Household refrigerating appliances - Characteristics and test methods - Part 1: General requirements Abstract IEC specifies the essential characteristics of household refrigerating appliances, cooled by internal natural convection or forced air circulation, and establishes test methods for checking the characteristics. For the purposes of declaration, the tests defined in this part of IEC are considered to be type tests to assess the fundamental design and operation of a refrigerating appliance. This part of IEC does not define requirements for production sampling or conformity assessment or certification. This part of IEC does not define a regime for verification testing as this varies by region and country. When verification of the performance of a refrigerating appliance of a given type in relation to this standard is necessary, it is preferable, wherever practicable, that all the tests specified be applied to a single unit. The tests can also be made individually for the study of a particular characteristic.
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DIN EN 62552:2013-10;VDE 0705-2552:2013-10