BS EN 50379-2:2004
BS EN 50379-2:2004
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BS EN 50379-2:2004

Specification for portable electrical apparatus designed to measure combustion flue gas parameters of heating appliances. Performance requirements for apparatus used in statutory inspections and assessment

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BS EN 50379-2:2004

Specification for portable electrical apparatus designed to measure combustion flue gas parameters of heating appliances. Performance requirements for apparatus used in statutory inspections and assessment

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BS EN 50379-2:2004

Specification for portable electrical apparatus designed to measure combustion flue gas parameters of heating appliances. Performance requirements for apparatus used in statutory inspections and assessment

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Printed publication for Next Day or Standard Delivery
Price:  £78 (50% discount for members - click here for more information)
Product details for BS EN 50379-2:2004
Category: ENVIRONMENT AND HEALTH PROTECTION. SAFETY

Publication date: 2007-01-30

Product detail: 14 pages

ISBN reference: 0000000000978

Cross references to standards relating to BS EN 50379-2:2004: EN 50270, EN 50271, EN 50379-1, EN 60335-1:1994, EN 60359:2002, EN 60529:1991

Keywords: Gas detectors, Portable, Electrically-operated devices, Combustion products, Gas analysis, Exhaust gases, Flued heaters, Heaters, Heating equipment, Warning devices, Inspection, Examination (quality assurance), Performance, Test methods

Variations and abbreviations: BS50379-2:2004,BS50379,BS 50379
Standards in the BS 50379 series:  BS EN 50379-3:2004   BS EN 50379-1:2004   BS EN 50379-2:2004   BS EN 50379-2:2012   BS EN 50379-3:2012  


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