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Energy efficiency label

The Energy efficiency label is a useful tool to determine

the environmental performance of this washing machine

The new 2021 Energy efficiency label A labelling system within the European Union was introduced in 1995 covering all appliances. Labels ranging from A rating for the highest efficient and D for low efficiency; the system became more complicated over time with ratings of A+, A ++ and A +++ being added. From the 1st March 2021 the confusing A+++, A++ and A+ will be phased out and the scale reset back to A to G. Why a new label? Great improvements in energy saving technology have raised the majority of washing machines to the top of the rating scale, where they’re crowded at A to A+++. To make it simpler to compare washing machines and create space for further developments, the rating scale has been reset. For further information read our guide: The new 2021Energy efficiency label, explained Energy efficiency rating Energy consumption = kWh per 100 cycles A washing machine's energy efficiency rating is calculated using a 60°C cotton wash on one hundred wash cycles. (Based on five washes per week for a whole year) Also on the label you'll find symbols showing: Capacity in kilograms 60°C Cotton wash cycle duration Water consumption in litres Spin performance using a seven class scale. (The closer to letter A the dryer the laundry) Noise level in decibels and using a four class scale. (The closer to letter A the more quieter the machine)
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Efficiency BOSCH                     WAU28T64GB                     66               9.0          3:37          44                                        72                  ABCDEFG               ABCD
2019 / 2014
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Energy

Efficiency

Label

The Energy efficiency label is a

useful tool to determine the

environmental performance of this

washing machine

The new 2021 Energy efficiency label A labelling system within the European Union was introduced in 1995 covering all appliances. Labels ranging from A rating for the highest efficient and D for low efficiency; the system became more complicated over time with ratings of A+, A ++ and A +++ being added. From the 1st March 2021 the confusing A+++, A++ and A+ will be phased out and the scale reset back to A to G. covers all appliances. Why a new label? Great improvements in energy saving technology have raised the majority of washing machines to the top of the rating scale, where they’re crowded at A to A+++. To make it simpler to compare washing machines and create space for further developments, the rating scale has been reset. Energy efficiency rating Energy consumption = kWh per 100 cycles A washing machine's energy efficiency rating is calculated using a 60°C cotton wash on one hundred wash cycles. (Based on five washes per week for a whole year) Also on the label you'll find symbols showing: Capacity in kilograms 60°C Cotton wash cycle duration Water consumption in litres Spin performance using a seven class scale. (The closer to letter A the dryer the laundry) Noise level in decibels and using a four class scale. (The closer to letter A the more quieter the machine)
Penny Lane Domestic Appliances
Old Scale
New Scale
72
BOSCH                     WAU28T64GB                     66               9.0          3:37          44                                        72                  ABCDEFG               ABCD
2019 / 2014