Gas Regulation Equipment

Original Language Title: Kaasulaiteasetus

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Read the untranslated law here: http://www.finlex.fi/fi/laki/ajantasa/1993/19931434

The presentation provides the Minister of trade and industry räjähdysvaarallisista substances on 19 June 1953 (263/53) on the basis of the scope of application of article 1 of this Regulation shall apply to the foodstuffs put on the market in the European economic area: 1), appliances burning gaseous fuels used for cooking, heating, hot water production, refrigeration, lighting or washing, so possibly a temperature the water temperature usually does not exceed 105 ° c (gas); blower burners and blower supplied complete with heating equipment shall also be considered as gas equipment; as well as 2) security control, or the control devices and peripherals that are designed into a gas appliance or assembled to form a device (accessory).
This Regulation shall not apply, in particular, to the industrial use of gas devices, which are used in industrial installations.

section 2 Definitions for the purposes of this Regulation: 1) gaseous fuel fuel which is in a gaseous form at a temperature of 15 ° c and at a pressure of 1 bar;
2) gas device directive relating to appliances burning gaseous fuels on the approximation of the laws of the Member States of the Council of the European Communities directive (90/396/EEC); as well as 3) harmonised standard technical specification, which is consistent with the European standardisation Committee of the published standard or yhdenmukaistamisasiakirjan with the reference number of which is published in the official journal of the European communities. (2.9.1994/816) section 3 of the normal use of the Gas in the gas device, it shall be deemed to be in the ordinary course of operation, when it is correctly installed and regularly serviced in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions when using the gas quality and pressure range from normal and when it is used for its intended purpose or reasonably predictable way.

section 4 of the General requirements that are placed on the market and put into service of gas appliances and fittings shall comply with the requirements of this regulation. Gas appliances and fittings to meet the essential requirements referred to in annex I.

section 5 of the fulfilment of the essential requirements of Gas appliances and fittings shall be considered as complying with the essential requirements referred to in this regulation, when they are applied in accordance with the harmonized standards. If, in the absence of harmonized standards, the technical solutions to the application of national standards, the reference numbers of which have been published in the official journal of the European communities.
The essential requirements to be met in other than in accordance with the standards referred to in paragraph 1. The manufacturer, or his authorized representative, who is working in the European economic area, is in this case, to prove that the essential requirements are met.

section 6 of the means of attestation of the conformity of Gas equipment and the equipment to be mounted thereon shall be established before it is placed on the market by following the procedures set out in annex II so that: 1), as appropriate, shall be made of the gas or the EC-type examination (annex II, section 1); as well as 2), at the choice of the manufacturer are to be used: (a) based on the manufacturer's EC type) the conformity of the insurance the insurance (annex II, para. 2);
(b) based on the quality assurance of the production in the EC) Declaration of conformity to type of insurance (annex II, section 3);
(c) based on the quality assurance of the EC) the product conformity with the type of insurance (see annex II, paragraph 4); or (d)) the "EC" verification (annex II, point 5).
If the gas appliance is produced individually or in small quantities, can the manufacturer to choose the verification of inspection (annex II, point 6). (2.9.1994/804)
Gas device is attached to the "CE" marking to indicate that it meets the requirements of this regulation. (2.9.1994/804)
With the procedure referred to in subparagraph (1) above shall also apply to the equipment, with the exception of the affixing of the CE Declaration of conformity and on a case by case basis. Equipment must be given a written statement as evidenced by the fact that the equipment corresponding to the requirements of this regulation. The certificate shall be informed characteristics and how they must be accompanied by the gas appliance or assembled in order to be in conformity with the essential requirements applicable to finished gas device. The certificate shall be provided with the equipment. (2.9.1994/804) (2.9.1994/804) the CE marking, and other entries in the "CE" marking referred to in annex III, as well as other particulars shall be affixed in a visible, legible and indelible form on the device or on a label attached to it, the value of the gas on the plate. The value of the plate must be such that it can be used again.
Gas appliances should not draw the kind of signs that can be easily confused with the CE marking. Any other marking may be affixed to the rating plate of the gas equipment or, if they do not impair the legibility of the CE marking, the näkyvyttä and the.

section 8 (2.9.1994/804) relationship to other provisions relating to the essential requirements When the gas device, in whole or in part a in the annex to the agreement on the European economic area other than the gas device directive falls within the scope of the directive, the device bears the CE marking, the latter shall indicate that the conformity with the essential requirements of these directives has been confirmed, in accordance with the procedures laid down in those directives, and that the directives applicable to all gas equipment requirements have been met.
However, if any of the applicable directives allows the manufacturer, during a transitional period, to apply to something like an alternative procedure to apply, the CE marking shall indicate conformity with the requirements of the directives applied and their reference numbers must be stated in the documents of the device.

the more specific provisions of article 9 of the more detailed rules for the application of this Regulation shall, if necessary, the Department of trade and industry.

section 10 of the notified body, the Ministry of trade and industry shall designate, where appropriate, the Finns of the bodies authorised to act on the agreement on the European economic area taken as inspection institutions (notified body).
The notified body must take out will be sufficient technically qualified staff and the necessary equipment.
The notified body for management and technical personnel shall be independent of any gas equipment industry, directly or indirectly, by the conclusion of the tests, in the case of the preparation of the reports, certificates, and on the supervision provided for in this regulation. The notified body shall perform inspections objectively.

section 11 (21 May 1999/694) section 11 repealed A 21 May 1999/694.

Article 12 liability of the damages in the notified body must take out civil liability insurance, unless the State liable under the legislation or is not directly responsible for the damage.

section 13 (13.10.1995/1169) the supervisory authority shall monitor compliance with this regulation, the Security Technology Center.
Safety technology centre shall publish the list of the gas referred to in section 5 of the devices and equipment standards.

section 14 (13.10.1995/1169) Restrictions and coercive measures If normally used the gas device, where is the "CE" marking, can cause personal injury or property damage, the safety technology may prohibit or restrict the placing on the market of the gas device marketing, until the gas device määräystenmukaisuus needs to be sorted out.
If the survey shows that the gas installation complying with the requirements of this regulation, the Security Technology Center has the right to prohibit the placing on the market of the device, as well as the gas to oblige the manufacturer or an authorized representative to take measures for the collection of gas supplied in order to bring the equipment into conformity with this regulation or.

Article 15 entry into force This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 January 1994.
Of a type approved by the technical inspection centre for liquefied petroleum gas and natural gas devices as well as equipment gets to market and to introduce a tyyppihyväksymispäätöksen until the last day of validity of issue, but until 31 December 1995. (2.9.1994/804)
The ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS of annex I of the Note set out in this annex, essential requirements for the gas equipment also apply to equipment, if there are similar risks.
1 GENERAL CONDITIONS 1.1. Gas appliances must be designed and constructed in such a way that they can operate safely and do not compromise the safety of persons, property or the normal conditions of use.
1.2. all gas appliances are included when they are placed on the market provide the installer with a technical specifications referred to in the help, and for operation and maintenance instructions. Gas appliance and its packaging must bear the relevant entries.
Follow the instructions and indications will be the official languages of the country of destination, in Finland, in Finnish and Swedish.
1.2.1. the technical instructions intended for the installer must contain all the necessary installation, adjustment and maintenance instructions, which can be used to ensure that the measures are made correctly and that the gas can be used safely. Documentation must know at least: – the type of gas to be used;
– the gas operating pressure;
– without the need to broken down as follows: – combustion air;
– in order to prevent the formation of dangerous unburned gas mixtures required air volume, if the device is not equipped with a device referred to in section 3.2.3.
– the removal of combustion products;
– the fan supplied complete with heating burners and blower equipment performance and configuration requirements, in order to ensure the conformity of the duty are being undermined in the product, as well as, if necessary, a list of the manufacturer's best practices recommendations for configurations.

1.2.2. To the user in the operating and maintenance instructions shall contain all the information necessary for safe operation. Special attention must be paid to the use of restraints.
1.2.3. in the labelling on the packaging of the gas device and shall clearly define the type of gas used, the gas pressure and restrictions on the use of the restricted use of, in particular, regarding the installation of only where there is sufficient ventilation.
1.3. Equipment for gas equipment, shall be designed and constructed in such a way that they comply with their duties, in accordance with the instructions of the well, the gathering of the installation.
Components shall also transmit to the installation, adjustment, operation and maintenance instructions.
2 MATERIALS 2.1. The materials shall be suitable for its intended purpose and must withstand the anticipated mechanical, chemical and thermal effects.
2.2. the manufacturer, or vendor must guarantee the safety of the important material characteristics.
3 DESIGN and CONSTRUCTION 3.1. General 3.1.1. The structure of the gas equipment must be such that they are normally when using the security the corrosive power of instability may occur, deformation, breakage or wear.
3.1.2. Condensation in the gas when starting the device, or when using the safety device must not be affected.
3.1.3. Gas appliances must be designed and constructed in such a way that the risk of explosion fire situations as far as possible.
3.1.4. the structure of the gas equipment shall be such that the water and extra air does not have a gas stream.
3.1.5. Gas equipment is to operate safely in spite of the normal variation in the apuenergian.
3.1.6. The exceptional apuenergian variation or apuenergian, the breakdown or recovery does not give rise to the danger of the situation.
3.1.7. Gas appliances must be designed and manufactured in such a way as to prevent the electricity. This requirement may be satisfied by following the safety objectives of Directive 73/23/EEC in so far as it can be applied to gas appliances.
3.1.8. the pressure in the Gas device, all parts must be able to withstand, without affecting the security of the shape changes with respect to the possible effects of a mechanical and thermal stresses.
3.1.9. Gas appliances must be designed and constructed in such a way that there is a fault in the security, control, or the control device does not present any danger.
3.1.10. If the gas appliance is safety and control devices, safety devices shall not pass control devices.
3.1.11. The gas parts of the device that is set or adjusted for at the manufacturing stage and which are not intended for the user or installer, is appropriately protected.
3.1.12. Levers and other control-and regulation devices should be marked clearly and how to use them is to give adequate guidance on the provision of access in order to prevent errors. The structure of these devices should be such as to prevent the accidental use of the errors.
3.2. Unburned gas emissions 3.2.1. Gas appliances must be such that the amount of hazardous gas cannot escape.
3.2.2. Gas appliances shall be designed such that the gas input because of exhaustion and during the flame after the uudelleensytyttämisen is limited in such a way as to prevent dangerous accumulation of unburned gas in the gas device.
3.2.3. The indoor equipment must be fitted with a device to be used for gas, which prevents unburned gas build-up on the premises. If the gas device does not have such a erikoislaitetta, to be used in places where there is adequate ventilation to prevent a dangerous accumulation of unburned gas.
Suurkeittiölaitteissa and devices that use the toxic material particles in a gas, must be above the device.
3.3. The ignition gas equipment structure must be such that in normal conditions of use, ignition and uudelleensytytys are smooth and the ignition takes place throughout.
2.1. Combustion 3.4.1. Gas equipment structure must be such that in normal conditions of use, the flame is stable and combustion products do not contain substances harmful to the health of more than the acceptable levels.
3.4.2. the equipment of gas structure must be such that in normal conditions of use, the products of combustion will not be released inadvertently.
3.4.3. Gas appliances that are connected to connected to a duct for evacuating combustion products, must be such that the unusual circumstances of the veto is not the products of combustion to leak inside.
3.4.4. Portable heating equipment to be used in the home economy, hormittomat and hormittomat, by period must be used for water heaters are not dangerous to the health of persons in the indoor carbon monoxide gas, taking into account the normal use of the device.
3.5. Rational use of gas appliances is to rational energy use, taking account of technical progress and of the security issues.
3.6. Temperatures 3.6.1. The floor or other surfaces must not be placed in the vicinity of the gas equipment to warm up so that they present a hazard for the surrounding area.
3.6.2. The gas knobs and levers used surface temperatures must not present a danger to the user.
3.6.3. The household gas appliances used in external parts of surface temperatures, with the exception of surfaces or parts which are in contact with the heat transfer, not the gas device in a pose a risk to users, and in particular for children. As the reaction time must be taken into account.
3.7. Food and water food and water come into contact with any gas equipment in the materials used and the components must not impair the quality of the food or water.
The PROCEDURES to VERIFY the CONFORMITY of annex II to the EC type-examination 1 1.1. The EC type-examination is that part of the procedure whereby a notified body checks and certifies that an appliance, representative of the production envisaged, meets the gas activity for the applicable provisions of this regulation.
1.2. the manufacturer or his authorised representative established within the community, which is working in the European economic area, shall be submitted to the application for type-examination with a notified body.
1.2.1. The application must include: – the name and address of the manufacturer and, if the application is made, the name and address of his authorised representative;
– a written declaration that no application has been lodged with any other notified body;
-planning documents.
Planning documents shall include the following information to the extent required by the notified body in the conformity assessment: – a general description of the device;
-conceptual design and manufacturing drawings and diagrams of components, sub-assemblies, circuits, etc.;
– the gas device descriptions and explanations necessary for the understanding of the activities;
– a list of the standards referred to in article 5, applied in full or in part, and descriptions of the procedures used to ensure compliance with the essential requirements in so far as, with the standards referred to in article 5 have not been complied with;
– test results;
– installation and operating instructions.
The design documents shall, where appropriate, shall be accompanied by the following documents: – the kind of equipment the certificates, which are closely linked to the gas equipment;
– certificates and assurances regarding the gas device to the locations of manufacture, inspection and control;
– other documents, that contribute to the assessment of the role of the notified body.
1.2.2. The applicant shall be submitted to the notified body in the row, representative of the production envisaged the use of a gas appliance (type). The notified body may request further samples if the test programme so requires.
The type can also represent the product variants, if the coat is not concerned with respect to the risks associated to the type of features possible.
1.3. The notified body must: 1.3.1. examine the design documents and it must be held that the type has been manufactured in accordance with the design documentation and identify the elements which have been designed with the applicable standards referred to in article 5 and in accordance with the relevant essential requirements of annex I;
1.3.2. perform or have performed the appropriate examinations and tests in order to establish whether the solutions adopted by the manufacturer meet the essential requirements of annex I as regards the standards referred to in article 5 have not been used;
1.3.3. perform or have performed the appropriate examinations and tests in order to determine compliance with the applicable standards, that is right, if the manufacturer has used them.
1.4. where the type complies with the provisions of this regulation, then the notified body shall issue an EC type-examination certificate to the applicant. The certificate shall contain the conclusions of the study, the validity of the conditions, if any, and the necessary data for identification of the approved type and, where appropriate, the activities of the transcripts of the type. The certificate shall be accompanied by the relevant technical documents, such as drawings, diagrams and graphs.
1.5. The notified body must inform the other notified bodies for the EC type-examination certificate and any additions to the type referred to in point 1.7. They may obtain a copy of the EC type-examination certificate and its additions to be made to the annexes, as well as a copy of the certificate and, on a reasoned request of the studies and tests set out in the reports.

1.6. the notified body which refuses to issue an EC type-examination certificate, or withdraws an EC type-examination certificate shall so inform the inspection body which is the stated and the other notified bodies, as well as the reasons for its decision.
1.7. The applicant must inform the notified body that has issued the EC type-examination certificate of all modifications to the approved type that may affect the conformity with the essential requirements.
Modifications to the approved type must receive additional approval from the notified body which issued the EC type-examination certificate from an inspection body where the changes will affect the device's conformity with the essential requirements or with the conditions of use in order to comply with the requirements of the device. This additional approval must be given the form of an addition to the original EC type-examination certificate.
2 EC-DECLARATION of CONFORMITY to TYPE 2.1. EC-declaration of conformity to type is the procedure whereby the manufacturer declares that the gas appliances are EC-conformity with the type as described in the EC type-examination certificate and meet the essential requirements of annex I. The manufacturer or his authorized representative established within the European economic area shall affix the CE marking to each gas appliance and draw up a written declaration of conformity. This declaration may cover one or more of the gas device and must be kept by the manufacturer. the CE marking must be accompanied by the corresponding to the random checks referred to in point 2.3 of the identification number of the notified body. (2.9.1994/804) 2.2. The manufacturer must take all measures necessary in order that the manufacturing process, including final product inspection and testing, the results of the homogeneity of production and the equipment with the type as described in the EC type-examination certificate and with the applicable conformity to the essential requirements of annex I. A notified body chosen by the manufacturer shall be those laid down in paragraph 2.3 of the gas equipment.
2.3. On-site checks of gas appliances is the task of the notified body at random at least once a year. A sufficient amount of gas appliances must be examined and appropriate tests shall be carried out in the relevant standards referred to in article 5, or equivalent tests, shall be carried out for the purpose of verifying that the gas appliances are in conformity with the relevant essential requirements of annex I. The notified body shall decide, on a case by case basis, whether these tests are complete or recognized. If one or more of the gas equipment is rejected, the notified body shall take appropriate measures to prevent the placing on the market of gas equipment.
3. EC-DECLARATION of CONFORMITY to TYPE (production-quality assurance) 3.1. EC-declaration of conformity to type (production-quality assurance) is the procedure whereby the manufacturer who satisfies the obligations referred to in point 3.2 declares that the gas appliances are EC-conformity with the type as described in the EC type-examination certificate and satisfy the essential requirements of annex I. The manufacturer or his authorized representative established within the European economic area shall affix the CE marking to each gas appliance and draw up a written declaration of conformity. This declaration may cover one or more of the gas device and must be kept by the manufacturer. the CE marking must be accompanied by the EC-the identification number of the notified body responsible for the checks. (2.9.1994/804) 3.2. The manufacturer shall apply the quality system to ensure gas appliances with the type as described in the EC type-examination certificate and with the essential requirements of annex I. The manufacturer is subject to supervision by the EC in section 3.4.
3.3. quality system 3.3.1. The manufacturer must lodge an application for the approval of the quality system for the products concerned with a notified body of his choice.
The application must include: – the documentation concerning the quality system;
– commitment to take care of the obligations arising out of the approved quality system;
-an undertaking to keep the approved quality system in accordance with the authorization, in order to ensure the efficiency of the operation and its continued;
– documents relating to the approved type and a copy of the EC type-examination certificate.
3.3.2. All the conditions, requirements and arrangements adopted by the manufacturer must be documented in a systematic and logical way for measures, procedures and written instructions. This quality system documentation can be the quality programmes, plans, manuals and records be interpreted in a uniform manner. It must contain in particular an adequate description of: – the quality objectives, a comprehensive organizational structure as well as the responsibilities and the power equipment of gas quality issues;
-manufacturing process, the quality control and quality assurance procedures, as well as systematic activities;
-the examinations and tests that will be carried out before, during and after manufacture, and the frequency with which they will be;
-the methods of monitoring the required quality and the achievement of the required performance of the quality system.
3.3.3. the notified body shall examine and evaluate the quality of the system, as well as to decide whether it satisfies the requirements referred to in paragraph 3.3.2. The notified body to assume that these requirements are met when the quality of the systems are in conformity with the harmonized standards.
The notified body shall inform the manufacturer and the other notified bodies. The notification to the manufacturer must contain the conclusions of the examination, the name and address of the notified body and the reasoned assessment decision on the gas equipment.
3.3.4. The manufacturer shall keep the notified body that has approved the quality system of the quality management system development activities, which are the result of, for example, new technology and quality concepts.
The notified body must evaluate the modifications proposed and decide whether the amended quality management system the relevant provisions or whether reappraisal is essential. It is ilmoitettavapäätöksestään to the manufacturer. The notification shall contain the conclusions of the inspection and the reasoned assessment decision.
3.3.5. the notified body which withdraws approval of a quality system must inform the other notified bodies, giving the reasons for its decision.
2.1. the EC monitoring 3.4.1. The aim of "EC" monitoring is to ensure that the manufacturer duly fulfils the obligations arising out of the quality system the following.
3.4.2. The manufacturer must allow the notified body access for inspection purposes to the locations of manufacture, inspection, testing and storage premises and shall provide it with all necessary information, in particular: – the documentation concerning the quality system;
– the quality of the data, such as inspection reports and test data, calibration data, reports on the qualifications of the staff.
3.4.3. The notified body must be checked at least once kerr 3.4.4. In addition, the notified body may pay unannounced käyd the inspection report and, if a test report.
3.4.5. the manufacturer shall, upon request, to send a report on the notified body.
4 EC-DECLARATION of CONFORMITY to TYPE (product quality assurance) 4.1. EC-declaration of conformity to type (product quality assurance) is the procedure whereby the manufacturer who satisfies the obligations referred to in point 4.2 declares that the gas appliances are EC-conformity with the type as described in the EC type-examination certificate and meet the essential requirements of annex I. The manufacturer or his authorized representative established within the European economic area shall affix the CE marking to each gas appliance and draw up a written declaration of conformity. This declaration may cover one or more of the gas device and must be kept by the manufacturer. the CE marking must be accompanied by the EC-the identification number of the notified body responsible for the checks. (2.9.1994/804) 4.2. The manufacturer shall be applied to the gas equipment for final inspection and tests specified in paragraph 4.3, the manufacturer must operate an approved quality system for the EC in section 4.4-subject to supervision.
4.3. quality system 4.3.1. In this procedure, the manufacturer must lodge with a notified body of his choice, the quality of the gas equipment system for the acceptance of the application.
The application must include: – the documentation concerning the quality system;
-an undertaking to fulfil the obligations arising out of the approved quality system;
– commitment to maintain the approved quality system in accordance with the authorization, in order to ensure the efficiency of the operation and its continued;
– documents relating to the approved type and a copy of the EC type-examination certificate.
4.3.2. Under the quality system, all gas appliances must be examined and appropriate tests shall be carried out in the relevant standards referred to in article 5, or equivalent tests, shall be carried out to verify the conformity with the essential requirements of annex I.
All the conditions, requirements and arrangements adopted by the manufacturer must be documented in a systematic and logical way for measures, procedures and written instructions. This quality system documentation can be the quality programmes, plans, manuals and records be interpreted in a uniform manner.
The quality system documentation shall contain in particular an adequate description of: – the quality objectives, the organisational structure and the responsibilities and the power equipment of gas quality issues;
-the examinations and tests that will be carried out after manufacture;

– methods for checking the effective operation of the quality system.
4.3.3. the notified body shall examine and evaluate the quality of the system, as well as to decide whether it satisfies the requirements laid down in paragraph 4.3.2. The notified body to assume that these requirements are met when the quality of the systems are in conformity with the harmonized standards. The notified body shall inform the manufacturer and the other notified bodies. The notification to the manufacturer must contain the conclusions of the investigations, the name and address of the notified body and the reasoned assessment decision on the gas equipment.
4.3.4. The manufacturer must keep the notified body that has approved the quality system of the quality management system the quality adjustment, for example, new technologies or new concepts.
The notified body must evaluate the modifications proposed and decide whether the amended quality management system the relevant provisions or whether reappraisal is essential. It shall notify its decision to the manufacturer. The notification shall contain the conclusions of the inspection and the reasoned assessment decision.
4.3.5. the notified body which withdraws approval of a quality system must inform the other notified bodies, giving the reasons for its decision.
4.4. the EC monitoring 4.4.1. The aim of "EC" monitoring is to ensure that the manufacturer duly fulfils the obligations arising out of the approved quality system.
4.4.2. The manufacturer must allow the notified body access for inspection purposes to the locations of manufacture, inspection, testing and storage premises and shall provide it with all necessary information, in particular: – the documentation concerning the quality system;
– the quality of the data, such as inspection reports and test data, calibration data, reports on the qualifications of the staff.
4.4.3. The notified body must be checked at least once every two years to ensure that the manufacturer maintains and applies the approved quality system. The inspection shall send the report to the manufacturer.
4.4.4. Furthermore, the notified body may pay unannounced visit to the manufacturer. At the time of such visits the notified body may test or to be tested for gas appliances. The notified body must provide the manufacturer with an inspection report and, if a test report.
4.4.5. at the request of the manufacturer shall be permitted to provide a further report to the notified body.
5. EC verification 5.1. EC verification is the procedure whereby the manufacturer or his authorized representative established in the territory of the European economic community, ensures and declares that the equipment which have been subject to the provisions of paragraph 5.3, are with the type as described in the EC type-examination certificate and satisfy the requirements of this regulation.
5.2. the manufacturer must take all the necessary measures for gas appliances with the type as described in the EC type-examination certificate and the requirements of this regulation in order to ensure the conformity of production. The manufacturer or his authorized representative established within the European economic area shall affix the CE marking to each gas appliance and draw up a written declaration of conformity. This declaration may cover one or more gas to the device, and the manufacturer or his authorized representative established within the European economic area is to be maintained.
5.3. the EC inspection can be done at the choice of the manufacturer, either by examination and testing of every gas device, in accordance with paragraph 5.4, or by examination and testing of the device in accordance with the paragraph 5.5. gas statistically The notified body must carry out the appropriate examinations and tests in order to check that the equipment is in conformity with the requirements of this regulation of the gas.
5.4. each examination and testing on the gas device 5.4.1. All gas appliances must be examined and appropriate tests shall be required in article 5, or equivalent tests, shall be set out in the relevant standards referred to in for the purpose of verifying that the gas equipment with the type as described in the EC type-examination certificate and with the requirements of this regulation.
5.4.2. the notified body must affix its identification number to each approved product and draw up a written certificate of conformity of the gas equipment. The certificate may cover one or more of the gas.
5.4.3. the manufacturer or his authorized representative is able to supply the notified body's certificates of conformity issued by the inspection body.
5.5. Statistical verification 5.5.1. The manufacturer shall submit to the manufacture of gas appliances manufactured in the form of uniform batches and shall take all the necessary measures in order to ensure the homogeneity of the manufacturing production of the items.
5.5.2. Gas appliances are checked on the basis of the statistical sampling procedure method. Gas appliances must be sorted uniform manufacturing batches with a single model manufactured under the same conditions. The production batch shall be inspected at random intervals. Each sample of the gas equipment must be examined and all must be appropriate in article 5, or equivalent tests, shall be set out in the relevant standards referred to in to decide whether to accept or reject the batch.
The sampling plan as a practical toteutuksena is used for the following: – the usual quality level corresponding to a probability of acceptance of 95%, 0.5 and 1.5%, when vastaamattomuusprosentti is;
-a limit quality corresponding to a probability of acceptance of 5%, while the vastaamattomuusprosentti is between 5 and 10%.
5.5.3. If the batch is accepted, the notified body must affix its identification number to the gas equipment and draw up a written certificate of conformity. All the gas appliances may be placed on the market, with the exception of those in the sample gas appliances that do not conform.
If a batch is rejected, the notified body shall take the necessary measures to prevent the placing on the market of the manufacturing batch. If making frequent often, the notified body may suspend the statistical verification.
The manufacturer may, under the responsibility of the notified body to draw the latter's identification number during the manufacturing process.
5.5.4. the manufacturer or his authorized representative is able to supply the notified body's certificates of conformity issued by the inspection body. (2.9.1994/804) 6 PRODUCT verification 6.1. Product-specific "EC" verification is the procedure whereby the manufacturer or his authorized representative established in the territory of the European economic community, ensures and declares that the equipment which has been issued with the certificate referred to in paragraph 6.2, the gas must conforms to the requirements laid down in this regulation. The manufacturer or his authorized representative established within the European economic area must affix the CE marking to the equipment and draw up a written certificate of conformity for gas and keep it.
6.2. The notified body must examine the appliance and carry out the necessary tests of gas planning documents, taking into account, in order to ensure that the gas equipment is in conformity with the essential requirements of this regulation.
The notified body must affix, or cause to be affixed to an approved gas equipment and draw up a written certificate of conformity.
6.3. connection with matters covered by Annex II, subparagraph 1.2.1, on the basis of the planning documents have to be able to assess the conformity of the pressure equipment with the requirements of this regulation of the gas equipment to understand the design, manufacture and operation of the device. Planning documents must be given to the use of the notified body.
6.4. If the notified body deems it necessary, may be the appropriate examinations and necessary tests to make a gas after installation of the appliance.
6.5. the manufacturer or his authorized representative must ensure that he is able to supply the notified body's certificates of conformity issued by the inspection body.
(2.9.1994/804)
Annex III CE Marking And OTHER Records 1. The CE marking consists of the initials "CE" as shown in the illustration: the CE mark attached to the audit and the identification number of the notified body responsible for the checks.
2. The gas the appliance or its data plate must bear the CE marking and the following information:-the manufacturer's name or trade name of the device ID, to gas, – any type of power supply, the device class in which the CE marking was affixed,-the last two digits of the year.
The installation of the necessary information can be added in accordance with the type of equipment.
3. If the CE marking is reduced or enlarged, the proportions given in the above graduated drawing must be respected image.
The CE marking must have substantially the same. The height must be at least 5 mm. (2.9.1994/804) Annex II to the EEA Agreement and Council Directive (90/396/EEC) the change of the date of entry into force of the acts and application: 2.9.1994/804: This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 January 1995.
Gas equipment of Regulation (Council regulation 1434/98) marked in accordance with liquefied petroleum gas and natural gas devices as well as equipment gets to market, and to introduce, at the latest, until 31 December 1996.
Decision of the EEA Joint Committee of 21 March 1994 No 7/94. Annex II to the EEA Agreement: Council Directive 93/68/EEC 13.10.1995/1169: This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 November 1995.

on 21 May 1999/694: This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 December 1999.