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SNZ AS/NZS 5263.1.11

Gas appliances Part 1.11: Small gas engine driven appliances

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Organization: SNZ
Publication Date: 20 November 2020
Status: active
Page Count: 70
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This Standard provides specific requirements and test methods for an appliance for fixed installation comprising a naturally aspirated gas fuelled spark ignition reciprocating internal combustion engine with energy input not exceeding 1000 MJ/h, powering one of the following:

(a) Air conditioner.

(b) Heat pump.

(c) Electricity generator.

(d) Gas compressor.

For Australia, the fuel gases are natural gas (as described by AS 4564), liquefied petroleum gas (LP Gas), as described by AS 4670 and simulated natural gas (SNG).

For New Zealand -

(i) The fuel gases are natural gas (as specified in NZS 5442) and general product liquefied petroleum gas (NZLPG) (as specified in NZS 5435).

(ii) The thermal efficiency requirements are informative only, except where they relate to safety. Appendix AA provides a figure and table referenced in this Standard that are in addition to those in AS/NZS 5263.0.

Test methods are set out in Appendices ZA, ZB and ZC (see Clause 1.4).

NOTE Other statutory or regulatory requirements may be applicable to a product that falls within the scope of this Standard. It is the responsibility of the manufacturer, importer or distributor (as appropriate) to ensure that products comply with such requirements.

Document History

SNZ AS/NZS 5263.1.11
November 20, 2020
Gas appliances Part 1.11: Small gas engine driven appliances
This Standard provides specific requirements and test methods for an appliance for fixed installation comprising a naturally aspirated gas fuelled spark ignition reciprocating internal combustion...

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