In order to sell in the European Economic Area, new hot water boilers that use liquid or gaseous fuels must fulfil the technical criteria established in
Commission Regulation (EU) 813/2013, which implements
Directive 2009/125/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council, with respect to the environmentally-friendly design requirements applicable to hearing devices and combined heaters. Part of the process for assessing conformity with these requirements is established in
Directive 92/42/EC, whereby the manufacturer or its authorised representatives are responsible for declaring compliance with the environmentally-friendly design requirements established in said regulation.
The responsible party must issue the Declaration of Conformity and place the CE Mark on the product. These steps will ensure the free flow of products within the European Market.
The commercialisation of new water boilers fired with liquid or gas fuels requires a notified body like AENOR to certify compliance with the necessary performance requirements compiled in Regulation (EU) 813/2013.
notified by the
Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism and
accredited by the
National Accreditation Entity (ENAC) for the
Directive 92/42/EC, regarding the efficiency of new boilers.
The Directive 92/42/EC is applicable to new water boilers fired with liquid gas fuel of nominal power equal to or greater than 4 kW and equal to or lower than 400 kW.
In the Commission's statement (2014/C 207/02) within the application framework of Regulation (EU) 813/2013, the titles and references of the provisional measurement methods are published for the purpose of applying Regulation (EU) 813/2013.
The certification scheme is outlined in article 7 of Directive 92/42/EC.
For boilers manufactured in series, the certification of compliance scheme will feature an initial performance examination of a module B boiler, followed by the declaration of conformity of one of the C, D or E modules.
The production safety audits for Modules based on quality assurance systems are easily integrated with the ISO 9001 audits. Companies that maintain a quality management system certified by AENOR can take advantage of integrating these assessments with the ISO 9001 audits: save on planning, resources, etc.
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