|Edition Number:||10||SCC Approved:||--|
|Edition Date:||2010-03-17||DOD Approved:||1976-01-28|
|Price Code:||B||ANSI Approved:||2014-09-17|
1.1 These requirements cover commercial electric cooking appliances rated 600 volts or less, intended for indoor use, and intended for use in accordance with the National Electrical Code, NFPA 70.
1.2 These requirements cover coffee makers, conductive cookers, food warmers, fryers, griddles, steam kettles, steam cookers, nut warmers, popcorn machines, ranges, utensil warmers, and other appliances found in commercial kitchens, restaurants, or other business establishments where food is dispensed.
1.3 These requirements do not cover vending machines, cooking appliances intended for household use, commercial cooking appliances rated more than 600 volts, or microwave cooking appliances.
1.4 An appliance designed so that it can be mounted and supported at an outlet box, such as a food warmer, is judged on the basis of compliance with the requirements in this Standard and with the mounting and weight requirements for electric lighting fixtures.
1.5 An appliance that utilizes heat produced by a means other than electrical (for example, gelled or liquid fuel, coal, gas, or oil) is also investigated with respect to the additional risk of fire.
1.6 An appliance that utilizes heat produced by gelled or liquid fuel is also investigated with the appliance operating with the specific fuel(s) which it intended to be used.
1.7 Commercial cooking equipment employing integral systems for limiting the emission of grease laden air are intended to be installed in accordance with the Standard for Ventilation Control and Fire Protection of Commercial Cooking Operations, NFPA 96, and shall comply with the requirements of this Standard. Additionally, the effluent emitted from the system shall not exceed 5 mg/m3 as measured in accordance with the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Test Method 202, Determination of Condensible Particulate Emissions From Stationary Sources.
1.8 Commercial cooking equipment employing integral recirculating systems shall comply with the requirements of this Standard and the requirements in the Standard for Recirculating Systems, UL 710B.