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  • BS 5410-1:1977

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    CODE OF PRACTICE FOR OIL FIRING - INSTALLATIONS UP TO 44 KW OUTPUT CAPACITY FOR SPACE HEATING AND HOT WATER SUPPLY PURPOSES

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF

    Superseded date:  15-01-1998

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  01-01-1977

    Publisher:  British Standards Institution

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    Foreword
    Cooperating organizations
    Specification
    Section one. General
    1. Scope
    2. References
    Section two. Liquid fuels
    3. Types of petroleum oil fuels
    4. Typical petroleum oil fuel characteristics
    Section three. Appliances and burners
    5. Types of appliance
    6. Types of burner
    7. Selection of appliance
    Section four. Oil storage tanks and equipment
    8. Types
    9. Capacity
    10. Design and test conditions
    11. Oil level indicators and gauges
    12. Overfilling alarm and signalling system
    13. Pressure unloading device
    14. Filling pipes and connections
    15. Vent pipes
    16. Installation of tanks
    17. Tank supports
    18. Painting and cleaning
    Section five. Oil system from storage tank to burner
    19. Fuel supply systems
    20. Fuel feed pipework
    Section six. Accommodation for boilers and air heaters
    21. General
    22. Location of appliances
    23. Provision for air combustion and ventilation
    24. Appliance temperature and its relation to
         surrounding building materials
    Section seven. Accommodation for oil storage tanks for
    single family dwellings
    25. General
    26. Siting of oil storage tanks
    27. Methods of tank protection
    28. Requirements for tank accommodation
    29. Catchpits
    Section eight. Flues and chimneys
    30. Choice of materials
    31. Design and construction of chimneys
    32. Size and height of chimneys
    33. Height and position of chimneys above roofs
    34. Shared chimneys
    35. Structural chimneys
    36. Factory made insulated chimneys
    37. Insulated flue pipes used as chimneys
    38. Single skin flue pipes used as chimneys
    39. Liners for chimneys
    40. Chimney terminals
    41. External cladding
    42. Flue pipes for connecting appliances to chimneys
    43. Dampers
    44. Inspection and cleaning
    45. Appliances designed to operate with integral flue
         systems
    46. Inspection and testing on site
    Section nine. Electrical and control requirements
    47. Electrical requirements
    48. Purpose of controls
    Section ten. Commissioning
    49. General
    50. Responsibilities of the commissioning engineer
    Section eleven. Maintenance
    51. General
    52. Access for maintenance
    53. Manuals
    54. Safety controls
    Section twelve. Conversions of existing appliances
    55. General
    56. Technical recommendations
    Section thirteen. Legal requirements
    57. General
    58. Summary of regulations
    Appendix
    A. Gravity oil pipe sizing
    Tables
    1. Specification data for class C2 and class D
         petroleum oil fuels as given in BS 2869: 1970
    2. Typical characteristics of class C2 and class D
         petroleum oil fuels
    3. Minimum hot water storage capacity for typical
         households in temperate climates
    4. External tank site distance requirements
    5. Materials for flue pipes connecting appliances
         to chimneys
    Figures
    1. Typical perforated sleeve burner
    2. Typical natural draught pot burner
    3. Typical mechanical draught pot burner
    4. Typical mechanical draught pot burner with a
         central air diffuser
    5. Typical rotary vaporizing burner
    6. Typical pressure jet burner
    7. Typical oil supply system: gravity feed
    8. Typical oil supply system: sub-gravity feed with
         oil filter
    9. Typical oil supply system: sub gravity feed flow
    10. Nomogram for gravity oil pipe sizing: class C2
         fuel (keros ne)
    11. Nomogram for gravity oil pipe sizing: class D fuel
         (gas oil)

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    Relates to oil burning installations up to 44 kW output capacity for space heating and hot water supply systems and associated oil tanks of up to 3400 litres. Applicable where relevant, to oil fired cookers connected to flues. Includes sections on liquid fuels, oil storage tanks and equipment, oil system from storage tank to burner, accommodation, flues and chimneys, electrical and control requirements, commissioning, maintenance, conversions of existing appliances and legal requirements.

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    Committee RHE/13
    Development Note Supersedes BS CP3002-2(1964) (07/2004)
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher British Standards Institution
    Status Superseded
    Superseded By
    Supersedes

    Standards Referenced By This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    BS 5588-11(1997) : 1997 FIRE PRECAUTIONS IN THE DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND USE OF BUILDINGS - PART 11: CODE OF PRACTICE FOR SHOPS, OFFICES, INDUSTRIAL, STORAGE AND OTHER SIMILAR BUILDINGS
    BS 799-2(1981) : 1981 SPECIFICATION FOR OIL BURNING EQUIPMENT - VAPORIZING BURNERS
    BS 5588-1(1990) : 1990 FIRE PRECAUTIONS IN THE DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND USE OF BUILDINGS - PART 1: CODE OF PRACTICE FOR RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS
    BS 5601-3(1979) : 1979 CODE OF PRACTICE FOR VENTILATION AND HEATING OF CARAVANS - INSTALLATION OF OIL FIRED HEATING APPLIANCES
    BS 8210:1986 GUIDE TO BUILDING MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT
    BS 5449(1990) : 1990 SPECIFICATION FOR FORCED CIRCULATION HOT WATER CENTRAL HEATING SYSTEMS FOR DOMESTIC PREMISES
    BS 2869-2(1988) : 1988 FUEL OILS FOR NON-MARINE USE - SPECIFICATIONS FOR FUEL OIL FOR AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL ENGINES AND BURNERS (CLASSES A2, C1, C2, D, E, F, G AND H)
    BS 5588-2(1985) : 1985 FIRE PRECAUTIONS IN THE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF BUILDINGS - CODE OF PRACTICE FOR SHOPS
    BS 7435-1(1991) : 1991 FIBRE CEMENT FLUE PIPES, FITTINGS AND TERMINALS - SPECIFICATION FOR LIGHT QUALITY FIBRE CEMENT FLUE PIPES, FITTINGS AND TERMINALS
    BS 4989(1984) : 1984 SPECIFICATION FOR HOLIDAY CARAVANS
    BS 6700(1987) : 1987 SPECIFICATION FOR DESIGN INSTALLATION TESTING AND MAINTENANCE OF SERVICES SUPPLYING WATER FOR DOMESTIC USE WITHIN BUILDINGS AND THEIR CURTILAGES
    BS 6380(1983) : 1983 GUIDE TO LOW TEMPERATURE PROPERTIES AND COLD WEATHER USE OF DIESEL FUELS AND GAS OILS (CLASSES A1 A2 AND D OF BS 2869)
    BS 5925(1980) : 1980 CODE OF PRACTICE FOR DESIGN OF BUILDINGS: VENTILATION PRINCIPLES AND DESIGNING FOR NATURAL VENTILATION
    BS 5588-3(1983) : 1983 FIRE PRECAUTIONS IN THE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF BUILDINGS - CODE OF PRACTICE FOR OFFICE BUILDINGS
    BS 3632:1995 SPECIFICATION FOR RESIDENTIAL PARK HOMES
    BS 2869:1998 SPECIFICATION FOR FUEL OILS FOR AGRICULTURAL, DOMESTIC AND INDUSTRIAL ENGINES AND BOILERS

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    BS 799-2(1981) : 1981 SPECIFICATION FOR OIL BURNING EQUIPMENT - VAPORIZING BURNERS
    BS 2871-1(1971) : 1971 SPECIFICATION FOR COPPER AND COPPER ALLOYS - TUBES - PART 1: COPPER TUBES FOR WATER, GAS AND SANITATION
    BS 4543-2(1976) : 1976 FACTORY MADE INSULATED CHIMNEYS - SPECIFICATION FOR CHIMNEYS FOR SOLID FUEL FIRED APPLIANCES
    BS 4543-3(1976) : 1976 FACTORY MADE INSULATED CHIMNEYS - SPECIFICATION FOR CHIMNEYS FOR OIL FIRED APPLIANCES
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