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GB 4706.39-1997

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BASIC DATA
Standard ID GB 4706.39-1997 (GB4706.39-1997)
Description (Translated English) Safety of household and similar electrical appliances. Particular requirements for commercial electric grillers and toasters
Sector / Industry National Standard
Classification of Chinese Standard K09;Y68
Classification of International Standard 13.12
Word Count Estimation 14,167
Date of Issue 1997/11/25
Date of Implementation 1998/12/1
Adopted Standard IEC 335-2-48-1988, IDT
Summary This Standard is applicable to non-commercial for general household electrical appliances.

GB 4706.39-1997
GB
NATIONAL STANDARD OF THE
PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
Safety of household and similar electrical appliances
Particular requirements for commercial electric
grillers and toasters
(idt IEC 335-2-48:1988)
家用和类似用途电器的安全
商用电烤炉和烤面包炉的特殊要求
APPROVED ON: NOVEMBER 25, 1997
IMPLEMENTED ON: DECEMBER 01, 1998
Approved by: National Technical Supervision Bureau (now renamed as
General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection
and Quarantine of the People's Republic of China).
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 4 
IEC Foreword ... 5 
IEC Introduction ... 5 
1 Scope ... 7 
2 Definitions ... 8 
3 General requirements ... 9 
4 General description in the test ... 9 
5 Rated value ... 9 
6 Classification ... 9 
7 Marks ... 10 
8 Protection against electric shock ... 11 
9 Starting of electric appliances ... 11 
10 Input power and current ... 11 
11 Heating ... 11 
12 Appliances with electric heating elements work under overload conditions
... 12 
13 Electrical insulation and leakage current at operating temperature ... 12 
14 Radio and television interference suppression ... 13 
15 Waterproof ... 13 
16 Insulation resistance and electrical strength ... 14 
17 Overload protection ... 14 
18 Durability ... 15 
19 Abnormal work ... 15 
20 Stability and mechanical hazards ... 16 
21 Mechanical strength ... 16 
22 Structure ... 17 
23 Internal wiring ... 17 
24 Element ... 17 
25 Power connection and external flexible cable and cord ... 18 
26 External wire terminals ... 18 
27 Grounding measures ... 19 
28 Screws and wiring ... 19 
29 Creepage distance, clearance and through-insulation distance ... 19 
30 Heat, flame and leakage resistance ... 19 
31 Antirust ... 20 
32 Radiation, toxicity and similar risks ... 20 
Annex ... 21 
Safety of household and similar electrical appliances
Particular requirements for commercial electric
grillers and toasters
1 Scope
This clause of GB 4706.1-92 applies except as follows.
1.1 Replacement:
This Standard applies to commercial electrical appliances that are not used for
general household use:
- oven, including rotary or continuous;
- toaster, including rotary or continuous;
- similar appliances that use radiant heat to bake food, such as electric
rotating roasters, baking sheets, etc.
The electrical parts of other energy forms are also within the scope of this
Standard.
This Standard is not applicable to:
- industrial oven and toaster;
- oven and toaster for continuous operation of food for mass production;
- single and double electric heaters in direct contact with food during baking;
- appliances used in special conditions such as corrosive or explosive gases
(dust, steam or gas).
Additional requirements may be required for appliances used outdoors.
Additional requirements may be required for appliances used on vehicles, ships
or aircraft.
Particular requirements may be added for appliances used in tropical countries.
Additional requirements for health, water and labor protection in many countries
shall be considered.
2 Definitions
This clause of GB 4706.1-92 applies except as follows.
2.2.4 Addition:
Rated input power is the sum of the rated input power of all individual
components that can operate simultaneously in the appliance. In several such
combinations that may exist, the combination of maximum input power is used
to determine the nominal input power.
2.2.19 Addition:
"Class II" used in this Standard shall be understood as Class II structural
components.
2.2.20 Addition:
"Class III" used in this Standard shall be understood as Class III structural
components.
2.2.29 Replacement:
Fully exothermic conditions refer to the following conditions. Appliances work
under these conditions:
The appliance runs at no load and adjusts all controllers for user operation to
the highest setting. Turn on the motor normally used in the baking operation. If
timers are installed, all shall be disconnected or shorted so that they do not
work.
If the door, cover, reflector and drip tray are installed, they shall be installed
according to the manufacturer's instructions. If not stated, the door shall be fully
opened, the drip pan shall be placed at the lowest position, and the grill shall
be placed in the highest possible position.
If the appliance does not work without load, refer to the manufacturer's
instructions.
2.2.30 Replacement:
Normal load refers to the load when the appliance is operated under a fully
exothermic condition and the motor installed in the appliance is operated in the
required manner, under the worst conditions that may occur in the normal use
of the manufacturer's instructions.
Addition:
6.1 Addition:
Add the following to item (2):
- Anti-jet type appliance (IPX5, according to IEC publication 529).
This sub-clause adds the following:
(3) Classify by degree of protection due to temperature rise caused by
installation conditions:
- Isolated installed appliance;
- Appliances installed in other appliance units.
There are currently no additional requirements for appliances installed in other
appliance units.
7 Marks
This clause of GB 4706.1-92 applies except as follows.
7.1 This sub-clause adds the following:
- For appliances connected to a water source, the water pressure or pressure
range is expressed in kPa, unless otherwise stated in the instructions.
7.6 Addition:
Add the following symbols to the symbol table:
IPX5 ... Anti-spray structure
kPa ... KiloPascal
7.12 Addition:
Instructions shall be provided at random, which shall detail the matters that
must be taken care of during installation. Operating procedures and user
maintenance, such as cleaning, instructions shall also be provided.
For appliances that are permanently connected to fixed wiring, the instructions
shall provide information on the precautions for leakage current during
installation.
If the appliance does not belong to the anti-spray structure, the user shall be
provided with clear and detailed instructions together with the appliance. The
instructions shall state that the appliance must not be cleaned with a spray pipe.
This sub-clause adds the following:
instructions. If the instructions are not provided, the contents of GB
4706.1-92 apply.
11.4 Replacement:
The appliance is operated in a fully exothermic condition such that the total
input power of the appliance is 1.15 times the rated input power. If it is not
possible to switch on all heating elements at the same time, test each
combination under the conditions of the switch configuration. During the test,
the line shall be connected to the highest possible load of each switch
configuration.
If the appliance has a control device that limits the total input power, then the
electrothermal element selected by the control device that can apply the most
severe conditions or a combination thereof is tested.
11.7 Replacement:
Work the appliance until it reaches a steady state.
11.8 Addition:
For the back wall and side walls of the test corner, including the portion that
protrudes in front of the appliance, the 65K temperature rise limit applies only
to the top surface of the grill. If the top surface of the roast is above the
temperature rise limit, the requirements of 7.110 shall apply.
This sub-clause adds the following:
In Sweden, the above “addition” does not apply.
11.10 Modification:
Use the following to replace NOTE ○1 in Table 4:
Factor "P" equals 8000.
12 Appliances with electric heating elements work
under overload conditions
This clause of GB 4706.1-92 applies.
13 Electrical insulation and leakage current at
This sub-clause adds the following:
If it is not possible to place the entire appliance in a humid chamber (box), the
parts with electrical components are tested separately. Pay attention to what is
happening inside the appliance.
Addition:
15.101 Appliances equipped with switches for water injection or cleaning, shall
be designed to keep water from the switch out of contact with live parts.
Use the following test to determine eligibility:
The appliance is connected to the water source of the maximum water supply
pressure indicated by the manufacturer. Tiltable and moveable parts including
covers are tilted or placed in the most unfavorable position. The rotatable outlet
pipe of the water switch is placed in such a position that the water flows to those
parts that shall produce the most unfavorable results. Turn on the device that
controls the water inlet for 1min. After such treatment, the appliance shall
immediately undergo the insulation strength test of clause 16.
16 Insulation resistance and electrical strength
This clause of GB 4706.1-92 applies except as follows.
16.2 Modification:
Replace the specified value of the leakage current of the fixed type I appliance
with the following content:
* Cord and plug connected appliance ... 2 mA/kW maximum limit is 10mA
* Other appliances ... 2 mA/kW no maximum limit
Addition:
Some countries impose lower limits on leakage current regulations.
17 Overload protection
This clause of GB 4706.1-92 applies.
Appliances without doors or covers are not tested.
19.4 Replacement:
The appliance is tested under the conditions specified in clause 11. However,
the voltage shall be such that the input power is 1.24 times the rated input power,
and any controller used to limit the temperature during the test in clause 11 is
short-circuited.
If the appliance is equipped with more than one controller, these controllers
shall be shorted in sequence.
If the relevant IEC standard includes conditions that occur within the appliance,
contactors that meet these criteria are not open or shorted. However, locking a
contactor main contact that is used to turn the heating element on and off during
normal use shall be considered a fault condition at the "on" position, unless the
appliance is equipped with at least two sets of contacts connected in series. For
example, equipped with two contactors that work independently of each other,
or equipped with a contactor that operates two independent main contacts with
two independent armatures.
19.11 Addition:
If the temperature rise above and below the top plane of the appliance exceeds
125K, the precautions given in 7.11 shall be included in the installation
instructions.
This sub-clause adds the following:
In Sweden, the above “addition” does not apply.
20 Stability and mechanical hazards
This clause of GB 4706.1-92 applies except as follows.
20.1 Addition:
Covers, lids and accessories are placed in the most unfavorable position.
Appliances that can be mounted on brackets provided by the manufacturer shall
be tested in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions together with the
brackets used.
21 Mechanical strength
This clause of GB 4706.1-92 applies.
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