CSA ANSI Z21.72-2016 Portable type gas camp stoves.
Camp stove — a portable gas-fired appliance intended primarily for use by campers as a source of heat for cooking.
Combustion — the rapid oxidation of fuel gases accompanied by the production of heat, or heat and light.
Combustion products — constituents resulting from the combustion of a fuel gas with the oxygen of the air, including the inerts but excluding excess air.
Controls — devices designed to regulate the gas, air, water, or electrical supplies to a gas appliance. These may be manual, semi-automatic, or automatic.
Cubic foot of gas — the amount of gas that would occupy 1 cubic foot when at a temperature of 60F, if saturated with water vapor, and under a pressure equivalent to that of 30 inches mercury column.
Cylinder, fuel — as used in this Standard, a container complying with the U.S. Department of Transportation or Transport Canada specifications for containers used for the transportation and storage of liquid and/or vapor fuels.
Excess air — air that passes through the combustion chamber and the appliance flues in excess of that which is required for complete combustion.
Flue gases — products of combustion and excess air.
Heating value (total) — the number of British Thermal Units produced by the combustion at constant pressure of 1 cubic foot of gas, when the products of combustion are cooled to the initial temperature of gas and air, when the water vapor formed during combustion is condensed, and when all the necessary corrections have been applied.
Hydrocarbon — as used in this Standard, those compounds composed of carbon hydrogen which form the primary constituents of the various fuel gases.
Hydrocarbon, unreacted (unburned fuel) — that portion of the hydrocarbon fuel gases passing through a burner which does not react with oxygen during the combustion process.
Input rating — the gas-burning capacity of an appliance in Btu per hour as specified by the manufacturer, based on sea level operation.
Liquefied petroleum gases — the terms “Liquefied Petroleum Gases”, “LPG”, and “LP-Gas” (as used in this Standard) mean and include any material that is composed predominantly of any of the following hydrocarbons, or mixtures of them: propane, propylene, butanes (normal butane or isobutane), and butylenes.
Lockup pressure — the outlet pressure of a pressure regulation device under no flow conditions. Manifold — the conduit of an appliance that supplies gas to the individual burner.CSA ANSI Z21.72 pdf download.