IGEM/UP/19 Edition 2 - Design and application of interlock devices and associated systems used with
gas appliance installations in commercial catering establishments
A draft of IGEM/UP/19 Edition 2 - Design and application of interlock devices and associated systems used with gas appliance installations in commercial catering establishments, is available for comment.
This draft Standard IGEM/UP/19 Edition 2 has been prepared by a Panel and is submitted to industry for its consideration and comment. The draft can be found here and the comment form can be downloaded from here.
This Standard supersedes IGEM/UP/19 Edition 1.
This Standard has been drafted by a Panel appointed by the Institution of Gas Engineers and Managers’ (IGEM’s) Gas Utilisation Committee, subsequently approved by that Committee, approved by the Technical Coordinating Committee and published by the authority of the Council of the Institution.
This Standard provides requirements for the design and application of various air flow and air quality interlock devices and associated systems used in conjunction with gas appliance installations in new commercial catering establishments, and applies to replacement of, or extension to, existing installations. It also provides the requirements for air quality testing of new and existing commercial catering establishments.
This Standard applies to installations of maximum operating pressure (MOP) not exceeding 100 mbar supplied with heavier and lighter than air flammable gases such as Towns (manufactured) gas, Natural Gas (NG), Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG), LPG/air and biogases.
Please forward your comments on the draft standard, using the associated comment form to firstname.lastname@example.org by 4 March 2022.