Sport Boat Regulation 2015 - 2015 Spbv

Original Language Title: Sportbooteverordnung 2015 – SpBV 2015

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41. Decree of the Federal Minister for science, research and economy regarding the requirements of recreational craft and personal watercraft (sports boat regulation 2015 - 2015 SpBV)

On the basis of § 2 para 1 of the machines - placing - and NotifizierungsG - MING, Federal Law Gazette I no. 77/2015, is prescribed:

Table of contents


1 section General provisions § 1 purpose, implementation of EU law § 2. scope § 3. definitions § 4. basic requirements § 5. national regulations for the navigation of the § 6 free movement of goods section 2 obligations of economic operators § 7 obligations of the manufacturer § 8 authorized § 9 obligations of importers § 10 obligations of the dealer § 11 cases in which the obligations of the manufacturer importer and distributor shall apply article 12 obligations of private importers § 13 identification of economic operators 3. section conformity of the product § 14 presumption of conformity § 15 EC declaration of conformity and declaration referred to in annex III § 16 general principles of the CE marking § 17 products for which marking is prescribed is section 18 requirements and conditions for the affixing of the CE marking section 4 conformity assessment § 19 applicable conformity evaluation procedure § 20 design and construction § 21 emissions § 22 noise section 23 assessment after construction § 24 additional requirements § 25 technical documents 5. section notification of conformity assessment bodies section 26 information obligations of the notifying authority § 27 requirements on notified bodies § 28 presumption of conformity § 29 affiliates of notified bodies and subcontracting § 30 notification procedure § 31 identification numbers and directory notified Make § 32. changes the notifications section 33. challenge of the competence of notified bodies § 34. obligations of notified bodies in relation to their work § 35. reporting obligations of notified bodies article 36 coordination of notified bodies 6 section monitoring § 37. monitoring of the Union market and monitoring of products introduced on the Union market products § 38. procedure for the treatment of products, with which connected to a danger is § § 40. reporting 7 39. formal non-compliance section entry into force , Transitional and final provisions § 41. entry into force of § 42. transitional provisions § 43. linguistic equal treatment the attachments directory



Annex





I





Basic requirements







Annex





II





Components for watercraft







Annex





III





Declaration of the manufacturer or the importer of the incomplete water vehicle (§ 6 paragraph 2)







Annex





IV





EU Declaration of conformity







Annex





V





Equivalent conformity based of of assessment for construction (module PCA) on







Annex





VI





Additional requirements for application of module A1 (internal production control plus supervised product testing) (article 24 paragraph 2)







Annex





VII





Audit of the production conforms to the emissions and noise regulations







Annex





VIII





Supplementary procedures for application of module C (conformity to type based on internal production control)







Annex





IX





Technical documents





1 section

General terms and conditions

Purpose, implementation of EU law

1. (1) the objective of this regulation is to ensure that the products referred to in article 2, paragraph 1 only then are placed on the market or made available on the market, if they meet the requirements of the directive referred to in paragraph 2, which ensure a high level of protection as regards the health and safety of people, as well as on goods and the environment and at the same time to guarantee the functioning of the internal market.

(2) by this regulation, the directive will be 2013/53/EC on recreational craft and personal watercraft and repealing of Directive 94/25/EC, OJ No. L 354 of the 28.12.2013 S. 90 transposed into Austrian law.

(3) water vessels referred to in article 3 are considered products within the meaning of this Regulation Z 1 including the for this particular drive motors and components within the meaning of § 2 ABS. 1.

Scope

2. (1) this Regulation applies to the following products:



1. sports and incomplete sports boats;

2. personal watercraft and incomplete personal watercraft;

3. in annex II components, if they are placed on the Union market independently (hereinafter "components");

4. traction motors, water vehicles are mounted or installed or specifically for the intended attachment to or installed in these vehicles;

5. for vessels built or built drive motors, where a larger reconstruction of the engine performed;

6 water vehicles, where a major reconstruction is undertaken;

7 water vehicles that can be used also for Charter - or sports - and leisure training purposes, provided that they are placed on the market in the Union market for recreational purposes.

(2) this Regulation shall not apply to the following products:



1. with regard to annex I part A requirements for design and construction: a) intended only for racing and labelled by the manufacturer water vehicles, including Rennruderbooten and training rowing boat;

b) canoes and Kayaks are designed for the excavation only by muscle power as well as gondolas and pedalos;

(c) surfboards, which are designed exclusively for propulsion by wind and be operated by one or more persons;

(d) surfboards;

e) original historical craft and made predominantly with the original materials and labelled by the manufacturer individual replicas of before 1950 designed historic water vehicles;

f) serving experimental craft, provided they are not brought on the Union market

(g) water vehicles for personal use, provided they determined on the basis of the operation of the vessel, not below; brought during a period of five years, on the Union market

h) craft for the specific purpose, with a team reception and commercially to transport passengers, regardless of the number of passengers and notwithstanding paragraph 1 Z 7.

(i) submersibles;

(j) air cushion vehicles;

(k) hydrofoils;

l) water vehicles with steam powered vaguely on external combustion, operated with coal, coke, wood, oil or gas;

(m) amphibious vehicles, i.e. vehicles on wheeled or tracked vehicles, which operated both in water and on land can be;

2. with regard to annex I part B listed requirements for exhaust emissions: a) built-in following products or certain specially for the installation drive motors: aa) craft intended solely for racing and labelled by the manufacturer;

serving bb) experimental purposes water vehicles, if they are not brought on the Union market

CC) water vehicles, for the specific purpose, to be staffed with a crew and commercially to transport passengers, regardless of the number of passengers, and notwithstanding paragraph 1 Z 7.

DD) submersibles;

EE) air cushion vehicles;

FF) hydrofoils;

Gg) amphibious vehicles, i.e. on wheeled or tracked motor vehicles operated both in water and on land can be.

b) original engines and individual replicas from before 1950 designed historical propulsion engines, which were not produced in series and in vessels in accordance with subpara 1 lit. e or g are incorporated;

(c) for personal use-built drive motors, as long as it is during a period of five years, calculated from the operation of the vessel, not below; brought on the Union market

3. with regard to annex I part C listed requirements for noise emissions: a) all craft referred to in item 2;

b) craft built for own use, as long as they are a period of five years, calculated from the operation of the vessel, not subsequently placed on the Union market.

Definitions

§ 3. The purposes of this regulation, the term may refer to:



1. "Vessel": recreational craft or personal watercraft;

2. "Pleasure craft": all water vehicles - regardless of the type of drive and to the exclusion of personal watercraft - with a hull length from 2,5 m to 24 m, intended for sports and leisure purposes.

3. "personal watercraft": for sports and leisure purposes certain water vehicles with less than 4 m hull length, using a drive motor having Jet pump as its primary source of propulsion and designed are, to be, that on the fuselage, rather than in sitting, standing or kneeling; operated by one or more persons

4. "Craft built for own use": water vehicles, produced mainly by their future users for personal use.


5. 'Propulsion engine': all directly or indirectly for the purposes of drive used foreign - or compression ignition internal combustion engines;

6 "larger reconstruction of the engine": a reconstruction of the drive motor, which might cause the motor part B specified emission limit values exceeds that in annex I, or the increased the engine power by more than 15%;

7 "greater conversion of the vessel": a reconstruction of the vessel, in which the propulsion of the vessel is changed, the motor undergoes a major conversion or change the water vehicle to such an extent, that possibly fails to fulfil in this regulation laid down basic safety and environmental requirements;

8 "Drive type": the procedures with which the water vehicle powered;

9 'Engine family': a group split from the manufacturer of engines, which have similar characteristics with regard to its exhaust or noise emissions due to their design;

10 "Hull length": the length of the hull, measured according to the harmonised standard.

11 "Making available on the market": any payment or free of charge of a product for distribution, consumption or use on the Union market in the course of a business;

12 "placing on the market': the first making available of a product on the Union market;

13 "Commissioning": the first use of a product covered by this regulation in the Union by the end user.

14 'Manufacturer': any natural or legal person who manufactures a product or develop or manufactured and marketed the product under their own name or their own trade mark.

15 "authorised representative": each resident within the European Union, natural or legal person, in writing, appointed by a manufacturer to perceive certain tasks on his behalf;

16 "importer": each resident within the European Union, natural or legal person, who makes a product from a third country on the Union market;

17 "private importers": each resident within the European Union, natural or legal person, bringing a product from a third country in the course of a non-commercial activity on the Union market with the intention in transport for own use in operation to take it;

18 'Dealer': any natural or legal person in the supply chain that provides a product on the market, with the exception of the manufacturer or the importer;

19 "Economic operators": the manufacturer, the agents, the importer and the Distributor;

20 harmonized standard": a harmonized standard in accordance with the definition in article 2 paragraph 1, lit. c of the Regulation (EU) No. 1025 / 2012 to the European standardisation, amending Directives 89/686/EEC and 93/15/EEC as well as directives 94/9/EC, 94/25/EC, 95/16/EC, 97/23/EC, 98/34/EC, 2004/22/EC, 2007/23/EC, 2009/23/EC and 2009/105/EC and repealing Decision 87/95/EEC and decision No 1673/2006/EC , OJ L 316 of the 14.11.2012 S. 12;

21 "Accreditation": an accreditation within the meaning of article 2 Z 10 of Regulation (EC) No. 765/2008 on the requirements for accreditation and market surveillance relating to the marketing of products and repealing Regulation (EEC) No 339/93, OJ L 218 of August 13, 2008 p. 30;

22 "national accreditation body": a national accreditation body within the meaning of article 2 Z 11 of Regulation (EC) No. 765/2008;

23 "Conformity assessment": the procedure after, determined whether the requirements of this regulation in a product, a process or a system have; been fulfilled

24 "Conformity assessment body": a body that performs conformity assessment activities including calibration, testing, certifications and inspections;

25 "Callback": any measure which one targets the end user of already deployed product on the achieving of the return;

26 'Withdrawal': any measure, that is, to prevent that a progress in the supply chain product on the market, provided

27 "Market surveillance": the activities undertaken by the authorities and measures taken by them to ensure that the products of the Union match the requirements of the relevant Community harmonisation and no danger to the health, safety or other public interest protected areas represent;

28 'CE marking': marking by which the manufacturer declares that the product meets the requirements laid down in the harmonisation of legislation in the European Union about its affixing;

29 ' harmonisation legislation of the Union ': legislation of the European Union on the harmonisation of the conditions for the marketing of products, 30 "market surveillance authority": in accordance with § 6 ABS. 1 MING to carry out market surveillance authority.

Basic requirements

§ 4. The products referred to in section 2 paragraph 1 may be only provided or commissioned, if they endanger the health and safety of persons and property nor the environment with proper maintenance and use according to their intended purpose, and at the same time comply with the relevant essential requirements of annex I.

National regulations for shipping

§ Are not affected by this regulation 5 provisions of the legislation on protection of the environment and the structure of the waterways, as well as to ensure of the safety on the waterways for navigation on certain waters as long as these provisions require no modification of this regulation corresponding to water vessels and those provisions are justified and proportionate.

Free movement of goods

The market surveillance authorities may not restrict the provision on the market or, without prejudice to article 5, the commissioning of water vehicles § 6 (1), if they comply with this regulation.

(2) the market surveillance authorities may not be able to restrict the deployment on the market of incomplete vessels if the manufacturer or the importer referred to in annex III, that the completion of the vessel by others is intended.

(3) the market surveillance authorities may not restrict the making available on the market or the putting into service of this Regulation appropriate components, intended to the statement referred to in section 15 of the manufacturer or importer to be installed in a water vehicle.

(4) the market surveillance authorities shall not impede the making available on the market or putting into service of the following drive motors:



1 engines, whether in vessels built or not, which comply with this regulation;

2. in vessels built and in accordance with the directive 97/68/EC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to measures against the emission of gaseous and particulate pollutants from internal combustion engines for mobile machines and devices, OJ No L 59 of the 27.02.1998 p. 1, last amended by Directive 2011/88/EC, OJ L 305 of the 23.11.2011 S. 1, type-approved engines, with the limits of the stage III A, level III B or level IV for compression-ignition engines for other applications than the drive Z 4.1.2 of that directive be used by barges, locomotives and railcars listed in annex I and the regulation match, except the requirements in relation to emissions in annex I part B;

3. in vessels built and under Regulation (EC) No. 595/2009 on the type-approval of motor vehicles and engines with respect to emissions from heavy duty vehicles (Euro VI) and on access to vehicle repair and maintenance information, amending Regulation (EC) no 715/2007 and Directive 2007/46/EC and repealing directives 80/1269/EEC, 2005/55/EC and 2005/78/EC , OJ No L 188 of July 18, 2009 p. 1, last amended by Regulation (EC) No. 133/2014 for the adaptation of Directive 2007/46/EC, Regulation (EC) No. 595/2009 and the Regulation (EU) No. 582/2011 to technical progress with regard to the emission limit values OJ No. L 47 of the 18.02.2014 taken from p. 1, type-approved engines, which comply with this regulation, the requirements for exhaust emissions in annex I part B.

(5) paragraph 4 Nos. 2 and 3 shall apply subject to the following condition: has been adjusted a motor for installation in a water vehicle, so the person who makes the adjustment, must ensure that the data and other information of the engine manufacturer to fully be considered in adjusting to ensure that the motor, if it according to the installation instructions of the person who has made the adjustment , is installed, continue to the directive 97/68/EC or under Regulation (EC) No. 595/2009 according to the engine manufacturer's declaration meets the requirements for exhaust emissions. The person who makes the adjustment of the motor, must declare pursuant to § 15, that the engine continues to no. 595/2009 according to the engine manufacturer's declaration meets the requirements for exhaust emissions according to Directive 97/68/EC or under Regulation (EC), if it is fitted in accordance with the installation instructions of the person who made the adjustment.


(6) for trade fairs, exhibitions and similar events, the products referred to in article 2, paragraph 1, which do not comply with the provisions of this regulation, may be exhibited, provided that a visible sign clearly indicates that these products comply with this regulation not and not provided in the Union commissioned can be or, as long as their compliance with this regulation is not established.

2. section

Obligations of economic operators

Obligations of the manufacturers

Section 7 (1) the manufacturer must, if they bring products on the market, ensure that they have been designed and manufactured in accordance with the requirements applicable to their products of section 4 and annex I.

(2) the manufacturer must create the technical documentation referred to in section 25 and perform or carry out the relevant conformity assessment procedures in accordance with sections 19 to 22 and § 24. Has been proven with the conformity assessment procedure, that a product meets the requirements of this regulation, manufacturers have to issue an EC declaration of conformity in accordance with section 15 and to affix the CE marking in accordance with sections 17 and 18.

(3) the manufacturer must retain for 10 years the technical documentation and the EC declaration of conformity, as well as the Declaration in accordance with § 15 paragraph 5 after the placing on the market of the product.

(4) the manufacturer must ensure through appropriate procedures that compliance with this regulation in repetitive manufacturing is always ensured. Changes to the design of a product or its characteristics as well as changes in the harmonized standards or other technical specifications referred to in Declaration of conformity of a product must be considered reasonable. The manufacturer must, if this is considered appropriate in view of the dangers posed by a product, take samples of products made available on the market to protect of the health and safety of consumers, tests, if necessary, result in a register of complaints, of non-conforming products the product recalls and keep distributors informed of such monitoring.

(5) the manufacturer must ensure that products which they have placed on the market, a type, batch or serial number or a different flag wear their identification, or, where this is not possible because of the size or nature of the product that the required information on the packaging or in the enclosed documents specify the product.

(6) the manufacturer must their name, their company or registered trade mark and their contact address, under which they are reached, specify either on the product itself or, if this is not possible, document accompanying the product on the packaging or in the. In the address, a single point must be specified under which the manufacturer can be achieved.

(7) the manufacturer must ensure that the operating instructions and the safety information in the owner's manual in German language are attached to the product.

(8) manufacturers who consider or have reason to believe that a product placed by them in traffic is not this regulation, must take immediate corrective measures that are needed to manufacture this product or to take it back, if necessary, or to call back. Also, the manufacturer if there are risks associated with the product, must immediately inform the national authorities of the Member States where they have deployed the product on the market, about and making detailed information, in particular about the non-compliance and the remedial measures taken.

(9) the manufacturer have the market surveillance authority whose following a reasoned request all information and documents which are required to demonstrate of the conformity of the product with this regulation, to be in paper form or by electronic means in German language. They must cooperate with this authority at its request with all measures to prevent risks associated with products which they have placed on the market.

Agents

8. (1) a manufacturer may nominate in writing a representative.

(2) the obligation referred to in article 7, paragraph 1, and the preparation of technical documents may be not part of the job of an agent.

(3) a representative has in the order received from the manufacturer to perform specified tasks. The contract must allow the agent to carry out at least the following tasks:



1. keep a copy of the declaration pursuant to article 15 and the technical documentation for the market surveillance authorities for ten years after the placing on the market of the product;

2. at the substantiated request delivery of all information and documentation necessary to demonstrate of the conformity of a product to the market surveillance authorities and the authorities responsible for controlling the external border;

3. on request from the market surveillance authority cooperation in all measures to avert the risks associated with products that the remit of the agent belong.

Obligations of importers

Importers may bring only compliant products on the market § 9 (1).

(2) before you install a product on the market, importers shall ensure that the appropriate conformity assessment procedure was carried out by the manufacturer. You must ensure that the manufacturer has created the technical documentation, that the product with the CE marking in accordance with article 17 is provided, that him the documents required in accordance with article 15 and annex I part A-Z 2.5, annex I part B Z 4 and annex I part C Z 2 are attached and that the manufacturer has satisfied the requirements of article 7, paragraphs 5 and 6. Is an importer of considers or has reason to believe that a product does not match the essential requirements referred to in article 4 and annex I, he must bring this product not in traffic, before the conformity of the product is manufactured. If a risk associated with the product, the importer shall notify the manufacturer and the market surveillance authority thereof.

(3) the importers have their name, their company or registered trade mark and their contact address, under which they can be reached, either on the product itself or, if this is not possible, on its packaging or in the attached documentation to indicate the product.

(4) the importer must ensure that the operating instructions and the safety information in the owner's manual in German language are attached to the product.

(5) while a product is under their responsibility, the importer must ensure that the conditions of its storage or its transportation do not affect the compliance of the product with the requirements according to article 4 and annex I to this regulation.

(6) the importers have, if it is considered in light of the risks posed by a product as appropriate to make provided products to protect of the health and safety of consumers sampling on the market, to investigate them and, if necessary, to keep a register of complaints with respect to non-compliant products and recalls of products and to keep distributors informed of such monitoring activities.

(7) importers who consider or have reason to believe that a product placed by them in traffic is not this regulation, must immediately take the necessary remedial action to establish the conformity of the product or, where appropriate, to take back or get back. Also, importers, if there are risks associated with the product, must immediately inform the national authorities of the Member States of the European Union, where they have deployed the product on the market, about and making detailed information, in particular about the non-compliance and the remedial measures taken.

(8) the importer must provide a copy of the declaration pursuant to article 15 for the market surveillance authority after the placing on the market of the product, for ten years and make sure that they can submit this to the technical documentation on request.

(9) the importer must provide all information and documents which are required to demonstrate of the conformity of the product, the market surveillance authority, as well as the authorities responsible for controlling the external border following a reasoned request in paper form or by electronic means in German language. They must cooperate with these authorities on their request in all measures taken to prevent hazards associated with products, which they have placed on the market.

Obligations of distributors

The dealer must take into account the requirements of this regulation with due care § 10 (1), if they do not provide a product on the market.


(2) before you deploy a product on the market, the dealer must check whether is the product with the CE marking in accordance with article 17, whether the required documentation referred to in § 7 paragraph 7, § 15, annex I part A-Z 2.5, annex I part B Z 4 and annex I part C No. 2 as well as the instructions and safety information in German are included and whether the manufacturer and the importer the requirements of article 7, paragraphs 5 and 6 and article 9 Have complied with paragraph 3. A distributor considers or has reason to believe that a product does not match the requirements of section 4 and annex I, he must deploy this product on the market, until the compliance with the requirements has been established. If a hazard associated with the product, the dealer must also inform the manufacturer or the importer, as well as the market surveillance.

(3) while a product is under their responsibility, the dealer must ensure that the conditions of its storage or its transportation do not affect the compliance of the product with the requirements according to article 4 and annex I to this regulation.

(4) distributors who consider or have reason to believe that a product provided by them on the market is not this regulation, must ensure that the necessary remedial measures are taken to establish the conformity of the product or, where appropriate, to take back or get back. Also, the dealer when hazards associated with the product, must immediately inform the national authorities of the Member States of the European Union, where they have deployed the product on the market, about and making detailed information, in particular about the non-compliance and the remedial measures taken.

(5) the Distributor must provide all information and documents that are necessary to demonstrate the conformity of a product, the market surveillance authority whose following a reasoned request in paper form or electronically. They must cooperate with this authority at its request with all measures to stave off dangers associated with products that have made available on the market.

Cases in which the obligations of the manufacturer also apply to importers and distributors

§ 11. An importer or Distributor is the manufacturer for the purposes of this regulation and subject to the obligations of a manufacturer according to § 7, under his own name or his own brand on the market brings a product or a product already on the market changed so that compliance with the requirements of this regulation can be affected.

Obligations of the private importers

12. (1) does not comply with the manufacturer the tasks in relation to the compliance of the product with the provisions of this regulation, then it is the private importers prior to commissioning of the product to ensure that it was manufactured in accordance with the requirements of article 4 and annex I, and the obligations of the manufacturer in accordance with section 7, paragraph 2, to meet 3, 7 and 9 and meet.

(2) the necessary technical documentation to the manufacturer are not available, the private importers of this reasonable, claiming expertise has to create.

(3) the private importers shall ensure that the name and address of the notified body which has performed the conformity assessment of the product are listed on the product.

Identification of economic operators

§ 13 (1) the economic actors need to the market surveillance authorities on request who call economic operators,



1 of which they have; purchased a product

2 they have given to a product.

Economic operators need to can submit information, ten years after the purchase of the product, as well as ten years after the delivery of the product.

(2) private importers must designate the economic operator of the market surveillance authorities on request, from which they purchased the product. Private importers must retain the information referred to in paragraph 1 for a period of ten years after receipt of the product.

3. section

Conformity of the product

Presumption of conformity

§ 14. A compliance with the requirements of section 4 and annex I is to suspect products which comply with harmonised standards or parts thereof, the reference numbers of which have been published in the official journal of the European Union, which are covered by the relevant standards or parts thereof.

EU Declaration of conformity and declaration referred to in annex III

Section 15 (1) the EU Declaration of conformity States that compliance with the Z has been detected 2 or 3 requirements in section 4 and annex I and article 6 par. 4.

(2) the EU Declaration of conformity has in its structure the model in annex IV to this regulation to comply with the relevant modules set out in annex II of decision No. 768/2008/EC on a common regulatory framework for the marketing of products, and repealing Decision 93/465/EEC, OJ No. L 218 of August 13, 2008 p. 82, as well as elements specified in annex V to this regulation to contain and be kept up to date. It is to translate into German.

(3) with the exhibition of the EU Declaration of conformity the manufacturer or which has Z § 6 section 4 2 and 3 referred person who builds up the motor, to take over the responsibility for the conformity of the product.

(4) the EC declaration of conformity in accordance with paragraph 3 is to add the following products, when they are made available on the market or put into operation:



1. water vehicles;

2. components, if they are independently placed on the market;

3. drive motors.

(5) the Declaration referred to in annex III for incomplete water vehicles must contain the information specified in annex III; It is to enclose the incomplete water vehicle. It is to translate into German language.

General principles of the CE marking

§ 16. The General principles referred to in article 30 of Regulation (EC) no 765/2008 shall apply for the CE marking.

Products for which marking is prescribed

Section 17 (1) for the following products is mandatory CE marking when they are made available on the market or put into operation:



1. water vehicles;

2. components;

3. drive motors.

(2) the market surveillance authority referred to in paragraph 1 products which carry the CE marking has to assume that they comply with this regulation.

Rules and conditions for the affixing of the CE marking

Section 18 (1) the CE marking must be highly visible, legibly and permanently attached products referred to in article 17, paragraph 1. If this is not possible or not warranted due to the size or nature of the product components, she must be affixed on the packaging and accompanying documents. In the case of vessels marking on the label of the watercraft manufacturer, which is separately mounted by the identification number of the vessel, must be attached. In the case of a motor, the CE marking on the motor must be attached.

(2) the CE marking must be affixed prior to the placing on the market or the putting into operation of the product. According to the CE marking and the identification number referred to in paragraph 3, a symbol or other character can stand, indicating a special risk or use.

(3) in accordance with the CE marking must be the identification number of the notified body, if this place during the production control was engaged or involved in the review after construction. The identification number of the notified body is either by the body itself or according to your instructions by the manufacturer or by his authorised representative or of the section 19 para 2, 3 or 4 mentioned person to install.

4 section

Conformity assessment

To apply conformity assessment procedures

Section 19 (1) the manufacturer has to apply the procedures that are set forth above modules 21 and 22 in §§ 20, before he called products in article 2, paragraph 1.

(2) the private importers has the procedure according to § 23 apply before he takes a product named in § 2 para 1 in operation, if the manufacturer has not carried out the conformity assessment of the product in question.

(3) who brings an engine or a water vehicle after making major changes or changes in traffic or taking into operation or who changed the purpose of a water vehicle covered by this regulation so it affiliated by the regulation is covered, has prior to the placing on the market or the putting into operation of the product the procedure according to § 23 apply.

(4) If a craft built for own use before expiration of the in § 2 section 2 Z 1 lit.g of referred to five-year period on the market brings, the procedure has before placing on the market of the product according to § 23 apply.

Design and construction

Section 20 (1) for the design and construction of recreational craft are following procedures which are set out in annex II of decision No 768/2008/EC:



1. for the design categories A and B in accordance with Annex I part A-Z 1: a) for boats of hull length from 2,5 m to less than 12 m one of the following modules: aa)

Module A1 (internal production control plus supervised product testing);

BB) module B (EC type examination) with module C, D, E or F;

CC) module G (compliance on the basis of a single test);

DD) module H (compliance on the basis of a comprehensive quality assurance);

b) aa for pleasure craft with a hull length from 12 m to 24 m one of the following modules:) module B (EC type examination) with module C, D, E or F;

BB) module G (compliance on the basis of a single test);

CC) module H (compliance on the basis of a comprehensive quality assurance);

2. for the design category C in accordance with Annex I part A-Z 1: a) for boats of hull length from 2,5 m to less than 12 m one of the following modules: aa) in accordance with the standards in annex I, part harmonized A Z 3.2 and 3.3: module A (internal production control), module B (EC type examination) with module C, module A1 (internal production control plus supervised product testing) , D, E or F, module G (compliance on the basis of a single test) or module H (compliance on the basis of a comprehensive quality assurance);

BB) for non-conformity with the harmonised standards in annex I part A-Z 3.2 and 3.3: module A1 (internal production control plus supervised product checks), module B (EC type examination) with module C, D, E or F, module G (compliance on the basis of a single test) or module H (compliance on the basis of a comprehensive quality assurance);

b) aa for pleasure craft with a hull length from 12 m to 24 m one of the following modules:) module B (EC type examination) with module C, D, E or F;

BB) module G (compliance on the basis of a single test);

CC) module H (compliance on the basis of a comprehensive quality assurance);

3. for the design category D in accordance with Annex I part A-Z 1: for recreational craft with a hull length from 2,5 m to 24 m one of the following modules: a) module A (internal production control);

b) module A1 (internal production control plus supervised product testing);

(c) module B (EC type examination) with module C, D, E or F;

(d) module G (compliance on the basis of a single test);

(e) module H (compliance on the basis of a comprehensive quality assurance).

(2) one of the following procedures, which are set out in annex II of decision No 768/2008/EC applies to design and construction of water motorcycles:



1. module A (internal production control);

2. module A1 (internal production control plus supervised product testing);

3. module B (EC type examination) with module C, D, E or F;

4. module G (compliance on the basis of a single test);

5. module H (compliance on the basis of a comprehensive quality assurance).

(3) one of the following procedures, which are set out in annex II of decision No 768/2008/EC applies for the design and construction of components:



1. module B (EC type examination) with module C, D, E or F;

2. module G (compliance on the basis of a single test);

3. module H (compliance on the basis of a comprehensive quality assurance).

Exhaust emissions

§ 21. With regard to exhaust emissions in § 2 paragraph 1 Z 4 and 5 products referred has the manufacturer to apply the following procedures, which are set out in annex II of decision No 768/2008/EC:

(1) in the case of tests using the harmonised standard, one of the following modules:



1. module B (EC type examination) with module C, D, E or F;

2. module G (compliance on the basis of a single test);

3. module H (compliance on the basis of a comprehensive quality assurance);

(2) in the case of tests without the use of harmonised standard, one of the following modules:



1. module B (EC type examination) with module C1;

2. module G (compliance on the basis of a single test).

Noise emissions

§ 22 (1) as regards noise emissions from recreational craft engines with Z-drive without integrated exhaust system or internal drive unit Board, as well as by recreational craft engines with sterndrive without integrated exhaust system or with internal drive unit Board, where a larger reconstruction of the vessel is made and which are brought within five years after the conversion on the market, the manufacturer has to use the following procedure , which are set out in annex II of decision No 768/2008/EC:



1. when testing using the harmonised standard for noise measurement, one of the following modules: a) module A1 (internal production control plus supervised product testing);

b) module G (compliance on the basis of a single test);

(c) module H (compliance on the basis of a comprehensive quality assurance);

2. for tests without the use of the harmonised standard for noise measurement module G (compliance on the basis of a single test);

3. when using the procedure for the assessment of one of the following modules with Froude number and power displacement ratio: a) module A (internal production control);

b) module G (compliance on the basis of a single test);

(c) module H (compliance on the basis of a comprehensive quality assurance).

(2) as regards noise emissions by personal watercraft and outboard drive motors and motors with Z-drive and integrated exhaust system for the cultivation of recreational craft, the manufacturer of the watercraft or engine has the following procedures to apply, which are set out in annex II of decision No 768/2008/EC:



1. when testing using the harmonised standard for noise measurement, one of the following modules: a) module A1 (internal production control plus supervised product testing);

b) module G (compliance on the basis of a single test);

(c) module H (compliance on the basis of a comprehensive quality assurance).

2. for tests without the use of the harmonised standard for noise measurement module G (compliance on the basis of a single test).

Review after construction

section 23. The assessment referred to in article 19, paragraph 2, 3 and 4 after construction is carried out pursuant to annex V.

Additional requirements

Section 24 (1) use of module B of annex II to decision No 768/2008/EC the EU type-examination to perform, such as in no. 2, second indent of this module is specified.

A type may cover several product variants according to module B, if following conditions are fulfilled:



1. the differences between the versions affect not the desired safety and other required features of the product, and 2. the variants of the product identified in the corresponding EU type approval, if necessary changes to the original certificate in.

(2) when using module A1 of annex II of decision the product tests on one or more vessels shall be no 768/2008/EC, which are representative of the production of a manufacturer, and the other requirements of annex VI to this Regulation shall apply.

(3) the possibility of the use of accredited internal points according to the modules A1 and C1 of annex II of decision No 768/2008/EC is not given.

(4) in the case of use of module F of annex II to decision No 768/2008/EC procedure provided for in annex VII to this Regulation applies the assessment of conformity with the requirements concerning exhaust emissions.

(5) module is C of annex II of decision No. 768 / 2008 / EC in relation to the assessment of conformity with the requirements of this regulation for exhaust emissions use and works the manufacturer not according to a relevant quality system according to module H of annex II of decision No. 768 / 2008 / EC, shall carry out product tests, or they carry a notified body chosen by the manufacturer, at irregular intervals defined by you , to check the quality of the internal checks of the product. Evaluates the level of quality as inadequate or it seems necessary to verify the accuracy of the information supplied by the manufacturer, is to proceed according to the procedure of set out in annex VIII to this regulation.

Technical documents

The technical documentation referred to in section 7, paragraph 2 must contain all relevant information and details of the means of section 25 (1), with which the manufacturer shall ensure that the product meets the requirements of section 4 and annex I. In particular, they include the relevant documents listed in annex IX.

(2) the technical documentation to ensure that design, manufacture and conformity assessment of functioning can be clearly understood.

5. section

Notification of conformity assessment bodies

Information obligations of the notifying authority

Section 26 (1) the Federal Minister for science, research and industry shall notify the European Commission and the other Member States of the European Union the bodies which are authorised to carry third-party compliance tasks in accordance with this regulation.

(2) the Federal Minister for science, research and economy has the European Commission of their procedures for the assessment and notification of conformity assessment bodies and the monitoring of notified bodies, as well as to inform of any changes.

Requirements for notified bodies


Section 27 (1) has a conformity assessment body for the purposes of notification in accordance with this regulation to comply with the requirements of paragraphs 2 to 11.

(2) a conformity assessment body must have been founded under Austrian law and have legal personality.

(3) in the case of a conformity assessment body's must be an independent third party, the with of the organisation or the product it assesses that, is no connection. A body that belongs to a trade association or a trade association and rated the products on their design, manufacturing, provision, Assembly, use or maintenance involved companies, which are represented by this association can be considered such a body, unless it is demonstrated that it is independent and no conflicts of interest exist.

(4) a conformity assessment body, its top level of management and the personnel responsible for the conformity assessment tasks



1. must be not designer, manufacturer, supplier, Installer, purchaser, owner, user or maintenance operation of the products to be evaluated or representatives of one of these parties; This excludes using already an assessed products that are necessary for the activity of the conformity assessment body or the use of such products for personal use;

2. may neither directly to design or manufacture, marketing, installation, use or maintenance of those products be involved, nor represent the parties involved in these activities. They may not deal with activities, which may affect their independence in assessing or their integrity relating to the conformity assessment activities for which they are notified. This applies particularly for consulting services.

The conformity assessment bodies must ensure that activities of their subsidiaries or subcontractors do not affect the confidentiality, objectivity and impartiality of its conformity assessment activities.

(5) the conformity assessment bodies and their employees need to perform the conformity assessment activities with the highest degree of professional and the necessary expertise in the relevant field; they should not be exposed any inducements, particularly financial, which could affect their judgement or the results of their conformity assessment activities, and specifically emanates from persons or groups of persons who have an interest in the outcome of these activities.

(6) a conformity assessment body must be able to resolve all conformity assessment tasks that was her regardless of whether these tasks are fulfilled by the body itself, on its behalf or under its responsibility in accordance with sections 19 to 24 to fall and for which they shall notify. A conformity assessment body must at all times for each conformity assessment procedure and for each type and category of products for which it has been notified, have about



1. the necessary staff with technical knowledge and sufficient relevant experience to perform the conformity assessment tasks;

2. descriptions of procedures, according to which conformity assessment is carried out to ensure the transparency and the repeatability of these procedures; It must have an adequate policy and procedures, a distinction is made between the tasks which they perceived as notified body, and other activities;

3. procedures for the implementation of activities, taking due account of the size of a company, the industry in which it operates, its structure, the degree of complexity of the product technology and the fact that the production process is a mass production or mass production.

(7) employees, who are responsible for carrying out the conformity assessment activities,



1. a sound technical and vocational training, which includes all activities for conformity assessment in the field, for which the conformity assessment body notified was, 2. a satisfactory knowledge of the requirements associated with the reviews to be conducted, and the appropriate powers conduct such reviews, 3. appropriate knowledge and proper understanding of the essential requirements, of the applicable harmonised standards and the relevant harmonisation legislation of the Union and the corresponding national legislation and 4 the ability to create certificates , To have logs and reports as evidence of carried out reviews.

(8) the impartiality of the conformity assessment bodies, their top management levels and assessment personnel is to ensure. The remuneration of top-level management and staff evaluate the conformity assessment body must not depend on the number of assessments carried or their results.

(9) the conformity assessment bodies must take out liability insurance.

(10) employees of a conformity assessment body are subject to the professional confidentiality with regard to information they received in carrying out their tasks in accordance with articles 19 to 24 or one of the relevant national provisions, cases; This does not apply to the market surveillance authorities. Property rights must be protected.

(11) the conformity assessment bodies must participate notified bodies in the relevant standardisation activities and the activities of the coordination group, which in the framework of Directive 2013/53/EU has been created, or ensure that its assessment personnel is informed of, and from this group must apply developed administrative decisions and documents as a general guideline.

Presumption of conformity

Section 28 a conformity assessment body proves that it harmonised the criteria of the relevant standards or parts thereof complies, the reference numbers of which have been published in the official journal of the European Union, it is assumed that she meets the requirements according to § 27, in so far as the applicable harmonised standards cover those requirements.

Affiliates of notified bodies and subcontracting

Section 29 (1) awards the notified specific tasks connected with conformity assessment to subcontractors or she transfers them to a branch company, so you must ensure that the subcontractor or the subsidiary meets the requirements of section 27, and must inform the notifying Authority accordingly.

(2) the notified bodies independently suffer the full responsibility for the work carried out by subcontractors or subsidiaries, wherever these are established.

(3) activities may be only given to a subcontractor or transfer a branch company, if the customer agrees.

(4) the notified bodies should keep work carried out for the notifying authority the relevant documents on the assessment of the qualifications of the subcontractor or the subsidiary and which of them in accordance with articles 19 to 24.

Notification procedure

Section 30 (1) may designate the notifying authority only conformity assessment bodies which comply with the requirements of § 27.

(2) a notification shall contain full details of the conformity assessment activities, the or the relevant conformity assessment modules and products, as well as the relevant confirmation of competence.

Identification numbers and directory of notified bodies

§ 31. In accordance with article 35 of Directive 2013/53/EC, the European Commission of any notified body assigns an identification number. Even if a site for several Union legislation is notified, it receives only a single identification number. In addition, the Federal Minister for science, research and economy a notified body that was authorized by a notifying authority for the assessment of conformity according to construction, assigns an identification code.

Modifications of notifications

So he has section 32 (1) if notes the Federal Minister for science, research and business, or is that a body notified by him no longer satisfies the requirements referred to in section 27 or that it does not fulfil its obligations, informed, if necessary, to restrict the notification, to suspend it or revoke it where it takes account of the extent in which these requirements was not enough or has not complied with these obligations. He has to inform the European Commission and the other Member States of the European Union without delay.

(2) restriction, suspension or withdrawal of the notification or if the notified body adjusts its activity, sent the files for further processing to another notified the notified body affected by the change of the notification and shall ensure that they are held for the notifying authority and the market surveillance authorities on request.

Challenge of the competence of notified bodies


§ 33 (1) the Federal Minister for science, research and economy given all information concerning the basis for the notification or the maintenance of the competence of the notified body the Commission for the investigation of those cases where it doubts on the competence of a notified body or the continued fulfilment of the requirements and obligations by a notified body or her doubts be it brought to the attention, on request.

(2) in accordance with article 37 paragraph 4 of Directive 2013/53/EC, the European Commission adopts an implementing Act if it finds that a notified body does not, or no longer meets the requirements for its notification. The Federal Minister for science, research and economy meets corrective measures, due to the finding of the Commission, if necessary, including a withdrawal of the notification, unless this is necessary.

Obligations of notified bodies in relation to their work

34. (1) the notified bodies have carried out the conformity assessment in accordance with the conformity assessment procedures referred to in articles 19 to 24.

(2) conformity assessment be performed respecting the proportionality, and avoid unnecessary burdens for economic operators and private importers. The conformity assessment bodies have their activities taking due account of the size of a company, rendering the industry in which it operates, its structure, as well as the level of complexity of the affected product technology and the Massenfertigungs - or serial nature of the production process. Here, they have however so strictly to proceed and to comply with such a level of protection, as this is required for the conformity of the product with the provisions of this regulation.

(3) a notified body noticed that a manufacturer or private importer has not complied with the requirements, which are set in section 4 and in annex I, or in the corresponding harmonised standards, she has to ask the manufacturer or private importers, to take appropriate corrective measures and shall exhibit no certificate of conformity.

(4) a notified body has already issued a certificate and within the framework of the monitoring of conformity determines that the product no longer meets the requirements, so she has to ask the manufacturer to take appropriate remedial action, and has the certificate if necessary to suspend or withdraw them.

(5) any remedial action taken or they show not having the required effect, the notified body has to restrict all certificates, to suspend them or to withdraw them.

Reporting obligations of notified bodies

35. (1) the notified bodies have



1. any refusal, restriction, suspension or withdrawal of a certificate;

2. all circumstances that have implications for the scope and the conditions of the notification;

3. any enquiries about conformity assessment activities that they have received from market surveillance;

4. on request, conformity assessment activities performed, they are pursued within the scope of their notification and what other activities, including cross-border activities and subcontracting, have executed, to report to the Federal Minister of science, research and economy.

(2) the notified bodies must forward the other bodies, which after 2013/53/CE directive are notified, out similar conformity assessment activities and covering the same products, relevant information about the negative and, on request, positive conformity assessment results.

Coordination of notified bodies

Section 36 (1) in accordance with article 42 of Directive 2013/53/EC ensures the European Commission that an appropriate coordination and cooperation between the Directive 2013/53/EC set up notified bodies in the form of one or more sectoral group of notified bodies and properly continued.

(2) the notifying bodies have directly or via named representative of the work of these groups to participate in.

6 article

Monitoring of products

Union market monitoring and control of the products introduced on the Union market

section 37. For the products covered by this Regulation (3) and articles 16 to 29 of Regulation (EC) will apply article 15 No. 765/2008.

Procedure for the treatment of products, which is connected to a threat

38. (1) has reason reaching out the market surveillance authority to believe that a product under this regulation represents a risk to the health or safety of persons, things, or the environment, so she has to assess whether the product concerned satisfies the relevant requirements of this regulation. The concerned economic operators or private importers must cooperate to the extent necessary with the market surveillance authorities.



1. in the case of economic operators, the market surveillance authority must without delay require the relevant economic operator, within a reasonable period commensurate with the nature of the hazard and set by them take the appropriate corrective measures to establish the conformity of the product with these requirements, to remove it from the market or to recall when they get in the course of this evaluation to the result, that the product meets the requirements of this regulation do not.

2. in the case of private importers, the market surveillance authority shall immediately inform the concerned private importers of the appropriate to the type of hazard appropriate remedies that are to take to establish the conformity of the product with these requirements, to suspend the operation of the product, or to suspend the use of the product, if she reached in the course of this evaluation to the result, that the product will not meet the requirements of this regulation.

The market surveillance authority shall notify the relevant notified body. Article applies to the measures referred to in Nos. 1 and 2 of 21 of Regulation (EC) No. 765/2008.

(2) the market surveillance authority of considers that the non-compliance not limited to the domestic, is she the Federal Minister for science to inform research and business in and this in turn has the European Commission and the other Member States of the European Union about the results of the assessment and the measures which the economic operator has been asked to teach.

(3) the economic operator shall ensure that the appropriate remedial action he takes, extend all affected products, which he has made available in the European Union on the market. The private importers must ensure that the appropriate corrective action in relation to the product which he has introduced for its own use in the European Union, are taken.

(4) take the relevant economic operator, within the in par. 1 Z 1 period so has no adequate remedies, all appropriate provisional measures to meet the market surveillance authority to prohibit the deployment of the product on the domestic market or to restrict, to take the product from the market or to recall. The private importers take any appropriate corrective measures, the market surveillance authority has to take all appropriate provisional measures to prohibit the use of the product or its use to prohibit or to restrict. The Federal Minister for science, research and economy shall inform the European Commission and the other Member States of the European Union without delay of these measures.

(5) all available information must emerge from the information referred to in paragraph 4, in particular, the data for the identification of the non-compliant product, the origin of the product, the nature of the non-compliance alleged and the risk as well as the nature and duration of national measures taken and the arguments to the relevant economic operator or the private importer. The Federal Minister for science, research and industry in particular indicates whether the non-compliance on one of the following causes is due to:



1. the product meets the requirements laid down in this regulation with regard to the health or safety of people or with regard to the protection of property or the environment not or 2 that a presumption of conformity applies harmonised standards compliance according to § 14, are flawed.

(6) another Member State of the European Union initiated the process, the Federal Minister for science, research and economy shall inform the European Commission and the other Member States without delay about any measures adopted and present information about the non-compliance of the product each other him and, if he disagrees with the notified national measure, over his objections.


(7) another Member State of the European Union nor the European Commission within three months of receipt of the information referred to in paragraph 4 raises an objection to an interim measure of market surveillance authorities, this measure is considered justified.

(8) the market surveillance authority ensures that are taken without delay appropriate restrictive measures such as the withdrawal of the product from the market, as regards the product in question.

Formal non-compliance

The economic operator concerned or the private importers has § 39. (1) without prejudice to the section 38 to turn off the non-compliance concerned if the market surveillance authority finds one of the following cases:



1. the CE marking has been affixed under non-compliance with section 16, section 17 or section 18;

2. the CE marking in accordance with article 17 has not been affixed;

3. the EC declaration of conformity or the Declaration referred to in annex III was not issued;

4. the EC declaration of conformity or the Declaration referred to in annex III has been improperly issued;

5. the technical documentation is either not available or incomplete;

6. the information referred to in article 7, paragraph 6, or article 9, para. 3 is missing, incomplete or incorrect;

7. another administrative request was not kept according to § 7 or article 9.

(2) the non-compliance referred to in paragraph 1 persists, the market surveillance authority has to take all appropriate measures, to limit the deployment of the product on the market or to prohibit or to ensure that it is recalled or withdrawn from the market, or that its use is prohibited or is restricted, if it's a product that is imported by a private importers for their own use.

Reporting

section 40. The market surveillance authority has to fill out a questionnaire issued by the European Commission on the application of Directive 2013/53/EC to the 18th January 2021 and then every five years and to submit to the Federal Minister for science, research and economy.

7 section

Entry into force, transitional and final provisions

Entry into force

section 41. This regulation enter into force on 18 January 2016. At the same time the regulation of the Federal Minister for Economics and labour on requirements for sports boats, Federal Law Gazette II No. 276/2004, as amended by Federal Law Gazette II No. 386/2010, override.

Transitional provisions

42. (1) under the regulation of the Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and labour requirements for sports boats, Federal Law Gazette II No. 276/2004, as amended by Federal Law Gazette II No. 386 / 2010 products, that correspond to the legislation, may yet until were brought to the end of the 17th January 2017 on the market or put into operation.

(2) spark drive outboard with a capacity less than or equal to 15 kW, the which conform in annex I part B Z 2.1 set limits for emissions and by small and medium-sized enterprises as defined in recommendation 2003/361/EC concerning the definition of micro-businesses, as well as the small and medium-sized enterprises, OJ No. L 124 of 20.5.2003, p. 36, were produced, may made available on the market or taken into service, when they were brought before the 18th January 2020 in traffic.

(3) references to the Directive 94/25/EC is considered to be references to the 2013/53/CE directive.

Linguistic equal treatment

§ 43. As far as this regulation are personal names only in the male form, they relate to women and men in the same way. When applied to certain persons, the respective gender-specific form is to use.

Mitterlehner



ANNEX I

BASIC REQUIREMENTS

A. basic requirements for design and construction of products referred to in article 2, paragraph 1



1. Design categories for water vehicles Design category





Wind strength

(Beaufort scale)





Significant wave height

(H 1/3 meters)







A

B

C

D





more than 8

including 8

up to 6

4





more than 4

4

and 2 inclusive

to including 0.3





Notes:



A. a sports boat of design category A is considered storm, hurricane, cyclone, extreme sea conditions, or giant waves not designed for wind force 8 (Beaufort scale) and significant wave heights of 4 m, but for extreme weather conditions such as severe storm, orkanartiger.

(B).
A sports boat of design category B applies as of the strength of a wind up including 8 and significant wave heights up to 4 m.

C. a water vehicle of design category C is considered for a wind speed up to 6 and significant wave heights up to 2 m.

D. a boat of design category D is considered for a wind strength including 4 and significant wave heights up to including 0.3 m and occasional wave height of not more than 0.5 m designed.

Water vehicles of design category must be designed and constructed to withstand the stress according to these parameters with regard to stability, buoyancy, and other relevant essential requirements listed in this annex and that they have a good maneuverability.

2. General requirements 2.1. marking of the vessels is any water vehicle with an identification number to provide, that contains the following information: (1) country code of the manufacturer;

(2) unique manufacturer code allocated of the Federal Ministry of science, research and economy.

(3) unique serial number;

(4) month and year of production;

(5) model year.

Detailed requirements for the identification number referred to in paragraph 1 are included in the harmonised standard.

2.2. label of the manufacturer of the vessel every vessel must have a plaque affixed permanently and separately by the identification number of the vessel with at least the following information: a) the manufacturer's name, registered trade name or registered trade mark and contact address;

(b) CE marking in accordance with article 18;

c) design category of the vessel in accordance with no. 1;

(d) the manufacturer's recommended maximum load according to Z 3.6 without the weight of the contents of fixed containers in full State.

(e) persons permitted by the manufacturer of the Board, for which the vessel is designed.

In the case of a review after construction, the contact details and requirements must after lit. a contain also information to the notified body which has performed the conformity assessment.

2.3. protection before Überbordfallen and reboarding watercraft must be designed, that reduces the risk to fall overboard as far as possible and facilitates a re boarding. Reboarding must be accessible to a person in the water without help or can be deployed without help from her.

2.4. visibility from the main steering position for personal watercraft must have a good all-round visibility the helmsman from the main steering position under normal operating conditions (speed and load).

All products are with an owner's manual in accordance with § 7 paragraph 7 and § 9 para 4 to deliver 2.5. owner's manual. This manual contains all the information that are necessary for the safe use of the product, where special attention is paid to the establishment, maintenance, regular operation, risk prevention and risk management.

3. strength and TIGHTNESS and construction requirements 3.1. construction method selection and combination of materials and the construction must ensure that the vessel is in all respects has sufficient strength. The design category in accordance with no. 1 and the maximum load recommended by the manufacturer in accordance with 3.6 Z are especially taken into account.

3.2. stability and freeboard must be sufficient stability and freeboard of the vessel, taking into account the design category in accordance with no. 1 and the maximum load recommended by the manufacturer in accordance with 3.6 Z.

3.3. buoyancy and buoyancy in the construction of the vessel is to make sure that a buoyancy characteristic has the boat that matches its design category according to no. 1 and the maximum load recommended by the manufacturer in accordance with 3.6 Z. Habitable multi hull boats, which are vulnerable to a Kiel top concern, must be designed so that they have sufficient buoyancy, so that they remain buoyant even if they self-right.

Water vehicles with less than 6 m in length, that can beat fully, must have suitable means so that they remain buoyant in flooded condition, when used according to its design category.

3.4. openings in the hull, deck and superstructure openings in Hull, deck (in the deck) and the superstructure may the strength of association or - in closed - the weather sealing of the boat do not affect.

Windows, portholes, doors and hatch covers must withstand the water pressure to which they may be exposed, as well as point loads by persons moving on deck.


Outboard breakthroughs, serving water to the inlet and outlet, which 3.6 are below the waterline corresponding to the maximum load recommended by the manufacturer according to Z, must be provided with easy-to-reach fasteners.

All water vehicles 3.5. flooding are to be interpreted, that the risk of sinking is kept as small as possible.

Special attention should be, where appropriate, the following: a) cockpit and obligations: these should self-bailing equipped with other devices be or, which prevent the penetration of water into the Interior of the vessel;

b) ventilation openings;

(c) removal of water by pumps or other devices.

3.6. manufacturer recommended maximum load is the specified in the label of the manufacturer, the manufacturer's recommended maximum load (fuel, water, food, various pieces of equipment and people) in kilograms, for that, the boat has been designed, based on the design category (No. 1), the stability and the freeboard (Z 3.2) and determines the lift and buoyancy (Z 3.3).

3.7. installation of life-saving appliances all sport boats of design categories A and B and sports boats of design categories C and D with a length of more than 6 m must exhibit one or more storage locations for one or more life-saving appliances that are big enough to record the number of persons recommended by the manufacturer for which the pleasure craft is designed. The storage places of life saving equipment must be accessible at any time.

3.8. emergency exit all habitable multi hull boats, which are vulnerable to a Kiel top concern, must be so constructed that an emergency exit is possible if the keel upwards. There is an emergency exit that is used if the boat self-right, so he allowed the construction (Z 3.1), stability (Z 3.2) and lift (Z 3.3) regardless of the location of the boat (upright or self-right) does not interfere.

All habitable multi hull boats must be so constructed that an emergency exit is possible with fire.

3.9. anchoring, mooring and towing all watercraft must be equipped, taking into account their design category and their characteristics with one or several holders or other devices, which allow the anchoring, mooring and towing and withstand the corresponding load.

4. operation features of the manufacturer must ensure that the operating characteristics of the water vehicle even when the strongest engine for which it was designed and constructed, are satisfactory. All drive motors, the maximum power must be specified in the owner's manual.

5. installation requirements 5.1. engines and engine spaces 5.1.1. inboard all inboard engines must be in a closed area separate from the living spaces and be so constructed that the risk of fire or a fire spreading, as well as the risk as low as possible is held by toxic fumes, heat, noise or vibrations in the living areas.

Often to check and/or serviceable parts of the motor and ancillary equipment must be easily accessible.

The insulating material on the inside of the engine compartment may be not capable of a self-sustaining combustion.

5.1.2. ventilation is to ventilate the engine compartment. The penetration of water through the openings in the engine compartment must be kept as low as possible.

5.1.3. exposed parts exposed moving or hot parts of the engine (the engine), could cause the injuries, effectively protected if the engine (the engine) by a cover or enclosure is shielded (are).

5.1.4. starting from outboard motors all outboard propulsion of vessels must have a device with which prevents the starting of the engine by the gang, except a) if the motor generates a static thrust of less than 500 newtons (N).

b) if the motor with a throttling device is fitted, which limited the thrust to 500 N at the starting of the engine.

5.1.5 driverless personal watercraft personal watercraft are either with an automatic shut-off of the motor, or brings an automatic device to provide that forward drive the vehicle in slow, circular if the driver goes down or goes overboard.

5.1.6. outboard motors with Tiller Steering are equipped with an emergency stop device, which can be connected to the helmsman.

5.2. fuel system of 5.2.1. General filling, storage and ventilation devices are for the fuel and the fuel supply devices must be interpreted and to incorporate that the fire - and explosion hazard is kept as low as possible.

5.2.2. fuel tanks fuel tanks, lines and hoses are to attach firmly and to incorporate separately from all major sources of heat or insulate. Material and construction of the vessel must comply with the capacity and the type of fuel.

Halls for Otto fuel tanks must be vented.

Otto fuel tank may be part of the hull and a must) be insulated against fire an engine and all other sources of ignition;

(b) be separated from the living areas.

Diesel fuel tank must be part of the fuselage.

5.3. electrical system electrical systems must be so designed and fitted that under normal conditions of use, proper operation of the vessel is ensured and the fire hazard and the risk of electric shock be kept as low as possible.

All circuits must be protected against overloading; battery-powered starter circuit are excluded from this.

Drive circuit and other circuits may be each other not so affect that one improper working of the two.

The accumulation of explosive gases, which could emerge from the batteries to prevent is to provide ventilation. The batteries must be securely fastened and protected from water ingress.

5.4. control system of 5.4.1. General control and propulsion control systems are to be interpreted, to build and to incorporate, allow the transfer of control forces under foreseeable operating conditions.

5.4.2. emergency devices are all sailing sports boats and all not flying sailing boats with a single drive motor and remote control system be equipped with emergency devices can control the pleasure craft at reduced speed.

5.5. gas system gas systems for household purposes must have a pressure reduction system and be designed and built to avoid a gas leakage and the risk of explosion, and that they can be examined for leaks out. Materials and components suitable for the used gas and such be to withstand the various stresses in a maritime environment.

All gas appliances used for use provided by the manufacturer should be installed according to the manufacturer's instructions so. Any gas powered device must be supplied via a separate supply, and each device must have a separate shut-off device. A threat by leaks and combustion products must be avoided by proper ventilation.

All water vehicles with a fixed gas system must have a space to accommodate all gas cylinders. This room must be separated from the living areas; It may be accessible only from the outside, and he must be ventilated to the outside for gas leaks can pull off outboard.

In particular, any fixed gas system must be tested after installation.

The risk of fire and the spread of fires are 5.6. fire fighting 5.6.1. General the type of installed equipment and the design of the vessel into account. Is to pay attention to the environment of devices that work with open flames, hot surfaces or machinery and auxiliary machinery, leaked oil and leaked fuel, non-covered oil and fuel lines and that electrical cables in particular not in the vicinity of sources of heat and hot surfaces away from each other.

5.6.2. fire extinguishing devices are pleasure boats with the fire hazard to equip appropriate fire extinguishing devices, or location and capacity to provide the appropriate fire extinguishing devices. The vehicle may only be put into operation if it is equipped with the appropriate fire extinguishing device. The engine rooms of Otto engines are to be protected, that eliminates the need for an opening of the room in case of fire by a fire extinguisher system. Any portable fire extinguishers must be so placed that they are easily accessible; one of the fire extinguishers is so arranged that he is easy to reach from the main steering position of the sports boat.

5.7. navigation lights, shapes and acoustic signalling may be existing navigation lights, shapes and acoustic signalling to the collision regulations - KVR - 1972 (COLREG - the international regulations for preventing collisions at sea) or the recommendations of CEVNI (European code for interior navigation for inland waterways) match.

5.8. protection against water pollution and institutions to facilitate waste disposal on land the craft are to build, prevent an accidental discharge of pollutants (oil, fuel, etc.).


All toilets installed in boats may only be connected to a drip tank system or a sewage treatment system.

Pleasure craft with built-in drip are to equip with a standard drainage, so that pipes can be connected to the sewer of the sports boat reception facilities.

Sewers run through the fuselage for human waste must be fitted also with valves that can be secured in the closed position.

B. basic requirements for exhaust emissions from propulsion engines



Drive Motors must satisfy the essential requirements with regard to exhaust emissions specified in this part.

1. IDENTIFICATION OF THE DRIVE MOTOR 1.1.
Each engine is clearly with the following information to be provided: a) name, registered trade name or registered trade mark and contact address of the manufacturer of the engine; also, where appropriate, name and contact address of the person that conformed to the motor;

b) engine type, engine family, if applicable;

(c) a unique serial number;

(d) the CE marking in accordance with article 18.

1.2. need information after Z 1.1 outlast the entire normal life of the engine and be clearly legible and indelible. Used stickers or badges, so they must be positioned so that they remain fixed throughout the normal life of the motor and cannot be removed without destroying or damaging can be.

1.3. which are to attach to a part of the engine, which is required for the normal operation of the engine and must be changed not usually during the entire life of the engine.

1.4. which are to attach so that they are easily visible when all required parts of the motor are mounted.

2. requirements regarding emissions engines are to design, to manufacture and to incorporate that with proper installation and normal operation emissions not exceed the ceilings 2.2 tables 2 and 3 after Z 2.1 table 1 and Z.



2.1. for the purposes of section 42, paragraph 2, and the Z 2.2 table 2 current values:



Table 1:

(g/kWh)









Type



Carbon monoxide

CO = A + B/PN n





Hydrocarbons

HC = A + B/PN n





Nitrogen oxides

NOx





Particles

PT







 





A





B





n





A





B





n





 





 









Two-stroke spark-ignition engines



150.0





600.0





1.0





30.0





100.0





0.75





10.0





Not applicable









Four-stroke spark-ignition engines



150.0





600.0





1.0





6.0





50.0





0.75





15.0





Not applicable









Selbstzün - dung motors



5.0





0





0





1.5





2.0





0.5





9.8





1.0





A, B and n are constants in accordance with the table, PN is the rated engine power in kW.



2.2. starting January 18, 2018 valid values:



Table 2: Limits for exhaust emissions of compression-ignition engines (c++)



CC SV (L/cylinder)



Motor rated power PN (kW)



Particle PT (g/kWh)



Hydrocarbons and NOx HC + NOx (g/kWh)



SV < 0,9



PN < 37



the values referred to in table 1



37 ≤ PN < 75(+)



0.30



4.7



75 ≤ PN < 3700



0.15



5.8



0.9 OF ≤ SV < 1.2



PN < 3700



0.14



5.8



1.2 ≤ SV < 2.5



0.12



5.8



2.5 OF ≤ SV < 3.5



0.12



5.8



3.5 OF ≤ SV < 7.0



0.11



5.8



(+)
Alternatively compression-ignition engines may with a rated output of 37 kW or more and under 75 kW and with a displacement under 0.9 L / cylinder do not exceed a PT emission limit value of 0.20 g / kWh and a combined HC + NOx emission limit of 5.8 g / kWh.

(++)
Compression-ignition engines shall not exceed an emission limit value for carbon monoxide (CO) of 5.0 g / kWh.



Table 3: Limits for exhaust emissions from spark ignition engines



Motor type



Motor rated power PN (kW)



Carbon monoxide CO (g/kWh)



Hydrocarbons and NOx HC + NOx (g/kWh)



Engines with sterndrive and inboard engines



PN ≤ 373



75



5



373 < PN ≤ 485 350 16 PN > 485



350



22



Outboard engines and personal watercraft engines



PN ≤ 4.3



500 (5.0 x PN)



30



4,3 < PN ≤ 40







500 – (5,0 x PN)

















PN > 40



300



2.3. test cycles: test cycles and weighting to be applied: under consideration of the values of the table below is the testing procedure according to the specification section 2.3 of Directive 2013/53/B Z making annex I as follows: test cycle E1 or E5; applies for speed-variable compression-ignition engines Alternatively the test cycle E3 can be applied at a power output of more than 130 kW. Test cycle E4 applies for speed-variable spark ignition engines.



Cycle E1, test phase



1



2



3



4



5



Speed



Nominal speed



Intermediate speed



Lower idle speed



Torque %



100



75



75



50



0



Weighting factor



0.08



0.11



0.19



0.32



0.3



Speed



Nominal speed



Intermediate speed



Lower idle speed



Cycle E3, test phase



1



2



3



4



Speed %



100



91



80



63



Output %



100



75



50



25



Weighting factor



0.2



0.5



0.15



0.15



Cycle E4, test phase



1



2



3



4



5



Speed %



100



80



60



40



Idle



Torque %



100



71,6



46.5



25.3



0



Weighting factor



0.06



0.14



0.15



0.25



0.40



Cycle E5, test phase



1



2



3



4



5



Speed %



100



91



80



63



Idle



Output %



100



75



50



25



0



Weighting factor



0.08



0.13



0.17



0.32



0.3



The notified bodies may accept that the tests based on different test cycles are made, as far as they are specified and applicable for the loading cycle of the engine in a harmonised standard.

2.4. application of the concept of the drive engine family and selection of the master motor of the motor manufacturer is to determine the engines from its product range that is responsible, that to be in a family.

So, a parent engine is selected within a family, that its emission characteristics for all motors of the family are representative. The engine that combines those features are expected to give the highest specific emissions during a check in the applicable test cycle (expressed in g/kWh), should normally be selected as parent engine of the family.

The reference fuel for exhaust emission testing 2.5. reference fuels must have the following characteristics:



Petrol



Property



RF-02-99 unleaded



RF-02-03 unleaded



min



Max



min



Max



Research octane number (Ron)



95



---



95



---



Motor octane number (Mon)





85



---



85



---



Density at 15 ° C (kg/m3)



748



762



740



754



Boiling (° C)



24



40



24



40



Mass fraction of sulfur content (mg/kg)



---



100



---



10



Lead (mg/l)



---



5



---



5



Vapour pressure (kPa) (after Reid)



56



60



---



---



Vapour pressure (DVPE) (kPa)



---



---



56



60



Diesel fuels



Property



RF-06-99



RF-06-03



min



Max



min



Max



Cetane number



52



54



52



54



Density at 15 ° C (kg/m3)



833



837



833



837



At the end of the boiling (° C)



---



370



---



370



Flash point (° C)



55



---



55



---



Mass fraction of sulfur content (mg/kg)



to specify



300 (50)



---



10



Mass fraction of ash (%)



to specify



0.01



---



0.01



The notified bodies can accept checks that were carried out on the basis of other, in a harmonised standard of specified reference fuels.

3. long term behavior of the motor manufacturer must provide for the engines to installation and maintenance manual; in accordance with the regulations contained the engine in normal use should comply with the limit values laid down in the Z 2.1 and 2.2 throughout its normal life under normal operating conditions.

The engine manufacturer on the basis of advance load tests, which are based on the normal operating cycles, and by calculating the material fatigue wins the necessary information, so that he can create the necessary maintenance instructions and giving all new engines when they are first placed on the market.

The usual life of the motor corresponds to the following values: a) compression-ignition engines: 480 hours or 10 years (depending on what occurs first);

b) inboard spark-ignition engines and engines with Z-drive with or without integrated exhaust system: i) engines of category PN ≤ 373 kW: 480 hours or 10 years (depending on what occurs first);

II) engines of category 373 < PN ≤ 485 kW: 150 hours of operation or three years (depending on what occurs first); (iii)) engines of category PN > 485 kW: 50 operating hours or one year (depending on what occurs first);

(c) personal watercraft engines: 350 hours or five years (depending on what occurs first);

(d) outboard engines: 350 hours or 10 years (depending on what occurs first).

4. owner's manual is any motor with an owner's manual in a language or languages to deliver, which determines the Member State in which the motor is marketed, and which can easily understand the consumers and other end users.

The owners manual has to contain the following: a) is legislation for it to incorporate as the engine, to use and maintain, to ensure proper operation of the motor in accordance with the requirements of no. 3 (long term behaviour);

(b) the indication of the power of the engine measured according to the harmonised standard.

C. essential requirements with regard to noise emissions



Recreational craft with inboard engines or motors with Z-drive without integrated exhaust system, water motorcycle engines and outboard motors and motors with shaft and integrated exhaust system must satisfy the essential requirements with regard to noise emissions specified in this part.

1. noise level are 1.1. recreational craft with inboard engines or motors with Z-drive without integrated exhaust system, water motorcycle engines and outboard motors and motors with shaft and integrated exhaust system to design, to manufacture and fit that the noise emissions do not exceed the limits specified in the following table.



Nominal power (single engine) in kW



Maximum sound pressure level LpASmax DB =



PN ≤ 10



67



10 < PN ≤ 40 72 PN > 40



75



Where the nominal power PN is the maximum sound pressure level in dB in kW of a single engine at rated speed and LpASmax.

For two - and multi-engined units of all types of motor, you can increase the limit to 3 dB.

1.2. as alternative to noise measurements apply in recreational craft with inboard engines or motors with Z-drive without integrated exhaust system the noise requirements according to Z 1.1 also then considered fulfilled if this a Froude number ≤ 1.1 and a ratio of power/displacement ≤ 40 exhibit and the engine and exhaust system are installed according to the specifications of the engine manufacturer.

1.3. who is 'Froude number' fn calculated by dividing the maximum speed of the sports boat V (m/s) by the product of the square root of the waterline length of lwl (m) used with a given constant of gravity Acceleration (g = 9.8 m / s2).

Footnote the "power/displacement ratio" = calculated by dividing the rated motor power (kW) PN by the displacement of the sports boat D (t).

Ratio power/displacement = PN/D



2. owner's manual includes the owner's manual required under part A-Z 2.5 for recreational craft with inboard engines or motors with Z-drive without integrated exhaust system and for personal watercraft the information, to obtain the pleasure craft and exhaust system in a condition, the possible is in normal operation the set limits for noise emissions to comply.

Outboard motors and motors with Z-drive with integrated exhaust system the owner's manual required under part B Z 4 contains the necessary instructions to get the motor in a State, with the possible is in normal operation the set limits for noise emissions compliance.

3. the provisions concerning the long-term behaviour in part B No. 3 shall apply mutatis mutandis long-term performance for the compliance with the requirements for noise emissions in Z 1.

ANNEX II

COMPONENTS FOR WATERCRAFT

Devices equipped with ignition protection for inboard engines, gasoline engines with sterndrive and rooms for Otto fuel tank,.

Start protection device for outboard motors,

Steering wheels, steering, and wiring,

Fuel tanks intended for fixed installation, and fuel lines,

prefabricated hatches and side Windows.

ANNEX III

Declaration of the manufacturer or the importer of the incomplete water vehicle (§ 6 para. 2)



The Declaration of the manufacturer or of the resident in the European Union importer pursuant to section 6 para 2 must contain the following information: a) the name and address of the manufacturer;

b) name and address of the authorised representative established within the Union of the manufacturer or, where appropriate, the person responsible for the placing on the market;

(c) description of incomplete vessel;

(d) Declaration that the incomplete water vehicle meets the basic requirements for the respective phase; Indication of the relevant harmonised standards have been applied, or reference to the specifications declared the conformity to the current stage of construction There is also a declaration of that intended completion in full compliance with this regulation by another natural or legal person.

ANNEX IV

EU Declaration of conformity No. xxxxxxxx1



1. no xxxxxx (product: product, lot, type or serial number): 2. name and address of the manufacturer or his authorised representative (the agents must state also business name and address of the manufacturer) or the private importer: 3. bears sole responsibility for issuing this Declaration of conformity the manufacturer, the private importers or the person referred to in section 19 paragraph 2 or 4.

4. object of the Declaration (identification of the product for the purpose of traceability; if necessary, you can add a photograph): 5. the object of the Declaration described in no. 4 complies with the relevant Community harmonisation of the Union: 6 specifying of the relevant harmonised standards have been applied, or reference to the other technical specifications, for which conformity is declared: 7 (possibly :) The notified body... (Name, identification number) has... (Participation description) and the following certificate issued: 8 identification of the person who is entitled to the legally binding signature of the manufacturer or his authorised representative.

9. additional information:


The EC declaration of conformity must contain a declaration of the manufacturer of the drive motor and the person who fits a motor in accordance with § 6 paragraph 4 Nos. 2 and 3, that a) the motor, if it is fitted to the motor attached installation instructions in a water vehicle after the, meets the following requirements: i) the requirements for exhaust emissions under this regulation;

(ii) the limit values of the directive 97/68/EC as regards engines type-approved according to Directive 97/68/EC, where the emission limit values of stage III A, level III level IV for compression-ignition engines for applications other than the propulsion of vessels, locomotives and railcars listed in annex I or B Z 4.1.2 of this directive; complied or iii) the limits of Regulation (EC) No. 595/2009 on engines type-approved in accordance with that regulation.

The engine may be used only in operation when the water vehicle, he should be incorporated into that, if necessary, for compliance with was declared the relevant provisions of this regulation.

The engine brought the transition period provided for in § 42 para 2 in transport, so this must be specified in the EU Declaration of conformity.

Signed for and on behalf of: (place and date of issue) (name, function) (signature) annex V

EQUIVALENT CONFORMITY ON THE BASIS OF THE REVIEW AFTER CONSTRUCTION (MODULE PCA)



1. compliance on the basis of the review after construction (Postconstruction assessment - PCA) is the procedure which the equivalent conformity of a product is rated where the manufacturer has not assumed the responsibility for the conformity of the product with this regulation and on the basis of which a natural or legal person according to § 19 paragraph 2, 3 or 4 , which brings the product independently in traffic or in operation, assumes the responsibility for the equivalent conformity of the product. This person meets the obligations referred to in the Nos. 2 and 4 after and ensures and declares on its own responsibility, that the the provisions of no. 3 subjected product meets the requirements applicable to it.

2. the person who brings the product on the market or is in operation, requested a review of the product when a notified body under construction; She must submit a the use of the product of the notified body the documents and technical documents, which they needed to the conformity of the product with the requirements of this regulation to evaluate, and to another all the available information about the first entry into service.

The person who brings such a product on the market or is in operation, must have these documents and information during ten years of equivalent of the product in accordance with the PCA procedures for the conformity assessment.

3. the notified body shall examine the individual product and carries out calculations, inspections, and other reviews to the extent which is necessary to demonstrate of an equivalent conformity of the product with the essential requirements of the regulation.

The notified body shall issue a certificate and a corresponding conformity report on the assessment conducted; She keeps a copy of this certificate and the associated conformity report and holds them for ten years after the issuance of those documents for the market surveillance authorities.

The notified body shall affix its identification number to each approved product or can bring them under their responsibility.

It is a craft in the peer-reviewed product, the notified body must be also the identification number of the vessel attach part A to Z 2.1 under its responsibility according to annex I; This field uses the country code of the manufacturer indicating the country in which the notified body is established, and the fields be used allocated identification number, followed by the serial number of the certificate of the PCA, the notified body for the PCA for the unique manufacturer code assigned by the Federal Ministry of science, research and business, to specify. The fields of the identification number of the vessel for month and year of production and for the model year are to use to specify the month and year of examination for construction.

4. CE marking and EC declaration of conformity 4.1.
Has the person who brings the product on the market or taking into operation, have the CE marking and - under the responsibility of the notified body to Z 3 - whose identifying number affix on the product, for which the notified evaluation carried out site, and certifies the equivalent conformity with the relevant requirements of this regulation.

4.2. which person who brings the product on the market or is in operation, must create an EU Declaration of conformity and ten years after the date of issue of the certificate of the PCA for the market surveillance authority available to keep the. The Declaration of conformity must be drawn for which product was issued.

A copy of the EC declaration of conformity is provided the market surveillance authorities on request.

4.3. the peer-reviewed product is a water vehicle, so the person who brings the product on the market or is in operation, must be in annex I part A-Z 2.2 described manufacturers badge which contains the indication "Expertise for construction", and that in annex I part A-Z 2.1 described identification number of the vessel to the vessel in accordance with the provisions of no. 3 install.

5. the notified body must inform the person who brings the product on the market or in operation takes on their obligations in this PCA procedure.

ANNEX VI

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR APPLICATION OF MODULE A1 (INTERNAL PRODUCTION CONTROL PLUS SUPERVISED PRODUCT TESTING) (ARTICLE 24 PARAGRAPH 2)

Design and construction



On one or several water vehicles, which are representative of the production of a manufacturer, the manufacturer must be carry out one or more of the following tests or equivalent calculation or control or make: a) stability testing in accordance with Annex I part A-Z 3.2;

b) test of buoyancy characteristics in accordance with Annex I part A-Z 3.3.

             Noise emissions



Sport boats with inner outboard motor or motor drive without integrated exhaust system and personal watercraft: on one or several water vehicles, which are representative of the production of the craft manufacturer, the watercraft manufacturer under the responsibility of a notified body chosen by the manufacturer which make part C mentioned noise measurements or perform in annex I must.

Outboard motors and motors with Z-drive with integrated exhaust system: Must one or more engines each engine family, which are representative of the production of the engine manufacturer, the engine manufacturer under the responsibility of a notified body chosen by the manufacturer which can make part C mentioned noise measurements or make into Annex I.

So more than one engine of an engine family is tested, the statistical method described in annex VII to apply to ensure the conformity of the sample are.

 

 

 

 

 

ANNEX VII

AUDIT OF THE PRODUCTION CONFORMS TO THE EMISSIONS AND NOISE REGULATIONS



1. to determine the conformity of an engine family, a sample is from the series to refer to. In agreement with the notified body, the manufacturer specifies the degree of "n" of the sample.

2. for each item subject to the control of exhaust emissions and noise emissions, the arithmetic mean is calculated X of the results obtained from the sample. Series production is considered to be compliant with the specifications ("test"), if the following condition is met:



X + k. S ≤ L



S is the standard deviation with:



S² = ∑ (x – X)² / (n – 1)



X = arithmetic mean of the results obtained from the sample



x = from the sample obtained individual results



L = the appropriate limit value



n = number of engines in the sample



k = statistical factor dependent on n (see table below)



n





2





3





4





5





6





7





8





9





10





 







k





0,973





0,613





0,489





0.421





0,376





0,342





0,317





0,296





0.279





 







n





11





12





13





14





15





16





17





18





19





 







k





0,265





0,253





0,242





0.233





0,224





0,216





0,210





0,203





0,198





 










If n ≥ 20 then k = 0,860 / √n.



ANNEX VIII

SUPPLEMENTARY PROCEDURES FOR APPLICATION OF MODULE C (CONFORMITY TO TYPE BASED ON INTERNAL PRODUCTION CONTROL)

Is in the in section 24 para 5 of these cases, when assessing the level of quality as inadequate, to apply the following procedure:

An engine is taken from the series and subjected the part B check described in annex I. The test engines were driven accordingly wholly or partially specified by the manufacturer. The specific exhaust emissions of the engine taken from the series exceed the limit values in annex I part B, so the manufacturer may request that measurements are taken on a sample of engines taken from the series and also the first yearly output motor is located under which. To ensure the conformity of the motor sample with the requirements of this regulation, the statistical method described in annex VII to apply is.

ANNEX IX

TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS

The technical documentation referred to in section 7, paragraph 2 and article 25 shall include in particular the following, where this is relevant for the assessment:



(a) a general description of the type;

(b) design, manufacturing drawings and schemes of components, sub-assemblies, circuits, as well as other relevant information;

c) descriptions and explanations that are necessary to the understanding of the drawings and diagrams and the operation of the product;

(d) a list of the referred to in § 14, wholly or partially applied standards, as well as a description of the solutions chosen to meet the essential requirements where the standards referred to in § 14; not been applied

(e) the results of the design calculations made, examinations, as well as other relevant information;

(f) test reports, or equivalent calculations namely on stability according to annex I part A-Z 3.2 and buoyancy characteristics in accordance with Annex I part A-Z 3.3;

(g) reports of exhaust emission tests as proof of compliance with Annex I part B Z 2;

h) part reports on noise emission tests as proof of compliance with Annex I C Z 1.