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Methods for measuring the performance of electric clothes washing machines for household use.

International Electrotechnical Commission

Methods for measuring the performance of electric clothes washing machines for household use.

by International Electrotechnical Commission

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Published by The Commission in Geneva .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination63 p. ; amendments 1 and 2.
Number of Pages63
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17589316M

- IEC / “Clothes washing machines for household use – Methods for measuring the Performance “ - IEC / “electrical tumble dryers for household use “ 6. Measurements.1 Measurement of Energy Consumption: The methodology for measuring energy consumption (kWh) shall be based on IEC /, and. WASHING MACHINES/DRYERS STANDARD Purpose This standard addresses methods for measuring the energy and water consumption of clothes washing machines for household use, with or without heating devices and for cold and/or hot water supply. To provide a set procedure for proper testing of Labelling – Energy Efficiency Label for Electrical Appliances.

  Clothes washers, now mundane in our life, were once considered one of the greatest human inventions that “rescued women” from their daily drudgery of chores. The earliest washing machine was the scrub board invented in James King, an American, patented the first washing machine to use a drum in The present invention relates to a method for estimating the value of the weight of the contents of the oscillating assembly of a household appliance, in particular a washing machine, washing/drying machine or clothes dryer, adapted to carry out at least one treatment on textile items, in particular washing or rinsing or drying or spinning or dyeing.

GB/T English Version - GB/T Household and similar electrical washing machine (English Version): GB/T, GB, GBT, GB/T, GB/T, GB, GB, GBT, GBT   The washing machine meets a basic need: to wash clothes and household linen. And it is this daily necessity, with the associated desire to render the washing process less laborious and more hygienic, which has brought about the impressive array of .


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Methods for measuring the performance of electric clothes washing machines for household use by International Electrotechnical Commission Download PDF EPUB FB2

While preparing this standard, assistance have been derived from IEC Publication () ‘Methods of measuring the performance of electric clothes washing machines for household use’. The use of artificially soiled textile materials, which was selected at this stage, solves the problems of.

Electric clothes washer-dryers for household use - Methods of measuring the performance This European Standard specifies the test methods that has to be applied in accordance with the Commission Directive 96/60/EC of 19 September implementing Council Directive 92/75/EEC with regard.

How we test: Washing machines. Reviewing a washing machine isn't quite as simple as running some dirty laundry through a cycle -- here's the how and why of our test methodology. CLOTHES WASHING MACHINES FOR HOUSEHOLD USE – METHODS FOR MEASURING THE PERFORMANCE FOREWORD 1) The International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) is a worldwide organization for standardization comprising all national electrotechnical committees (IEC National Committees).

The object of IEC is to promote interna. Electric clothes washer-dryers for household use. Methods for measuring the performance 16/ DC BS EN Household and similar electrical appliances. Safety. Part Particular clothes dryers and towel rails 20/ DC BS Installation and maintenance of open-flued, non-domestic gas-fired laundry appliances.

machines, the consumption of resources for laundry washing by washing machine varies a lot. Figure 1 shows the main washing machine technologies which. Clothes washing machines for household use - Methods for measuring the performance IEC (Modified) 05/12/ This standard needs to be completed to clearly indicate those legal requirements aimed to be covered.

Clause ZB on tolerances and control procedures is not part of the present citation. Cenelec. EN (new). • EN - Clothes washing machines for household use - Methods for measuring the performance • OS GSO - GCC Standard Voltages and Frequencies for Alternating Current Distribution 3.

Terms and definitions For the purposes of this. AS/NZS Performance of household electrical appliances—Clothes Washing Machines Part 1 (20XX): Methods for measuring performance, energy and water consumption Part 2 (20XX) + Amd 1: Energy efficiency labelling requirements Note: The above were draft documents, dated as file name May (pre public comment draft) V02 With: EN Washing Machine: W: W: 1W: Clothes Washer: In the EU, power consumption of Washing Machines is typically given in the form of Annual Power Consumption.

This is calculated based on standard washing cycles, made up as follows: 60°C full load (3x), 60°C half load (2x), 40°C half load (2x) for washing cycles. Water Dispenser: W. electric clothes washer-dryers for household use - methods of measuring the performance: pren draft household and similar electrical appliances - safety - particular requirements for commercial electric spin extractors: i.s.

en electric clothes washer-dryers for household use - methods of measuring the performance. IEC 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.

It also deals with appliances for water extraction by centrifugal force (spin extractors) and is applicable to appliances for both washing and drying textiles. This International Standard 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.

It also deals with appliances for water extraction by centrifugal force (spin extractors). A detailed test method for the assessment of the cleaning performance has been published by the International Electrotechnical Committee.

In this test method two measurement principles for the assessment of the cleaning performance are elaborated. One is based on the visual assessment of washed naturally soiled household laundry. PD IEC/PAS Clothes washing machines for household use. Method for measuring the microbial contamination reduction BS EN - TC Tracked Changes.

Household and similar electric appliances. Methods for measuring the performance of clothes washing machines intended for commercial use. Washing machines do not typically need special electrical hookups, but some large household appliances do require V outlets. Most electric stoves and dryers and some washing machines require.

British Standard BS EN Electric clothes washing machines for household use - Methods for measuring the performance Categories: Laundry appliances Published standard begins: Published standard BS EN Measuring for a washing machine might sound like a straightforward proposal.

Since all washing machines have four sides, the basic measurements are height, width and depth. Electricity usage of a Clothes Washer. A clothes washer or a washing machine is a common home appliance that most people use to clean their clothes and fabrics. Around % of the energy used by a washing machine is used to heat water, unless the washing machine is connected specifically to a hot water connection.

Describes general, safety and performance requirements of domestic electric clothes washing machines, to water-extracting machines and to washing and water-extracting machines, either with or without heating devices, for household use, their rated voltage not exceeding V.

IEC Ed. b Household and similar electrical appliances - Safety - Part Particular requirements for washing machines "IEC +A deals with the safety of electric washing machines for household and similar use, that are intended for washing clothes and textiles, their rated voltage being not more than V for single-phase appliances and V for other.The Laundry Alternative - The Wonder Wash Compact Washing Machine - Non-Electric, Hand-Cranked Small Portable Washer - Perfect for Cleaning Woolens, Silks, Knits and Cashmere - 5-Pound Capacity out of 5 stars 2,(g) Test report format and printing requirements for clothes washing machines energy labels.

Note: This standard does not specify safety requirements which is covered by Qs GSO IEC - Complementary References IEC – Clothes washing machines for household use – Methods for measuring the performance.