EnergySafe Victoria states commercial kitchen equipment must be installed and certified according to Australian Standard AS/NZS 5601.1 Gas Installations Part 1.
There are a number of mandatory requirements for hose assemblies such as being as short as practicable, maximum operating pressure and temperature (depending on working temperature and certified as confirming with Australian Standard AS/NSZ Hose and Hose Assemblies.
Appliance connections and restraints must be installed depending on the setup of the hose assembly. Acceptable restraints must be installed too.
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All our commercial gas safety check and inspections are carried out by our licensed Type A gasfitters experienced and trained in real commercial kitchens.
EnergySafe has strict guidelines and zero tolerance strategy for a number of items. We have an exhaustive checklist based exactly on EnergySafe’s instructions as stated here. All piping, hose assemblies, installations, tests, and clearances will be done according to guidelines and applicable standards.
From November 2016, gas applications involving high energy appliances with no thermostatic control, extended usage patterns, and where flue products discharge near or adjacent to a wall containing a combustible surface will require those appliances to be installed with a minimum 50 mm clearance from the adjacent surface. Read this ESV article for more information.
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Our commercial gas safety service includes checks and servicing of:
Where applicable, every item listed in EnergySafe’s checklist will be checked and serviced to Australian Standard AS/NZS 5601.1:2013.
Electrical checks are carried out as advised by the VBA and listed here.
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