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A6.SI 1953.526 The Heating Aplliances (Fireguards) Regulations 1953.pdfStatutory Instruments 1953 No. 526407.89 kBAdobe PDFView/Open
Title: Heating Appliance (Firegaurds): The Heating Appliances (Fireguards) Regulations, 1953
Authors: Fyfe, David Maxwell
Issue Date: 25-Mar-1953
Publisher: Her Majesty's Stationary Office
Series/Report no.: A6 SI
1953.526
Abstract: These Regulations require fireguards to be fitted to gas fires, electric fires and oil beaters wbich are so designed that they are suitable for use in residential premises and are of such a type that, without a guard. there is a likelihood of injury by burning. The standards of construction and fitting for guards, and the tests to be employed in ascertaining whether guards comply with those standards, are set out in the Schedule. Regulation 4 gives an exemption from the Regulations in the case of sales for scrap. Under Regulation 5, heating appliances, other than imported appliances, manufactured before the date of the coming into operation of the Regulations and not fitted with the requisite guard may be sold or let until the end of September, 1954.
Description: ERAF: A6 SI 1953:526
Keywords: Statutory Instruments
Heating Appliances
Fireguards
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1842/5170
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