under linting conditions
5.9 Rain test for outdoor and room sealed appliances
5.9.1 Outdoor appliances
5.9.2 Room sealed appliances
5.10 Operation under windy conditions
5.10.1 Outdoor ‘unattended’ appliances
5.10.2 Outdoor ‘attended’ appliances
5.10.3 Room sealed appliances
5.10.3.1 General
5.10.3.2 Sealing of room sealed appliances
5.10.4 Open flued appliances
5.11 Strength and stability
5.11.1 Bearing pressure
5.11.2 Strength of flue connection
5.11.3 Stability
5.11.4 Hydrostatic strength
5.11.5 Pan stability
5.11.6 Body loading
5.11.7 Attachment of primary guard
5.11.8 Strength of primary guard incorporating glass or similar material(s)
5.11.9 Glass subject to impact or thermal shock
5.12 Thermal efficiency (Australia only)
5.13 Vitiation and emissions
5.13.1 Operation of oxygen depletion system
5.13.2 Vitiation
5.13.3 Combustion at low appliance inlet pressure
5.13.4 CO/CO2 ratio at the manufacturer’s nominal test point pressure
5.13.5 Nitrogen dioxide emission rate (Australia only)
Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
Appendix D
Appendix E
Appendix F
Appendix G
Appendix H
Appendix ZA
ZA1 Gas leakage test
ZA1.1 Scope
ZA1.2 Principle
ZA1.3 Apparatus
ZA1.4 Materials
ZA1.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZA1.6 Procedure
ZA1.7 Test report
ZA2 Gas consumption test
ZA2.1 Scope
ZA2.2 Principle
ZA2.3 Apparatus
ZA2.4 Materials
ZA2.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZA2.6 Procedure
ZA2.7 Test report
ZA3 Gas pressure regulators test
ZA3.1 Scope
ZA3.2 Principle
ZA3.3 Apparatus
ZA3.4 Materials
ZA3.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZA3.6 Procedure
ZA3.7 Test report
ZA4 Burner ignition—Pilot light back and blocked aeration and blocked multi-port pilots test
ZA4.1 Scope
ZA4.2 Principle
ZA4.3 Apparatus
ZA4.4 Materials
ZA4.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZA4.6 Procedure
ZA4.7 Test report
ZA5 Ignition at reduced pilot rate test
ZA5.1 Scope
ZA5.2 Principle
ZA5.3 Apparatus
ZA5.4 Materials
ZA5.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZA5.6 Procedure
ZA5.7 Test report
ZA6 Ignition at reduced supply pressure test
ZA6.1 Scope
ZA6.2 Principle
ZA6.3 Apparatus
ZA6.4 Materials
ZA6.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZA6.6 Procedure
ZA6.7 Test report
ZA7 Holding time of thermoelectric flame safeguard test
ZA7.1 Scope
ZA7.2 Principle
ZA7.3 Apparatus
ZA7.4 Materials
ZA7.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZA7.6 Procedure
ZA7.7 Test report
ZA8 Flame tracking at ignition test
ZA8.1 Scope
ZA8.2 Principle
ZA8.3 Apparatus
ZA8.4 Materials
ZA8.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZA8.6 Procedure
ZA8.7 Test report
ZA9 Shut off time for safety shut off system test
ZA9.1 Scope
ZA9.2 Principle
ZA9.3 Apparatus
ZA9.4 Materials
ZA9.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZA9.6 Procedure
ZA9.7 Test report
ZA10 Ignition gas flow rate (delayed ignition) test
ZA10.1 Scope
ZA10.2 Principle
ZA10.3 Apparatus
ZA10.4 Materials
ZA10.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZA10.6 Procedure
ZA10.7 Test report
ZA11 Ignition cycles—Prior to lockout/after flame failure test
ZA11.1 Scope
ZA11.2 Principle
ZA11.3 Apparatus
ZA11.4 Materials
ZA11.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZA11.6 Procedure
ZA11.7 Test report
ZA12 Ignition of draped fabric test
ZA12.1 Scope
ZA12.2 Principle
ZA12.3 Apparatus
ZA12.4 Materials
ZA12.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZA12.6 Procedure
ZA12.7 Test report
Appendix ZB
ZB1 Determination of CO/CO2 ratio for independent surface combustion burners—Underload test
ZB1.1 Scope
ZB1.2 Principle
ZB1.3 Apparatus
ZB1.4 Materials
ZB1.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZB1.6 Procedure
ZB1.7 Test report
ZB2 Determination of CO/CO2 ratio for any independent burner—Overload test
ZB2.1 Scope
ZB2.2 Principle
ZB2.3 Apparatus
ZB2.4 Materials
ZB2.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZB2.6 Procedure
ZB2.7 Test report
ZB3 Determination of CO/CO2 ratio for permanent pilots—Overload test
ZB3.1 Scope
ZB3.2 Principle
ZB3.3 Apparatus
ZB3.4 Materials
ZB3.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZB3.6 Procedure
ZB3.7 Test report
ZB4 Flame characteristics at maximum and minimum limiting conditions test
ZB4.1 Scope
ZB4.2 Principle
ZB4.3 Apparatus
ZB4.4 Materials
ZB4.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZB4.6 Procedure
ZB4.6.1 All burners
ZB4.6.2 Open flued appliances fitted with a draught diverter
ZB4.6.3 Open flued appliances without a draught diverter
ZB4.7 Test report
ZB5 Burner ignition at maximum and minimum limiting conditions test
ZB5.1 Scope
ZB5.2 Principle
ZB5.3 Apparatus
ZB5.4 Materials
ZB5.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZB5.6 Procedure
ZB5.7 Test report
ZB6 Delayed ignition at maximum and minimum limiting conditions test
ZB6.1 Scope
ZB6.2 Principle
ZB6.3 Apparatus
ZB6.4 Materials
ZB6.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZB6.6 Procedure
ZB6.7 Test report
ZB7 Reignition at turndown under draught conditions test
ZB7.1 Scope
ZB7.2 Principle
ZB7.3 Apparatus
ZB7.4 Materials
ZB7.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZB7.6 Procedure
ZB7.7 Test report
ZB8 Pilot ignition and stability at maximum and minimum limiting conditions test
ZB8.1 Scope
ZB8.2 Principle
ZB8.3 Apparatus
ZB8.4 Materials
ZB8.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZB8.6 Procedure
ZB8.7 Test report
ZB9 Burner stability when changing settings test
ZB9.1 Scope
ZB9.2 Principle
ZB9.3 Apparatus
ZB9.4 Materials
ZB9.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZB9.6 Procedure
ZB9.7 Test report
ZB10 Unburnt gas release from burner system test
ZB10.1 Scope
ZB10.2 Principle
ZB10.3 Apparatus
ZB10.4 Materials
ZB10.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZB10.6 Procedure
ZB10.7 Test report
ZB11 Blocked flueway terminal test
ZB11.1 Scope
ZB11.2 Principle
ZB11.3 Apparatus
ZB11.4 Materials
ZB11.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZB11.6 Procedure
ZB11.7 Test report
ZB12 Case pressure test
ZB12.1 Scope
ZB12.2 Principle
ZB12.3 Apparatus
ZB12.4 Materials
ZB12.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZB12.6 Procedure
ZB12.7 Test report
ZB13 Effect of opening and closing doors at turndown condition test
ZB13.1 Scope
ZB13.2 Principle
ZB13.3 Apparatus
ZB13.4 Materials
ZB13.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZB13.6 Procedure
ZB13.7 Test report
ZB14 Sooting—Luminous effect appliances test
ZB14.1 Scope
ZB14.2 Principle
ZB14.3 Apparatus
ZB14.4 Materials
ZB14.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZB14.6 Procedure
ZB14.7 Test report
Appendix ZC
ZC1 Combustion air supply test
ZC1.1 Scope
ZC1.2 Principle
ZC1.3 Apparatus
ZC1.4 Materials
ZC1.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZC1.6 Procedure
ZC1.7 Test report
ZC2 Diversion of combustion products test
ZC2.1 Scope
ZC2.2 Principle
ZC2.3 Apparatus
ZC2.4 Materials
ZC2.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZC2.6 Procedure
ZC2.7 Test report
ZC3 Spillage of combustion products test
ZC3.1 Scope
ZC3.2 Principle
ZC3.3 Apparatus
ZC3.4 Materials
ZC3.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZC3.6 Procedure
ZC3.7 Test report
ZC4 Performance with downdraught, updraught and blocked flue test
ZC4.1 Scope
ZC4.2 Principle
ZC4.3 Apparatus
ZC4.4 Materials
ZC4.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZC4.6 Procedures
ZC4.6.1 Open flued appliances with a draught diverter or alternative system
ZC4.6.2 Open flued appliances without a draught diverter or similar device
ZC4.7 Test report
ZC5 Flue gas temperatures test
ZC5.1 Scope
ZC5.2 Principle
ZC5.3 Apparatus
ZC5.4 Materials
ZC5.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZC5.6 Procedure
ZC5.7 Test report
ZC6 Performance of combustion products temperature limiter test
ZC6.1 Scope
ZC6.2 Principle
ZC6.3 Materials
ZC6.4 Apparatus
ZC6.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZC6.6 Procedure
ZC6.7 Test report
ZC7 Blocked condensate drain test
ZC7.1 Scope
ZC7.2 Principle
ZC7.3 Apparatus
ZC7.4 Materials
ZC7.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZC7.6 Procedure
ZC7.7 Test report
ZC8 Temperature hazards test
ZC8.1 Scope
ZC8.2 Principle
ZC8.3 Apparatus
ZC8.4 Materials
ZC8.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZC8.6 Procedure
ZC8.7 Test report
ZC9 Resistance to temperatures—Overload gas consumption test
ZC9.1 Scope
ZC9.2 Principle
ZC9.3 Apparatus
ZC9.4 Materials
ZC9.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZC9.6 Procedure
ZC9.7 Test report
ZC10 Resistance to temperatures—Burner light back test
ZC10.1 Scope
ZC10.2 Principle
ZC10.3 Apparatus
ZC10.4 Materials
ZC10.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZC10.6 Procedure
ZC10.7 Test report
ZC11 Heat exchangers maximum and minimum temperatures test
ZC11.1 Scope
ZC11.2 Principle
ZC11.3 Apparatus
ZC11.4 Materials
ZC11.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZC11.6 Procedure
ZC11.7 Test report
ZC12 Zinc based alloys tests
ZC12.1 Scope
ZC12.2 Principle
ZC12.3 Apparatus
ZC12.4 Materials
ZC12.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZC12.6 Procedure
ZC12.7 Test report
ZC13 Permanent markings test
ZC13.1 Scope
ZC13.2 Principle
ZC13.3 Apparatus
ZC13.4 Materials
ZC13.5 Procedure
ZC13.6 Test report
ZC14 Effect of spillover on ignition systems test
ZC14.1 Scope
ZC14.2 Principle
ZC14.3 Apparatus
ZC14.4 Materials
ZC14.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZC14.6 Procedure
ZC14.7 Test report
ZC15 Electrical supply variation test
ZC15.1 Scope
ZC15.2 Principle
ZC15.3 Apparatus
ZC15.4 Materials
ZC15.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZC15.6 Procedure
ZC15.7 Test report
ZC16 Operation under linting conditions test
ZC16.1 Scope
ZC16.2 Principle
ZC16.3 Apparatus
ZC16.4 Materials
ZC16.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZC16.6 Procedure
ZC16.7 Test report
ZC17 Rain test for room sealed and outdoor appliances
ZC17.1 Scope
ZC17.2 Principle
ZC17.3 Apparatus
ZC17.4 Materials
ZC17.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZC17.6 Procedure
ZC17.7 Test report
ZC18 Wind test—Outdoor unattended appliances
ZC18.1 Scope
ZC18.2 Principle
ZC18.3 Apparatus
ZC18.4 Materials
ZC18.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZC18.6 Procedure
ZC18.7 Test report
ZC19 Wind test—Outdoor attended appliances
ZC19.1 Scope
ZC19.2 Principle
ZC19.3 Apparatus
ZC19.4 Materials
ZC19.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZC19.6 Procedure
ZC19.7 Test report
ZC20 Wind test—Room sealed and open flued appliances
ZC20.1 Scope
ZC20.2 Principle
ZC20.3 Apparatus
ZC20.4 Materials
ZC20.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZC20.6 Procedure
ZC20.7 Test report
ZC21 Bearing pressure test
ZC21.1 Scope
ZC21.2 Principle
ZC21.3 Apparatus
ZC21.4 Materials
ZC21.5 Procedure
ZC21.6 Test report
ZC22 Strength of flue connection test
ZC22.1 Scope
ZC22.2 Principle
ZC22.3 Apparatus
ZC22.4 Preparation of apparatus
ZC22.5 Procedure
ZC22.5.1 For vertical load on an appliance with vertical flue
ZC22.5.2 For vertical load on an appliance with horizontal flue
ZC22.6 Test report
ZC23 Stability test
ZC23.1 Scope
ZC23.2 Principle
ZC23.3 Apparatus
ZC23.4 Preparation of apparatus
ZC23.5 Procedure
ZC23.6 Test report
ZC24 Hydrostatic strength test
ZC24.1 Scope
ZC24.2 Principle
ZC24.3 Apparatus
ZC24.4 Materials
ZC24.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZC24.6 Procedure
ZC24.7 Test report
ZC25 Pan stability test
ZC25.1 Scope
ZC25.2 Principle
ZC25.3 Apparatus
ZC25.4 Procedure
ZC25.5 Test report
ZC26 Body loading test
ZC26.1 Scope
ZC26.2 Principle
ZC26.3 Apparatus
ZC26.4 Preparation of apparatus
ZC26.5 Procedure
ZC26.6 Test report
ZC27 Primary guard attachment test
ZC27.1 Scope
ZC27.2 Principle
ZC27.3 Apparatus
ZC27.4 Preparation of apparatus
ZC27.5 Procedure
ZC27.6 Test report
ZC28 Primary guard attachment incorporating glass test
ZC28.1 Scope
ZC28.2 Principle
ZC28.3 Apparatus
ZC28.4 Preparation of apparatus
ZC28.5 Procedure
ZC28.6 Test report
ZC29 Operation of oxygen depletion system test
ZC29.1 Scope
ZC29.2 Principle
ZC29.3 Apparatus
ZC29.4 Materials
ZC29.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZC29.6 Procedure
ZC29.7 Test report
ZC30 Vitiation test
ZC30.1 Scope
ZC30.2 Principle
ZC30.3 Apparatus
ZC30.4 Materials
ZC30.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZC30.6 Procedure
ZC30.7 Test report
ZC31 Combustion at low appliance inlet pressure test
ZC31.1 Scope
ZC31.2 Principle
ZC31.3 Apparatus
ZC31.4 Materials
ZC31.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZC31.6 Procedure
ZC31.7 Test report
ZC32 Emission rate test
ZC32.1 Scope
ZC32.2 Principle
ZC32.3 Materials
ZC32.4 Apparatus
ZC32.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZC32.6 Procedure
ZC32.7 Test report
ZC33 Spillage monitoring system test for appliances with an atmosphere sensing device
ZC33.1 Scope
ZC33.2 Principle
ZC33.3 Materials
ZC33.4 Apparatus
ZC33.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZC33.6 Procedure
ZC33.7 Test report
ZC34 Spillage monitoring system test for appliances with a combustion products discharge safety device
ZC34.1 Scope
ZC34.2 Principle
ZC34.3 Apparatus
ZC34.4 Materials
ZC34.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZC34.6 Procedure
ZC34.6.1 Nuisance shut down
ZC34.6.2 Test with complete blockage
ZC34.6.3 Test with partial blockage—Appliances with atmospheric burner
ZC34.6.4 Test with partial blockage—Appliances with fan assisted combustion systems
ZC34.7 Test report
Amendment control sheet
Cited references in this standard
BS 3193
Specification for thermally toughened glass panels for use in domestic appliances
[Current]
Industrial fuel-fired appliances
NZS 5435
Specification for liquefied petroleum gas (LPG)
[Current]
Hose and hose assemblies for liquefied petroleum gases (LP Gas), natural gas and town gas
[Current]
Pipe threads where pressure-tight joints are made on the threads, Part 1: Dimensions, tolerances and designation
Content history
[Superseded]
DR AS/NZS 5263.0:2016