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GB/T 34549-2017: Sanitary ware -- Smart toilet

This Standard specifies the terms and definitions, classification, general requirements, use functions, performance requirements, electrical safety, test methods, inspection rules, symbols and marks, instructions for mounting, packaging, transportation and storage of smart toilets. This Standard applies to smart toilets installed on drainage pipelines in civil and public buildings, with the environmental temperature 0 ~ 40 Culcius, relative humidity not greater than 95% and water supply static pressure 0.1 MPa ~ 0.6 MPa.
GB/T 34549-2017
GB
NATIONAL STANDARD OF THE
PEOPLE REPUBLIC OF CHINA
ICS 91.140.70
Q 31
Sanitary ware ?€? Smart toilet
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ISSUED ON. OCTOBER 14, 2017
IMPLEMENTED ON. SEPTEMBER 1, 2018
Issued by. General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of the People's Republic of China;
Standardization Administration of the People's Republic of
China.
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 3
1 Scope ... 4
2 Normative references ... 4
3 Terms and definitions ... 5
4 Classification ... 6
5 General requirements ... 7
6 Use functions ... 11
7 Performance requirements ... 13
8 Electrical safety ... 16
9 Test method ... 16
10 Inspection rules ... 36
11 Symbols and marks ... 39
12 Instructions for mounting and use ... 40
13 Packaging, transportation and storage ... 41
Sanitary ware ?€? Smart toilet
1 Scope
This Standard specifies the terms and definitions, classification, general requirements, use functions, performance requirements, electrical safety, test methods, inspection rules, symbols and marks, instructions for mounting, packaging, transportation and storage of smart toilets.
This Standard applies to smart toilets installed on drainage pipelines in civil and public buildings, with the environmental temperature 0??C ~ 40??C, relative humidity not greater than 95% and water supply static pressure 0.1 MPa ~ 0.6 MPa.
2 Normative references
The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this document. For dated references, only the edition dated applies to this document. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced documents (including all amendments) applies to this document.
GB/T 2423.3, Environmental testing ?€? Part 2. Testing method ?€? Test Cab. Damp heat, steady state
GB/T 4208-2008, Degrees of protection provided by enclosure (IP code)
GB 4706.1, Household and similar electrical appliances ?€? Safety ?€? Part 1. General requirements
GB 4706.53, Household and similar electrical appliances ?€? Safety ?€? Particular requirements for toilets
GB/T 6461-2002, Methods for corrosion testing of metallic and other inorganic coatings on metallic substrates ?€? Rating of test specimens and manufactured articles subjected to corrosion tests
GB/T 6952-2015, Sanitary wares
GB/T 9195, Classification and terms of building and sanitary ceramics
GB/T 10125-2012, Corrosion tests in artificial atmospheres ?€? Salt spray tests GB/T 14536.1, Automatic electrical controls for household and similar use ?€? Part 1. General requirements
GB/T 23448, Flexible hose for sanitary tapware
GB/T 26730-2011, Sanitary ware - Gravity water flushing devices and supports GB/T 26750, Sanitary ware ?€? Pressure assistant water flushing devices
JC/T 694, Packaging for sanitary wares
JC/T 764-2008, WC seats
JC/T 2116-2012, Non-ceramic sanitary ware
3 Terms and definitions
For the purposes of this document, the following terms and definitions and those defined in GB/T 9195 and GB/T 6952-2015 apply.
3.1
smart toilet
smart toilet which is controlled by an electromechanical system or program to finish more than one basic intelligent function
3.2
integral smart toilet
smart toilet in which the intelligent electromechanical control system and the toilet are inseparable, hereinafter referred to as integral toilet
3.3
split smart toilet
the cover plate part of smart toilet which can be used after combination (the intelligent electromechanical control system and the toilet are separable), hereinafter referred to as split toilet
3.4
basic smart functions for smart toilet (sitting WC pan)
the most basic actions or abilities of intelligence of smart toilet, including hip cleaning They can be classified into ceramic smart toilets and non-ceramic smart toilets according to the materials of smart toilets.
4.2 Classification according to cleaning water consumption
They can be classified into ordinary type smart toilets and water saving smart toilets according to cleaning water consumption.
4.3 Classification according to heating method
They can be classified into instantaneous smart toilets, thermal storage smart toilets and hybrid smart toilets according to heating method.
4.4 Classification according to structure
They can be classified into integral smart toilets and split smart toilets (cover plate of smart toilets) according to structure.
5 General requirements
5.1 Appearance quality
5.1.1 Ceramic part
The appearance quality of the ceramic part shall be as required in 5.1 of GB/T 6952- 2015.
5.1.2 Non-ceramic part
5.1.2.1 Surface defects
The visible surface shall be smooth after mounting, without obvious defects including ripples, ash contamination, pits, bubbles or impurities.
5.1.2.2 Chromatic aberration
There shall be no significant chromatic aberration in one product or between matched products.
5.1.2.3 Gloss
There shall be no significant difference in gloss in one product or between matched products.
5.1.3 Cover plate part of toilets
The cover plates of toilets shall comply with the following requirements. greater than 100 mm. The outer diameter of the drain outlets of rear drain smart toilets shall not be greater than 102 mm. The mounting depth of siphon smart toilets shall be 13 mm ~ 19 mm;
5.5.2.2 Around the drain outlets of lower siphon smart toilets there shall be mounting space with a diameter not less than 185 mm. Around the drain outlets of other types of smart toilets there shall be mounting space of diameter not less than 150 mm; 5.5.2.3 The length of blow-off pipes of wash-down rear drain smart toilets shall not be less than 40 mm.
5.6 Water seals
5.6.1 Depth of water seals
The depth of the water seals of all smart toilets with an integral drain trap shall not be less than 50 mm.
5.6.2 Surface dimensions of water seals
The surface dimensions of the water seals of smart toilets mounted on a horizontal plane shall not be less than 100 mm ?? 85 mm.
5.7 Minimum drift diameter of train traps
The waterways of smart toilets shall pass through a solid ball with a diameter of 41 mm.
5.8 Drain traps
Ceramic smart toilets without an integral drain trap shall be equipped with a drain trap of water seal depth not less than 50 mm.
5.9 Water absorption rate
The water absorption rate of ceramic toilets E ??? 0.5%; and the water absorption rate of artificial stone toilets E ??? 0.5%.
5.10 Crack resistance
Ceramic toilets shall have no crazing or body cracking after crack resistance test. 5.11 Load resistance
After load resistance test, there shall be no deformation or any visible structural damage. The loads for all types of products are as follows.
a) ceramic smart toilets shall be capable of bearing a load of 3.0 kN;
42??C.
Instantaneous smart toilets. deviation ?? 2??C within 30 s. Thermal storage smart toilets. the falling range of water temperature within 30 s shall not be greater than 5??C. 6.2.4 Flow of cleaning water
The flow of cleaning water shall not be less than 200 mL/min.
6.2.5 Quantity of cleaning water
The total quantity of cleaning water for water saving smart toilets shall not be greater than 500 mL.
6.2.6 Cleaning force
The maximum value of hip cleaning force shall be more than 0.06 N.
6.2.7 Cleaning area
The cleaning area shall be greater than 80 mm2.
6.3 Nozzle self-cleaning performance
After nozzle self-cleaning performance test, the ?? ink line at the front end of nozzles shall be cleaned completely without any ink line remaining.
6.4 Hot air drying performance
6.4.1 Temperature of hot air
After hot air test, the temperature around the test points rises by 15??C ~ 40??C; and the maximum temperature of the air blown out is not higher than 65??C during test. 6.4.2 Flow rate of air blown out
The flow rate of hot air blown out by the hot air apparatus shall not be less than 0.20 m3/min.
6.5 Seat heating function
The temperature of all seat test points shall not be lower than 35??C or higher than 42??C. 7 Performance requirements
7.1 Water pressure resistance performance
tests.
9.1.2 Test instruments, apparatuses and media
The test instruments, apparatuses and media are as follows.
a) the accuracy class of electrotechnical instruments is 0.5;
b) the accuracy class of instruments and meters measuring time is not lower than 0.5%;
c) the precision of instruments and meters measuring temperature is not lower than 0.5??C;
d) the accuracy of instruments and meters measuring water consumption is not lower than 0.01 L;
e) the precision of instruments and meters measuring pressure is not lower than 0.02 MPa;
f) the accuracy of instruments and meters measuring mass is not lower than 0.1 g; g) the incoming water temperature for functional tests is (15 ?? 2)??C; the dynamic pressure of water source for functional tests is (0.18 ?? 0.02) MPa.
9.2 General requirements
9.2.1 Appearance quality
The appearance quality of the ceramic part is tested using the method specified in 8.1 of GB/T 6952-2015; the appearance quality of the non-ceramic part shall be tested using the method specified in 6.1 of JC/T 2116-2012; and the cover part of toilets is inspected by observation.
9.2.2 Deformation
The deformation of the ceramic part is tested using the method specified in 8.2 of GB/T 6952-2015; and the deformation of the non-ceramic part is tested using the method specified in 6.2 of JC/T 2116-2012.
9.2.3 Dimensions
The dimensions of the ceramic part are tested using the method specified in 8.3 of GB/T 6952-2015; and the deformation of the non-ceramic part is tested using the method specified in 6.3 of JC/T 2116-2012.
9.2.4 Thickness
9.2.14 Barcol hardness
The Barcol hardness of the non-ceramic part shall be tested using the method specified in 6.12 of JC/T 2116-2012.
9.2.15 Plastic thermal ageing resistance performance
Carry out test as required in 5.5.8 of JC/T 764-2008.
9.2.16 Overall waterproofing grade
Carry out test using the method specified in GB/T 4208-2008.
9.2.17 Surface corrosion resistance test
Carry out a 24 h acetic acid salt spray test as specified in GB/T 10125-2012; and the results shall be rated as specified in GB/T 6461-2002.
9.2.18 Auxiliary requirements
The auxiliary external water pipes shall be tested using the method specified in GB/T 23448; and the auxiliary seats and covers shall be tested using the method specified in JC/T 764.
9.3 Use function test
9.3.1 Water consumption of toilets
Carry out test using the method specified in 8.8 of GB/T 6952-2015.
9.3.2 Flushing function test
Carry out test using the method specified in 8.8 of GB/T 6952-2015.
9.3.3 Joint water-tightness test
Carry out test using the method specified in 8.11 of GB/T 6952-2015.
9.3.4 Drain cleaner test
Carry out test using the method specified in 8.12 of GB/T 6952-2015.
9.3.5 Nozzle stretching-out and withdrawing time
Use an appropriate timer to measure the nozzle stretching-out and withdrawing time respectively in the hip cleaning and women cleaning modes. Carry out measurement for 3 times respectively in the hip cleaning and women cleaning modes; and take the mean value of the 6 results.
b) set the flow at the maximum gear and the incoming water temperature at (25 ?? 1)??C;
c) set the flow at the minimum gear and the incoming water temperature at (5 ?? 1)??C;
d) set the flow at the minimum gear and the incoming water temperature at (25 ?? 1)??C.
9.3.8 Flow rate of cleaning water
Select the maximum flushing modes of hip cleaning and women cleaning; use appropriate timer and water volume measurement device to measure respectively the water volumes of hip cleaning and women cleaning for 1 min. Carry out measurement for 3 times respectively in the hip cleaning and women cleaning modes; and take the mean value of the 6 results.
9.3.9 Consumption of cleaning water
Carry out one normal cleaning action; select the maximum cleaning modes of hip cleaning and women cleaning; and measure the water quantity consumed in the whole process including cleaning nozzle and water jet. Carry out measurement for 3 times respectively in the hip cleaning and women cleaning modes; and take the mean value of the 6 results.
9.3.10 Cleaning force
Select the maximum cleaning modes for hip; set the temperature regulation devices to the maximum gear; after spraying water for 30 s, use the apparatus as shown in Figure 3 or an apparatus with which the same test effects can achieve; and measure the maximum value of cleaning force within any 2 s. The pressure bearing plate is rounded; its area shall be sufficient to bear the impact of all cleaning water; and the direction shall be perpendicular to the water impact direction. Figure 4 is an example for the analysis of the maximum value of cleaning force through force bearing analysis. Exclude the excessively high peak points; select 10 data points with appropriate force peaks; and take the mean value as the maximum value of cleaning force.
The test procedures are as follows.
a) use a hose to connect the water inlet of the cleaning system of smart toilets to the copper pipe and then joint up with the water supply pipeline;
b) adjust the static pressure to 0.5 MPa. Supply water to the cleaning device. Close the cleaning device after air is fully discharged and water flows normally; c) then calibrate the static pressure to 0.5 MPa. Start the cleaning system to make the nozzle spray water;
d) after supplying water continuously for 30 s, rapidly close the cleaning device of smart toilets. Record the maximum pressure (peak) of the pressure sensor; e) calculate the difference from the peak pressure and from the initial static pressure of the incoming water of the copper pipe;
f) carry out 5 measurements continuously. Take the maximum value as the test result.
9.4.3 Anti-siphon function
9.4.3.1 Anti-siphon test of flushing devices
The flushing devices of smart toilets shall pass anti-siphon test. The anti-siphon test of gravity type flushing device shall be carried out as specified in GB/T 26730; and the anti-siphon test of the pressure type flushing devices shall be carried out as specified in GB/T 26750.
9.4.3.2 Anti-siphon test of cleaning water line
Mount smart toilets in the use state; use a metallic wire with a dimeter of (0.8 ?? 0.05) mm make disable the similar functional devices in the water line such as inlet valves, check valves, duckbill valves and flow regulating valves, or directly remove the devices which cannot be disabled. As shown in Figure 10, connect the water inlet of smart toilets to the vacuum device; connect the water outlet before the spray tube assembly of the cover of smart toilets with a transparent tube with an inner diameter of 19 mm ~ 25.4 mm and a length of greater than 152 mm; insert the transparent tube into the water tank; carry out test in the following procedures; and test the CL line of the whole unit and the maximum height of the water level rise. When there are multiple water lines working independently in the test sample and other water lines are required to be closed, carry out anti-siphon test separately for each water line.
a) test installation.
1) soak the backflow prevention devices and pipelines in the test sample in water for at least 15 min to fully moisten their internal and external surfaces; water temperature slowly by not more than 0.5??C per 5 s averagely to 48??C. The cleaning device shall automatically close or cut off the water flow within 5 s after the temperature achieves 48??C.
9.4.7 Overall energy consumption
9.4.7.1 Test conditions
The accuracy grade of electrotechnical instruments for tests is not lower than 0.5%; the accuracy of the instruments measuring temperature is not lower than 0.5??C; the environmental temperature is required to be (15 ?? 1)??C; and the temperature of incoming water is (15 ?? 1)??C. Select the maximum gear of seat temperature, the maximum gear of flushing water temperature and the maximum cleaning mode of hip cleaning.
9.4.7.2 Test procedures
Place aside for 1 h at the environmental temperature. After stabilization, carry out energy consumption test in the following procedures.
a) start test;
b) come into the room at 60 s (the human body sensor is on). This can be ignored if there is no such design and actual time is computed;
c) sit on the seat at 75 s (the seating sensor is on);
d) start cleaning at 165 s. This can be ignored if there is no such design and actual time is computed;
e) finish cleaning at 195 s;
f) leave the seat at 225 s (the sitting sensor is off) and close the cover plate; g) leave the room at 250 s (the human body sensor is off);
h) continue to place aside to 1.5 h and record the power consumption during the period of 1.5 h.
Repeat the above-mentioned procedures again and take the mean value of the two results.
9.4.8 Rated power
Set the temperature of seats to be the maximum gear; and set the cleaning to the maximum flow and maximum water temperature. The environmental temperature is (20 ?? 5)??C; and the temperature of incoming water is (15 ?? 5)??C. Carry out test using The exit-factory inspection includes the requirements in 5.5, 5.6, 5.7, 5.8, 5.9, 5.16, 6.1.1, 6.1.2, 6.2.4, 6.2.5, 6.3, 6.5, 7.7, 7.8 and 8.1.
10.2.2 Batching rules and sampling plan
Use products of the same variety, type and model number to form a batch. Every 500 ~ 3000 products form a batch; and they still form a batch if less than 500. 10.2.3 Criteria
If all items required for test are met, then the batch of products are acceptable; and if one or more than one item is not met, then the batch of products rejectable. 10.3 Type inspection
10.3.1 Inspection items
Type inspection includes all the items of Clauses 5, 6, 7 and 8.
10.3.2 Inspection conditions
Under normal conditions, carry out inspection once each year. In one of the following cases, type inspection shall be carried out.
a) during the trial-production pattern evaluation of a new product;
b) in case of any significant change in process or material after mass production, which may influence the product quality;
c) when the production is resumed after a production halt for more than 1 year; d) when there is any significant difference between the results of an exit-factory inspection and those of the last type test.
e) when it is required by contracts.
10.3.3 Grouping rules
Use products of the same variety, type and model number to form a batch. Every 50 ~ 300 products form a batch; and they still form a batch if less than 50. 10.3.4 Criteria
The inspection items, sample quantity and criteria of type inspection shall be as specified in Table 5. In case of any requirement in a contract, it shall be as agreed on by both parties to the contract.
Table 5 ?€? Criteria of type inspection
11.2 Marks
Smart toilets shall have the following marks, including but not limited to. a) product name and trademark;
b) product category;
c) name and number of this Standard;
d) manufacturing date or batch number;
e) nominal water consumption shall be marked on a visible part of products; f) name and address of manufacturer.
11.3 Exit-factory inspection certificate
Each batch of products delivered shall have the exit-factory inspect...

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