Table 1: Vessels intended to contain an unstable gas and falling within categories I or II on the basis of table 1 shall be classified in category III.
Table 2: Portable extinguishers and bottles for breathing equipment shall be classified at least in category III.
Table 4: Assemblies intended for generating warm water as referred to in the second subparagraph of Article 4(2), shall be subject either to an EU-type examination (Module B — design type) with respect to their conformity with the essential requirements referred to in points 2.10, 2.11, 3.4, 5(a) and 5(d) of Annex I, or to full quality assurance (Module H).
Table 5: The design of pressure-cookers shall be subject to a conformity assessment procedure equivalent to at least one of the category III modules.
Table 6: Piping intended for unstable gases and falling within categories I or II on the basis of Table 6 shall be classified in category III.
Table 7: All piping containing fluids at a temperature greater than 350 °C and falling within category II on the basis of Table 7 shall be classified in category III.