EN 13785:2005+A1:2008

Regulators with a capacity of up to and including 100 kg/h, having a maximum nominal outlet pressure of up to and including 4 bar, other than those covered by EN 12864 and their associated safety devices for butane, propane or their mixtures

Publication date:   Feb 27, 2009

General information

99.60 Withdrawal effective   Jun 12, 2013


CEN/TC 181 Appliances and leisure vehicle installations using liquefied petroleum gas and appliances using natural gas for outdoor use

European Norm

23.060.40   Pressure regulators



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This document defines the constructional and operational characteristics, the safety requirements, test methods and the marking of regulators having a capacity of less than or equal to 100 kg/h, other than the regulators covered by EN 12864, for butane, propane or their mixtures, in the gaseous phase.
Regulators for caravans up to 1,5 kg/h are covered by EN 12864.
NOTE 1 bar = 105 Pa.
This document also applies to the safety devices which are included within regulators covered by this document. The characteristics of these devices are given in annexes A and B.
The requirements apply generally to regulators used in locations where the temperature likely to be reached during use is between -20 °C and +50 °C. When the regulators are used at temperatures below -20 °C it is essential that they comply with special requirements which are defined in annex C.
This document does not include the installation rules for regulators. Reference should be made to national regulations in force in the member countries.
This document only covers type testing.
WARNING NOTICE: The figures in annexes G and H show the types of connections used according to the country of use of the regulators.
The top part of these figures (above the horizontal line) applies to the regulator and is normative.
The bottom part of these figures (below the horizontal line) applies to the part to be connected to the regulator. This is given as a guide for the tests and is not normative.

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EN 13785:2005+A1:2008
99.60 Withdrawal effective
Jun 12, 2013


EN 16129:2013