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CGA 5.2-1971 (R2013)

CSA Group CGA 5.2-1971 (R2013) - Gas-Fired Waterless Toilets

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Scope

1.1.1
The application of these requirements shall be limited to gas-fired waterless toilets which are manufactured, sold and installed as a packaged, completely assembled, unit.

1.1.2
Gas-fired toilets approved under these requirements are intended to be installed in accordance with the Provincial installation requirements or in their absence CSA B149 installation cod e shall prevail.

1.1.3
Gas-fired toilets approved under these requirements shall be newly produced toilets, constructed entirely of new, unused parts and materials.

1.1.4
Waterless Toilets with sealed combustion system. A self contained appliance constructed so that all air for combustion is derived from the outside atmosphere and all flue gases are discharged to the outside atmosphere.

Scope

1.1.1
The application of these requirements shall be limited to gas-fired waterless toilets which are manufactured, sold and installed as a packaged, completely assembled, unit.

1.1.2
Gas-fired toilets approved under these requirements are intended to be installed in accordance with the Provincial installation requirements or in their absence CSA B149 installation cod e shall prevail.

1.1.3
Gas-fired toilets approved under these requirements shall be newly produced toilets, constructed entirely of new, unused parts and materials.

1.1.4
Waterless Toilets with sealed combustion system. A self contained appliance constructed so that all air for combustion is derived from the outside atmosphere and all flue gases are discharged to the outside atmosphere.