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Improving the safety of gas appliances and installations

Improving the safety of gas appliances and installations


Standards New Zealand has published and reconfirmed several gas standards that will improve the safety of many gas appliances.

These include portable gas appliances, gas space heating appliances, domestic outdoor gas barbecues, decorative gas log and other fuel effect appliances, and existing gas installations. Read more.

Buy these standards:

NZS 5266:2014 Safety of gas appliances

NZS 5256:2014 Verification of the safety of gas appliances

NZS AS 4553(Int).1&.2:2013 Gas space heating appliances – Part 1: Essential safety and Part 2: Efficiency and emissions

NZS AS 4557(Int):2013 Domestic outdoor gas barbecues

NZS AS 4558(Int):2013 Decorative gas log and other fuel effect appliances

NZS 5255:2014 Safety verification of existing gas installations

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