Title: Natural gas and propane installation code — originally published CAN/ CSA-B originally consisted of pages (xii preliminary and text). Several sections of the Canadian Standards Association B & B Natural Gas and. Propane Code require clarification. This Directive updates. 27 Nov Guest speaker Jeremy Salazar updated members on changes to CSA B, the Natural Gas and Propane Installation Code. Salazar.
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Following the publication of the edition, the decision was made to split the Code into two parts: Direct Gas-Fired Air Heaters new The new definition recognizes that a direct gas-fired air heater may be capable of either ventilation mode, to off-set building heat loss; or process mode, intended for drying, baking or curing product; or both operating modes.
Revisions to Clauses 6.
Quick disconnect devices or gas codw outlets. Under this agreement, CSA acquired the complete range of IAS standards administration, certification, and registration products and services for appliances and accessories fuelled by natural and liquefied petroleum gases. Revisions to Clause 7.
The present clause was found to be confusing and was rewritten for clarification. This article, related to changes in version of B Nxtural 8 of the Code describes the requirements for venting systems and air supply for appliance installations. Changes to Section 7 in the edition affect the following sub-sections:.
Revision to Clause 7. When inspecting installations one must use the Code in existence at the time the installation was installed as Codes are generally not retroactive. Revision to Clause 4.
Section 5 of the Code describes the requirements for pressure controls in natural gas and propane installations. Check valve technology has been developed to prevent flue products backflow issues.
It is, therefore, crucial that the gas technician not only has the latest edition of the Code and current provincial regulations but access to previous Codes for reference when inspecting existing installations.
There is a used market for these heaters and they can still be functional, if well maintained, after 30 years. Section 4 of the Code describes the general requirements of propane and natural gas installations. The following provides information related to references that g149.1-10 been changed or added. Quick-disconnect Device The definition was expanded to address a disconnect device equipped with ocde automatic means to shut b149.1-10 the gas supply when the device is disconnected and is certified to ANSI Z Fordelene med et abonnement: Changes to Section 8 in the edition affect the installatipn sub-sections: Changes to Section 6 in the edition affect the following sub-sections: Changes to Section 4 in the edition affect the following sub-sections:.
Revisions to Section 6. Changes to Section 7 in the edition affect the following sub-sections: Revisions to renumbered Clause 7. Revision to Clauses 8. This amalgamation was in response to the trend among the authorities having jurisdiction of combining licensing and training for natural gas and propane. Changes to Section 8 in the edition affect the following sub-sections:. Section 5 — Pressure Controls Section 5 of rpopane Code describes the requirements for pressure controls in natural gas and propane installations.
This definition recognizes check valve technology developed to prevent flue products backflow issues. Gas connectors for outdoor use.
The standard was originally developed for copper metallic press fittings but in the standard was revised to include other dode materials copper, carbon steel and stainless steel. For the propane technician working in the field, it can be a challenge to determine what has been deleted, added or amended, since the last Code was published.
Revision to Clause 8. It was updated in October Users of the Code are advised that the change markers in the text are not intended to be all-inclusive and are provided as a convenience only; such markers cannot constitute a comprehensive guide to the revisions made to the Code.
It provides a single source for the installation of appliances regardless of their installed location. Section 6 of the Code describes the requirements for piping and tubing systems, gas hose, and fittings in natural gas and propane installations.
Section nstural of the Code describes the requirements for specifics types of appliance installations. Because of this used market, they will often be installed on renovations or new projects. The editions of the Codes are the completion of a 5-year code cycle that CSA uses to keep the Codes updated to address new technologies, new installation materials, and changing building environments.
The committees who update the codes also consider changes to improve the usability of the document. Revisions to Section 7.
Care must therefore be taken not to rely on the change markers to determine the current requirements of the Code. Movable appliances where the connector is designed for repeated movement and disconnects or reconnection. Revision to Section 8. This venting technology is currently permitted in Europe. Changes to Section 5 in the edition affect the following sub-sections: Notes to the text do not include mandatory or alternative requirements.