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This

Singapore

Standard

was

behalf of the

Standards Council

First published,

First revision, 1999

Second

1982

2006

revision,

approved

by

the

of Singapore on

Building

and

Construction

7 December 2006.

Standards

Committee

on

The

Building

and

Construction

Standards

Committee appointed

by the

Standards

Council

the following

members:

 

Name

Chairman

Mr Goh

Peng Thong

1

st

2 nd

Dy Chairman

Dy Chairman

Dr Tam

Mr Tan Tian

Chat Tim

Chong

Capacity

Member,

Standards

Council

Member,

Standards

Council

Member,

Standards Council

consists

of

Secretary 1

Mr Kenneth Lim

See

Khoon

Secretary 2

Ms

Lee Hiok Hoong

Members

Mr Boo Geok Kwang

Mr Chan

Dr Jimmy Chen Wie Ying

Mr Chong

Mr Paul

Mr Desmond

Mr Joseph

Mr Benedict Lee

Ms Andris

Hill

Kiu

Kok Way

Kee Sen

Fok

Lai Kuang

Leong

Khee

Chong

Assoc Prof Leong

Mr Larry Ng

Assoc Prof Gary Ong

Eng Choon

Khim

Lye Hock

Chye

Er.

Er.

Dr Tan

See Sing

Shum

Kok

Chee Hoang

Guan

SPRING Singapore

SPRING Singapore

Singapore

Individual Capacity

Individual Capacity

Institution of Engineers,

Land

Civil Defence Force

Singapore

Transport Authority

Singapore Contractors Association Limited

JTC Corporation

Singapore Institute of Architects

Building and Construction Authority

Nanyang

Urban Redevelopment Authority

National University of Singapore

Singapore Manufacturers' Federation

Technological University

Housing & Development Board

Association of Consulting Engineers, Singapore

The

Standards Committee and

from the following organisations:

Technical

Committee on

Facilities

responsible for the

Management

appointed

by

the

preparation

of this standard

Construction

consists of representatives

Building

and

Chairman

Secretary

Members

Name

Mr Joseph

Lai

Ms

Mr Abdul

Mr Jeffrey Chua

Lee

Hiok Hoong

Rashid

b Ibrahim

Capacity

Member, Building Construction Standards Committee

SPRING Singapore

Energy Market Authority

CPG Facilities Management Pie Ltd

2

Members

Mr Foo Say Chiang

Mr Amous Lee Tarn Siong

Mr Ong Chau Tuang

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Singapore Institute of Building Ltd

Ngee Ann Polytechnic

Assoc Prof Chandra Sekhar National University of Singapore

Co-opted Member

Ms Yvonne Soh Swee Leng

Building and Construction Authority

Institution of Engineers, Singapore

Assoc Prof Wong Wai Fan Nanyang Technological University

Mr Sumarni Bin Sarmin

Mr Yap Chu Ing

Mr Ram Bhaskar

Housing

National Environment Agency

& Development Board

The Working Group appointed by the Technical Committee to assist in the preparation of this standard comprises the following experts who contribute in their individual capacity:

 

Name

Convenor

Mr Ram Bhaskar

Members

Mr Abdul Rashid b Ibrahim Mr Bok Chee Meng Mr Leow Kok Chong Mr Ong Chau Tuang Mr Phua Hong Aik Assoc Prof Chandra Sekhar Assoc Prof Wong Yew Wah

The organisations in which the experts of the Working Group are involved are:

Building and Construction Authority Energy Market Authority Institution of Engineers, Singapore Nanyang Technological University National Environment Agency National University of Singapore Ngee Ann Polytechnic Singapore Association for Environmental, Occupational Health & Safety Companies (SAFEco)

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Contents

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Page

Foreword

6

 

_

CLAUSES

1

Scope

_

7

2

Normative references

7

3

Definitions, abbreviations and acronyms

 

_

7

4

Air-conditioning equipment

_

11

5

Water heaters

15

6

Electric motors

18

7

Lighting power budget

_

20

TABLES

 

Unitary air-conditioners and condensing units, electrically operated - Minimum efficiency requirements

 

13

2 Water chilling packages - Minimum efficiency requirements

 

14

3 Performance requirements for heat rejection equipment

 

_

15

4 Gas and oil-fired boilers - Minimum efficiency requirements

 

_

16

5 Water heating equipment - Performance requirements

 

17

6 General purpose motors - Minimum nominal efficiency

 

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19

7 Maximum lighting power budget (including ballast loss)

 

21

ANNEX

A

Normative references

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22

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Foreword

This Code of Practice was prepared by the Working Group under the direction of the Technical Committee on Facilities Management. The Technical Committee is under the purview of the Building and Construction Standards Committee. This standard is a revision of CP 24 : 1999 and has been re-numbered as SS 530.

The purpose of this revision is to keep abreast of international standards in energy efficiency, especially for air-conditioning equipment and electric motors.

The changes include:

(a)

aligning the energy efficiency requirements with international standards. In particular, the efficiency standards for electric motors (refer to Table 6) have been significantly revised and two categories have been introduced based on the operating hours of the motor.

(b)

aligning the code with the NEA Energy Labelling Scheme for air-conditioners and refrigerators for air-cons < 19 kW.

(c)

performance requirements for heat rejection equipment.

(d)

removing the minimum efficiency requirements for packaged terminal air-conditioner (PTAC), which is not commonly used locally.

The values in Tables 1 to 4 of this Singapore Standard are based on ANSI/ASHRAE/IESNA Standard 90.1 : 2004 'Energy standard for buildings except low-rise residential buildings' (SI Edition, including the Addenda/2006 Supplement) while Table 5 has been adapted from the ANSI/ASHRAE/IESNA 90.1 :2004 (IP Edition). © (2006), American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, Inc. (www.ashrae.org). Produced by permission of ASHRAE. The above information may not be copied nor distributed in either paper or digital form without ASHRAE's permission.

The values

Manufacturers of Electrical Machines and Power Electronics (CEMEP) Motor Efficiency Labelling

Scheme.

in Table 6 are based on the guidelines published by the European Commission of

Acknowledgement is made for the use of the information from the above references.

At the time of publication of this Code, it continued to serve as a reference for the Building and Construction Authority's Building Control Regulations.

Attention is drawn to the possibility that some of the elements of this Singapore Standard may be the subject of patent rights. SPRING Singapore shall not be held responsible for identifying any or all of such patent rights.

NOTE

1.

Singapore Standards are subject to periodic review to keep abreast of technological changes and new technical developments. The revisions of Singapore Standards are announced through the issue of either amendment slips or revised editions.

2.

Compliance with a Singapore Standard does not exempt users from legal obligations.

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Code of practice for energy efficiency standard for building and equipment

1 Scope

1.1

This code

provides:

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services

(a)

minimum energy-efficiency requirements for:

 

(i)

new installation of systems and equipment in

buildings;

(ii)

replacement of systems and equipment in

buildings;

and

(iii)

replacement of components of systems and equipment in

buildings.

(b)

criteria for determining

compliance with these requirements.

1.2

1.3

The

with

provisions

of this code apply to the following

buildings:

(i) air-conditioning

(ii) heat rejection equipment;

(iii) water heaters;

(iv) motor drives, and

(v) high efficiency lighting.

equipment ;

2

1

This code shall not prevail

over any safety,

health

systems and

equipment

used

in

or environmental

requirements.

conjunction

-

NOTE

Singapore Standard

1

For related

matters on

energy conservation

13.

Code of Practice CP

in air-conditioning

systems,

reference

is to

be

made to

NOTE 2

Singapore Standard SS 531 "Code of practice for lighting of work places".

- For guidance on the illuminances

recommended for different applications, reference is to be made to

2 Normative references

The

normative documents referred

to in the

Code are

listed

in Annex A.

3 Definitions,

For the

purpose

of this

abbreviations and

acronyms

Code,

the

following

definitions

apply.

Terms

that are

not

defined

shall

have

their ordinarily accepted meanings within the context in which they are used.

3.1 Air-conditioning

The

distribution to meet the comfort requirements of the occupants of the conditioned

process

of

treating

air

to

control

simultaneously

its temperature,

humidity,

cleanliness

space.

and

3.2 Annual fuel

utilization efficiency (AFUE)

The

ratio

of annual

output energy to

annual

input energy,

which

includes

any off-cycle

and

cycling

effects.

pilot

input loss

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3.3

Boiler

A low-pressure, self-contained appliance intended for use in

heating water or producing steam.

3.4 Check metering

Measurement

(electric, gas,

instrumentation

for the

supplementary monitoring

of equipment and

oil,

etc.),

in addition to the

revenue metering furnished

by the utility.

tenant energy use

3.5 Coefficient of pertormance

(COP) • Cooling

The

refrigerating system or some specific portion of that system

ratio

of the

rate of heat

removal

to the

rate

of energy

input

in

consistent units

for

a

complete

under designated operating conditions.

3.6 Control

To regulate the operation

3.7 Control device

A specialised device used

3.8 Electric meter

of equipment.

to regulate the operation of equipment.

A mechanical/electrical device that can

measure consumed electricity.

3.9 Energy

The capacity for

doing

work;

taking

a number

of forms which

may

be

transformed from

one into

another,

such

as

thermal

(heat),

mechanical

(work), electrical and

chemical;

in

SI units,

measured in

joules (J), where

1 joule=

1 Watt-second;

in

customary units,

measured

in kilowatt-hours (kWh).

3.10 Energy efficiency ratio (EER)

The

operating conditions.

ratio

of net cooling capacity (in Watts) to total

rate

of electrical

[See coefficient of performance - cooling]

input (in

Watts) under designated

3.11 Energy factor (EF)

A measure of water heater overall efficiency (as specified in

3.12 Equipment

DOE 1OCFR Part 430).

Devices

for

comfort conditioning,

electric

power, lighting,

transportation,

or

service

water

heating,

including

but

not

limited

to:

furnaces,

boilers,

air-conditioners,

heat

pumps, chillers,

water

heaters,

lamps,

luminaires,

ballasts,

elevators,

escalators,

or other devices or installations.

 

3.13

Fan

system

energy demand

(or fan

system power)

 

The sum of the

nominal

power demand

(nameplate horsepower at nominal

motor efficiency) of motors

of all

source to the conditioned space(s) and

fans that

are

required

to

operate

3.14 Heat

at design

conditions

to

supply air from

the

heating

return it to the source or exhaust it to the outdoors.

or cooling

The

may not be accompanied

form of energy that

is

transferred

by

means

of conduction,

by a temperature difference.

convection

or

radiation,

and

may or

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Closed vessel (boiler) completely filled with water that

furnishes

hot water to be

used

externally to

it at

pressure

not exceeding

1103 kPa

(160

psig)

or at a temperature

not exceeding

121

°C (250

°F)

at or

near the

boiler outlet.

3.16 llluminance

The luminous flux density at a surface,

Lumens

per square metre.

3.17 Kilowatt (kW)

i.e. the

luminous flux

The

basic unit of electric power.

Equal to

1000 W.

3.18

Kilowatt-hour (kWh)

The basic unit of electric energy.

Equal to

1000 Wh.

3.19 Labelled

incident

per unit area (lux or

Ix).

Lux =

Equipment

manufacturer indicating compliance with

or materials

to which

a

symbol

or other

identifying mark

has

in

specified standards or performance

been attached

a specified manner.

by the

3.20 Light output ratio

The ratio of the total

or luminaires

light output of a luminaire

under stated

practical

conditions to that of the

under reference conditions

measured at 25 °C ambient temperature.

luminaire

3.21

Lighting

power budget

The maximum

lighting power per unit floor area of a building,

3.22

Lumen

based on

the type of usage.

The

by a surface.

lumens

SI

unit (Im) of luminous flux,

A source which has

in all

used to describe the quantity of light emitted

a uniform

luminous

in

by a source or received

of 12.566

intensity of one candela emits a total angle.

directions and emits one lumen

one solid

3.23 Luminaire

An

the

circuit.

apparatus which controls the distribution of light given

components

necessary for fixing

and

protecting the

by a lamp or lamps

and

lamps and

for connecting

which

includes

all

them

to the

supply

3.24 Luminous efficacy

The

ratio

(Im/control

W)

of the luminous

flux

emitted

by a

lamp

to the

power consumed

by the

lamp

and

its gear.

It is also sometimes

known

as circuit efficacy.

3.25

Manufacturer

 

The

company

engaged

in

the

original

production

and

assembly

of

products

or equipment or

a

company

that

purchases

such products

and

equipment

manufactured

in

accordance

with

company

specifications.

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3.26

Marked

(nameplate) rating

The design load

otherwise

operating

on

conditions

marked

the device.

of a device

as

shown

by the

manufacturer on the

nameplate or

3.27 Metering

Instruments that measure electric voltage, current,

3.28 Power

power,

etc.

In connection with machines,

types,

power is the time

rate of doing work.

In connection with

In SI

measured in Watts

the transmission

units it is measured

of energy of all

in joules per second (J/s) or in Watts (W); in

power refers to the rate at which energy is transmitted.

customary units, it is

(W).

3.29 Primary system

The

equipment,

central

air

moving,

heating

and

cooling

equipment

including

chilled-water

and

that serves multiple zones through

mixing boxes, VAV boxes, or reheat coils.

3.30 Recovered energy

Energy utilized

an

which

would

energy utilization system.

otherwise

be wasted

(ie. would

not contribute to a desired

end

3.31 Room air-conditioner

hot-water

use) from

An encased

console.

assembly

is designed

It

designed

a

primarily to provide direct

as

unit

source

to

of

It may also

be

mounted in

a

window or

through

an

a

wall,

or

as

a

It

delivery of conditioned air to

for

cooling

and

enclosed space,

and

a

room,

means for circulating

or zone.

includes a

prime

refrigeration,

dehumidification

heating.

and cleaning air.

include a means for ventilating and

3.32 Service water heating

Heating

water

for

domestic

or

commercial

purposes

other

than

space

heating

and

process

requirements.

 

3.33

Solar energy source

 

Source

of natural

daylighting, and

of thermal, chemical or

electrical energy

derived

directly from

conversion of incident solar radiation.

3.34 System

A

and

combination

terminal

of equipment

elements)

and

auxiliary devices (Eg.

by which energy is transformed

VAC, service water heating, or lighting.

3.35 Terminal

controls,

so that it performs a specific function

accessories,

interconnecting

means,

as

such

A device

by which

energy from

a system

is

finally delivered,

eg.

registers,

diffusers,

lighting

fixtures,

faucets,

etc.

3.36 Thermal

resistance (R-value)

The

difference

Unit of R is m

reciprocal

2

of

the

two

time rate

defined

between

K/W.

of

heat

surfaces

flow

through

of material

or

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a

unit area

construction

induced by

under

a

unit

temperature

conditions.

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3.37 Unitary cooling equipment

One

compressor combination.

or

more

factory-made

assemblies

that

normally

include

an

evaporator

or

included.

Units that perform

a heating function are also

cooling

coil

and

a

3.38 Variable air volume (VAV) system

dry-bulb

HVAC

heated or cooled supply air to the space.

system

that

controls the

temperature within

a space by varying

the volumetric flow of

3.39 Ventilating,

air-conditioning system

The

processes of ventilating or air-conditioning to a building.

equipment,

distribution

systems,

and

terminals

that

3.40 Ventilation

provide,

either collectively or

individually the

The

air is not required to have been

process of supplying

or removing air by natural

conditioned.

or mechanical

means to or from

any space.

Such

3.41 Water chilling

package,

absorption

A factory-designed

more

accessories, used for chilling water.

and

prefabricated

assembly (not

necessarily shipped

and

generators,

as one

with

package)

of one

or

and

condensers,

water coolers

(evaporators),

absorbers

interconnections

3.42 Water chilling

package,

centrifugal,

screw or rotary

A factory-designed

and

prefabricated

assembly (not

necessarily shipped

more

interconnections and accessories, used for chilling water.

centrifugal,

screw

or

rotary

compressors,

condensers,

and

water

as

one

coolers

package)

of one

or

(evaporators)

with

3.43 Water chilling

package,

reciprocating

A factory-designed

and

prefabricated

condensers

assembly, self-contained

(self-contained only),

or condenserless,

water

coolers

of one

or more

with

reciprocating compressors,

interconnections and

and

(evaporators)

accessories,

used for chilling water.

3.44 Water heater

Closed vessel in which water is

heated

by the combustion of fuels,

all

electricity,

1103

controls

and

or any other source, and

psig),

to

is withdrawn

for use

external to

the

system

at

pressures

including

prevent water temperatures from exceeding 99

the

apparatus

by

which

the

heat

is

°

generated

°

C (210

F).

not exceeding

and

kPa

gauge

(160

devices

necessary

4 Air-conditioning equipment

4.1 General

All

mechanical

equipment

and

systems

serving

the

building's

cooling

needs

requirements

of

this

clause.

All

mechanical

equipment

shall

be

necessary to determine compliance.

 
 

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with

shall

the

the

information

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4.2 Mechanical

equipment efficiency

Equipment

shown

in

Tables

1

to

3

shall

have a

minimum

performance

at

the

specified

rating

conditions

minimum

cover the following types of equipment:

when

tested in

accordance with

the specified

test procedure.

The

tables contain

the

efficiency

requirements

for equipment

covered

by this code.

The tables

are organised

to

Table

1 Unitary air-conditioners requirements

and

condensing units,

electrically operated

-

Minimum

efficiency

Table 2

Water chilling

packages -

Minimum

efficiency requirements

 

Table 3

Performance

requirements for heat rejection equipment

Where

multiple

rating conditions or

performance

requirements

are

provided,

the

equipment

satisfy all

stated

requirements.

Equipment

used

to provide

water

heating

functions

as part

shall

of

a

combination

system

shall

satisfy all stated requirements for the appropriate space cooling category.

Equipment

efficiency shall

be

supported

by data furnished

by

the manufacturer or shall

be

certified

under a rating

procedure

acceptable to the

relevant authority.

Where

components

such as

indoor or

outdoor coils from

different manufacturers

are used, the

combined

efficiency shall

meet the

minimum

equipment efficiency requirements.

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Equipment type

Size category

Sub-category or

Minimum efficiency

Test procedure

 

rating condition

 

<19kW

 

Inverter systems

 

3.37 COP

 

JIS C 9612

 

Non-inverter

 

2.49 COP

 

ISO 5151

Air-conditioners, air- cooled

;?: 19 kW and <40 kW

Split system and single package

 

3.02 COP

 

ARI 340/360

;?:40 kW and

Split system and

2.84

COP

 
 

<

70 kW

single package

 

;?: 70 kW and < 223 kW

Split system and single package

 

2.78

COP

;?: 223 kW

 

Split system and single package

 

2.70 COP

 

<

19 kW

Split system and single package

 

3.35 COP

 

ARI 210/240

     

Air-conditioners, water and evaporatively cooled

;?: 19 kW and <40 kW

;?: 40 kW and < 70 kW

Split system and single package

Split system and single package

 

3.37

COP

 

ARI 340/360

3.22

COP

 
   

;?:70kW

 

Split system and single package

2.70

COP

Condensing units,

;?:40kW

   

2.96

COP

 

ARI 365

air-cooled

     

Condensing units, water or evaporatively cooled

;?:40kW

   

3.84 COP

   

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Table

2

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Water

chilling

packages -

Minimum efficiency

requirements

Equipment type

Size category

Sub-category or

Minimum

Test procedure

rating

condition

efficiency

a

Air-cooled, with

   

ARI

550/590

condenser,

electrically

operated

All

capacities

 

2.80

COP

   

.

Air-cooled, without condenser, electrically operated

All

capacities

 

3.10

COP

Water-cooled,

   

electrically

All capacities

 

4.20

COP

 

operated,

positive

displacement

 

(Reciprocating)

   

Water-cooled,

< 528 kW

 

4.45

COP

electrically

   

operated,

positive

<0528

kW and

 

4.90 COP

 

displacement (Rotary Screw and Scroll)

< 1055 kW

<01055

kW

5.50

COP

 

< 528

kW

5.00

COP

Water-cooled,

   

electrically

<0528

kW and

 

operated,

<

1055

kW

5.55

COP

centrifugal

   

<01055

kW

6.10

COP

Air-cooled

   

absorption single

All capacities

 

0.60

COP

effect

   

ARI 560

Water-cooled

     

absorption single

All

capacities

0.70

COP

effect

 

Absorption

double

All

capacities

 

1.00 COP

 

effect,

indirect-fired

 

Absorption

double

All

capacities

 

1.00 COP

 

effect,

direct-fired

 

a The chiller equipment efficiency requirements do

not apply for chillers used

where the designed

leaving fluid temperature is less than 4.4

°

C.

in

low temperature applications

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Table

3

-

Performance

requirements

for heat rejection equipment

Equipment type

Propeller or axial fan cooling towers

Centrifugal fan

cooling towers

Total system heat rejection capacity at rated conditions

All

All

 

Subcategory or

rating condition

35

°C Entering water

29

°C Leaving water

24

'C wb Outdoor air

35

°C Entering water

29 °C Leaving water 24 °C wb Outdoor air

Performance

required a

;: 3.23 Us.kW

;: 1. 7 Lis.kW

Test procedure

CTI ATC-105

CTI ATC-105

For the purpose of this table, cooling tower performance is defined as the maximum flow rating of the tower divided by the nameplate rated motor power

air-cooled condenser performance is defined as the heat rejected from the refrigerant divided by the nameplate rated motor power

5 Water heaters

5.1 General

Boilers and water heating equipment shall meet the requirements of this clause.

heating equipment shall be supplied with the information necessary to determine compliance.

All boilers and water

5.2 Equipment efficiency

Boilers and water heating equipment shall have a minimum performance as listed in Tables 4 and 5

respectively. The performance shall be at the specified rating conditions when tested in accordance

Where multiple rating conditions or performance requirements are

with the specified test procedure.

provided, the equipment shall satisfy all rated requirements.

Equipment efficiency shall be supported by data furnished by the manufacturer or shall be certified under a recognised certification programme or rating procedure.

Storage water heaters and hot water storage tanks having more than 530 Cof storage capacity are not required to meet the standby loss (SL) requirements when:

(a)

the tank surface is thermally insulated to R-2.2;

(b)

a standing pilot light is not installed; and

(c)

gas or oil-fired storage water heaters have a flue damper or fan assisted combustion.

5.3

Additional equipment efficiency measures

All gas-fired storage water heaters installed in conditioned spaces shall be equipped with a vent damper listed in accordance with recognised safety standards for vent dampers for use on gas appliances. If the water heater does not have an available electrical supply, the vent damper shall be of a type that does not require an external electrical supply for operation. The vent damper shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.

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5.3.1

Exceptions

This requirement shall not apply to:

(a)

(b)

water heaters equipped with fan-assisted combustion or a power venting device

water heaters equipped with a flue damper.

Table 4

-

Gas and oil-fired

boilers - Minimum efficiency requirements

Equipment type

Boilers,

gas-fired

Boilers,

oil-fired

Oil-fired

(Residual)

   

Sub-category or rating condition 3

Minimum

Test procedure

Size category

efficiency"

   
 

<88 kW

 

Hot water

80%AFUE

 

DOE 10 CFR Part 430

 

Steam

75% AFUE

 

2: 88 kW and

Maximum capacity

75% E,and

 

DOE 10 CFR Part 431'

 

s

733 kW

 

80% E,

 
 

> 733

kW

Hot water

80% E,

>

733 kW

 

Steam

80% E,

 

DOE 10 CFR Part

 

<88 kW

 

80% AFUE

 

430

2: 88 kW and

DOE 10 CFR

 

s 733 kW

Maximum capacity

78% E,and

Part431'

83% E,

 

> 733

kW

Hot water

83% E,

> 733 kW

 

Steam

83% E,

;:, 88 kW and

Maximum capacity

78% E, and 83% E,

 

DOE 10 CFR Part 431'

 

s 733 kW

 

> 733

kW

 

Hot water

83% E,

>

733 kW

 

Steam

83% E,

 

a

b

C

Minimum and maximum ratings as provided for and allowed by the unit"s controls.

E, = Thermal efficiency; E, = Combustion efficiency (100% less flue losses). See reference document for detailed information.

Alternate test procedures used at the manufacturer's option are ANSI Z21.13 and ASME PTC-4.1 for units over 1465 kW.

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Table

5

-

Water heating equipment - Performance requirements

ss 530: 2006

Equipment type

Size category

Sub-category or

Performance

Test procedure b

(Input)

rating condition

required a

 

s 12 kW

Resistance

EF:%

DOE 10 CFR

Pt

Electric water

2

75.7 L

0.93 - 0.00035V

430

 

heaters

   

> 12

kW

Resistance

SL [W]:

V

5.9+5.3

 

ANSI Z21.10.3

 
 

2

75.7 L

 
 

s 24 A and s 250

Heat Pump

EF:%

DOE

10 CFR

Pt

V

0.93

-0.00035V

430

 
 

s22.98

kW

2 75.7 L

EF:% 0.62 - 0.0005V

DOE

10

CFR Pt

Gas storage water heaters

 

430

>22.98

kW

< 309.75 WIL

E, % : 80 SL [W]:

_g_+16.6

800

 

ANSI Z21.10.3

 
 

V

 

> 14.66kW and < 58.62 kW'

2 309.75 WIL and< 7.57 L

EF:% 0.62 - 0.0005V

DOE 10

CFR Pt

Gas instantaneous water heaters

430

 

2 58.62 kW

2 309.75 W/L and< 37.85 L

E,%: 80

ANSI Z21.10.3

 

2 58.62 kW

2 309.75 WIL and 2 37.85 L

E,%: 80

 

SL [W]:

V

 

_g_+16.6

800

 

s 30.78

kW

2 75.7 L

EF:%

DOE 10 CFR

Pt

Oil storage water heaters

 

0.59

- 0.0005V

430

 

> 30.78

kW

< 309.75 WIL

E,%: 78

ANSI Z21.10.3

 
 

SL [W]:

_g_+16.6 V

800

 
 

s 61.55

kW

2 309.75 W!L and< 7.57 L

EF:% 0.59 - 0.0005V

DOE

10 CFR

Pt

Oil instantaneous

 

430

 

water heaters

 

> 61.55

kW

2 309.75 W/L and < 37.85 L

E, % : 80

ANSI Z21.10.3

 

>61.55kW

2 309.75 WIL and 2 37.85 L

E,%: 78

SL [W]

V

 

_g_+16.6

800

Hot water supply boilers, gas and oil

2 61.55 kW and < 3663.8 kW

2 309.75 WIL and< 37.85 L

E,%: 80

ANSI Z21.10.3

 

Hot water supply boilers, gas

 

2 309.75 W/L and 2 37.85 L

E, % : 80 SL[W]:

 
   
   

_g_+16.6 V

 

800

Hot water supply boilers, oil

2 309.75 W/L and 2 37.85 L

E, % : 78 SL[W]:

_g_+16.6 V

800

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530:

2006

a

b

c

Table 5

Equipment type

Unfired

storage

tanks

-

Water heating

equipment -

Performance requirements

(cont'd)

Size category

Sub-category or

Performance

Test procedure

(Input)

rating

condition

required a

All

R-2.2

(None)

b

Energy

maximum

the

the nameplate input rate in W.

Factors

(EF)

on

and

Thermal Efficiency

(E 1) are

minimum

requirements,

while standby

loss

(SL)

is

between

stored

water and ambient requirements.

In

Vis the

rated volume