CSA - C22.2 NO. 113-15
Fans and ventilators
|Publication Date:||1 January 2015|
This Standard applies to fans and ventilation equipment that is
a) cord-connected, rated at not more than 250 V;
c) used in non-hazardous locations; d) used in household, commercial, agricultural, or industrial locations;
e) used indoors or outdoors; and
f) used in accordance with the Rules of the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I.
This Standard applies to roof and wall-mounted power ventilators, exhaust and filter units consisting of an air-circulating fan and a mechanical filter, fans for use in unattended areas, clothes dryer booster fans for use in the exhaust duct of household clothes dryers, blowers intended for household, commercial or industrial use, and air curtains without any heating.
This Standard applies to air-circulating-type
This Standard applies to fans such as wall insert, ceiling insert, attic, duct, bathtub and shower stall, household range hoods or canopies, household down-draft fans, and window fans. It also applies to fantype air-to-air heat exchangers, component fans including extra-low voltage component fans, and to commercial fans and blowers used for carpet cleaning or flood restoration and remediation.
This Standard does not apply to the following:
a) air conditioning equipment;
b) electric air heaters;
c) fan coil units;
e) evaporative coolers;
f) electrostatic or ionizer air cleaners;
g) blowers of particulate matter;
h) air-to-air heat exchangers with gas or oil-fired heating means;
i) air curtains with heaters;
j) fans and ventilators intended to exhaust flammable vapours;
k) fans and ventilators intended to be used with vehicle exhaust systems; and
l) combination microwave/range hood units.
Throughout this Standard, the term "fan" also includes ventilators.
The values given in SI units are the units of record for the purposes of this Standard. The values given in parentheses are for information and comparison only.
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