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DIN EN 378-1:2014-02

DIN EN 378-1:2014-02

Refrigerating systems and heat pumps - Safety and environmental requirements - Part 1: Basic requirements, definitions, classification and selection criteria; English version prEN 378-1:2013 / Note: Date of issue 2014-01-10

Systèmes de réfrigération et pompes à chaleur - Exigences de sécurité et d'environnement - Partie 1: Exigences de base, définitions, classification et critères de choix; Version allemande prEN 378-1:2013 / Attention: Date de parution 2014-01-10

Kälteanlagen und Wärmepumpen - Sicherheitstechnische und umweltrelevante Anforderungen - Teil 1: Grundlegende Anforderungen, Begriffe, Klassifikationen und Auswahlkriterien; Deutsche Fassung prEN 378-1:2013 / Achtung: Erscheinungsdatum 2014-01-10

Fecha Anulación:
2017-03 /Withdrawn
Equivalencias internacionales:

prEN 378-1 (2013-12)

Resumen:
This European Standard specifies the requirements relating to safety of persons and property (but not goods in storage) and the local and global environment for:a) stationary and mobile refrigerating systems of all sizes, including heat pumps;b) secondary cooling or heating systems;c) location of these refrigerating systems.NOTE 1 For secondary heating or cooling systems charged with any refrigerants listed in Annex E the charge limitations of part 1 (Annex C) apply.For refrigerating systems with a limited mass of refrigerant only some of the parts and clauses are applicable. The exceptions are defined in the scope and the clauses of each part of EN 378.This European Standard is not applicable to refrigerating systems with air or water as refrigerant.Systems using refrigerants other than those listed in Annex E are not covered by this European Standard as long as a safety class is not assigned.NOTE 2 For the safety classification of refrigerant fluids not included in Annex E, see Annex F.This European Standard covers the hazards mentioned in the introduction.This European Standard is applicable to new refrigerating systems and modification of existing refrigerating systems in case the type of refrigerant changed or pressure vessels are replaced. The part dealing with maintenance, repair, operation, recovery, reuse and disposal also applies to existing systems. Parties responsible for existing refrigerating systems should consider the safety and environmental aspects of this European Standard and implement the more stringent requirements so far as they are reasonably practicable. Directive 94/9/EC concerning equipment and protective systems intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres can be applicable to the type of machine or equipment covered by this European Standard. The present standard is not intended to provide means of complying with the essential health and safety requirements of Directive 94/9/EC.
Keywords:
Accident prevention, Chemical hazards, Classification, Classification systems, Cold rooms, Coldness, Commissioning, Components, Containers, Cooling systems, Definitions, Design, Documentation, Electrical equipment, Environment, Environmental requirements, Evacuations, Explosion hazard, Fire extinguishers, Fire risks, Hazards, Heat pumps, Indicating devices, Installations, Machine rooms, Maintenance, Maintenance instructions, Marking, Materials, Measuring instruments, Monitoring, Noise (environmental), Occupational safety, Operation, Outlets, Pipelines, Pollution control, Pressure, Pressure overload, Production, Protection, Protection against danger, Protective clothing, Protective equipment, Reclamation, Recovery, Refrigerants, Refrigerating plant, Refrigerating plants, Refrigeration, Repair, Reuse, Safety devices, Safety engineering, Safety measures, Safety requirements, Selection, Selection support, Special knowledge, Specification (approval), Testing, Vibration, Waste disposal, Workplace safety
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