Commission Implementing Decision (EU) 2017/1357
Germany and Norway, respectively, launched a formal objection in respect to Section 11 ‘Heating’ of standard EN 60335-2-9:2003, including insufficient provisions regarding temperature limits of accessible non-functional surfaces. In particular, the standard allows several exclusions to the temperature limits, resulting in a potential danger of scalding of people and animals.
The Commission together with the majority of experts from Member States agreed with the arguments presented by Germany and Norway. The European Union formulated commission decision (EU) 2017/1357 on July 19, 2017.
EN 60335-2-9:2003 + A1:2004 + A2:2006 + A12:2007 +A13:2010
Mainly for grills, toasters and similar portable cooking appliances
The Restriction of the Standard
The application of the following parts of standard EN 60335-2-9:2003 does not confer to the presumption of conformity regarding the safety objectives laid down in point 1(c) of Annex I to Directive 2014/35/EU, in conjunction with point 2(b) of that Annex:
- Footnote b of Table Z101 in Section 11(When, due to the construction or dimensional limitations of the appliance, the required values cannot be met, the maximum temperature rise shall not be higher than twice the values indicated. In such cases, a warning shall be marked on the relevant surface of the appliance),
- The parts of Section 7.1 which refer to footnote b of Table Z101 (a warning or symbol of hot surface),
- The parts of Section 11.Z10x which refer to ventilation openings (surfaces within 25 mm from the ventilation openings).
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