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AS/NZS 5263.1.7:2016

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Gas appliances, Part 1.7: Domestic outdoor gas barbecues

Specifies requirements and test methods that apply in addition to or in place of the general requirements for gas appliances set out in AS5263.0 for domestic outdoor gas barbecues and solid fuel-to-gas conversion kits which use natural gas, town gas, LP Gas and tempered liquefied petroleum gas as a fuel, with an energy input not exceeding 200MJ/h.
Published: 08/03/2016
Pages: 47
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Table of contents
Cited references
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Table of contents
Header
About this publication
Preface
1 Scope and general
1.1 Scope
1.1.101 Application
1.2 Referenced documents
1.3 Definitions
1.4 Test methods
2 Design and construction
2.1 Scope of Section
2.2 General design requirements
2.2.3 Fitting of flame safeguards
2.2.12 Provision for removal of condensate
2.2.101 LP Gas cylinder mounting means
2.2.102 Means to prevent accidental closure of hood or lid
2.2.103 Provision and location of grease receptacle
2.2.104 Design to prevent ignition of accumulated grease
2.2.105 Weatherproofing
2.2.106 Pan supports for side burners
2.2.107 Prevention of separation of barbecues from detachable trolleys
2.2.108 Adequacy of means of support
2.3 Materials
2.4 Design for assembly and installation
2.4.3 Gas inlet connection
2.4.5 Restraint where a hose assembly is used
2.4.101 Provision of hose assembly
2.4.102 Appliances for connection to cylinders
2.4.103 Appliances for connection to the consumer piping using a quick connect device
2.4.104 Disconnection of appliances from fixed installation
2.4.105 Side burner support shelf
2.5 Design for maintenance
2.5.8 Means for gas pressure measurement
2.6 Design for operation
2.6.4 Primary guards openings
2.7 Controls and safety devices
2.7.1 Safety shut off system
2.7.7 Tip over switch
2.7.101 Self-latching gas valves
2.8 Gas train
2.8.2 Provision of pressure regulators
2.9 Combustion air and flue systems
2.10 Fan assisted combustion systems
2.11 Burner and ignition systems
2.11.2 Protection of ports and injectors
2.11.3 Restrictions on gauze over primary air ports
2.11.13 Interconnected burners
2.12 Components
2.12.1 Safety components
2.13 Cylinders and cylinder compartments
2.13.1 Indoor appliances
2.13.6 Protection from spillover
2.14 Markings
2.14.1 Permanent markings on appliances
2.14.7 Marking of thermostat controls
2.14.11 Direction of rotation of fans
2.14.12 Label on guard
2.14.13 Flue terminal marking
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
2.15.3 Operation
2.15.3.1 General
2.15.4 Maintenance
2.15.4.2 Servicing instructions and maintenance schedule
2.15.4.101 Maintenance instructions
3 Preliminary tests — Line gases
3.1 General
3.1.101 Side burners and other accessory burners
3.2 Preparation for testing
3.3 Gas leakage
3.4 Gas consumption
3.4.101 Tolerance on determined gas consumption of multiple burners
3.5 Gas pressure regulators
3.6 Ignition and safety shut off systems
3.6.101 Manual ignition by match
3.6.102 Cross-ignition
3.7 Ignition of draped fabric
4 Tests under limiting conditions
4.1 General
4.2 CO/CO2 ratio limits of any independent surface combustion burner — Underload
4.3 CO/CO2 Ratio limits of any 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 Noise of extinction
4.15 Effect of opening and closing doors at turndown condition
4.16 Sooting — Luminous effect appliances
4.17 Burner interference at ignition or during combustion
4.101 Ignition at turndown gas consumption
5 Performance tests
5.1 Combustion air supply
5.2 Flue operation
5.3 Condensate
5.4 Noise of operation
5.5 Temperature hazards
5.5.2 Appliance operating conditions
5.5.5 Temperature limits — Surfaces likely to be accidentally touched
5.5.6 Temperature limits — Appliance safety
5.5.6.101 Grease collection tray or container
5.5.6.102 LP Gas Cylinders
5.5.7 Temperature limits — Protection from contact with the heat source
5.6 Heat resistance of appliance
5.6.1 Dummy
5.6.1.2 Test conditions
5.6.1.3 Assessment
5.6.3 Minimum temperature requirements of heat exchangers during warming-up period
5.6.4 Maximum temperature requirements for heat exchanger materials
5.7 Durability
5.7.3 Effect of spillover on ignition systems
5.8 Electrical supply variation or failure
5.9 Appliance operation under linting conditions
5.10 Rain test for outdoor and room sealed appliances
5.11 Operation under windy conditions
5.12 Strength and stability
5.12.1 Bearing pressure
5.12.2 Strength of flue connection
5.12.4 Hydrostatic strength
5.12.6 Body loading
5.12.7 Attachment of primary guard
5.12.8 Strength of primary guard incorporating glass
5.12.101 Resistance to load — Side burners
5.13 Thermal efficiency
5.14 Vitiation and emissions
Appendix A
Appendix B
B.1 Scope
B.2 Variations to AS/NZS 5263.0—2013
Appendix ZA
ZA.2 Gas consumption test
ZA.2.6 Procedure
ZA.101 Cross-ignition of appliances
ZA.101.1 Scope
ZA.101.2 Principle
ZA.101.3 Apparatus
ZA.101.4 Materials
ZA.101.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZA.101.6 Procedure
ZA.101.7 Test report
Appendix ZB
ZB.1 Determination of CO/CO2 ratio of combustion products
ZB.1.3 Apparatus
ZB.2 Determination of CO/CO2 ratio of combustion products
ZB.2.3 Apparatus
ZB.2.4 Materials
ZB.2.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZB.2.6 Procedure
ZB.4 Flame characteristics at maximum and minimum limiting conditions test
ZB.4.2 Principle
ZB.4.3 Apparatus
ZB.4.6 Procedure
ZB.4.6.2
ZB.4.6.3
ZB.5 Burner ignition at maximum and minimum limiting conditions test
ZB.5.2 Principle
ZB.5.3 Apparatus
ZB.5.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZB.5.6 Procedure
ZB.6 Delayed ignition at maximum and minimum limiting conditions test
ZB.6.2 Principle
ZB.6.3 Apparatus
ZB.6.5 Preparation of apparatus
ZB.6.6 Procedure
ZB.8 Pilot ignition and stability at maximum and minimum limiting conditions test
ZB.8.6 Procedure
ZB.8.7 Test report
ZB.13 Effect of opening and closing doors at turndown condition test
ZB.13.4 Materials
ZB.13.6 Procedure
Appendix ZC
Cited references in this standard
[Pending Revision]
Hose and hose assemblies for liquefied petroleum gases (LP Gas), natural gas and town gas
[Current]
Commercial propane and commercial butane for heating purposes
[Current]
Essential requirements for gas equipment
[Current]
General-purpose natural gas
[Current]
Regulator for use with liquefied petroleum — Vapour phase
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