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SNZ AS/NZS 2040.2 - PERFORMANCE OF HOUSEHOLD ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES-CLOTHES WASHING MACHINES PART 2: ENERGY EFFICIENCY LABELLING REQUIREMENTS - INCORPORATING AMENDMENT NO. 1: JUNE 2012 Organization: SNZ
Date: 2005-12-22
Description: (e) Performance criteria for energy efficiency labelling. (f) Printing requirements for clothes washing machine energy efficiency labels.
SAI - SAA AS/NZS 2040.2 - PERFORMANCE OF HOUSEHOLD ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES - CLOTHES WASHING MACHINES PART 2: ENERGY EFFICIENCY LABELLING REQUIREMENTS Organization: SAI
DS/EN 60456 - CLOTHES WASHING MACHINES FOR HOUSEHOLD USE - METHODS FOR MEASURING THE PERFORMANCE Organization: DS
Date: 2016-04-20
Description: IEC 60456:2010(E) specifies methods for measuring the performance of clothes washing machines for household use, with or without heating devices utilising cold and/or hot water supply.
SNZ - NZS 4305 - ENERGY EFFICIENCY - DOMESTIC TYPE; HOT WATER SYSTEMS Organization: SNZ
Date: 1996-11-01
Description: This Standard does not include: (a) Electric storage water heaters installed in non-domestic situations and with an energy input rating (b) Gas storage water heaters installed in non-domestic situations and with an energy input rating greater then 10 kW; greater than 45 MJ/h; (c) Industrial or commercial applications with the same usage stated in 1.1.2(a), e.g. commercial washing machines in cornmerciai laundries.
SNZ AS/NZS 6400 - WATER EFFICIENT PRODUCTS-RATING AND LABELLING Organization: SNZ
Date: 2016-04-06
Description: (f) Dishwashers. (g) Clothes washing machines. (h) The dryer function of combination washer/dryers, where they use water to dry a load.
BRE IP2/12 - SMART METERS AND SMART ENERGY NETWORKS FOR DWELLINGS Organization: BRE
Date: 2012-01-01
Description: About 50% of primary energy is used in the built environment, including, for example, heating, ventilating, air conditioning, lighting and powering devices such as washing machines, fridges and TVs. The largest consumer of energy is transport, accounting for about 37% of primary energy consumption.

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