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CSA CAN1-2.15

Gas-Fired Domestic Lighting Appliances

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Organization: CSA
Publication Date: 1 January 1983
Status: inactive
Page Count: 32
scope:

This standard applies to newly produced illuminating appliances constructed entirely of new, unused parts and materials,

a. for use with natural gas;

b. for use with propane;

c. for use with butane.

These requirements cover gas-fired lighting appliances intended for either outdoor or indoor installation for attachment to fixed gas piping systems, Appliances approved for indoor use under this standard are also suitable for use in mobile homes and recreational vehicles when properly installed.

This standard is not intended to cover open-flame illuminating appliances having an input rating in excess of 5,000 Btu per hour (1465 W) per burner.

Document History

January 1, 2016
Gas-Fired Domestic Lighting Appliances
This Standard applies to newly produced illuminating appliances constructed entirely of new, unused parts and materials for use with: a) natural gas; b) propane; or c) butane.  These requirements...
March 1, 1983
Gas-Fired Domestic Lighting Appliances
This standard applies to newly produced illuminating appliances constructed entirely of new, unused parts and materials, a. for use with natural gas; b. for use with propane; c. for use with...
March 1, 1983
Gas-Fired Domestic Lighting Appliances
This standard appliesto newly produced illuminating appliances constructed entirely of new, unused parts and materials, a. for use with naturai gas; b. for use with propane; c. for use with...
CSA CAN1-2.15
January 1, 1983
Gas-Fired Domestic Lighting Appliances
This standard applies to newly produced illuminating appliances constructed entirely of new, unused parts and materials, a. for use with natural gas; b. for use with propane; c. for use with...
January 1, 1983
Gas-Fired Domestic Lighting Appliances
Thisstandard appliesto newly produced illuminating appliances constructed entirely of new, unused parts and materials, a. for use with naturai gas; b. for use with propane; c. for use with butane....
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