ULC ORD-C2728-13

Pellet Fuel Burning Cooking Appliances

Published by: Underwriters Laboratories of Canada / 09/01/2013
These requirements apply to forced or natural draft, automatic feed, pellet fuel-burning cooking appliances for outdoor residential or for indoor-outdoor commercial use.

Electrical supply source connections are intended to be in accordance with the CSA C22.1, Canadian Electrical Code, Part I Safety Standards for Electrical Installations.

These appliances are intended to be permanently installed in accordance with the applicable requirements of CAN/CSA-B365, Installation Code for Solid-Fuel-Burning Appliance and Equipment, and in accordance with the National Building Code of Canada and the National Fire Code of Canada.

The appliances are not intended for space heating or residential indoor-use for cooking.

These requirements do not apply to appliances that employ the following fuels: coal, charcoal, corn pellets, solid wood, gaseous fuels, natural gas, propane or fuel oil.”

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