2016/426 / EG – CE certification for gas appliances
A gas consumption device in the broader sense is any device that uses natural gas to convert energy.
The Gas Appliances Directive is being replaced by the new ordinance on appliances for the combustion of gaseous fuels and parts that are to be installed in gas appliances – legally valid since 2018.
All non-compliant gas products must be withdrawn from the market. The new Regulation 2016/426 contains several important updates to the existing requirements of the Gas Appliances Directive 2009/142 / EC that manufacturers and distributors should be aware of and understand the implications of.
Accordingly, they are considered to be a gas consumption device
- Appliances that are used for cooking, heating, water heating, cooling, lighting or washing purposes and with gaseous
- Fuels are operated at a normal water temperature of not more than 105 ° C
- Forced gas burners and the associated heat exchangers
Devices specifically designed for use in industrial processes in industrial operations, such as B. Hot gas generator