Gas Food Service Equipment
1.1.1 This standard applies to newly produced gas food service equipment
providing coverage for ranges and unit broilers, baking and roasting ovens,
counter appliances, deep fat fryers and kettles, steam cookers and steam
generators (see Part IV, Definitions) hereinafter referred to as appliances,
constructed entirely of new, unused parts and materials for use in food service
centers of commercial, industrial, institutional and public assembly buildings:
a. For use with natural gas;
b. For use with manufactured gas;
c. For use with mixed gas;
d. For use with propane gas;
e. For use with liquefied petroleum gases (See 2.2-e);
f. For use with LP gas-air mixtures; and
g. For use with either natural, manufactured, or mixed gas and convertible
(see Part IV, Definitions) for use with either propane gas or liquefied
The construction of gas food service equipment for use with the above-mentioned
gases is covered under Part I.
The performance of gas food service equipment for use with the above-mentioned
gases is covered under Part II.
The construction of floor-supported and built-in food service appliances for
use with the above-mentioned gases is covered under Part I.
The performance of floor-supported and built-in food service appliances for use
with the above-mentioned gases is covered under Part II.
1.1.2 Where specific type of equipment is involved, that product type (e.g.,
fryer) will be identified and underlined in the provision and will only apply
to that product type.
1.1.3 This standard also covers all electrical equipment, wiring and
accessories built in or supplied for use with an appliance. It covers only
such appliances with electrical equipment, wiring and accessories which are
installed in accordance with the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70 or the
Canadian Electrical Code, CSA C22.1, as applicable.
1.1.4 If a value for measurement as given in this standard is followed by an
equivalent value in other units, the first stated value is to be regarded as
1.1.5 All references to psi through this standard are to be considered gage
pressure unless otherwise specified.
1.1.6 Outdoor Appliances, Carts, and Trailers
a. Appliances complying with sections of this standard which specify
outdoor appliances shall be marked per Section 1.50, Marking.
b. Appliances which are for use with a self-contained LP-gas system shall
comply with Sections 1.42 and 1.43.
c. Outdoor appliances also include appliances which are intended to be
towed behind a vehicle. This standard does not address the issues of
road performance nor Department of Transportation (Federal, State,
Canadian, or Provincial) rules and regulations concerning trailers.
d. A manufacturer shall supply adequate documentation to a testing agency
that the trailer equipped with appliances meets applicable regulations
and is eligible for titling and licensing. Listing by an approval
agency to this standard does not imply that the trailer complies with
the necessary codes applicable to vehicles for use on highways, roads,
e. This standard also covers the permanent gas distribution system used in
any cart or trailer that is being submitted for evaluation under this
f. This standard is not intended for appliances that are:
1. For use in mobile structures with walls on all four sides and a
2. Listed separately for mounting on a trailer or cart.
3. Carts or trailers that are listed without appliances.
g. Carts and trailers shall only be investigated for gas supply system
1.1.7 Exhibit A contains items that are unique to the United States.
1.1.8 Exhibit B contains items that are unique to Canada.
1.1.9 Exhibit C contains a list of standards specifically referenced in this
standard, and sources from which these reference
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