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Residential Windows, Doors, and Skylights

Want more from your windows? Ask for ENERGY STAR. 

ENERGY STAR qualified windows, doors, and skylights save you energy and money, increase the comfort of your home, and protect your valuable possessions from sun damage. They are also better for the environment because lowering your energy use means less air pollution from power plants.

  • Save money and energy. Replacing single-paned windows with ENERGY STAR qualified windows or choosing ENERGY STAR over the typical clear-glass double-paned alternative can save a significant amount of money on your energy bill.
  • Say goodbye to winter drafts and sweating in the summer sun. Thanks to a host of new technologies, ENERGY STAR qualified windows, doors, and skylights keep your home cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter, making you more comfortable year round.
  • Protect your home’s interior. Many ENERGY STAR qualified windows, doors, and skylights act like sunscreen for your house, protecting your photographs, artwork, furniture, carpets, and wood floors from sun damage.
  • Buy with confidence. Every ENERGY STAR qualified window, door, and skylight is independently certified to perform at levels that meet or exceed strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the U.S. Department of Energy.
  • Ask for ENERGY STAR. To purchase the most efficient window for your home, ask for products that are ENERGY STAR qualified in your Climate Zone. To learn more, see the window purchasing tips.
  • Seal and insulate with Home Sealing. Sealing your home’s envelope is one of the most cost-effective ways to lower your home’s energy bills and improve your comfort.

What’s in a pane – or two?

All energy efficient windows have at least two panes, but not all double-paned windows are energy efficient. Twenty years ago, double-paned meant energy efficient; today, advanced technologies have enabled the development of windows that are much more efficient than traditional clear-glass double-paned windows. For maximum energy savings, don’t count panes; count on ENERGY STAR.

Residential Light Fixtures

By replacing the five most frequently used lights in your home with ENERGY STAR qualified lighting, you can save about $60 each year in energy costs. Lighting fixtures that have earned the ENERGY STAR combine high performance, attractive design, and highest levels of energy efficiency, so they save energy, save money on utility bills and help protect the environment. 

Earning the ENERGY STAR 

  • ENERGY STAR fixtures must last 10,000 – 20,000 hours. This means, with regular use (i.e., 3.5 hours per day), you won’t need to change the bulb for at least seven years.
  • ENERGY STAR qualified fixtures distribute the light more efficiently and evenly than standard fixtures.
  • ENERGY STAR fixtures can now be found at most home centers, lighting showrooms, and specialty stores. Look for qualified fixtures for the following applications: torchieres, under and over cabinets in the kitchen, ceiling-mounted, wall sconces, suspended fixtures and outdoor lighting, including motion sensor fixtures.
  • Halogen torchieres have been responsible for dozens of fires nationally, some with tragic consequences. During use, the temperature of a halogen torchiere bulb can reach 1000F, while an ENERGY STAR torchiere uses technology that operates at lower temperatures. What’s the Difference?
  • All ENERGY STAR qualified light fixtures carry a 2 year warranty – double the industry standard.

Remember, saving energy prevents pollution. ENERGY STAR qualified lighting uses about 66% less energy than standard lighting. When you save energy, you not only save money on utility bills, but you also protect our environment. For other tips, visit our interactive buyers guide or download our two-page Lighting Brochure.

Fixtures Guide

With the ENERGY STAR Fixtures Guide, you can:

  • view photos of decorative ENERGY STAR fixtures in actual room settings
  • discover the benefits of ENERGY STAR lighting
  • learn about lighting quality, lumen equivalence, color temperature, color rendering, and the lack of flicker/hum/ or buzz with ENERGY STAR lighting
  • locate stores that sell ENERGY STAR lighting

The ENERGY STAR Fixtures Guide was compiled with the assistance of ENERGY STAR partnering utility, regional,and state energy efficiency programs. Significant content of the showcase was licensed from Efficiency Vermont’s ENERGY STAR Lighting Guide. Efficiency Vermont developed its Lighting Guide with assistance from the Westinghouse Lighting Corporation and the New Jersey Clean Energy Programs. For information on printing rights for the Lighting Guide, please contact Efficiency Vermont at
1-888-921-5990. Additional content was provided by www.LightingPlans.com, a project of the Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance. 

Air-Source Heat Pumps

Electric air-source heat pumps, often used in moderate climates, use the difference between outdoor air temperatures and indoor air temperatures to cool and heat your home.

Earning the ENERGY STAR means products meet strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the US Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Energy. ENERGY STAR qualified heat pumps have a higher seasonal efficiency rating (SEER) and heating seasonal performance factor (HSPF) than standard models, which makes them about 20% percent more efficient than standard new models and 20-50% more efficient then what you may have in your home. Remember, saving energy prevents pollution.

By choosing ENERGY STAR and taking steps to optimize the performance of your heating and cooling equipment, you are helping to prevent global warming and promoting cleaner air while enhancing the comfort of your home. You may also be interested to know: Though these products can be more expensive to purchase up front, the cost difference will be paid back over time through lower energy bills.

When buying new equipment, sizing and installation are as important as product quality. Make sure to find a good contractor.

You can get better heating and cooling performance at home with ENERGY STAR home sealing (insulation and air sealing) and duct sealing.

Consider regular maintenance to maintain your heating and cooling system performance.

Finding Qualified Equipment

The Consortium for Energy Efficiency (CEE) and the American Refrigeration Institute (ARI) have developed an online database which can be used to find qualifying ENERGY STAR equipment. All equipment listed in this online database meets the specification requirements for ENERGY STAR. This online database is solely maintained and operated by CEE and ARI. To help understand how to use this online database, we have created a quick guide (118KB) to help you with the various fields used in this online database. Search CEE-ARI Online Database. 

Find a Contractor

The Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA) online Contractor Locator includes a special designation to identify contractors who sell and are knowledgeable about ENERGY STAR qualified HVAC equipment. ACCA is a non-profit association whose goal is to help the best Heating, Ventilation, Air-conditioning and Refrigeration (HVACR) contractors serve their customers. Look for the “Ask About ENERGY STAR” logo in the contractor search results. Please note that these contractors are not certified, endorsed, or otherwise approved by the U.S. EPA. Click here for ACCA Contractor locator. 

Air-Source Heat Pumps Information Resources

Residential vs. Non-Residential Air-Source Heat Pumps 

Residential: models with heating and/or cooling output capacities less than 65,000 Btuh, and that use a single-phase electric supply. Minimum efficiency levels for this equipment are established by the National Appliance Energy Conservation Act (NAECA). The energy-efficiency metrics for residential models are: 

  • Cooling mode: Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) 
  • Heating mode (heat pumps only): Heating Seasonal Performance Factor (HSPF) 

Non-residential: models with heating and/or cooling output capacities equal to or greater than 65,000 Btuh and that use a a single-phase electric supply, and all models that require a three-phase electric supply. Minimum efficiency levels for this equipment are established by the Energy Policy Act of 1992 (EPAct). The energy efficiency metrics for non-residential models are: 

  • Cooling mode: Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) 
  • Heating mode (heat pumps only): Coefficient of Performance (COP) 

Information Source: List of ENERGY STAR Qualified Products 

Information Source: California Energy Commission database 

Refrigerated Beverage Vending Machines

ENERGY STAR qualified refrigerated beverage vending machines can save building and business owners 1,300 kWh/year, or $90 annually on utility bills. 

Earning the ENERGY STAR means products meet strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the US Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Energy.

  • Refrigerated beverage vending machines that have earned the ENERGY STAR are 35% more energy-efficient than standard new machine models.
  • ENERGY STAR qualified vending machines incorporate more efficient compressors, fan motors, and/or lighting systems to keep beverages cool and the machine visible while using less energy.
  • ENERGY STAR qualified machines also come with a low power mode option that allows the machine to be placed in low-energy lighting and refrigeration states during times of inactivity.

Where can I get one?

Ask your local beverage distributor or supplier about available machine models that meet ENERGY STAR.

Remember, saving energy prevents pollution. By choosing a vending machine that meets ENERGY STAR, you are helping prevent global warming and promote cleaner air without sacrificing the product quality and performance you expect. To maximize your savings, ask your distributor or supplier to program the low power mode so that you can save energy when the machine isn’t being used. 

Refrigerated Beverage Vending Machine Qualified Model List

List Current as of July 26, 2004

Company NameModel NameModel NumberDoor TypeMachine Use DesignationVendible CapacityEnergy Efficiency (kWh/day)* Date Model Available for Purchase
Indoor Machines       
Dixie-Narco, Inc.Baby GFVDN3000VGlass FrontIndoor only2705.406/1/04
Dixie-Narco, Inc.GFVDN5000VGlass FrontIndoor only4055.406/1/04
Dixie-Narco, Inc.Beverage MaxDN5500VGlass FrontIndoor only4056.406/1/04
Dixie-Narco, Inc.Baby BeverageMax DN3500VGlass FrontIndoor only2705.306/1/04
Outdoor Machines       
Dixie-Narco, Inc.E-SeriesDN276E-HVClosed FrontIndoor/Outdoor3366.207/1/04
Dixie-Narco, Inc.E-SeriesDN501E-HVClosed FrontIndoor/Outdoor4716.567/1/04
Dixie-Narco, Inc.E-SeriesDN501EVClosed FrontIndoor/Outdoor4714.906/1/04
Dixie-Narco, Inc.E-SeriesDN600E-HVClosed FrontIndoor/Outdoor5616.497/1/04
Dixie-Narco, Inc.P-SeriesDN552Closed FrontIndoor/Outdoor5527.173/1/04
Royal Vendors, Inc.72 W M4 DisplayRV DVE 650-10DisplayIndoor/Outdoor6506.704/1/04
Royal Vendors, Inc.CC TDV 79 W LSRVCC 780-9Closed FrontIndoor/Outdoor7808.393/1/02
Royal Vendors, Inc.CC TDV 79 W MKTRVCCR 780-12 or 13Closed FrontIndoor/Outdoor7808.393/1/02
Royal Vendors, Inc.Cold Drink 72 N M4RVCDE 542-8Closed FrontIndoor/Outdoor5427.294/1/04
Royal Vendors, Inc.Cold Drink 72 W M4RVCDE 650-10Closed FrontIndoor/Outdoor6507.794/1/04
Royal Vendors, Inc.Cold Drink 79 W M4RVCDE 768-10Closed FrontIndoor/Outdoor7687.894/1/04
Royal Vendors, Inc.Cold Drink TDV 72 WRVCDE 654-10Closed FrontIndoor/Outdoor6548.004/1/04
Royal Vendors, Inc.Cold Drink TDV 79 WRVCDE 780-10Closed FrontIndoor/Outdoor7808.394/1/04
Royal Vendors, Inc.DP 72 W M4RVDPE 650-10Closed FrontIndoor/Outdoor6507.794/1/04
Royal Vendors, Inc.DP 72N M4RVDPE 542-8Closed FrontIndoor/Outdoor5427.294/1/04
Royal Vendors, Inc.DP 79 W M4RVDPE 768-10Closed FrontIndoor/Outdoor7687.894/1/04
Royal Vendors, Inc.DP TDV 72 WRVDPE 650-10Closed FrontIndoor/Outdoor6548.004/1/04
Royal Vendors, Inc.DP TDV 79 WRVDPE 780-10Closed FrontIndoor/Outdoor7808.394/1/04
Royal Vendors, Inc.GIII 72 N LSRVCC 550-7Closed FrontIndoor/Outdoor5507.253/1/02
Royal Vendors, Inc.GIII 72 W LSRVCC 660-9Closed FrontIndoor/Outdoor6607.273/1/02
Royal Vendors, Inc.GIII 72N MKTRVCC R550-9Closed FrontIndoor/Outdoor5507.253/1/02
Royal Vendors, Inc.GIII 72W MKTRVCCR 600-12 or 13Closed FrontIndoor/Outdoor6607.273/1/02
Royal Vendors, Inc.GIII-79 W LSRVCC 804-9Closed FrontIndoor/Outdoor8047.523/1/02
Royal Vendors, Inc.GIII-79 W MKTRVCC R804-12 or 13Closed FrontIndoor/Outdoor8047.523/1/02
Royal Vendors, Inc.P2 Magnum 72N M4RVMCE 542-8Closed FrontIndoor/Outdoor5427.294/1/04
Royal Vendors, Inc.PC HVV 72 W M4RVHV 650-12Closed FrontIndoor/Outdoor6507.794/1/04
Royal Vendors, Inc.PC HVV 79 W M4RVHV 768-12Closed FrontIndoor/Outdoor7687.894/1/04
Royal Vendors, Inc.PC HVV 79 W TDVRVHV 780-12Closed FrontIndoor/Outdoor7808.394/1/04
Royal Vendors, Inc.PC HVV TDV 72 WRVHV 654-12Closed FrontIndoor/Outdoor6548.004/1/04
Royal Vendors, Inc.PC Magnum 72 W M4RVMCE 650-10Closed FrontIndoor/Outdoor6507.794/1/04
Royal Vendors, Inc.PC Magnum 79 W M4RVMCE 768-10Closed FrontIndoor/Outdoor7687.894/1/04
Royal Vendors, Inc.PC Magnum TDV 72 WRVMCE 654-10Closed FrontIndoor/Outdoor6548.004/1/04
Royal Vendors, Inc.PC Magnum TDV 79 WRVMCE 780-10Closed FrontIndoor/Outdoor7807.894/1/04
The Vendo CompanyPepsi HVV576Closed FrontIndoor/Outdoor5767.604/1/03
The Vendo CompanyPepsi HVV621Closed FrontIndoor/Outdoor5446.8011/1/03
The Vendo CompanyPepsi HVV720Closed FrontIndoor/Outdoor7208.004/1/03
The Vendo CompanyPepsi HVV721Closed FrontIndoor/Outdoor6807.103/1/03
The Vendo CompanyPepsi HVV821Closed FrontIndoor/Outdoor8007.5012/1/03
The Vendo CompanyPepsi HVV840Closed FrontIndoor/Outdoor8408.804/1/03

Commercial Air Conditioners

About one-sixth of all the electricity generated in the US is used to air condition buildings.

Earning the ENERGY STAR means products meet strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the US Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Energy. ENERGY STAR qualified central air conditioners have a higher seasonal efficiency rating (SEER) than standard models, which makes them about 25% more efficient. Remember, saving energy prevents pollution. By choosing ENERGY STAR and taking steps to optimize the performance of your cooling equipment, you are helping to prevent global warming and promoting cleaner air while enhancing the comfort of your home. You may also be interested to know: Though these products can be more expensive to purchase up front, the cost difference will be paid back over time through lower energy bills.

When buying new equipment, it is important to get a quality installation. Make sure you get a contractor who can do the job right.

You can get better performance out of your cooling equipment by sealing your home and making sure your ducts don’t leak.

EPA offers additional suggestions for improving the performance of your cooling system as well as general home improvement advice.

Finding Qualified Equipment

The Consortium for Energy Efficiency (CEE) and the American Refrigeration Institute (ARI) have developed an online database which can be used to find qualifying ENERGY STAR equipment. All equipment listed in this online database meets the specification requirements for ENERGY STAR. This online database is solely maintained and operated by CEE and ARI. To help understand how to use this online database, we have created a quick guide to help you with the various fields used in this online database. Search CEE-ARI Online Database. 

Find a Contractor

The Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA)  online Contractor Locator includes a special designation to identify contractors who sell and are knowledgeable about ENERGY STAR qualified HVAC equipment. ACCA is a non-profit association whose goal is to help the best Heating, Ventilation, Air-conditioning and Refrigeration (HVACR) contractors serve their customers. Look for the “Ask About ENERGY STAR” logo in the contractor search results. Please note that these contractors are not certified, endorsed, or otherwise approved by the U.S. EPA. Click here for ACCA Contractor locator. 

Residential vs. Non-Residential Central Air Conditioners 

Residential: models with cooling output capacities less than 65,000 Btuh, and that use a single-phase electric supply. Minimum efficiency levels for this equipment are established by the National Appliance Energy Conservation Act (NAECA). The energy-efficiency metric for residential models is: Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER). 

Non-residential: models with cooling output capacities equal to or greater than 65,000 Btuh that use a single-phase electric supply, and all models that require a three-phase electric supply. Minimum efficiency levels for this equipment are established by the Energy Policy Act of 1992 (EPAct). The energy-efficiency metric for non-residential models is: Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER). 

Information Source: California Energy Commission database 

How to Access: On-line: www.energy.ca.gov/efficiency/appliances/conditioners/CENA.HTM Downloadable by anonymous ftp at: ftp://energy.ca.gov/pub/efftech/ or via an on-line bulletin board service by dialing (916) 654-4069. 

A “Read Me” file describes all of the information available and gives instructions for downloading and use of the database files, including file decompression procedures. The fields in each database are described in a separate text file. Three-letter codes for Manufacturer names and Brand names, for all product types together, are listed in alphabetical order in two separate text files containing approximately 1,500 names and codes. 

To make a special request for a printed list, contact:
Appliance Certification Program
California Energy Commission
(916) 654-5106
(916) 654-4304 (fax)
Email: [email protected] 

Scope: On-line listing includes over 1,100 residential-type models that have a Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) of 12.0 or higher (approximately 40 percent of the models of this type in the database).

  • Single Package and Split System models 
  • Cooling capacities from 8,700 – 60,500 Btuh 230 and 208 volt, single-phase systems 

Models are listed in order of descending SEER 

SEER and EER values listed for each split system model represent the condenser/coil combination identified by the manufacturer as most likely to represent the highest national sales volume 

Downloadable file includes both residential and non-residential type models and contains data on models that meet minimum federal and California standards (available in DBF, comma-delimited, or ASCII format). 

Air source central air conditioners, air-source heat pumps, and geothermal heat pumps are together in one file that totals over 10,000 models 

Approximately two-thirds are residential type models 

Single-phase and three-phase systems 

Cooling capacities: 8,500 – 134,000 Btuh 

Original Data Source: Submitted to the Commission by the Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute (ARI) on behalf of represented manufacturers or provided directly to the Commission by manufacturers. 

Update Frequency: Monthly 

Information Source: Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) Express Efficiency Program On-line database 

How to Access: On-line: www.pge.com/customer_services/business/energy/express under “Who Makes Energy Efficient Products?” 

For printed copies, customers in PG&E’s service territory can contact their account representative, who have access to an Excel version of the databases. Not available outside PG&E’s service territory. 

Scope: Database contains over 4,200 models from among 56 brands. 

Cooling capacities from 8,700 – 134,800 Btuh. 

Includes both residential and non-residential-type models. 

Order of search output is not user-specifiable; output list is ordered alphabetically by manufacturer, then in alphabetical and numeric order by model number. 

Original Date Source: California Energy Commission database, described above. 

Update Frequency: Uncertain 

Information Source: American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy’s (ACEEE) Listings of the Most Efficient Appliances

Exit Signs

Exit Signs If all U.S. companies switched to ENERGY STAR qualified exit signs, they would save $75 million.

Earning the ENERGY STAR

Exit signs that have earned the ENERGY STAR operate on five watts or less per sign, compared to standard signs, which use as much as 40 watts per sign.

When installed throughout a building, qualified exit signs can save hundreds or even thousands of dollars in energy and maintenance costs. One sign alone can save about $10 annually on electricity costs and can last up to 10 years without a lamp replacement, compared to less than one year for an incandescent.
Signs that have earned the ENERGY STAR are tested for visibility factors, and come with a five-year manufacturer warranty.

Remember, saving energy prevents pollution.

There are more than 100 million exit signs in use throughout the U.S. Typically lit by incandescent bulbs, these signs consume 30-35 billion kilowatt hours (kWh) hours of energy each year.million in electricity costs. 

Exit Signs Information Resources

Information Source: ENERGY STAR qualified product listing 

Information Source: National Lighting Product Information Program (NLPIP) Specifier Report: Exit Signs (January 1994, revised November 1994) and Supplements (March 1995 and March 1998) 

How to Access: Print only; available from the Lighting Research Center at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY. 

Abstracts of Specifier Reports and more information about NLPIP are available on-line at: http://lrc102.lightingresearch.org/nlpip/ 

Individual (1-9) copies of Specifier Reports (including any Supplements) can be ordered for $30 each; 10-99 copies are $15 each. Supplements can also be purchased individually for $4 each. 

NLPIP also offers two subscription options (both include a subscription to the newsletter Lighting Answers): 

$380: Includes a complete set of all published Specifier Reports and Supplements, plus a two-year subscription to all future NLPIP publications

$200: Two-year subscription to all future NLPIP publications 

Contact:
Lighting Research Center
(518) 276-8716
(518) 276-2999 (fax)
Email: [email protected] 

A complete set of published Specifier Reports and Supplements, a subscription to Lighting Answers, and a subscription to the quarterly newsletter Lighting Futures are available on the Web at http://www.lrc.rpi.edu/NLPIP/index.html. 

You may receive these materials for free if you participate in certain EPA or DOE programs. Check the Web to learn how to obtain the reports. 

Scope: Covers both energy-efficient exit signs and energy-efficient exit sign retrofit kits. Tables of model specific data in original Specifier Report and two Supplements cover seven types of products, totalling over 100 products from among more than 30 manufacturers: 

  • LED (including regular LED light source, Edge-lit, and Direct-View LED) 
  • Compact fluorescent 
  • Incandescent 
  • Electroluminescent
  • Radioluminescent 

Includes manufacturer-supplied product information and results of NLPIP’s evaluations of the products’ photometric properties, power characteristics, readability, and visibility in smoke. Listing order is alphabetical by manufacturer. 

Original Data Source: Product data supplied by manufacturers; performance data obtained through testing by NLPIP. 

Update Frequency: Supplements published in March 1995 and March 1998. These are published irregularly according to need and subject to the availability of funding. 

Geothermal Heat Pumps

Geothermal heat pumps are similar to ordinary heat pumps, but use the ground instead of outside air to provide heating, air conditioning and, in most cases, hot water. Because they use the earth’s natural heat, they are among the most efficient and comfortable heating and cooling technologies currently available.

Earning the ENERGY STAR means products meet strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the US Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Energy.

  • ENERGY STAR qualified geothermal heat pumps use about 40-60 percent less energy than a standard heat pump.
  • They are quieter than conventional systems.

Remember, saving energy prevents pollution. By choosing ENERGY STAR and taking steps to optimize the performance of your heating and cooling equipment, you are helping to prevent global warming and promoting cleaner air while enhancing the comfort of your home.

You may also be interested to know:

  • Though these products can be more expensive to purchase up front, the cost difference will be paid back over time through lower energy bills.
  • When buying new equipment, sizing and installation are as important as product quality. Make sure to find a good contractor.
  • You can get better heating and cooling performance at home with ENERGY STAR home sealing (insulation and air sealing) and duct sealing.
  • Consider regular maintenance to maintain your heating and cooling system performance.

Find a Contractor:
The Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA) online Contractor Locator includes a special designation to identify contractors who sell and are knowledgeable about ENERGY STAR qualified HVAC equipment. ACCA is a non-profit association whose goal is to help the best Heating, Ventilation, Air-conditioning and Refrigeration (HVACR) contractors serve their customers. Look for the “Ask About ENERGY STAR” logo in the contractor search results. Please note that these contractors are not certified, endorsed, or otherwise approved by the U.S. EPA. Click here for ACCA Contractor locator. 

Residential vs. Non-Residential Geothermal Heat Pumps There is no official categorical distinction or division among geothermal heat pumps into non-residential vs. residential. The energy-efficiency metrics for all geothermal heat pumps are Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) and Coefficient of Performance (COP). 

Information Source: ENERGY STAR qualified product listing 

Information Source: California Energy Commission database 

How to Access: Downloadable via an on-line bulletin board service by dialing (916) 654-4069.  A “Read Me” file describes all of the information available and gives instructions for downloading and use of the database files, including file decompression procedures. The fields in each database are described in a separate text file. Three-letter codes for Manufacturer names and Brand names, for all product types together, are listed in alphabetical order in two separate text files containing approximately 1,500 names and codes. 

To make a special request for a printed list, contact:
Appliance Certification Program
California Energy Commission
(916) 654-5106
(916) 654-4304 (fax)

Email: [email protected] 

Scope: On-line list and downloadable file contain over 500 models offered for sale in California.  Approximately half are residential type models Single package and split systems Water-source, groundwater-source, and ground-source closed-loop Cooling capacities from 6,800 – 152,000 Btuh Heating capacities from 8,600 – 189,000 Btuh

Original Data Source: Submitted to the Commission by the Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute (ARI) on behalf of represented manufacturers or provided directly to the Commission by manufacturers. 

Update Frequency: Monthly 

Information Source: American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy’s (ACEEE)  Listings of the Most Efficient Appliances. 

How to Access: On-line: http://hes.lbl.gov/HES/new.html Listings are also printed in ACEEE’s Consumer Guide to Home Energy Savings, 6th ed, 1998, available in bookstores or directly from ACEEE; orders may be placed by phone, fax, or email. 

Contact:
Publications Manager American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy
(202) 429-0063
(202) 429-0193 (fax)
Email: [email protected] 

Cost:
1-25 copies: $8.95 each
26-99 copies: $6.36 each
100-499 copies: $4.77 each
500-999 copies: $3.98 each 

Scope: Listing includes 100 models from among 10 brands.  Ground-source and groundwater-source type.  Cooling capacities from 2.5 to 5 tons.  Heating capacities from 20,000 – 53,000 Btuh.  Models are grouped by size (cooling/heating capacity), and listed in order of descending COP. 

Original Data Source: Derived from Directory of Applied Air Conditioning Products, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute (ARI), Arlington, VA, December 1997 – May 1998 edition. 

Update Frequency: Annually 

Information Source: EEPC/NYSERDA Energy Performance Listing, April 1997 (included in the “Commercial Heat Pumps” EPL, in Tables 7-20 and 28-39) 

How to Access: Print only; available in limited numbers from existing stock. 

Contact:
Consortium for Energy Efficiency
(617) 589-3949
(617) 589-3948 (fax)
Email: [email protected] 

Scope: Listing includes over 950 models from 17 manufacturers with EERs at or above the 75th percentile as established by analyses performed under the Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP).  Cooling capacities from 9,900 – 65,000 Btuh.  Heating capacities from 7,400 – 65,000 Btuh.  Single package and split systems.  Models are grouped by cooling source, system type, and size (cooling capacity) and listed in order of descending EER. 

Original Data Source: Derived from Directory of Applied Air Conditioning Products, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute (ARI), Arlington, VA, June November 1996, and Directory of Certified Unitary Air Conditioners, Unitary Air-Source Heat Pumps, and Sound-Rated Outdoor Unitary Equipment, February – July 1996. 

Update Frequency: One-time listing 

Residential Light Fixtures

By replacing the five most frequently used lights in your home with ENERGY STAR qualified lighting, you can save about $60 each year in energy costs. Lighting fixtures that have earned the ENERGY STAR combine high performance, attractive design, and highest levels of energy efficiency, so they save energy, save money on utility bills and help protect the environment. 

Earning the ENERGY STAR  ENERGY STAR fixtures must last 10,000 – 20,000 hours. This means, with regular use (i.e., 3.5 hours per day), you won’t need to change the bulb for at least seven years.
ENERGY STAR qualified fixtures distribute the light more efficiently and evenly than standard fixtures.
ENERGY STAR fixtures can now be found at most home centers, lighting showrooms, and specialty stores. Look for qualified fixtures for the following applications: torchieres, under and over cabinets in the kitchen, ceiling-mounted, wall sconces, suspended fixtures and outdoor lighting, including motion sensor fixtures.

Halogen torchieres have been responsible for dozens of fires nationally, some with tragic consequences. During use, the temperature of a halogen torchiere bulb can reach 1000F, while an ENERGY STAR torchiere uses technology that operates at lower temperatures. What’s the Difference?

All ENERGY STAR qualified light fixtures carry a 2 year warranty – double the industry standard.
Remember, saving energy prevents pollution. ENERGY STAR qualified lighting uses about 66% less energy than standard lighting. When you save energy, you not only save money on utility bills, but you also protect our environment. For other tips, visit our interactive buyers guide or download our two-page Lighting Brochure.

Work From Home Office And Misc. Commercial

ENERGY STAR for your Home and OfficeENERGY STAR for your Home and OfficeList of ENERGY STAR Qualified Equipment and Summary Specifications – March 2004

Equipment Specifications for ENERGY STAR Label Appliances

  • Clothes Washers Minimum Modified Energy Factor (MEF) of 1.42.
  • Dishwashers At least 25% more efficient than minimum federal government standards.
  • Full Size Refrigerators, 7.75 cubic feet or greater At least 15% more energy efficient than the minimum federal government standard (NAECA).
  • Full Size Freezers, 7.75 cubic feet or greater At least 10% more energy efficient than the minimum federal government standard (NAECA).
  • Compact Refrigerators and Freezers Less than 7.75 cubic feet and 36 inches or less in height  At least 20% more energy efficient than the minimum federal government standard (NAECA).
  • Room Air Conditioners At least 10% more energy efficient than the minimum federal government standards.

Commercial Foodservice Products

  • Commercial Solid Door Refrigerators and Freezers Energy efficiency is measured in kWh/day. Specifications based on unit internal volume Refrigerators < 0.10V + 2.04 kW-hours/day.
  • Freezers < 0.40V + 1.38 kW-hours/day.
  • Refrigerator-Freezers < 0.27AV – 0.71 kW-hours/day.
  • Ice Cream Freezers < 0.39V + 0.82 kW-hours/day.
  • Commercial Hot Food Holding Cabinets Energy efficiency is measured in watts/ft3. Maximum Idle Energy Rate is 40 watts/ft3.
  • Commercial Fryers Open deep-fat gas fryers must have a heavy load (French fry) cooking energy efficiency of > 50% and an Idle Energy Rate of < 9,000 Btu/hr. Open deep-fat electric fryers must have a heavy load (French fry) cooking energy efficiency of > 80% and an Idle Energy Rate of < 1,000 watts.
  • Commercial Steam Cookers Only 3-, 4-, 5-, and 6-pan units currently qualify to earn the ENERGY STAR. Electric steam cookers must have a cooking energy efficiency of at least 50%, and the maximum idle rate (measured in kW) varies depending on the number of pans. Gas steam cookers must have a cooking energy efficiency of at least 38%, and the maximum idle rate (measured in Btu/hr) varies depending on the number of pans.

Home Electronics

  • Answering Machines and Cordless Telephones Consume 3.3 watts or less when inactive. Models with spread spectrum technology may qualify at 3.6 watts or less.
  • Combination Cordless Telephones/Answering Machines Consume 4 watts or less when inactive. Models with spread spectrum technology may qualify at 5.1 watts or less. Additional Handsets Only Consume 1.5 watts or less when inactive.
  • DVD Products Consume three watts or less when switched off.
  • Home Audio Products Consume two watts or less when switched off. Set-top Boxes More energy-efficient standby/low-power mode than conventional models. Energy-efficiency specifications vary based on the type of device, ranging from 3-20 watts when switched off.
  • Analog TV Monitors Consume one watt or less when switched off.
  • Televisions, Digital TV Monitors, and Component TV Units Consume three watts or less when switched off.
  • DCR TVs with POD Slots Consume three watts or less when no POD is installed. TV/VCR Combination Units Consume six watts or less when switched off. VCRs Consume four watts or less when switched off.
  • TV/DVD Combination Units, VCR/DVD Combination Units, and TV/VCR/DVD Combination Units Consume four watts or less when switched off.

Home Envelope Products

  • Roofing Low Slope roofs must have an initial solar reflectance of > 0.65. After 3 years, the solar reflectance must be > 0.50. Steep Slope roofs must have an initial solar reflectance of > 0.25. After 3 years, the solar reflectance must be > 0.15.
  • Windows, Doors and Skylights for the Northern Climate Zone Windows and doors must have a U-factor* of 0.35 or below; there is no SHGC* requirement for this climate zone.
  • Skylights must have a U-factor* of 0.60 or below; there is no SHGC* requirement for this climate zone.
  • Windows, Doors and Skylights for the North/Central Climate Zone Windows and doors must have a U-factor* of 0.40 or below and a SHGC* of 0.55 or below. Skylights must have a U-factor* of 0.60 or below and a SHGC* of 0.40 or below.
  • Windows, Doors and Skylights for the South/Central Climate Zone Windows and doors must have a U-factor* of 0.40 or below and a SHGC* of 0.40 or below. Skylights must have a U-factor* of 0.60 or below and a SHGC* of 0.40 or below.
  • Windows, Doors and Skylights for the Southern Climate Zone Windows and doors must have a U-factor* of 0.65 or below and a SHGC* of 0.40 or below. Skylights must have a U-factor* of 0.75 or below and a SHGC* of 0.40 or below. 

Lighting

  • Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFLs) Product testing criteria for medium screw-based CFLs include: efficacy, lumen output, lifetime (minimum 6,000 hours), color rendering index, color temperature, power factor and start time.  Must also comply with product packaging requirements set by the FTC and ENERGY STAR. Product includes a two-year warranty for residential applications. ENERGY STAR CFL criteria references standards set by: ANSI, CIE, IESNA and UL.
  • Exit Signs Operates on 5 watts or less per face. Residential Light Fixtures Energy-efficiency specifications based on specific performance characteristics relating to the lamp, ballast, and fixtures as a whole. The fixture, lamps, and ballast must be tested in accordance with the appropriate IESNA, ANSI, and UL reference standards, and must meet OSHA/NRTL safety and reliability guidelines. Includes a written 2-year manufacturer warranty covering repair and replacement of defective parts of the fixture housing or electronics (excluding the lamp).

Residential Heating, Cooling, & Ventilating Equipment

  • Air-Source Heat Pumps > 8.0 HSPF/ > 13 SEER/ > 11 EER* for split systems > 7.6 HSPF/ > 12 SEER/ > 10.5 EER* for single package equipment including gas/electric package units Boilers Rating of 85% AFUE* or greater (About 6% more efficient than the minimum federal standards.)
  • Central Air Conditioners > 13 SEER/ > 11 EER* for split systems > 12 SEER/ > 10.5 EER* for single package equipment including gas/electric package units Furnaces Rating of 90% AFUE* or greater (About 15% more efficient than the minimum federal efficiency standards.) Geothermal Heat Pumps Open Loop: >3.6 COP (H); >16.2 EER (C)* Closed Loop: >3.3 COP (H); >14.1 EER (C)* Direct Expansion (DX): >3.5 COP (H); >15 EER (C)* Programmable Thermostats Capability of maintaining two separate programs (to address the different comfort needs of weekdays and weekends) and up to four temperature settings for each program. 
  • Residential Ceiling Fans Specification defines residential ceiling fan airflow efficiency on a performance basis: CFM of airflow per watt of power consumed by the motor and controls. Efficiency is measured on each of 3 speeds. At low speed, fans must have a minimum airflow of 1,250 CFM and an efficiency of 155 CFM/Watt At medium speed, fans must have a minimum airflow of 2,500 CFM and an efficiency of 110 CFM/Watt At high speed, fans must have a minimum airflow of 5,000 CFM and an efficiency of 75 CFM/Watt Integral or attachable lighting, including separately sold ceiling fan light kits, must meet certain requirements of the RLF specification.
  • Ventilating Fans Range hoods (up to 500 cfm): maximum allowable sound level of 2.0 sones; minimum efficacy level of 2.8 cfm/Watt Bathroom and utility room fans (10 to 80 cfm): maximum allowable sound level of 2.0 sones; minimum efficacy level of 1.4 cfm/Watt; minimum rated airflow at 0.25 static w.g. 60% of 0.1 static w.g. airflow Bathroom and utility room fans (90 to 130 cfm): maximum allowable sound level of 2.0 sones; minimum efficacy level of 2.8 cfm/Watt; minimum rated airflow at 0.25 w.g. 70% of 0.1 static w.g. airflow Bathroom and utility room fans (140 to 500 cfm [max]): maximum allowable sound level of 3.0 sones; minimum efficacy level of 2.8 cfm/Watt; minimum rated airflow at 0.25 w.g. 70% of 0.1 static w.g. airflow In-line fans (single-port & multi-port): no sound or airflow requirement; minimum efficacy level of 2.8 cfm/Watt Light sources must use pin-based fluorescent technology and meet specific performance criteria based on system efficacy per lamp ballast combination, lamp start time, lamp life, color rendering index, correlated color temperature, noise, maximum total lamp wattage (excluding night lights), and maximum night light wattage*. Warranty provided must be a minimum of 1 year
  • *Note: Range hoods are exempt from the light source requirement until December 31, 2004. 
  • New Homes   30% more energy efficient than the 1993 Model Energy Code (MEC).

Office Equipment

  • Computers Automatically enter a low-power “sleep” mode after a period of inactivity.  Energy-efficiency specifications based on power supply.  Include mechanisms through which the low-power modes of qualified monitors can be activated. Copiers Automatically enter “low-power” and/or “off” modes after a period of inactivity. Energy-efficiency specifications based on copier speed. Separate specifications available for large/wide-format models. Double-sided copying on standard-sized machines that copy at 20 pages or faster per minute is a recommended default option. Monitors Automatically enter two successive low-power modes of less than or equal to 15 watts and 8 watts after a period of inactivity.
  • Multifunction Devices (MFD) and Upgradeable Digital Copiers (UDC) Automatically enter “low-power” and/or “sleep” modes after a period of inactivity. Energy-efficiency specifications based on device speed. Separate specifications available for large/wide-format models. Double-sided copying on standard-sized MFDs that copy at 20 pages or faster per minute is a recommended default option. Printers, Faxes, Printer/Fax Combination Units, and Mailing Machines Automatically enter a low-power “sleep” mode after a period of inactivity. Separate specifications available for stand-alone printer models depending on paper handling size and color capabilities. Scanners Automatically enter a low-power “sleep” mode of less than or equal to 12 watts within 15 minutes of inactivity.

Other Products

  • Dehumidifiers Energy efficiency is measured in liters of water removed per kilowatt-hour of energy consumed. Ranges from > 1.20 to >1.50 L/kWh for standard capacity units. > 2.25 L/kWh for high capacity units.
  • Light Commercial HVAC Covers central air conditioners and heat pumps used in small office buildings, clinics and medical care facilities, hotels, dorms, military barracks, retail strip malls, and other locations (i.e., units rated at 65,000 Btu/h or up to 250,000 Btu/h as well as three-phase equipment rated below 65,000 Btu/h). Energy-efficiency specifications based on equipment type and size category.
  • Traffic Signals Specification based on a low energy requirement and conformance to the minimum performance requirements of the appropriate Institute for Transportation Engineers (ITE) specification. Transformers Low-Voltage Dry-Type Transformer Manufacturing Partners: Energy efficiency specifications based upon kVA, differing for single versus three-phased equipment.
  • Water Coolers Cold Only and Cook and Cold Bottled Units: < 0.16 kW-hours/day.
  • Hot and Cold Bottled Units: < 1.20 kW-hours/day. Back to Top *AFUE, HSPF, and COP (H) are measures of heating efficiency. SEER and EER are measures of cooling efficiency. SHGC is a measure of solar heat gain. U-factor is a measure of heat loss. kVA is a measure of electrical current. CFM is a measure of air movement.

TVs, VCRs, & Combination Units

If half of all US households replaced their regular TV with an ENERGY STAR model, the change would be like shutting down a power plant.

Earning the ENERGY STAR means a product meets strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the US Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Energy. ENERGY STAR qualified TVs, VCRs and combination units use about 25% less energy than standard units.

Remember, saving energy prevents pollution. By choosing ENERGY STAR, you are helping prevent global warming and promote cleaner air without sacrificing the product quality and performance you expect.

Reflective Roof Products

Americans spend about $40 billion annually to air condition buildings – one-sixth of all electricity generated in this country.

Why choose ENERGY STAR reflective roofing for your building?

  • ENERGY STAR qualified roof products reflect more of the sun’s rays. This can lower roof surface temperature by up to 100F, decreasing the amount of heat transferred into a building.
  • ENERGY STAR qualified roof products can help reduce the amount of air conditioning needed in buildings, and can reduce peak cooling demand by 10-15%.

During building design and when your existing roof needs replacement are both excellent times to consider reflective roofing. See how much reflective roofing can reduce your building’s energy costs. 

How does roof insulation relate to ENERGY STAR labeled roof products?

The ENERGY STAR energy-efficiency criteria do not include a specification for roof insulation. However, in addition to reflectivity, roof insulation (measured by the R-value) plays an important role in building energy consumption for heating and cooling. The colder the climate, the greater the need for a higher R-value to ensure that less heat is lost from the building envelope. To determine the minimum R-value for a given location, refer to the International Energy Conservation Code.

Remember, saving energy prevents pollution.

Commercial Hot Food Holding Cabinets

Hot Food Holding Cabinets that have earned the ENERGY STAR are 60% more energy-efficient than standard models. 

Earning the ENERGY STAR

Hot food holding cabinet models that earn the ENERGY STAR must meet a maximum idle energy rate of 40 watts/ft3. This means that ENERGY STAR qualified hot food holding cabinets are more efficient at maintaining food temperature while using less energy. Models that meet this requirement incorporate better insulation, reducing heat loss, and may also offer additional energy saving devices such as magnetic door gaskets, auto-door closures, or dutch doors. The insulation of the cabinet also offers better temperature uniformity within the cabinet from top to bottom.

Where can I get one?

Contact the manufacturers directly or speak with your food equipment supplier.

What can ENERGY STAR qualified hot food holding cabinets save me?

Each ENERGY STAR qualified hot food holding cabinet can save businesses 4,100 kWh annually, or an average of $280/year on utility bills.

Appliances

Did you know that the average home spends about $1400 on energy costs every year? Change to appliances that have earned the ENERGY STAR, and you can save $80 a year in energy costs, while saving the environment. 

Save Energy, Save Money

When buying an appliance, remember that it has two price tags: what you pay to take it home and what you pay for the energy and water it uses. ENERGY STAR qualified appliances incorporate advanced technologies that use 10-50% less energy and water than standard models. The money you save on your utility bills can more than make up for the cost of a more expensive but more efficient ENERGY STAR model.

Help Protect the Environment

Simple actions can make a big difference. If just one in 10 homes used ENERGY STAR qualified appliances, the change would be like planting 1.7 million new acres of trees.

For top performance, premium features, and energy savings, look for energy-efficient clothes washers, refrigerators, dishwashers, room air conditioners and dehumidifiers that have earned the ENERGY STAR. This mark may appear on the appliance, the packaging or the EnergyGuide label.

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GEAGM08FBYes800010.89.810%11/25/2002
GEAGM08FCYes800010.89.810%13/11/2003
GEAGM08FDYes800010.89.810%12/6/2004
GEAGM10AAYes1000010.89.810%11/25/2002
GEAGM10ABYes1000010.89.810%13/11/2003
GEAGM10ACYes1000010.99.811%12/6/2004
GEAGM12AAYes1200010.89.810%11/25/2002
GEAGM12ABYes1200010.89.810%13/11/2003
GEAGM12ACYes1200010.89.810%12/6/2004
GEAGM14AAYes1380010.89.810%12/25/2002
GEAGM14ABYes1380010.89.810%13/11/2003
GEAGM14ACYes1380010.89.810%12/6/2004
GEAGM18DAYes1780010.79.710%14/15/2002
GEAGM18DBYes1780010.79.710%13/11/2003
GEAGM18DCYes1780010.79.710%12/6/2004
GEAJCH08ACBNo80009.58.512%12/23/2004
GEAJCH10ACBNo99009.58.512%12/23/2004
GEAJCH10DCBNo99009.58.512%12/23/2004
GEAJCH12DCBNo116009.58.512%12/23/2004
GEAJCQ06LCBNo600010911%12/23/2004
GEAJCQ08ACBNo80009.58.512%12/23/2004
GEAJCQ10ACBNo99009.58.512%12/23/2004
GEAJCQ10DCBNo99009.58.512%12/23/2004
GEAJCQ12DCBNo116009.58.512%12/23/2004
GEAJCS06LCBNo600010911%12/22/2004
GEAJCS08ACBNo80009.58.512%12/23/2004
GEAJCS09DCANo89009.58.512%15/8/2002
GEAJCS09DCBNo89009.58.512%12/21/2004
GEAJCS10ACBNo99009.58.512%12/23/2004
GEAJCS10DCBNo99009.58.512%12/23/2004
GEAJCS12DCBNo116009.58.512%12/23/2004
GEASF05LAYes540010.89.711%13/5/2004
GEASF24DAYes237009.48.511%12/21/2003
GEASF24DBYes240009.48.511%13/5/2004
GEASM05LBYes540010.89.711%13/5/2004
GEASM08FCYes800010.89.810%12/21/2003
GEASM10ACYes1080010.89.810%12/21/2003
GEASM12ACYes1260010.89.810%12/21/2003
GEASM24DCYes237009.48.511%11/25/2002
GEASM24DDYes237009.48.511%12/21/2003
GEASM24DEYes240009.48.511%13/5/2004
GibsonGAS154K1AYes1510010.79.710%112/18/2000
GoldstarBG5200ERYes520010.89.711%13/25/2004
GoldstarBG8000ERYes800010.89.810%13/25/2004
GoldstarM1404ERYes1380010.89.810%13/25/2004
GoldstarM2404ERYes230009.48.511%13/25/2004
GoldstarWG5200EYes5200119.713%112/3/2001
GoldstarWG8000EYes8000119.812%112/3/2001
HaierESA305Yes500010.79.710%111/14/2002
HaierESA3053Yes520010.79.710%110/29/2003
HaierESA306Yes600010.79.710%111/14/2002
HaierESA3063Yes600010.79.710%110/29/2003
HaierESA308Yes800010.89.810%111/14/2002
HaierESA3083Yes800010.89.810%110/29/2003
HaierESA310Yes1000010.89.810%111/14/2002
HaierESA3103Yes1000010.89.810%110/29/2003
HaierESA312Yes1200010.89.810%111/14/2002
HaierESA3123Yes1200010.89.810%110/29/2003
HaierESA318Yes1780010.79.710%111/14/2002
HaierESA3183Yes1800010.79.710%110/29/2003
HaierESA324Yes244009.58.512%111/14/2002
HaierESA3243Yes240009.48.511%110/29/2003
HaierESA325Yes255009.58.512%17/21/2003
Hampton Bay266-814Yes780010.89.711%16/13/2002
Hampton Bay266-918Yes1253010.89.810%16/13/2002
Hampton Bay267-003Yes671010.79.710%16/13/2002
Hampton Bay267-566Yes535010.79.710%16/13/2002
Hampton Bay267-633Yes1432010.89.711%16/13/2002
Hampton BayHAW-05CR1FDEYes520010.79.710%111/6/2003
Hampton BayHAW-08CR1FDEYes805010.89.810%111/6/2003
Hampton BayHAW-15CR1FDEYes1450010.89.711%111/6/2003
Hampton BayHAW-24CR3FDEYes240009.48.511%111/6/2003
Hampton BayHBLG1400EYes1380010.89.810%15/3/2002
Hampton BayHBLG1453EYes1450010.89.711%12/19/2003
Hampton BayHBLG2350EYes235009.78.514%12/19/2003
Hampton BayHBLG2504EYes250009.48.511%11/8/2004
Hampton BayHBLG5200EYes520010.89.711%15/3/2002
Hampton BayHBLG5200EH4Yes520010.89.711%12/6/2004
Hampton BayHBLG5200ET4Yes520010.89.711%112/23/2003
Kenmore72055Yes5600119.713%11/17/2002
Kenmore72056Yes530010.89.711%11/17/2002
Kenmore720562Yes530010.89.711%13/19/2003
Kenmore72059Yes570011.29.715%11/17/2002
Kenmore720592Yes570011.29.715%13/19/2003
Kenmore72083No8000108.518%15/29/2002
Kenmore72088Yes800010.89.810%11/17/2002
Kenmore72089Yes820010.99.811%11/17/2002
Kenmore72115Yes1150010.89.810%11/17/2002
Kenmore72126No120009.58.512%15/29/2002
Kenmore72156Yes1510010.79.710%11/17/2002
Kenmore72175Yes1750010.79.710%11/17/2002
Kenmore72189Yes1800010.89.711%11/17/2002
Kenmore73055Yes5600119.713%13/12/2003
Kenmore730693Yes600010.79.710%13/19/2003
Kenmore730893Yes810010.89.810%13/19/2003
Kenmore73103No100009.58.512%15/29/2002
Kenmore73123No117009.58.512%15/29/2002
Kenmore73125Yes1250010.89.810%13/12/2003
Kenmore73156Yes1510010.79.710%13/12/2003
Kenmore73185Yes1850010.79.710%13/12/2003
Kenmore731893Yes1750010.89.711%13/19/2003
Kenmore73229Yes220009.48.511%13/12/2003
Kenmore74083Yes800010.89.810%14/29/2004
Kenmore74085No8000108.518%14/29/2004
Kenmore74106Yes1000010.89.810%13/12/2003
Kenmore74107Yes1000010.89.810%14/28/2004
Kenmore74109Yes1000010.89.810%14/29/2004
Kenmore74124No117009.48.511%14/12/2004
Kenmore74125Yes1220010.89.810%14/29/2004
Kenmore74156Yes15100119.713%14/29/2004
Kenmore75088Yes800010.89.810%13/12/2003
Kenmore76129Yes1230010.89.810%11/17/2002
Kenmore761293Yes1230010.89.810%13/19/2003
LG ElectronicsBP6000ERYes600010.79.710%13/25/2004
LG ElectronicsCL8000ERYes800010.89.810%13/25/2004
LG ElectronicsGL6000ERYes600010.79.710%13/25/2004
LG ElectronicsKG5200ERYes5200119.713%16/3/2002
LG ElectronicsLB1000ERYes10000119.812%13/25/2004
LG ElectronicsLB1200ERYes1230010.89.810%13/25/2004
LG ElectronicsLB8000ERYes820010.99.811%13/25/2004
LG ElectronicsLG1200ERY3Yes1230010.89.810%12/28/2003
LG ElectronicsLL060CSYes600010.79.710%13/25/2004
LG ElectronicsLP6000ERYes600010.79.710%13/31/2004
LG ElectronicsLP6000ERY4Yes600010.79.710%13/25/2004
LG ElectronicsLP6000RYes600010.89.711%12/19/2003
LG ElectronicsLT0810CNo8000108.518%13/25/2004
LG ElectronicsLT1010CNo100009.58.512%13/25/2004
LG ElectronicsLT1030CNo105009.58.512%13/25/2004
LG ElectronicsLT1230CNo123009.58.512%13/25/2004
LG ElectronicsLW060CSYes570010.89.711%13/25/2004
LG ElectronicsLW080CSYes820010.99.811%13/17/2004
LG ElectronicsLW1000ERY3Yes10000119.812%12/28/2003
LG ElectronicsLW1000PRY3Yes10000119.812%13/5/2003
LG ElectronicsLW1004ERYes10000119.812%13/25/2004
LG ElectronicsLW100CSYes10000119.812%13/25/2004
LG ElectronicsLW1200ERY3Yes1230010.89.810%12/20/2003
LG ElectronicsLW1200PRY3Yes1230010.89.810%13/5/2003
LG ElectronicsLW1204ERYes1230010.89.810%13/25/2004
LG ElectronicsLW1500ERYes1500011.59.719%112/3/2001
LG ElectronicsLW1500PRY3Yes1500011.59.719%12/28/2003
LG ElectronicsLW1800ERYes1800010.89.711%112/3/2001
LG ElectronicsLW1800ERY3Yes1750010.89.711%13/5/2003
LG ElectronicsLW1800ERZ3Yes1750010.89.711%13/17/2004
LG ElectronicsLW1800PRY3Yes1750010.89.711%12/28/2003
LG ElectronicsLW1800PRZ3Yes1750010.89.711%13/17/2004
LG ElectronicsLW1804ERYes1750010.89.711%13/25/2004
LG ElectronicsLW5200EYes520010.89.711%13/5/2003
LG ElectronicsLW5200ERY3Yes520010.89.711%12/20/2003
LG ElectronicsLW8000ERY3Yes820010.99.811%12/28/2003
LG ElectronicsLW8000ERY4Yes820010.99.811%13/25/2004
LG ElectronicsLW8000PRY3Yes820010.99.811%12/28/2003
LG ElectronicsLWG0812ACGYes7800119.713%112/3/2001
LG ElectronicsLWJ0512PCFYes530010.89.711%112/3/2001
LG ElectronicsLWJ0512PCGYes5200119.713%112/3/2001
LG ElectronicsLWJ0516UGFYes570011.29.715%112/3/2001
LG ElectronicsLWK0710WGLYes700011.79.721%112/3/2001
LG ElectronicsLWK0810PCLYes820010.99.811%112/3/2001
LG ElectronicsLWK0810PGLYes820010.99.811%112/3/2001
LG ElectronicsLWK0810WGLYes820010.99.811%112/3/2001
LG ElectronicsLWK0810WGRYes820010.99.811%112/3/2001
LG ElectronicsLWL1010PCLYes10000119.812%112/3/2001
LG ElectronicsLWL1010PGLYes10000119.812%112/3/2001
LG ElectronicsLWL1010WGLYes10000119.812%112/3/2001
LG ElectronicsLWL1210PCLYes1230010.89.810%112/3/2001
LG ElectronicsLWL1210PGLYes1230010.89.810%112/3/2001
LG ElectronicsLWL1210WGLYes1230010.89.810%112/3/2001
LG ElectronicsLWL1210WGRYes1230010.89.810%112/3/2001
LG ElectronicsLWL1830PCLYes1800010.89.711%112/3/2001
LG ElectronicsLWL1830PGLYes1800010.89.711%112/3/2001
LG ElectronicsLWL1830WGLYes1800010.89.711%112/3/2001
LG ElectronicsLWP1510PCLYes1500011.59.719%112/3/2001
LG ElectronicsLWP1510PGLYes1500011.59.719%112/3/2001
LG ElectronicsLWP1510WGLYes1500011.59.719%112/3/2001
LG ElectronicsLWP1830WGRYes1800010.89.711%112/3/2001
LG ElectronicsM1003ERYes1000010.89.810%16/3/2002
LG ElectronicsM1003LYes9800119.812%11/4/2001
LG ElectronicsM1203ERYes1200010.89.810%16/3/2002
LG ElectronicsM1203LYes1200010.89.810%11/4/2001
LG ElectronicsM1403ERYes1380010.89.810%16/3/2002
LG ElectronicsM5203ERYes5200119.713%16/3/2002
LG ElectronicsM5203LYes5200119.713%11/4/2001
LG ElectronicsM8003ERYes780010.79.710%16/3/2002
LG ElectronicsM8003LYes7800119.713%11/4/2001
LG ElectronicsWG1000ERYes1000010.89.810%16/3/2002
LG ElectronicsWG1200ERYes1200010.89.810%16/3/2002
LG ElectronicsWG8000ERYes800010.89.810%16/3/2002
MaytagM7D16E2AYes1600010.79.710%11/8/2002
MaytagM7D18E7AYes1800010.79.710%16/28/2002
MaytagM7D24E7AYes240009.48.511%13/27/2003
MaytagM7Q08F2AYes800010.89.810%11/8/2002
MaytagM7T12F2AYes1200010.89.810%11/8/2002
MaytagM7X05F2AYes520010.79.710%11/8/2002
MaytagM7X05F2BYes540010.79.710%13/27/2003
MaytagM7X06F2AYes600010.79.710%13/27/2003
MaytagM7Y10F2AYes1000010.89.810%13/27/2003
MaytagM7Y12F2AYes1200010.89.810%13/27/2003
MaytagM7Y15F2AYes1450010.79.710%13/27/2003
PanasonicCW-C200NUYes203009.58.512%13/22/2000
PanasonicCW-C53HUYes520010.89.711%13/5/2003
PanasonicCW-C60YUYes5800119.713%13/22/2000
PanasonicCW-C80YUYes7800119.713%14/14/2000
PanasonicCW-XC100HUYes980010.89.810%13/25/2004
PanasonicCW-XC103HUYes980010.89.810%13/5/2003
PanasonicCW-XC104HUYes980010.89.810%13/25/2004
PanasonicCW-XC118HUYes1180010.89.810%13/5/2003
PanasonicCW-XC120HUYes1200010.89.810%13/25/2004
PanasonicCW-XC123HUYes1200010.89.810%13/5/2003
PanasonicCW-XC124HUYes1200010.89.810%13/25/2004
PanasonicCW-XC143HUYes1380010.89.810%13/5/2003
PanasonicCW-XC144HUYes1380010.89.810%13/25/2004
PanasonicCW-XC183HUYes1780010.79.710%13/5/2003
PanasonicCW-XC184HUYes1780010.79.710%13/25/2004
PanasonicCW-XC203EUYes203009.58.512%12/21/2002
PanasonicCW-XC243HUYes235009.48.511%13/5/2003
PanasonicCW-XC244HUYes235009.48.511%13/25/2004
PanasonicCW-XC54HUYes520010.89.711%13/25/2004
PanasonicCW-XC60YUYes5800119.713%13/13/2001
PanasonicCW-XC63HUYes600010.79.710%13/5/2003
PanasonicCW-XC64HUYes600010.79.710%13/25/2004
PanasonicCW-XC78HUYes780010.79.710%13/5/2003
PanasonicCW-XC80HUYes780010.79.710%13/25/2004
PanasonicCW-XC80YUYes7800119.713%13/13/2001
PanasonicCW-XC82YUYes780010.79.710%14/17/2002
PanasonicCW-XC83HUYes780010.89.711%13/5/2003
PanasonicCW-XC83YUYes780010.79.710%12/21/2002
PanasonicCW-XC84HUYes780010.89.711%13/25/2004
PanasonicLW1400ERYes1450010.89.711%13/25/2004
QuasarHQ-2201SHYes203009.58.512%17/21/2000
QuasarHQ2061QHYes5800119.713%13/22/2000
QuasarHQ2081QHYes7800119.713%14/14/2000
QuasarHQ2200PHYes203009.58.512%13/22/2000
QuasarHQ2243THYes235009.48.511%14/22/2003
SamsungAW0591LYes540010.89.711%12/6/2003
SamsungAW0591MYes540010.89.711%12/6/2003
SamsungAW0593LYes540010.89.711%13/25/2004
SamsungAW0593MYes540010.89.711%13/24/2004
SamsungAW0691LYes650010.79.710%12/6/2003
SamsungAW0693LYes640010.79.710%13/25/2004
SamsungAW0693MYes640010.79.710%13/24/2004
SamsungAW069ABYes630010.79.710%11/8/2002
SamsungAW080ABYes800010.89.810%11/8/2002
SamsungAW0890ABYes800010.89.810%111/12/2002
SamsungAW0891LYes800010.89.810%12/6/2003
SamsungAW0891MYes800010.89.810%12/6/2003
SamsungAW0893LYes800010.89.810%13/25/2004
SamsungAW0893MYes800010.89.810%13/24/2004
SamsungAW0893PYes800010.89.810%13/25/2004
SamsungAW089ABYes800010.89.810%11/8/2002
SamsungAW1091LYes1080010.89.810%12/6/2003
SamsungAW1091MYes1080010.89.810%12/6/2003
SamsungAW1093LYes1020010.89.810%13/25/2004
SamsungAW1093MYes1020010.89.810%13/24/2004
SamsungAW1093PYes1020010.89.810%13/25/2004
SamsungAW109ABYes1000010.89.810%11/8/2002
SamsungAW1291LYes1260010.89.810%12/6/2003
SamsungAW1291MYes1260010.89.810%12/6/2003
SamsungAW1293LYes1260010.89.810%13/25/2004
SamsungAW1293MYes1260010.89.810%13/25/2004
SamsungAW1293PYes1260010.89.810%13/25/2004
SamsungAW129ABYes1290010.89.810%11/8/2002
SamsungAW1891LYes1780010.79.710%12/6/2003
SamsungAW1893LYes1810010.79.710%13/25/2004
SamsungAW1893MYes1810010.79.710%15/3/2004
SamsungAW1893PYes1810010.79.710%13/25/2004
SamsungAW2490DYes237009.48.511%11/8/2002
SamsungAW2490LYes237009.48.511%12/6/2003
SamsungAW2492LYes240009.48.511%13/25/2004
SharpAF-06CSLYes6000119.713%11/17/2002
SharpAF-P50CXYes5000119.713%11/17/2002
SharpAF-P60CXYes6000119.713%11/17/2002
SharpAF-P80CXYes8000119.812%11/17/2002
SharpAF-S100DXYes10000119.812%14/7/2003
SharpAF-S100EXYes1020010.89.810%13/25/2004
SharpAF-S120DXYes1150010.89.810%14/7/2003
SharpAF-S120EXYes1220010.89.810%13/25/2004
SharpAF-S125EXYes1220010.89.810%14/29/2004
SharpAF-S50CXYes5000119.713%11/17/2002
SharpAF-S50DXYes5000119.713%14/7/2003
SharpAF-S50EXYes520010.79.710%13/25/2004
SharpAF-S55CXYes5000119.713%11/17/2002
SharpAF-S60CXYes6000119.713%11/17/2002
SharpAF-S60DXYes6000119.713%14/7/2003
SharpAF-S60EXYes620010.79.710%13/25/2004
SharpAF-S80CXYes8000119.812%11/17/2002
SharpAF-S80DXYes8000119.812%14/7/2003
SharpAF-S80EXYes820010.89.810%13/25/2004
WhirlpoolACM108XLYes1000010.89.810%11/25/2002
WhirlpoolACM219XLYes205009.48.511%12/21/2002
WhirlpoolACQ058MMYes500010.79.710%14/1/2003
WhirlpoolACQ058PPYes550010.79.710%13/2/2004
WhirlpoolACQ068MPYes6000119.713%13/2/2004
WhirlpoolACQ088XPYes800010.89.810%13/2/2004
WhirlpoolACQ108XLYes1000010.89.810%11/25/2002
WhirlpoolACQ108XPYes1000010.89.810%13/18/2004
WhirlpoolACQ128XPYes1200010.89.810%13/2/2004
WhirlpoolACQ158XLYes1500010.79.710%11/25/2002
WhirlpoolACQ158XPYes1500010.79.710%13/2/2004
WhirlpoolACQ189XMYes1800010.79.710%14/1/2003
WhirlpoolACQ189XPYes1800010.79.710%13/2/2004
WhirlpoolACQ219XLYes205009.48.511%11/25/2002
WhirlpoolACQ219XPYes205009.48.511%13/2/2004
WhirlpoolACU088PPNo80009.48.511%15/20/2004
WhirlpoolACU108PPNo100009.48.511%15/20/2004
WhirlpoolACU109PPNo100009.48.511%15/20/2004
White-WestinghouseWAA053M7AYes5200119.713%13/12/2003
White-WestinghouseWAC053L7AYes520010.79.710%11/17/2002
White-WestinghouseWAS154K1AYes1510010.79.710%15/20/2002
White-WestinghouseWAS155M1AYes1510010.79.710%13/12/2003
WintairAW-05CR1FDEYes520010.79.710%111/6/2003
WintairAW-06CR1FDEYes615010.79.710%111/6/2003
WintairAW-08CR1FDEYes805010.89.810%111/6/2003
WintairAW-15CR1FDEYes1450010.89.711%111/6/2003
WintairAW-24CR3FMEYes240009.48.511%111/6/2003

Furnaces

Furnaces

Furnaces are the most common residential heating system in the U.S.

Earning the ENERGY STAR means products meet strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the US Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Energy.

  • ENERGY STAR qualified furnaces have an annual fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE) rating of 90% or greater, making them about 15% more efficient than standard models.

Remember, saving energy prevents pollution.
By choosing ENERGY STAR and taking steps to optimize the performance of your heating equipment, you are helping to prevent global warming and promoting cleaner air while enhancing the comfort of your home.

You may also be interested to know:

  • Though these products can be more expensive to purchase up front, the cost difference will be paid back over time through lower energy bills.
  • When buying new equipment, sizing and installation are as important as product quality. Make sure to find a good contractor.
  • You can get better heating and cooling performance at home with ENERGY STAR home sealing (insulation and air sealing) and duct sealing.
  • Consider regular maintenance to maintain your heating and cooling system performance.

Room Air Cleaners

ENERGY STAR Room Air Cleaners

A room air cleaner is a portable, electric, cord-connected appliance that removes fine particle matter from room air.

Did you know that a typical room air cleaner, operating continuously, uses approximately 600 kWh per year in electricity – this is equal to the power used by your refrigerator!

ENERGY STAR qualified room air cleaners are 35% more energy-efficient than standard models saving consumers 215 kWh/year, or $16 annually on utility bills. These savings could add up to as much as $150 over the life of the air cleaner!

Earning the ENERGY STAR means products meet strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the US Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Energy. 

  • ENERGY STAR qualified room air cleaners use less energy to remove particles, such as dust and pollen from indoor air.
  • Qualified models that offer secondary features such as clocks and remote controls consume less than 2 watts while in standby mode.
  • ENERGY STAR specification for room air cleaners measures energy efficiency by using a CADR/Watt ratio. Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR) is a measure of the amount of contaminant-free air delivered by the room air cleaner. However, please note, the US EPA does not endorse any manufacturer claims of healthier indoor air from the use of this product.

Remember, saving energy prevents pollution. By choosing a room air cleaner that meets ENERGY STAR, you are helping prevent global warming without sacrificing the product quality and performance you expect.

Room Air Cleaners Key Product Criteria

Equipment Specification Room Air Cleaners Must produce a minimum 50 CADR* for Dust to be considered under this specification.

  • Minimum Performance Requirement: = 2.0 CADR/Watt (Dust)
  • Standby Power Requirement: = 2.0 Watts Qualifying models that perform secondary consumer functions (e.g. clock, remote control) must meet the standby power requirement.
  • UL Safety Requirement: Models that emit ozone as a byproduct of air cleaning must meet UL Standard 867 (ozone production must not exceed 50ppb)

*Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR) must be measured according to the latest ANSI/AHAM AC-1 (AC-1) Standard (Go to www.aham.org for information regarding the latest edition of the AC-1 Standard). 

Product Packaging Requirements

The ENERGY STAR disclaimer label, which includes the following statement, must be placed on the product packaging of ENERGY STAR qualified air cleaners: “This product earned the ENERGY STAR by meeting strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the US EPA. US EPA does not endorse any manufacturer claims of healthier indoor air from the use of this product.” 

Manufacturer NameBrand/Model NameModel NumberDust CADRTobacco Smoke CADRPollen CADRDust CADR/WattDate Available on the Market
Blueair Inc.Aerus4022502402553.57Currently 
Blueair Inc.Blueair5013773883783.968Currently 
Blueair Inc.Blueair4022502402554.545Currently 
Blueair Inc.Blueair601≥400438≥450≥3.33Currently 
Friedrich A/C Co.Friedrich A/C Co.C90A3203003703.5521-Jun-04
Sharp CorporationSharpFP-280WM9386973.1Currently 
Sharp CorporationSharpFP-N40CX1571631566.3Currently 
Sharp CorporationSharpFP-N60X2092132053.9Currently 
Whirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolAP51030R3323412913.221-Aug-04
Whirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolAP45030R3343433073.211-Aug-04
Whirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolAP25030R1661611743.461-Aug-04
The Holmes GroupHolmesHAP725-U174160.4152.32.15Currently 
The Holmes GroupHolmesHAP1625-U174160.4152.32.16Currently 
The Holmes GroupHolmesHAP750-U275.6270.7244.32.37Currently 
The Holmes GroupHolmesHAP1650-U275.6270.7244.32.37Currently 
The Holmes GroupBionaireBAP1225-U174160.4152.32.161-Aug-04
The Holmes GroupBionaireBAP1250-U275.6270.7244.32.371-Aug-04

* Disclaimer: Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR) is a measure of the amount of contaminant-free air delivered by the room air cleaner. The ENERGY STAR specification requires that manufacturers measure CADR according to AHAM/ANSI AC-1-2002, a test procedure developed by the Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers (AHAM), and recognized by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). For more information about CADR please visit : www.cadr.org

When considering the purchase of an ENERGY STAR qualified room air cleaner, the comparison should not solely be based on CADR.  The CADR of a specific air cleaner model is affected by a number of factors included the size of the model; larger units often have higher CADRs. For more information on the appropriate sized room air cleaner for your application please refer to individual manufacturer web sites or ask your retailer.

Room Air Conditioners

Replacing a 10-year-old room air conditioner with a new ENERGY STAR qualified model saves an average of $14 a year on your electric bill. 

Earning the ENERGY STAR means a product meets strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the US Environmental Protection Agency and the US Department of Energy.

  • ENERGY STAR qualified room air conditioners use at least 10% less energy than conventional models.

Remember, saving energy prevents pollution. By choosing ENERGY STAR, you are helping prevent global warming and promoting cleaner air without sacrificing the product quality and performance you expect.

You may also be interested to know that many people buy an air conditioner that is too large. ENERGY STAR suggests making sure your unit is properly sized.

Properly Sized Room Air Conditioners

Many people buy an air conditioner that is too large, thinking it will provider better cooling. However, an oversized air conditioner is actually less effective – and wastes energy at the same time. Air conditioners remove both heat and humidity from the air. If the unit is too large, it will cool the room quickly, but only remove some of the humidity. This leaves the room with a damp, clammy feeling. A properly sized unit will remove humidity effectively as it cools.

Finding which size unit is best for your cooling needs

1. Determine the square footage of the area to be cooled using the following formulas:

  • For square and rectangular rooms, multiply the length of the area by its width
  • For a triangular area, multiply the length of the area by the width and divide by 2

Most rooms can be further divided into these basic shapes to determine the square footage.

If the shape of your room is other than square or rectangular, ask your sales associate to help you determine the square footage.

2. Using the square footage and the chart below, determine the correct cooling capacity. Cooling capacity is measured in British thermal units (BTUs) per hour.

Area To Be Cooled (square feet) Capacity Needed (BTUs per hour) 
100 to 1505,000
150 to 2506,000
250 to 3007,000
300 to 3508,000
350 to 4009,000
400 to 45010,000
450 to 55012,000
550 to 70014,000
700 to 1,00018,000
1,000 to 1,20021,000
1,200 to 1,40023,000
1,400 to 1,50024,000
1,500 to 2,00030,000
2,000 to 2,50034,000

3. Make any adjustments for the following circumstances:

  • If the room is heavily shaded, reduce capacity by 10 percent.
  • If the room is very sunny, increase capacity by 10 percent.
  • If more than two people regularly occupy the room, add 600 BTUs for each additional person.
  • If the unit is used in a kitchen, increase capacity by 4,000 BTUs.
  • Consider where you install the unit. If you are mounting an air conditioner near the corner of a room, look for a unit that can send the airflow in the right direction.

Room Air Conditioners Information Resources

Information Source: List of ENERGY STAR labeled room air conditioners. 

Printed information is also available from the toll-free ENERGY STAR Hotline: 1-888-STAR-YES (1-888-782-7937). 

Scope: Database includes qualified models from most appliance manufacturers. 

Search criteria include: 

  1. Brand 
  2. Model Number
  3. Cooling Capacity (BTU/hour)
  4. Louvered Sides (i.e., Does the product have louvered sides?)
  5. Casement (i.e., Is the product a casement model?)

Resulting list provides the following information that can be sorted:

  1. Brand 
  2. Model Number
  3. Cooling Capacity (BTU/hour)
  4. Louvered Sides (i.e., Does the product have louvered sides?)
  5. Casement (i.e., Is the product a casement model?)
  6. Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER)
  7. Applicable federal standard (EER)
  8. Percent more efficient than the federal standard

Cooling capacities from 5,000 — 28,000 BTU/hour. 

Original Data Source: The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) obtains data from the Federal Trade Commission or from manufacturers. 

Update Frequency: Updated as manufacturers report new information. 

Information Source: California Energy Commission database

How to Access: Downloadable via an on-line bulletin board service by dialing (916) 654-4069. 

A “Read Me” file describes all of the information available and gives instructions for downloading and use of the database files, including file decompression procedures. The fields in each database are described in a separate text file. Three-letter codes for Manufacturer names and Brand names, for all product types together, are listed in alphabetical order in two separate text files containing approximately 1,500 names and codes. 

To make a special request for a printed list, contact:
Appliance Certification Program
California Energy Commission
(916) 654-5106
(916) 654-4304 (fax)
Email: [email protected] 

Scope: On-line listing shows over 300 models that have an Energy Efficiency Rating (EER) of 9.2 or better (approximately 40 percent models of this type in the database). 

  • 115 and 230 volt models 
  • Cooling capacities from 5,000 – 27,600 Btuh 
  • Includes some models with heat pump and electric resistance heating capability 
  • 230 and 208 volt, single-phase systems 

Downloadable file contains over 800 models that meet minimum federal and California standards (available in DBF, comma-delimited, or ASCII format). 

  • Includes room air conditioners, packaged terminal air conditioners, and packaged terminal heat pumps in one file 
  • 115 and 230 volt models 
  • Cooling capacities from 4,400 – 34,000 Btuh 
  • Includes some models with heat pump and electric resistance heating capability 
  • 230 and 208 volt, single-phase systems 

Scope: List includes 81 models from among 18 brands that have Energy Efficiency Ratios (EER) ranging from 10.0 to 11.8 (5 models w/cooling capacities > 18,000 Btuh have EERs = 9.5). 

Cooling capacities from 5,000 — 28,000 BTU/hour. 

Models are grouped by size (cooling capacity), and listed in order of descending EER. 

Original Data Source: Derived from Directory of Certified Room Air Conditioners, Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers, Chicago, IL, October 1997 

Programmable Thermostats

Programmable thermostats that have earned the ENERGY STAR help you save money and keep your home comfortable by automatically adjusting your temperature settings while you are asleep or away, saving you about $100 per year. 

Earning the ENERGY STAR means products meet strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the US Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Energy.

  • Store four or more temperature settings a day
  • Adjust heating or air conditioning turn-on times as the outside temperature changes
  • Save and repeat multiple daily settings

Remember, saving energy prevents pollution.
By choosing ENERGY STAR and taking steps to optimize the performance of your heating and cooling equipment, you are helping to prevent global warming and promoting cleaner air while enhancing the comfort of your home.

You may also be interested to know:

  • To maximize energy savings, install your thermostat away from natural cool and hot spots. In hot summer months, set your thermostat several degrees higher when you’re away.
  • You can get better performance out of your cooling equipment by sealing your home and making sure your ducts don’t leak.
  • EPA offers additional suggestions for improving the performance of your cooling system as well as general home improvement advice.

Ventilating Fans

Earning the ENERGY STAR means products meet strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the US Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Energy.

  • ENERGY STAR qualified ventilation fans use 65% less energy, on average, than standard models.
  • These fans move more air per unit energy used through better blade design.
  • They provide better efficiency and comfort with less noise.
  • They use high performance motors that perform better and last longer.

Remember, saving energy prevents pollution. Choosing ENERGY STAR qualified products helps prevent global warming and promotes cleaner air. When you combine efficient products with other ENERGY STAR recommended home improvements such as air sealing and proper insulation, you can save even more while enhancing the comfort of your home.

Want to improve your heating and cooling performance at home? ENERGY STAR can help you improve your home.

Water Coolers

ENERGY STAR qualified water coolers can lower annual energy bills by as much as $30 per unit. Water coolers for residential and office use now qualify for the ENERGY STAR label. Both cold only and hot/cold units can earn the ENERGY STAR. 

Earning the ENERGY STAR

ENERGY STAR water coolers feature:

  • Improved chilling mechanisms.
  • More insulation to keep heated water hot and chilled water cold.

Remember, saving energy prevents pollution. In 2003, through its education and outreach efforts, ENERGY STAR has saved businesses and consumers an estimated $8 billion in energy costs and has prevented greenhouse gas emissions equivalent to taking 18 million cars off the road. 

Bottled Water Coolers Product List

List Current as of July 28, 2004

Unit Type Company Brand Model Name Model Number
Cook and Cold Bottled UnitADDICO Products Inc.WaterHouse200WHAT-205EI
Cook and Cold Bottled UnitADDICO Products Inc.ADDI500ADDI-508 DR
Cook and Cold Bottled UnitADDICO Products Inc.ADDI500ADDI-508ED
Cook and Cold Bottled UnitADDICO Products Inc.Aquarius700AQUA-705EB
Cook and Cold Bottled UnitADDICO Products Inc.ADDI800ADDI-805 CZ
Cook and Cold Bottled UnitADDICO Products Inc.ADDI2000ADDI-2005 BA
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitADDICO Products Inc.ADDI3000ADDI-3145
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitADDICO Products Inc.ADDI3000ADDI-3245
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitADDICO Products Inc.ADDIADDI-1425
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitADDICO Products Inc.ADDIADDI-1429
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitADDICO Products Inc.ADDIADDI-1825
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitADDICO Products Inc.ADDIADDI-2025
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitADDICO Products Inc.ADDIADDI-225
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitADDICO Products Inc.ADDIADDI-325
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitADDICO Products Inc.ADDIADDI-329
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitADDICO Products Inc.ADDIADDI-425
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitADDICO Products Inc.ADDIADDI-429
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitADDICO Products Inc.ADDIADDI-528
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitADDICO Products Inc.ADDIADDI-725
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitADDICO Products Inc.ADDIADDI-729
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitADDICO Products Inc.ADDIADDI-825
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitADDICO Products Inc.AquariusAQUA-729EA
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitAvanti ProductsAvantiWHC59
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitElectrotemp Technologies, Inc.ElectrotempAspenCH-102
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitElectrotemp Technologies, Inc.ElectrotempAspenCHK-102
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitElectrotemp Technologies, Inc.ElectrotempMont BlancCH-1000
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitElectrotemp Technologies, Inc.ElectrotempMont BlancCHK-1000
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitGE AppliancesGEGXCC01D
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitGE AppliancesGEGXCF05D
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitHaier AmericaHaierFreestandingWDQS005
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitHaier AmericaHaierFreestandingWDQS015
Unit Type Company Brand Model Name Model Number
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitHaier AmericaHaierFreestandingWDQS035
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitHaier AmericaHaierFreestandingWDQS045
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitHaier AmericaHaierFreestandingWDQS055
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitHaier AmericaHaierTabletopWDQT005
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitHaier AmericaHaierTabletopWDQT015
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitL’image Home Products DBA Sunbeam Products, Inc.SunbeamCombo0147
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitL’image Home Products DBA Sunbeam Products, Inc.SunbeamCombo0148
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitL’image Home Products DBA Sunbeam Products, Inc.SunbeamCombo0194
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitL’image Home Products DBA Sunbeam Products, Inc.SunbeamStorage0102
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitL’image Home Products DBA Sunbeam Products, Inc.SunbeamStorage0103
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitMI Tools, Inc. DBA Hamilton BeachHamilton BeachElite2002
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitQIDI Electric Group Co. Ltd.QIDIYLR1YLR1-5-D12a
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitQIDI Electric Group Co. Ltd.QIDIYLR2YLR2-5-V202B
Cook and Cold Bottled UnitSunroc CorporationWaterBoySSRC-1C
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitSunroc CorporationWaterBoySSRC-1H
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitTTI AppliancesFreshWaterElite2002
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitTTI AppliancesFreshWaterElite2003
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitTTI AppliancesFreshWaterElite2004
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitTTI AppliancesFreshWaterElite2005
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitTTI AppliancesFreshWaterElite4001
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitTTI AppliancesFreshWaterPlatinum3001
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitTTI AppliancesFreshWaterPlatinum3002
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitTTI AppliancesFreshWaterPlatinum3004
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitTTI AppliancesFreshWaterPlatinum3005
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitTTI AppliancesFreshWaterPlatinum3006
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitTTI AppliancesFreshWaterPlatinum3007
Unit Type Company Brand Model Name Model Number
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitTTI AppliancesFreshWaterPlatinum3008
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-3000WHRA-3345BW
Cook and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-400WHRA-405BR
Cook and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-400WHRA-405BU
Cook and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-400WHRA-405CA
Cook and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-400WHRA-405DA
Cook and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-400WHRA-405DB
Cook and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-400WHRA-405DC
Cook and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-400WHRA-405DD
Cook and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-400WHRA-405DE
Cook and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-400WHRA-409BR
Cook and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-400WHRA-409BU
Cook and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-400WHRA-409CA
Cook and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-400WHRA-409DA
Cook and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-400WHRA-409DB
Cook and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-400WHRA-409DC
Cook and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-400WHRA-409DD
Cook and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-400WHRA-409DE
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-400WHRA-425BR
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-400WHRA-425BS
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-400WHRA-425BU
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-400WHRA-425CA
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-400WHRA-425DA
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-400WHRA-425DB
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-400WHRA-425DC
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-400WHRA-425DD
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-400WHRA-425DE
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-400WHRA-429BR
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-400WHRA-429BU
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-400WHRA-429CA
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-400WHRA-429DA
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-400WHRA-429DB
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-400WHRA-429DC
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-400WHRA-429DD
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-400WHRA-429DE
Cook and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-500WHRA-502DF
Unit Type Company Brand Model Name Model Number
Cook and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-500WHRA-502DG
Cook and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-500WHRA-502DH
Cook and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-500WHRA-502DJ
Cook and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-500WHRA-502DK
Cook and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-500WHRA-502DL
Cook and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-500WHRA-502DM
Cook and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-500WHRA-508BX
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-500WHRA-522DF
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-500WHRA-522DG
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-500WHRA-522DH
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-500WHRA-522DJ
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-500WHRA-522DK
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-500WHRA-522DL
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-500WHRA-522DM
Hot and Cold Bottled UnitWhirlpool CorporationWhirlpoolWHRA-500WHRA-528BZ

Refrigerators And Freezers

Residential Refrigerators
Commercial Solid Door Refrigerators & Freezers 

ENERGY STAR qualified refrigerators require about half as much energy as models manufactured before 1993. ENERGY STAR qualified refrigerators provide energy savings without sacrificing the features you want.

Earning the ENERGY STAR

  • ENERGY STAR qualified refrigerator models use high efficiency compressors, improved insulation, and more precise temperature and defrost mechanisms to improve energy efficiency.
  • ENERGY STAR qualified refrigerator models use at least 15% less energy than required by current federal standards and 40% less energy than the conventional models sold in 2001.
  • Many ENERGY STAR qualified refrigerator models include automatic ice-maker and through-the-door ice dispensers. Qualified models are also available with top, bottom, and side-by-side freezers.
  • ENERGY STAR qualified freezer models use at least 10% less energy than required by current federal standards. Qualified freezer models are available in three configurations:
    • upright freezers with automatic defrost
    • upright freezers with manual defrost
    • chest freezers
  • Chest freezers are only available with manual defrost.
  • ENERGY STAR compact refrigerators and freezers use at least 20% less energy than required by current federal standards. Compacts are models with volumes less than 7.75 cubic feet. 

Remember, saving energy prevents pollution. Refrigerators are the single biggest energy consumer in most households. Replacing a refrigerator bought in 1990 with a new ENERGY STAR qualified model would save enough energy to light the average household for more than four and a half months.

Commercial Solid Door Refrigerators and Freezers Product List

List Current as of April 27, 2004

Continental RefrigeratorDL2FCommercial FreezerReach-in CabinetAutomatic50.4750.4783.3211.4652132.0835.590.17R-404A13.75
Continental RefrigeratorDL2FECommercial FreezerReach-in CabinetAutomatic55.9655.9683.3211.4657144.7835.590.17R-404A14.1
Continental RefrigeratorDL3FCommercial FreezerReach-in CabinetAutomatic74.0674.0683.3211.4678198.1235.590.17R-404A28.64
Continental RefrigeratorDL3RFCommercial FreezerReach-in CabinetAutomatic757583.3211.4685.5217.1735.590.17R-404A30.64
Hoshizaki America, Inc.FH1-AACCommercial FreezerReach-in CabinetAutomatic20.8520.8584.5214.6327.569.8533.685.34R-404A8.989
Hoshizaki America, Inc.FH1-SSBCommercial FreezerReach-in CabinetAutomatic20.620.684.5214.6327.569.8533.685.34R-404A8.016
Hoshizaki America, Inc.FH2-AACCommercial FreezerReach-in CabinetAutomatic46.146.184.5214.6355139.733.685.34R-404A13.719
Hoshizaki America, Inc.FH2-AAC- HDCommercial FreezerReach-in CabinetAutomatic46.146.184.5214.6355139.733.685.34R-404A17.89
Hoshizaki America, Inc.FH2-SSBCommercial FreezerReach-in CabinetAutomatic45.0545.0584.5214.6355139.733.685.34R-404A15.887
Hoshizaki America, Inc.FH2-SSB- HDCommercial FreezerReach-in CabinetAutomatic45.0545.0584.5214.6355139.733.685.34R-404A17.36
McCall RefrigerationTwo-Sec Frez1- Commercial 1045FA, 1- Freezer 1045FL, 1-
1045FC, 1-1045FALC
Reach-in CabinetAutomatic48.548.584.5214.6355139.734.888.39R-404A18.42
McCall RefrigerationTwo-Sec FrezKF-2, KF- Commercial 2A, KF-2L, Freezer KF-2C, KF-
2ALC
Reach-in CabinetAutomatic48.548.584.5214.6355139.734.888.39R-404A18.42
McCall RefrigerationTwo-Sec Frez.1-1045FCommercial FreezerReach-in CabinetAutomatic48.548.584.5214.6355139.734.888.39R-404A18.42
McCall RefrigerationTwo-Sec Frez.2-2045F, 2-2045FA, 2-2045FL, 2-2045FC, 2- 2045FALCCommercial FreezerReach-in CabinetAutomatic48.548.584.5214.6355139.734.888.39R-404A18.42
McCall RefrigerationTwo-Sec Frez.4-4045F, 4-4045FA, 4-4045FL, 4-4045FC, 4- 4045FALCCommercial FreezerReach-in CabinetAutomatic48.548.584.5214.6355139.734.888.39R-404A18.42
McCall Refrigeration1-1024UFCommercial FreezerReach-in CabinetAutomatic28.528.584.5214.6333.384.4634.8188.42R-404A10.92
McCall Refrigeration1- 1024UFCCommercial FreezerReach-in CabinetAutomatic28.528.584.5214.6333.384.4634.8188.42R-404A10.92
McCall Refrigeration1- 1024UFLCommercial FreezerReach-in CabinetAutomatic28.528.584.5214.6333.384.4634.8188.42R-404A10.92
McCall Refrigeration1- 1045F01Commercial FreezerReach-in CabinetAutomatic48.548.584.5214.6355139.734.888.39R-404A20.31

Boilers

Whether gas or oil, ENERGY STAR qualified boilers use about 10% less energy than a standard boil

Earning the ENERGY STAR means products meet strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the US Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Energy.

  • ENERGY STAR qualified boilers have an annual fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE) rating of 85% or greater.
  • They achieve greater efficiency with improved features, including:
    • electric ignition, which eliminates the need to have the pilot light burning all the time
    • new combustion technologies that extract more heat from the same amount of fuel
    • sealed combustion that uses outside air to fuel the burner, reducing draft and improving safety

Remember, saving energy prevents pollution.
By choosing ENERGY STAR and taking steps to optimize the performance of your heating equipment, you are helping to prevent global warming and promoting cleaner air while enhancing the comfort of your home.

You may also be interested to know:

  • Though these products can be more expensive to purchase up front, the cost difference will be paid back over time through lower energy bills.
  • When buying new equipment, sizing and installation are as important as product quality. See our recommendations for finding a good contractor.
  • You can get better heating and cooling performance at home with ENERGY STAR home sealing (insulation and air sealing) and duct sealing.
  • Consider regular maintenance to maintain your heating and cooling system performance.

Boilers Information Resources

Residential vs. Non-Residential Boilers 

Residential: models with energy input less than 300,000 Btuh, and that use a single-phase electric supply. Minimum efficiency levels for this equipment are established by the National Appliance Energy Conservation Act (NAECA). The energy-efficiency metric for residential models is: Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE). 

Non-residential: models with energy input equal to or greater than 300,000 Btuh that use a single-phase electric supply, and all models that require a three-phase electric supply. Minimum efficiency levels for this equipment are established by the Energy Policy Act of 1992 (EPAct). The energy-efficiency metric for non-residential models is: Thermal Efficiency (TE). 

Information Source: List of ENERGY STAR qualified boilers. 

Information Source: California Energy Commission database file 

How to Access: Downloadable via an on-line bulletin board service by dialing (916) 654-4069. 

A “Read Me” file describes all of the information available and gives instructions for downloading and use of the database files, including file decompression procedures. The fields in each database are described in a separate text file. Three-letter codes for Manufacturer names and Brand names, for all product types together, are listed in alphabetical order in two separate text files containing approximately 1,500 names and codes. 

To make a special request for a printed list, contact:
Appliance Certification Program
California Energy Commission
(916) 654-5106
(916) 654-4304 (fax) Email: [email protected] 

Scope: File includes both residential and non-residential-type models, and contains data on over 2,000 residential-type models from more than 25 manufacturers (available in DBF, comma-delimited, or ASCII format). 

Includes steam and hot water boilers for space heating, and boilers that can be used for either space heating or to heat domestic hot water. 

Includes boilers ranging in input from 30,000  85,000,000 Btuh. 

Includes natural gas, liquefied petroleum gas, electric, and combination-fired boilers. (Oil-fired boilers are not required to be certified to the Commission but data may be submitted voluntarily by manufacturers.) 

Scope: 

Two lists cover both types of gas boilers:

  • 88 hot water models from 10 manufacturers with Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiencies (AFUE) > 83.0 %; Capacities from 43,000  139,000 Btuh.
  • 41 steam models from among 10 brands with Thermal Efficiencies >= 81.0 %; Capacities from 81,000  173,000 Btuh.

Two lists cover both types of oil boilers:

  • 94 hot water models from among 20 brands with AFUEs >= 86.0 %; Capacities from 62,000  147,000 Btuh.
  • 31 steam models from among 11 manufacturers with AFUEs >= 86.0 %; Capacities from 78,000  151,000 Btuh.

Models are grouped by size (capacity), and listed in order of descending AFUE. 

Original Data Source: Derived from Consumer’s Directory of Certified Efficiency Ratings for Residential Heating and Water Heating Equipment, Gas Appliance Manufacturer’s Association, Arlington, VA, October 1997 April 1998 edition. 

Update Frequency: Annually 

Boilers

Brand NameModel NameFuel TypeBoiler TypeModel Number
Axeman-Anderson Co.Axeman-Anderson Boilers   NPO Series: 74NPO, 87NPO, 108NPO, 128NPO; 74NPO-U, 87NPO-U, 108NPO-U, 128NPO-U
Axeman-Anderson Co.Axeman-Anderson Boilers   Olympia I Series: Models OL-91, OL-119, GL-91
Axeman-Anderson Co.Axeman-Anderson Boilers   PO-2 Series: Model 74POD-2, 87POD-2 (Damper, Light Oil)
Axeman-Anderson Co.Axeman-Anderson Boilers   Vesta Series: PVT models 105B, 119B, 119H-189H
BaxiLuna Wall Hung BoilerGas  Luna 131 FI
BaxiLuna Wall Hung BoilerGas  Luna 310 Fi
Buderus Hydronic SystemsGas BoilersGasWater G124x/DI/18, /25, /32
Buderus Hydronic SystemsGas BoilersGasWater GA124/17, /23, 30
Buderus Hydronic SystemsGas BoilersOilWater G115/21, /28, /34
Buderus Hydronic SystemsGas BoilersOilWater G215/3, /4, /5, /6 models
BurnhamLE, LEDV SeriesOilWater LE-1, LEDV-1
BurnhamRevolutionGasWater RV3, RV4, RV5, RV6, RV7
BurnhamV8OilWater V83-7
Bryant Heating & Cooling SystemsBW4/BW5 Series Oil-Fired BoilersOilWater BW4/5 Series – Input sizes -91, -105, -126, -168
Bryant Heating & Cooling SystemsPlus Series BoilersGasWater All BW9 models (50,75,100)
CarrierBW4/BW5 Series Oil-Fired BoilersOilWater BW4/5 Series – Input sizes -91, -105, -126, -168
CarrierWeatherMaker BoilersGasWater All BW9 models (50,75,100)
Columbia BoilerLV and LVD Series Water LV 75, LVD 75, LV 125
Columbia BoilerSolaia Series Water SL375
Columbia BoilerSolaia Series Water SL4100
Columbia BoilerSolaia Series Water SL5125
Columbia BoilerSolaia Series Water SL6150
Columbia BoilerWB Series Water WB 125
Conematic Heating Systems Inc.Hydronic Boiler & Demand Water HeaterNatural GasWater CM-1
Conematic Heating Systems Inc.Hydronic Boiler Radiant UnitNatural GasWater CM-RU
Crown Boiler Co.FreeportOilWater CT-3, CT-4, CT-5, CT-6, CT-7
Crown Boiler Co.TobagoOilWater TW2-065, TW2-075, TW2-090, TW2-120
Dunkirk BoilersEV SeriesGasWater DPFG-3T, 4T, 5T, 6T, 8T
Dunkirk BoilersEV SeriesOilWater All models ending in UDES or DES
Dunkirk BoilersEV SeriesOilWater DFPO-3T, 4T, 5T, 6T, 8T
Dunkirk BoilersEmpire SeriesOilWater 3EW.65T, 3EW.75T, 3EW.65Z, 3EW.75Z
Dunkirk BoilersEmpire SeriesOilWater 4EW.90T, 4EW.90Z
Dunkirk BoilersEmpire SeriesOilWater 4EW1.25T, 4EW1.50T, 4EW1.25Z, 4EW1.50Z
Dunkirk BoilersEmpire SeriesOilWater 5EW1.20T, 5EW1.20Z
Dunkirk BoilersQuantum 90 SeriesGasWater Q-90-50, -75, 100
Dunkirk BoilersQuantum 90-200GasWater Q90 -125, 150, 175, 200
Dunkirk BoilersQuantum Leap (QL) SeriesGasWater QL-100
UltimateUltimate ProductsGasWater PFG-3T, 4T, 5T, 6T, 8T
UltimateUltimate ProductsOilWater PFO-3,4,5,7,9 and PF03T, 4T, 5T, 6T, 8T
Utica BoilersUB90-200GasWater UB90-125, 150, 175, 200
Energy KineticsSystem 2000GasWater EK-1, EK-1-DV, EK-2, EK-2-DV
Energy KineticsSystem 2000OilWater EK-1, EK-1-DV, EK-2, EK-2-DV
Energy KineticsSystem 2000PropaneWater EK-1, EK-1-DV, EK-2, EK-2-DV
GlowcoreWater BoilerGasWater GBA1
Heat Transfer Products, Inc.Gas Fired Condensing BoilerGasWater Munchkin 399M
Heat Transfer Products, Inc.Gas Fired Condensing BoilerGasWater Munchkin T50M
Heat Transfer Products, Inc.Gas Fired Condensing BoilerGasWater Munchkin T80M
Heat Transfer Products, Inc.Gas Fired Condensing BoilerGas  Munchkin 140M
Heat Transfer Products, Inc.Gas Fired Condensing Boiler   Munchkin 199M
Heat Transfer Products, Inc.Gas Fired Condensing Boiler   Munchkin 80M
Hydrotherm BoilersPulse   AM-100, AM-150, AM-300
Hydrotherm BoilersSabre Series   FX-70, FX-105, FX-140, FX-175, FX-200
Smith Cast Iron Boilers8 Series   8W/S3 – 8W/S6, 8W/S3T – 8W/S-6T
Smith Cast Iron BoilersLexington Series   GS110-3 through GS110-7
Monitor Products, Inc.Fully Condensing BoilersOilWater FCX fully condensing boiler
Monitor Products, Inc.MZ-Wall Hung Condensing BoilerGasWater MZ 40C, MZ 25S, MZ 25C
NTITrinityGasSteam T-150, T-200
NTITrinityGasSteam T150C, T200C
New Yorker Boiler CoFR WGSOilWater FR WGS
New Yorker Boiler CoFR WGS IIOilWater FR WGS II
New Yorker Boiler CoFR-122-WOilWater FR-122-W
New Yorker Boiler CoFR-147-WOilWater FR-147-W
New Yorker Boiler CoFR-173-WOilWater FR-173-W
New Yorker Boiler CoFR-205-WOilWater FR-205-W
New Yorker Boiler CoFR-232-WOilWater FR-232-W
New Yorker Boiler CoFR-98-WOilWater FR-98-W
PeerlessGas Fired BoilerGasWater Pinnacle – PI-80, PI-140, PI-199
PeerlessGas Fired BoilerGasWater Series PDE-03, Series PDE-04, Series PDE-05
PeerlessOil Fired BoilerOilSteam Series EC/ECT-03- .75 gph
PeerlessOil Fired BoilerOilSteam Series EC/ECT-04- 1.25 gph
PeerlessOil Fired BoilerOilSteam Series EC/ECT-05- 1.75 gph
PeerlessOil Fired BoilerOilWater Series EC/ECT-03- .75 gph
PeerlessOil Fired BoilerOilWater Series EC/ECT-03- 1.00 gph
PeerlessOil Fired BoilerOilWater Series EC/ECT-04- 1.25 gph
PeerlessOil Fired BoilerOilWater Series EC/ECT-04- 1.50 gph
PeerlessOil Fired BoilerOilWater Series EC/ECT-05- 1.75 gph
PeerlessOil Fired BoilerOilWater Series EC/ECT-05- 2.00 gph
PeerlessOil Fired BoilerOilWater Series WBV-03-.60 gph
PeerlessOil Fired BoilerOilWater Series WBV-04-.95 gph
PeerlessOil Fired BoilerOilWater Series WV-DV-03 WPC-.75gph
PeerlessOil Fired BoilerOilWater Series WV-DV-03 WPCT-.75gph
PeerlessOil Fired BoilerOilWater Series WV-DV-03-WPC-.85gph
PeerlessOil Fired BoilerOilWater Series WV-DV-03-WPCT-.85gph
QuietsideQVM-9GasWater QVM9-090/125/150
QuietsideQVM8-OLOilWater QVM8-085/120/150 OL
BIASI, SpABIASI SG Water SG2-SG6
BIASI, SpANECA/ VEGA Water B14-B18
Slant/Fin CorporationConcept 21   CB-45, CB-90, CB-135, CB-180
Slant/Fin CorporationLiberty   L-30H, L-40H, L-50H
Slant/Fin CorporationProdigy 21 Boilers   KCS-50, KCS-100
Slant/Fin CorporationVictoryGasWater VSPH-120
Slant/Fin CorporationVictoryGasWater VSPH-150
Slant/Fin CorporationVictoryGasWater VSPH-180
Slant/Fin CorporationVictoryGasWater VSPH-60
Slant/Fin CorporationVictoryGasWater VSPH-90
Slant/Fin CorporationXL-2000   XL-20, XL-30, XL-40, XL-50
Columbia Boiler CompanyWB SeriesOilWater WB 90
Columbia Boiler CompanyWB SeriesOilWater WB 90 DV
Thermo-Dynamics Boiler CompanyCWL Series Water CWL-85, CWL-85 DV
Thermo-Dynamics Boiler CompanyHT SeriesOilWater HT 90
Thermo-Dynamics Boiler CompanyHT SeriesOilWater HT 90 DV
Thermo-Dynamics Boiler CompanyHT Series Water HT-125
Thermo-Dynamics Boiler CompanyHT Series Water HT-165
Thermo-Dynamics Boiler CompanyHT Series Water HT-175
Thermo-Dynamics Boiler CompanyLM Series Water LM-75 and LM-125
Thermo-Dynamics Boiler CompanyLMD Series Water LMD-75
Thermo-Dynamics Boiler CompanyLV and LVD Series Water LV 75, LVD 75, LV 125
Thermo-Dynamics Boiler CompanyWB Series Water WB 125
Triangle TubeDelta PerformanceGasWater PG PL05-25, 30, 35, 40, 45
Utica BoilersBC-SeriesOilWater BC-3D, BC-4D
Utica BoilersStar Fire III SeriesOilWater SFH 365W, 4100W, 5125W, 6150W
Utica BoilersUSC-SeriesGasWater USC-3, 4, 5
ViessmannVitodens 200OilWater WB26-24 through WB215-60
ViessmannVitogas 100GasWater GS1-22 through GS1-60
ViessmannVitola 200OilWater VB2-18 through VB2-63
ViessmannVitorond 200OilWater VR2-18 through VR2-63
Waterpik9600CBGasWater CB-175
Waterpik9600CBGasWater CB-200
Waterpik9600CBGasWater CB-250
WaterpikEnduranceGasWater E(B)(D)(N)(P) – 110
WaterpikEnduranceGasWater E(B)(D)(N)(P) – 175
WaterpikHorizonOilWater HC145
WaterpikHorizonOilWater HC175
WaterpikHorizonOilWater HC205
WaterpikMaxOilWater (D)Max 100
WaterpikMaxOilWater (D)Max 120
WaterpikMaxOilWater (D)Max 140
WaterpikMaxOilWater (D)Max 165
WaterpikMaxOilWater (D)Max 75
WaterpikMini ThermGasWater CB-150
WaterpikMini ThermGasWater JVS050PD
WaterpikMini ThermGasWater JVS075PD
WaterpikMini ThermGasWater JVS100PD
WaterpikSummitGasWater SMB – 200/250
Weil-McLainGold Gas BoilersGasWater Model GV 3-6
Weil-McLainGold Oil BoilersOilWater Model WGO-2 through GO-7, WTGO-3 through WTGO-7
Weil-McLainWall-Mounted High-Efficiency Gas BoilersGasWater Model AHE-45 and AHE-60

Ceiling Fans

Ceiling fans that have earned the ENERGY STAR move air up to 20% more efficiently than standard ceiling fans. This can save you from $15-25 per year on utility bills, plus any additional air conditioning or heating savings you may gain when your fan is operated properly. 

Earning the ENERGY STAR

While ENERGY STAR qualified ceiling fans use improved motors and blade designs, you can dramatically increase your savings with ENERGY STAR qualified lighting. If your fan doesn’t include lighting, be sure to purchase an ENERGY STAR qualified light kit. This lighting is efficient and long lasting, so you won’t have to make frequent bulb changes.

Remember, saving energy prevents pollution.
To save energy while using a ceiling fan, whether with a standard or an ENERGY STAR model, (use the following tips):

  • Ceiling Fan Installation and Usage Tips

Want to improve your heating and cooling performance at home? ENERGY STAR can help you improve your home.

What Else Should I Look for When Shopping for Ceiling Fans?

In addition to the ENERGY STAR label there are a number of other items to consider when purchasing and installing a new ceiling fan.

Ceiling Fan Basics 

  • Choosing the Right Size
  • Choosing the Appropriate Mounting System
  • Ceiling Fans Rated for Wet/Damp Locations
  • Ceiling Fan Performance: Components that Count
  • Ceiling Fan Accessories and Purchasing Choices
  • Other Helpful Links

Ceiling Fan Basics

Choosing the Right Size
Ceiling fan blade spans range from 29 to 54 inches – the most popular being the 52-inch model. To determine which size you need, measure the room where the ceiling fan will be installed and follow these guidelines:

Room DimensionsSuggested Fan Size
Up to 75 ft229 – 36″
76 – 144 ft236 – 42″
144 – 225 ft244″
225 – 400 ft250 – 54″

* Reference: American Lighting Association, 2003

Choosing the Appropriate Mounting System
Ceiling fans should be installed, or mounted, in the middle of the room and at least 7 feet above the floor and 18 inches from the walls. If ceiling height allows, install the fan 8 – 9 feet above the floor for optimal airflow. 

  • Standard mounts come with a 3 – 5 inch downrod, which is the metal pipe that extends from the ceiling bracket to the top of the fan. Downrods are usually either 1/2 or 3/4-inch in diameter.
  • Extended mounts can be used to hang the ceiling fan at the desired 8- 9-feet from the floor for tall ceiling heights. Downrods can be purchased from 6 inches (9 ft ceiling) to 120 inches (20 ft ceiling). Check with the manufacturer or sales associate to determine the right downrod length for you.
  • Flush mounts anchor the fan directly against the ceiling. Most standard fans can be installed as a flush mount however, many manufacturers sell “hugger” or “low profile” ceiling fans that are specifically designed for this purpose. Hugger fans are ideal for rooms that have ceilings under 8 feet in height or in situations where a fan with optional light would hang down too low. Hugger fans will not move as much air as a regular fan because the blades are closer to the ceiling.
  • Sloped mounts are used for angled or vaulted ceilings.

See Ceiling Fan Installation and Usage Tips for more information about mounting the ceiling fan.

Wet/Damp Rating. Placing a ceiling fan in a bathroom or other humid locations? Purchase a fan that has been UL listed with a “damp” rating. For fans that may come in direct contact with water, like on a patio or front porch, look for a UL “wet” rating. These fans include features such as sealed/moisture resistant motors, rust resistant housing, stainless steel hardware, and all weather blades.

Performance: Components that Count

No one component defines the performance of the fan; rather it is the combination of all of these components that affects how well a fan works. Motor: Basically, there are two types of ceiling fan motors: those with sealed and lubricated ball bearings and those with bearings that rotate in an oil bath. Lubrication provides smooth operation and contributes to the longevity of the motor. Motors with sealed bearings require little or no maintenance whereas motors with oil baths need occasional service, such as adding oil.

Motor Grade:  Performance Grade fans – Use larger and more powerful motors that are designed for continuous use and quiet operation. These are usually the most expensive models
Medium Grade fans are suitable for operating 12 hours or less per day.
Moderate or Economy Grade fans work best in a room with 8-foot ceilings, running no more than 8 hours a day. Least are the most inexpensive ceiling fans

Motor Housing: The housing is the decorative body of the fan that encloses the fan motor. Fans that use heavier materials, such as die cast metals, for housing tend to vibrate less, provide more stability for longer downrods, and provide a good surface for high quality finishes.

Other features that ensure longevity and quiet operation include heavy-duty windings, precision engineering bearings, and shock-absorbent internal components. These features are commonly found in more expensive ceiling fan models.

Blade
Pitch is the angle of the fan’s blades, and it’s measured in degrees. Higher blade pitches usually move more air, which is given in cubic feet per minute, or CFM. However, blade pitch alone does not determine air movement. Other factors such as the motor design and speed, as well as blade design, material, number, and length can contribute to the amount of air movement. Higher pitch is NOT always better – some models offer a higher blade pitch to compensate for a smaller, less efficient motor.

Blades should be sealed from moisture to prevent warping, bubbling, or peeling. Some manufacturers offer special coatings on metal finishes to prevent scratches or tarnishing.

High quality blades are weighed and balanced prior to shipment and come in factory-matched sets. For this reason, they cannot be switched out with other fans. For flexibility in design, a number of manufacturers offer a variety of blade styles and finishes for a particular fan. However, changing the blade style could affect the performance of the fan.

Controls: Most residential ceiling fans (and all ENERGY STAR qualified fans) feature the ability to reverse the motor and airflow direction, allowing you to operate the fan year-round. This control is usually found on the fan’s switch housing.

Ceiling Fan Installation and Usage Tips

Ceiling fan performance and energy savings rely heavily on the proper installation and use of the ceiling fan. Here are a few tips to ensure quality and product performance. Note: consumers should read and understand manufacturer instructions before attempting to install a ceiling fan. Choosing the Appropriate UL-Rated Electrical Box. Make sure that you use the appropriate UL-listed metal box, marked “For Use With Ceiling Fans.” This outlet box is mounted above the ceiling and also is the point where the fan is attached. This box houses all wiring needed to operate and connect the ceiling fan. If you are replacing a ceiling fixture, most likely you will need to replace the electrical box.

Mounting the Ceiling Fan. If possible, the ceiling fan should be anchored to a ceiling joist. In the case that the joist is not located in the center of the room, a special ceiling fan mounting bracket with spiked ends should be installed between joists. Keep in mind that ceiling fans can weigh as much as 50 pounds! For tips on installing a ceiling fan, click on the file below.

Balancing a Wobbly Fan. All fan blades should be balanced prior to shipment; however, if the fan is wobbly after installation, there are ways to fix it. First, make sure that all connections are properly aligned and tightly fastened. Check the alignment of the blades by holding a yardstick vertically along the edges; you may be able to gently bend a misaligned blade holder back into proper place. If all blades are aligned, a balancing kit can then be used to pinpoint the culprit. These kits are either provided within product packaging (e.g., balancing clips and blade weights) or can be sent by the manufacturer free of charge.

Turn Off When not in the Room. Ceiling fans cool people, not rooms. If the room is unoccupied, turn off the ceiling fan to save energy.

Using the Ceiling Fan Year Round. In the summer, use the ceiling fan in the counter-clockwise direction. The airflow produced by the ceiling fan creates a wind-chill effect, making you “feel” cooler. In the winter, reverse the motor and operate the ceiling fan at low speed in the clockwise direction. This produces a gentle updraft, which forces warm air near the ceiling down into the occupied space. Remember to adjust your thermostat when using your ceiling fan – additional energy and dollar savings could be realized with this simple step!

Ceiling Fan Accessories and Purchasing Choices

  • Light Kits: There are many choices of ceiling fan light kits.
    • Branched, or stemmed, light kits usually come with 3 or 4 “arms” and can either point up toward the ceiling fan or down toward the floor. 
    • Bowl light kits can either be directly attached to the ceiling fan housing (i.e., integral), or attached below the fan. Bowl and shade designs range from clear to alabaster, crystal, or tiffany – the fancier the glass design, the more expensive. Nearly all ENERGY STAR qualified ceiling fan light fixtures use bowl lighting. 
    • Uplight designs are also becoming more popular. where the light kit sits on top of the housing and point up toward the ceiling, casting a softer light throughout the room
  • Ceiling fan light kits can be purchased three different ways: (1) integrated into the fan, (2) included with the fan at the time of purchase, or (3) sold separately. Many of the light kits that are sold separately are “universal,” meaning that they can be used on a number of different fan models. Similarly, most ceiling fans are light kit adaptable. However, there are many cases where compatibility is only between light kits and ceiling fans under the same brand. Information regarding light kit/ceiling fan compatibility should be found on the product packaging.
  • Remote and Wall Controls: Standard controls for the ceiling fan motor include a pull chain attached to the housing (two if lighting is included), and a motor reversing switch on the lower, or switch, housing. However, many manufacturers offer remote or wall controls either sold with the model or as an accessory. Most ceiling fans have a 3-speed switch in the housing and as such, most ceiling fan wall controls complement this set-up. When choosing a wall control for a fan/light combination, make sure to choose one that operates each function separately and can operate the fan at 3 or 4 distinct speeds. Using a conventional dimmer switch to run the fan could cause the ceiling fan motor to hum. When you choose an ENERGY STAR qualified fan with lighting or an ENERGY STAR qualified light kit, and you wish to use it with a dimmer, make sure the packaging indicates that the lighting is dimmable. 
  • Be sure to look for controls that match up with your ceiling fan: maximum amps, number of speeds, total lamp wattage, and brand. Some of the remote and wall controls work with a number of different ceiling fan brands; however, there are some remotes that should only be used with specific brands. Check with the sales associate and/or the product packaging if purchasing the controls separately.

Purchasing Choices
Ceiling fans are sold in many different distribution channels: lighting and builder showrooms, national retail chains, hardware stores, and electrical distributors. Showrooms offer consumers many different brands, finishes, blade types, and light kit options. Here, each consumer may essentially design his or her own fan. Retail chains and hardware stores usually offer a number of different choices in completed fans, with or without lighting, and light kits. 

Fans With Lights

Efficiency (CFM/Watt)
Product TypeManufacturer NameBrand NameModel NameModel NumberRetailer/SKU NumberLowMediumHighType of LightingTotal Input (Watts)Motor Warranty (years)Components Warranty (years)Date Available on Market
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsHunter Fan CompanyHunter Fan Company52″ Clarrilon 21241 16311375Circline22LifetimeAll components except glass – 115-Aug-02
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsHunter Fan CompanyHunter Fan Company52″ Sonora – Brushed Nickel 21431 15510875Circline22LifetimeAll components except glass – 11-Oct-03
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsHunter Fan CompanyHunter Fan Company52″ Sonora – French Vanilla 21432 15510875Circline22LifetimeAll components except glass – 11-Oct-03
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsHunter Fan CompanyHunter Fan CompanyChantilly 23547 15710876CR29.5Lifetime1 year – glass, blade switch (other parts included in general fan warranty)1-Mar-04
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsHunter Fan CompanyHunter Fan CompanyGrand Isle 23780 15610976CR29.13011-Nov-03
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsHunter Fan CompanyHunter Fan CompanyOceanus, Graphite 23534106312208157106Circline22.1Lifetime1 year1-Feb-03
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsHunter Fan CompanyHunter Fan CompanyPalermo – Brushed Nickel 21617 15611176Circline22.15011-Nov-02
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsKing of FansHampton Bay54″ Callaway 54CHROL 177144113CFL14.33Lifetime2 years1-Mar-04
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsKing of FansHampton BayWindward (Br. Steel) 55295Home Depot: 523-127161.07136.7106.3Circline28.6LifetimeElectrical components – 21-May-03
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsKing of FansHampton BayWindward (White. Steel) 55296Home Depot: 523-342161.07136.7106.3Circline28.6LifetimeElectrical components – 21-May-03
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsSea Gull Lighting Products IncorporatedSea Gull Lighting  1575BLE-07 160.48132.4893.73CR38.43011-Nov-03
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsSea Gull Lighting Products IncorporatedSea Gull Lighting  1575BLE-15 160.48132.4893.73CR38.43011-Nov-03
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsSea Gull Lighting Products IncorporatedSea Gull Lighting  1590BLE-15 166.06123.3690.69Circline38.4LifetimeFan components (except bulbs): 1 year warranty1-Oct-03
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsSea Gull Lighting Products IncorporatedSea Gull Lighting  1590BLE-71 166.06123.3690.69Circline38.4LifetimeFan components (except bulbs): 1 year warranty1-Oct-03
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsSea Gull Lighting Products IncorporatedSea Gull Lighting  1590BLE-802 166.06123.3690.69Circline38.4LifetimeFan components (except bulbs): 1 year warranty1-Oct-03
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsSea Gull Lighting Products IncorporatedSea Gull Lighting  1590BLE-962 166.06123.3690.69Circline38.4LifetimeFan components (except bulbs): 1 year warranty1-Oct-03
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsWestinghouse Lighting CorporationWestinghouseAdvantage Plus ES 72086 151.65125.6288.37Circline36.4LifetimeAll components except glass – 11-Apr-02
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsWestinghouse Lighting CorporationWestinghouseItalia ES 72089 148.51121.4988.44Circline36.4LifetimeAll components except glass – 1Light Kit – 51-Apr-02
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsWestinghouse Lighting CorporationWestinghouseJewel ES 72090 158.35121.8984.69Circline36.4LifetimeAll components except glass – 1Light Kit – 51-Apr-02
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsWestinghouse Lighting CorporationWestinghouseSavona ES 72087 148.77122.4488.22Circline36.4LifetimeAll components except glass – 11-Apr-02
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsWestinghouse Lighting CorporationWestinghouseVienna ES 72088 153.6121.2586.62Circline36.4LifetimeAll components except glass – 1Light Kit – 51-Apr-02

Ceiling Fans Without Lights

Efficiency (CFM/Watt)
Product TypeManufacturer NameBrand Name Model NameModel NumberRetailer/SKU NumberLow MediumHighMotor Warranty (years)Components Warranty (Years)Date Available on Market
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsAmerican-De Rosa LampartsHome AIR CF52242-10 16411682LifetimeAll other components – 121-Oct-02
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsAmerican-De Rosa LampartsHome AIR CF52242-19 16411682LifetimeAll other components – 121-Oct-02
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsAmerican-De Rosa LampartsHome AIR CF52242-30 16411682LifetimeAll other components – 121-Oct-02
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsAmerican-De Rosa LampartsHome AIR CF52242-53 16411682LifetimeAll other components – 121-Oct-02
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsAmerican-De Rosa LampartsHome AIR CF52242-66 16411682LifetimeAll other components – 121-Oct-02
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsAmerican-De Rosa LampartsHome AIR CF52242-90 16411682LifetimeAll other components – 121-Oct-02
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsAmerican-De Rosa LampartsRIO 631100 15211383LifetimeAll other components – 121-Oct-02
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsAmerican-De Rosa LampartsRIO 631105 15211383LifetimeAll other components – 121-Oct-02
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsAmerican-De Rosa LampartsRIO 631110 15211383LifetimeAll other components – 121-Oct-02
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsAmerican-De Rosa LampartsRIO 631115 15211383LifetimeAll other components – 121-Oct-02
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsAmerican-De Rosa LampartsRIO 2 631150 17611479LifetimeAll other components – 121-Oct-02
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsAmerican-De Rosa LampartsRIO 2 631155 17611479LifetimeAll other components – 121-Oct-02
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsAmerican-De Rosa LampartsRIO 2 631185 17611479LifetimeAll other components – 121-Oct-02
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsAmerican-De Rosa LampartsTropical 52242-10/ 30/ 53/ 66 164.66116.482.595011-Dec-02
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsLighting One/Pacific BreezeOutdoor CL52262-30 149.08107.3277.89Limited Lifetime1 year1-Apr-03
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsLighting One/Pacific BreezeOutdoor CL52262-53 149.08107.3277.89Limited Lifetime1 year1-Apr-03
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsLighting One/Pacific BreezeOutdoor CL52262-66 149.08107.3277.89Limited Lifetime1 year1-Apr-03
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsLighting One/Pacific BreezeTropical Breeze CL52242-19 164.66116.482.59LifetimeAll other components – 11-Mar-03
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsLighting One/Pacific BreezeTropical Breeze CL52242-53 164.66116.482.59LifetimeAll other components – 11-Mar-03
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsLighting One/Pacific BreezeWindjammer CL54272-32 149.91106.7877.79Lifetime1 year1-Apr-03
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsLighting One/Pacific BreezeWindjammer CL54272-53 149.91106.7877.79Lifetime1 year1-Apr-03
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsLighting One/Pacific BreezeWindjammer CL54272-66 149.91106.7877.79Lifetime1 year1-Apr-03
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsSunset Lighting and FansHome Air CF52242-32 164.66116.482.59LifetimeAll other components – 11-Mar-03
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsSunset Lighting and FansHome Air/EX CF54272-30 149.91106.7877.79Lifetime1 year1-Apr-03
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsSunset Lighting and FansHome Air/EX CF54272-32 149.91106.7877.79Lifetime1 year1-Apr-03
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsSunset Lighting and FansHome Air/EX CF54272-53 149.91106.7877.79Lifetime1 year1-Apr-03
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsSunset Lighting and FansHome Air/EX CF54272-66 149.91106.7877.79Lifetime1 year1-Apr-03
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsSunset Lighting and FansHome Air/Outdoor CF52262-30 149.08107.3277.89Limited Lifetime1 year1-Apr-03
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsSunset Lighting and FansHome Air/Outdoor CF52262-53 149.08107.3277.89Limited Lifetime1 year1-Apr-03
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsSunset Lighting and FansHome Air/Outdoor CF52262-66 149.08107.3277.89Limited Lifetime1 year1-Apr-03
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsSunset Lighting and FansHome Air/Quick Connect CF52252-10 147.39105.0780.6Limited Lifetime1 year1-Apr-03
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Dishwashers

Replacing a dishwasher manufactured before 1994 with an ENERGY STAR qualified dishwasher can save you more than $25 a year in energy costs. 

Earning the ENERGY STAR means a product meets strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the US Environmental Protection Agency and the US Department of Energy.

  • ENERGY STAR qualified dishwashers use 25% less energy than the federal minimum standard for energy consumption.
  • Because they use less hot water compared to conventional models, an ENERGY STAR qualified dishwasher saves about $100 over its lifetime.

Remember, saving energy prevents pollution. By choosing ENERGY STAR, you are helping prevent global warming and promote cleaner air without sacrificing the product quality and performance you expect.

You may also be interested to know that you can save extra energy while washing dishes, whether with a standard or an ENERGY STAR model:

  • Run your dishwasher with a full load. Most of the energy used by a dishwasher goes to heat water. Since you can’t decrease the amount of water used per cycle, fill your dishwasher to get the most from the energy used to run it.
  • Avoid using the heat-dry, rinse-hold and pre-rinse features. Instead use your dishwasher’s air-dry option. If your dishwasher does not have an air-dry option, prop the door open after the final rinse to dry the dishes.

Purchasing Tips

  • Choose the right size for your home. Standard capacity models hold more than 8 places settings and 6 serving pieces. Compact capacity models hold 8 place settings and six serving pieces or less. If you have to operate a compact model more frequently, you may actually use more energy than you would with a standard model over time.
  • Choose a dishwasher with several wash cycle selections. If your dishes are only slightly soiled, you can use a light or energy-saving wash cycle, which uses less water and operates for a shorter period of time.
  • Check the yellow EnergyGuide label. The EnergyGuide label indicates how much energy the model uses, compares the energy use of similar models, and approximates annual operating costs.

Dishwashers Information Resources

Scope:
Database includes qualified models from most appliance manufacturers. 

Search criteria include:

  1. Brand
  2. Model number

Resulting list provides the following information that can be sorted:

  1. Brand
  2. Model Number
  3. Annual Energy Consumption (kWh/year)
  4. Applicable federal standard
  5. Energy Factor
  6. Percent more efficient than federal standard

Original Data Source: The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) obtains data from the Federal Trade Commission or from manufacturers. 

Update Frequency: Updated as manufacturers report new information. 

Information Source: California Energy Commission database file

How to Access: Downloadable via an on-line bulletin board service by dialing 916 654-4069. 

A “Read Me” file describes all of the information available and gives instructions for downloading and use of the database files, including file decompression procedures. The fields in each database are described in a separate text file. Three-letter codes for Manufacturer names and Brand names, for all product types together, are listed in alphabetical order in two separate text files containing approximately 1,500 names and codes. 

To make a special request for a printed list, contact:
Appliance Certification Program
California Energy Commission
916 654-5106
916 654-4304 (fax)
Email: [email protected] 

Scope: File contains washing and cooking appliances in a single file (available in DBF, comma-delimited, or ASCII format). 

Contains over 400 models from among more than 25 brands that meet minimum federal and California standards. Includes compact and standard sizes. 

Information fields include:

  1. Manufacturer code
  2. Brand code 
  3. Type code 
  4. Energy Factor

Original Data Source: Data obtained by the Commission from the Federal Trade Commission or provided directly to the Commission by manufacturers. 

Update Frequency: Monthly 

Information Souce: American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy’s (ACEEE) Listings of the Most Efficient Appliances

How to Access: Listings are also printed in ACEEE’s Consumer Guide to Home Energy Savings, 6th ed. 1998, available in bookstores or directly from ACEEE. Orders may be placed by phone, fax, or email. 

Contact:
Publications Manager
American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy
202 429-0063
202 429-0193 (fax)
Email: ace3p[email protected] 

Cost:
1-25 copies: $8.95 each
26-99 copies: $6.36 each
100-499 copies: $4.77 each
500-999 copies: $3.98 each 

Scope: 

Listing includes 36 models from among 13 brands that have efficiencies at least 20 percent better than federal standards. 

Information fields include:

  1. Brand
  2. Model number
  3. Energy use (kWh/yr)
  4. Annual energy cost

Models are listed in order of ascending estimated annual energy use. 

Original Data Source: Obtained by ACEEE from the Federal Trade Commission, from individual manufacturers, and from other public sources. 

Update Frequency: Annually 

Brand Model kWh/year Energy Factor (EF) Federal Standard (EF) Percent Better Active Active Date
Admiral DWD1500 346 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 10/15/2004
Adora GHDA960K 362 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 8/19/2004
Adora GHDA980K 362 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 8/19/2004
Adora GHDA986K 362 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 8/19/2004
Amana ADB1200 346 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 7/21/2003
Amana ADB2200 346 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 7/21/2003
Amana ADW862 413 0.64 0.46 0.39 No 10/19/2001
Americana ADW1000K 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 8/19/2004
Ariston L63* 270 0.8 0.46 0.74 Yes 8/4/2004
Ariston LI640* 270 0.8 0.46 0.74 Yes 8/4/2004
Ariston LI670* 270 0.8 0.46 0.74 Yes 8/4/2004
Ariston LI700* 270 0.8 0.46 0.74 Yes 8/4/2004
Ariston LL64* 270 0.8 0.46 0.74 Yes 8/4/2004
Ariston LL65* 270 0.8 0.46 0.74 Yes 8/4/2004
Asko D1706 299 0.72 0.46 0.56 No 12/18/2000
Asko D1716 278 0.77 0.46 0.68 No 11/7/2000
Asko D1776 265 0.81 0.46 0.76 No 11/7/2000
Asko D1796 262 0.82 0.46 0.79 No 11/7/2000
Asko D1876 261 0.82 0.46 0.79 No 11/7/2000
Asko D1976 254 0.85 0.46 0.84 No 11/7/2000
Asko D1996 275 0.78 0.46 0.7 No 11/7/2000
Asko D3120 252 0.85 0.46 0.85 No 5/27/2003
Asko D3121XL 278 0.77 0.46 0.67 Yes 8/9/2004
Asko D32121 278 0.77 0.46 0.67 Yes 8/9/2004
Asko D3250 232 0.93 0.46 1.02 No 5/27/2003
Asko D3251FI 231 0.93 0.46 1.02 Yes 8/9/2004
Asko D3251FIXL 231 0.93 0.46 1.02 Yes 8/9/2004
Asko D3251HD 231 0.93 0.46 1.02 Yes 8/9/2004
Asko D3251HDXL 231 0.93 0.46 1.02 Yes 8/9/2004
Asko D3331XL 242 0.89 0.46 0.93 Yes 8/9/2004
Asko D3350 232 0.93 0.46 1.02 No 5/27/2003
Asko D3450 232 0.93 0.46 1.02 No 5/27/2003
Asko D3451XL 231 0.93 0.46 1.02 Yes 8/9/2004
Asko D3530 181 1.19 0.46 1.59 No 5/27/2003
Asko D3531FIXL 194 1.11 0.46 1.41 Yes 8/9/2004
Asko D3531HDXL 194 1.11 0.46 1.41 Yes 8/9/2004
Bosch SHI 4302 UC 365 0.59 0.46 0.28 No 6/1/1997
Bosch SHI 4306 UC 365 0.59 0.46 0.28 No 6/1/1997
Bosch SHI66A05UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHU 3302 UC 357 0.6 0.46 0.31 No 7/21/1999
Bosch SHU 3305 UC 357 0.6 0.46 0.31 No 7/21/1999
Bosch SHU 3306 UC 357 0.6 0.46 0.31 No 7/21/1999
Bosch SHU 3307 UC 357 0.6 0.46 0.31 No 12/29/2000
Bosch SHU 3322 UC 357 0.6 0.46 0.31 No 7/21/1999
Bosch SHU 3326 UC 357 0.6 0.46 0.31 No 7/21/1999
Bosch SHU 3336 UC 357 0.6 0.46 0.31 No 4/17/2000
Bosch SHU 4322 UC 357 0.6 0.46 0.31 No 12/29/2000
Bosch SHU 4326 UC 357 0.6 0.46 0.31 No 12/29/2000
Bosch SHU 5302 UC 357 0.6 0.46 0.31 No 6/1/1997
Bosch SHU 5304 UC 357 0.6 0.46 0.31 No 6/1/1997
Bosch SHU 5305 UC 357 0.6 0.46 0.31 No 8/4/1999
Bosch SHU 5306 UC 357 0.6 0.46 0.31 No 6/1/1997
Bosch SHU 5307 UC 357 0.6 0.46 0.31 No 1/31/2001
Bosch SHU 5312 UC 357 0.6 0.46 0.31 No 6/1/1997
Bosch SHU 5314 UC 357 0.6 0.46 0.31 No 6/1/1997
Bosch SHU 5315 UC 357 0.6 0.46 0.31 No 6/1/1997
Bosch SHU 5316 UC 357 0.6 0.46 0.31 No 6/1/1997
Bosch SHU 5317 UC 357 0.6 0.46 0.31 No 12/29/2000
Bosch SHU 6802 UC 347 0.62 0.46 0.35 No 6/1/1997
Bosch SHU 6805 UC 347 0.62 0.46 0.35 No 6/1/1997
Bosch SHU 6806 UC 347 0.62 0.46 0.35 No 6/1/1997
Bosch SHU 9922 UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 No 12/29/2000
Bosch SHU 9925 UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 No 12/29/2000
Bosch SHU 9926 UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 No 12/29/2000
Bosch SHU33A02UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHU33A05UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 8/4/2004
Bosch SHU33A06UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHU42L02UC 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 8/5/2004
Bosch SHU42L05UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 8/5/2004
Bosch SHU42L06UC 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 8/5/2004
Bosch SHU43C02UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHU43C05UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHU43C06UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHU43C07UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHU43E02UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHU43E06UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHU43E07UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHU53A02UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHU53A05UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHU53A06UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHU53E02UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHU53E05UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHU53E06UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHU66C02UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHU66C05UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHU66C06UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHU66C07UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHU66E02UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHU66E05UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHU66E06UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHU66E07UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHU8802UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 No 5/31/2001
Bosch SHU8805UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 No 5/31/2001
Bosch SHU8806UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 No 5/31/2001
Bosch SHU8812UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 No 5/31/2001
Bosch SHU8815UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 No 5/31/2001
Bosch SHU8816UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 No 5/31/2001
Bosch SHU9912UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 No 6/22/2000
Bosch SHU9915UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 No 2/14/2001
Bosch SHU9916UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 No 2/14/2001
Bosch SHU9952UC 347 0.62 0.46 0.35 No 5/31/2001
Bosch SHU9955UC 347 0.62 0.46 0.35 No 5/31/2001
Bosch SHU9956UC 347 0.62 0.46 0.35 No 5/31/2001
Bosch SHV4303UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 No 3/19/1998
Bosch SHV46C03UC 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHV66A03UC 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHV6803UC 347 0.62 0.46 0.35 No 5/31/2001
Bosch SHV99A03UC 345 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHV99A13UC 345 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 8/5/2004
Bosch SHX33A02UC 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHX33A05UC 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHX33A06UC 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHX36L02UC 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 8/5/2004
Bosch SHX36L05UC 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 8/5/2004
Bosch SHX36L06UC 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 8/5/2004
Bosch SHX43E02UC 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHX43E05UC 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHX43E06UC 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHX46A02UC 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHX46A05UC 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHX46A06UC 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHX46A07UC 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHX46B02UC 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHX46B05UC 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHX46B06UC 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHX46B07UC 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHX46L02UC 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 8/5/2004
Bosch SHX46L05UC 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 8/5/2004
Bosch SHX46L06UC 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 8/5/2004
Bosch SHX56B02UC 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHX56B05UC 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHX56B06UC 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHX99A15UC 345 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 8/5/2004
Bosch SHX99B05UC 345 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHX99B06UC 345 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHY56A02UC 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHY56A05UC 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHY56A06UC 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHY66C02UC 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHY66C05UC 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHY66C06UC 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHY99A02UC 345 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHY99A05UC 345 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 11/20/2002
Bosch SHY99A06UC 345 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 11/20/2002
Crosley CDBE566A 328 0.65 0.46 0.41 Yes 12/11/2003
Dacor EDW24SBK 267 0.81 0.46 0.76 Yes 7/30/2003
Dacor EDW24SBR 267 0.81 0.46 0.76 Yes 7/30/2003
Dacor EDW24SCH 267 0.81 0.46 0.76 Yes 7/30/2003
Dacor EDW24SCP 267 0.81 0.46 0.76 Yes 7/30/2003
Dacor EDW30SBK 363 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 7/30/2003
Dacor EDW30SBR 363 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 7/30/2003
Dacor EDW30SCH 363 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 7/30/2003
Dacor EDW30SCP 363 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 7/30/2003
Dacor IDW24 267 0.81 0.46 0.76 Yes 7/30/2003
Dacor IDW30 363 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 7/30/2003
Danby Designer DDW1802W 301 0.71 0.46 0.54 Yes 6/17/2003
Danby Designer DDW1805W 301 0.71 0.46 0.54 Yes 6/17/2003
Electrolux EDW5500DSS0 256 0.69 0.46 0.5 Yes 10/17/2003
Equator BB 65 354 0.61 0.46 0.32 No 10/17/2003
Equator BB 72 354 0.61 0.46 0.32 No 3/2/2001
Equator BB-55 317 0.68 0.46 0.47 No 1/29/1999
Equator BI-55 317 0.68 0.46 0.47 No 1/29/1999
Equator FI 924 330 0.65 0.46 0.41 Yes 6/17/2004
Equator PLS600 166 1.29 0.46 1.81 No 5/3/2001
Equator PLS600NF 166 1.29 0.46 1.81 No 5/3/2001
Equator PLS600NFV 166 1.29 0.46 1.81 No 6/24/2002
Equator PLS600V 166 1.29 0.46 1.81 No 6/24/2002
Equator PLS602NF 166 1.29 0.46 1.81 No 5/3/2001
Equator PLS602NFV 166 1.29 0.46 1.81 No 6/24/2002
Equator PLS602S 166 1.29 0.46 1.81 No 5/3/2001
Equator PLS602SV 166 1.29 0.46 1.81 No 6/24/2002
Equator SB 65 354 0.61 0.46 0.32 No 10/17/2003
Equator SB 72 354 0.61 0.46 0.32 No 3/2/2001
Equator SB 924 330 0.65 0.46 0.41 Yes 6/17/2004
Equator SB-55 316 0.68 0.46 0.48 No 1/29/1999
Equator SD 818 340 0.63 0.46 0.37 Yes 6/17/2004
Equator SI-55 316 0.68 0.46 0.48 No 1/29/1999
Equator WB 65 354 0.61 0.46 0.32 No 10/17/2003
Equator WB 72 354 0.61 0.46 0.32 No 3/2/2001
Equator WB 818 340 0.63 0.46 0.37 Yes 6/17/2004
Equator WB 924 330 0.65 0.46 0.41 Yes 6/17/2004
Equator WB-55 316 0.68 0.46 0.48 No 1/29/1999
Equator WBR 72 354 0.61 0.46 0.32 No 3/2/2001
Equator WI-55 316 0.68 0.46 0.48 No 1/29/1999
Estate TUD4700M 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 2/19/2003
Estate TUD5700M 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 2/19/2003
Estate TUD6700 369 0.58 0.46 0.27 No 4/16/2002
Estate TUD6700K 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 8/2/2004
Estate TUD6900 365 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 12/13/2004
Eterna EDW1500J 357 0.6 0.46 0.3 Yes 8/19/2004
Eterna EDW3000G 384 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 8/19/2004
Eterna EDW4000G 362 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 8/19/2004
Eterna EDW4060G 362 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 8/19/2004
Eurotech EDW132C 349 0.62 0.46 0.34 No 1/29/2003
Eurotech EDW154E 300 0.72 0.46 0.56 No 1/29/2003
Eurotech EDW174E 289 0.74 0.46 0.62 No 1/29/2003
Eurotech EDW194E 326 0.66 0.46 0.43 No 1/29/2003
Eurotech EDW242C 290 0.74 0.46 0.61 Yes 8/9/2004
Eurotech EDW254E 290 0.74 0.46 0.61 Yes 8/9/2004
Eurotech EDW274E 290 0.74 0.46 0.61 Yes 8/9/2004
Eurotech EDW294E 290 0.74 0.46 0.61 Yes 8/9/2004
Fisher & Paykel DD602-USA 363 0.59 0.46 0.29 No 6/1/1998
Fisher & Paykel DD603-USA 323 0.72 0.46 0.57 Yes 6/12/2001
Frigidaire FDB210LC 336 0.64 0.46 0.39 No 2/13/2003
Frigidaire FDB2110L 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 No 10/16/2003
Frigidaire FDB2310L 368 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 10/6/2003
Frigidaire FDB2310LC 354 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 6/7/2004
Frigidaire FDB2410L 343 0.63 0.46 0.37 Yes 7/9/2004
Frigidaire FDB2510L 354 0.61 0.46 0.33 No 10/6/2003
Frigidaire FDB2810L 329 0.68 0.46 0.48 Yes 7/12/2004
Frigidaire FDB345LB 338 0.64 0.46 0.38 No 3/8/2002
Frigidaire FDB421RF 336 0.64 0.46 0.39 No 5/10/2000
Frigidaire FDB435RF 338 0.64 0.46 0.38 No 5/10/2000
Frigidaire FDB510LC 337 0.64 0.46 0.39 Yes 2/13/2003
Frigidaire FDB635RB 328 0.66 0.46 0.42 No 3/8/2002
Frigidaire FDB641RA 336 0.64 0.46 0.39 No 7/20/2001
Frigidaire FDB658RA 319 0.67 0.46 0.46 No 7/20/2001
Frigidaire FDB710LC 328 0.65 0.46 0.41 Yes 4/21/2003
Frigidaire FDB740RC 337 0.64 0.46 0.39 No 2/13/2003
Frigidaire FDB750RC 328 0.65 0.46 0.41 Yes 4/21/2003
Frigidaire FDB751SC 328 0.65 0.46 0.41 Yes 8/4/2003
Frigidaire FDB780RC 319 0.67 0.46 0.46 Yes 2/13/2003
Frigidaire FDB954SD 357 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 6/28/2004
Frigidaire FDB955SD 357 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 6/28/2004
Frigidaire FDB956RB 353 0.61 0.46 0.32 No 3/8/2002
Frigidaire FDB989RC 368 0.58 0.46 0.27 No 2/13/2003
Frigidaire FDBB1940 343 0.63 0.46 0.37 Yes 7/9/2004
Frigidaire FDBB2840 329 0.68 0.46 0.48 No 7/12/2004
Frigidaire FDBB540D 328 0.65 0.46 0.41 Yes 6/7/2004
Frigidaire FDBB840D 328 0.65 0.46 0.41 Yes 6/28/2004
Frigidaire FDBB944C 354 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 2/13/2003
Frigidaire FDBB945D 354 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 6/7/2004
Frigidaire FDBC45BA 336 0.64 0.46 0.39 No 9/14/2001
Frigidaire FDBC56BA 319 0.67 0.46 0.46 No 9/14/2001
Frigidaire FDBL955B 353 0.61 0.46 0.32 No 3/8/2002
Frigidaire FDBL960 368 0.58 0.46 0.27 No 2/13/2003
Frigidaire FDBS956C 354 0.61 0.46 0.33 No 2/13/2003
Frigidaire FDP635RB 328 0.66 0.46 0.42 No 6/28/2002
Frigidaire FDP635RF 328 0.66 0.46 0.42 No 2/13/2003
Frigidaire FDP641RA 336 0.64 0.46 0.39 No 7/20/2001
Frigidaire FDP750RC 328 0.65 0.46 0.41 Yes 4/21/2003
Frigidaire FDR252RB 315 0.68 0.46 0.48 Yes 7/10/2002
Frigidaire FDS252RB 315 0.68 0.46 0.48 Yes 7/10/2002
Frigidaire GLD2150RC 354 0.61 0.46 0.33 No 10/6/2003
Frigidaire GLD2155R 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 1/15/2004
Frigidaire GLD2155RD 354 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 6/7/2004
Frigidaire GLD2160S 352 0.61 0.46 0.33 No 9/29/2003
Frigidaire GLD2161S 352 0.61 0.46 0.33 No 9/29/2003
Frigidaire GLD2162R 357 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 11/3/2004
Frigidaire GLD2250R 343 0.63 0.46 0.37 Yes 7/9/2004
Frigidaire GLD2350RC 354 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 10/6/2003
Frigidaire GLD2355R 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 No 1/15/2004
Frigidaire GLD2355RD 354 0.61 0.46 0.33 No 6/7/2004
Frigidaire GLD2450R 343 0.63 0.46 0.37 Yes 7/9/2004
Frigidaire GLD2451R 343 0.63 0.46 0.37 No 7/9/2004
Frigidaire GLD2555N 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 No 2/17/2004
Frigidaire GLD2555ND 354 0.61 0.46 0.33 No 6/7/2004
Frigidaire GLD2860R 329 0.68 0.46 0.48 Yes 7/12/2004
Frigidaire GLD3450R 329 0.68 0.46 0.48 Yes 7/12/2004
Frigidaire GLD3451R 329 0.68 0.46 0.48 Yes 7/12/2004
Frigidaire GLDB653A 328 0.66 0.46 0.42 No 7/20/2001
Frigidaire GLDB756A 319 0.67 0.46 0.46 No 7/20/2001
Frigidaire GLDB953C 353 0.61 0.46 0.32 No 8/4/2003
Frigidaire GLDB954B 353 0.61 0.46 0.32 No 8/23/2002
Frigidaire GLDB957A 368 0.58 0.46 0.27 No 7/20/2001
Frigidaire GLDB958A 368 0.58 0.46 0.27 No 7/20/2001
Frigidaire GSB5712B 354 0.61 0.46 0.33 No 6/28/2002
Frigidaire GSB5755D 354 0.61 0.46 0.33 No 6/7/2004
Frigidaire GSB6400N 329 0.68 0.46 0.48 Yes 11/3/2004
Frigidaire MDB122LB 336 0.64 0.46 0.39 No 3/8/2002
Frigidaire PLD2560LC 354 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 2/6/2004
Frigidaire PLD2850R 343 0.63 0.46 0.37 Yes 7/9/2004
Frigidaire PLD2851R 343 0.63 0.46 0.37 Yes 7/9/2004
Frigidaire PLD3460R 329 0.68 0.46 0.48 Yes 7/12/2004
Frigidaire PLD3461R 329 0.68 0.46 0.48 Yes 7/12/2004
Frigidaire PLDB998A 368 0.58 0.46 0.27 No 7/20/2001
Frigidaire PLDB998C 370 0.58 0.46 0.26 No 4/21/2003
Frigidaire PLDB999A 368 0.58 0.46 0.27 No 3/8/2002
Frigidaire PLDB999C 368 0.58 0.46 0.27 No 2/13/2003
Frigidaire PLDS999C 368 0.58 0.46 0.27 No 2/13/2003
Gaggeneau GI214 760 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 8/5/2004
Gaggeneau GI230760 345 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 8/5/2004
Gaggeneau GI240760 345 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 8/5/2004
Gaggeneau GI966-760 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 8/17/2001
Gaggeneau GI976-760 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 6/18/2001
Gaggeneau GM240730 345 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 8/5/2004
Gaggeneau GM266 760 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 8/5/2004
Gaggeneau GM276 760 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 11/20/2002
General Electric EDW4***J 362 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 2/25/2004
General Electric EDW4000G00** 314 0.68 0.46 0.49 No 7/27/2001
General Electric EDW4060G00** 314 0.68 0.46 0.49 No 7/27/2001
General Electric GSC3200J 367 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 5/6/2004
General Electric GSC3400J 361 0.6 0.46 0.3 Yes 5/6/2004
General Electric GSD1900J 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 1/15/2004
General Electric GSD2000J 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 1/15/2004
General Electric GSD2001J 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 8/19/2004
General Electric GSD2200G** 367 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 10/10/2001
General Electric GSD2201G** 367 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 10/10/2001
General Electric GSD2600G** 367 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 10/10/2001
General Electric GSD3200J 358 0.6 0.46 0.3 Yes 8/14/2003
General Electric GSD3600J** 357 0.6 0.46 0.3 Yes 8/14/2003
General Electric GSD3800G 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 10/10/2001
General Electric GSD4000J 358 0.6 0.46 0.3 Yes 11/6/2003
General Electric GSD4060J 358 0.6 0.46 0.3 Yes 11/6/2003
General Electric GSD4100J 358 0.6 0.46 0.3 Yes 11/6/2003
General Electric GSD4160J 358 0.6 0.46 0.3 Yes 11/6/2003
General Electric GSD4200J 358 0.6 0.46 0.3 Yes 11/6/2003
General Electric GSD4260J 357 0.6 0.46 0.3 Yes 11/6/2003
General Electric GSD48**J 372 0.6 0.46 0.3 Yes 1/15/2004
General Electric GSD55**G 384 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 10/10/2001
General Electric GSD56**G 384 0.58 0.46 0.26 No 10/10/2001
General Electric GSD57**G 384 0.58 0.46 0.26 No 9/16/2002
General Electric GSD58**G 384 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 9/16/2002
General Electric GSD59**G 384 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 11/26/2003
General Electric GSD6***G 362 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 7/27/2001
General Electric GSD6***J 362 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 5/27/2003
General Electric GSD6***K 362 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 4/8/2004
General Electric GSM1800J** 239 0.73 0.46 0.59 Yes 9/30/2003
General Electric GSM2100G** 367 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 10/10/2001
General Electric GSS1800H* 318 0.68 0.46 0.47 No 7/9/2002
General Electric GSS1800Z 318 0.68 0.46 0.47 No 9/22/1998
General Electric PDW7***G 362 0.62 0.46 0.35 No 7/27/2001
General Electric PDW8000G** 299 0.72 0.46 0.56 No 11/20/2001
General Electric PDW8060GSS 299 0.72 0.46 0.56 No 11/20/2001
General Electric SSD3900J 357 0.6 0.46 0.3 Yes 1/15/2004
General Electric SSD4***J 362 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 2/25/2004
Gibson GDB742RJ 337 0.64 0.46 0.39 Yes 1/30/2001
Gibson GDB754RC 319 0.67 0.46 0.46 Yes 2/13/2003
Gibson GDB755RJ 319 0.67 0.46 0.46 No 1/30/2001
Haier ESD100 355 0.61 0.46 0.32 Yes 8/12/2002
Haier ESD101 355 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 11/3/2004
Haier ESD102 355 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 11/3/2004
Haier ESD200 334 0.64 0.46 0.4 Yes 8/12/2002
Haier ESD201 334 0.64 0.46 0.39 Yes 11/3/2004
Haier ESD202 334 0.64 0.46 0.39 Yes 11/3/2004
Haier ESD210 334 0.64 0.46 0.39 Yes 11/3/2004
Haier ESD211 334 0.64 0.46 0.39 Yes 11/3/2004
Hotpoint HDA2000G** 373 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 10/10/2001
Hotpoint HDA3400G 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 10/10/2001
Hotpoint HDA3700G** 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 10/10/2001
Hotpoint HDA3740G 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 8/19/2004
Inglis IKU355 (Canada Only) 369 0.58 0.46 0.27 No 5/30/2001
Inglis IKU586 (Canada Only) 369 0.58 0.46 0.27 No 5/30/2001
Jade RJDW2480 352 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 7/28/2004
Jade RJDW2481 352 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 7/28/2004
Jenn-Air JDB1050 352 0.61 0.46 0.33 No 2/7/2003
Jenn-Air JDB1060 346 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 1/12/2004
Jenn-Air JDB1080 346 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 7/28/2004
Jenn-Air JDB1100 352 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 1/12/2004
Jenn-Air JDB1250 352 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 12/13/2004
Jenn-Air JDB2100 352 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 1/12/2004
Jenn-Air JDB2150 352 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 1/12/2004
Jenn-Air JDB4000 346 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 5/17/2002
Jenn-Air JDB8910 413 0.64 0.46 0.39 No 8/13/1999
Jenn-Air JDB9910 413 0.64 0.46 0.39 No 11/17/1999
Julien NDB8630 352 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 7/28/2004
Kenmore 14012 347 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 4/8/2004
Kenmore 14013 347 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 4/8/2004
Kenmore 14014 347 0.62 0.46 0.35 No 4/8/2004
Kenmore 14019 347 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 4/8/2004
Kenmore 14131100 338 0.64 0.46 0.38 No 6/14/2001
Kenmore 14132100 338 0.64 0.46 0.38 No 6/14/2001
Kenmore 14134100 338 0.64 0.46 0.38 No 6/14/2001
Kenmore 14139100 338 0.64 0.46 0.38 No 6/14/2001
Kenmore 14143 347 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 4/5/2004
Kenmore 14144 347 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 4/5/2004
Kenmore 14153 328 0.65 0.46 0.41 Yes 4/5/2004
Kenmore 14154 328 0.65 0.46 0.41 Yes 6/7/2004
Kenmore 14163 319 0.67 0.46 0.46 No 4/5/2004
Kenmore 14202 328 0.65 0.46 0.41 Yes 4/17/2003
Kenmore 14209 328 0.65 0.46 0.41 Yes 4/17/2003
Kenmore 1424* 318 0.68 0.46 0.47 No 6/14/2001
Kenmore 14251100** 367 0.59 0.46 0.28 No 10/10/2001
Kenmore 142521** 367 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 10/10/2001
Kenmore 142541** 367 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 10/10/2001
Kenmore 142591** 367 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 10/10/2001
Kenmore 14302 347 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 2/13/2003
Kenmore 14309 347 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 2/13/2003
Kenmore 1435*3** 374 0.6 0.46 0.3 Yes 1/13/2004
Kenmore 1443 370 0.58 0.46 0.26 No 7/26/2002
Kenmore 14432 370 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 6/7/2004
Kenmore 14439 370 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 6/7/2004
Kenmore 1485 328 0.66 0.46 0.42 No 6/28/2002
Kenmore 14852 403 0.66 0.46 0.43 No 7/30/2004
Kenmore 14853 403 0.66 0.46 0.43 No 7/30/2004
Kenmore 14854 403 0.66 0.46 0.43 No 7/30/2004
Kenmore 14859 387 0.68 0.46 0.48 No 7/30/2004
Kenmore 1507* 347 0.62 0.46 0.35 No 6/28/2002
Kenmore 15072 426 0.62 0.46 0.35 No 7/30/2004
Kenmore 15073 426 0.62 0.46 0.35 No 7/30/2004
Kenmore 15074 426 0.62 0.46 0.35 No 7/30/2004
Kenmore 15079 426 0.62 0.46 0.35 No 7/30/2004
Kenmore 15142 347 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 4/5/2004
Kenmore 15149 347 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 4/5/2004
Kenmore 15152 328 0.65 0.46 0.41 Yes 4/5/2004
Kenmore 15154 328 0.66 0.46 0.43 No 4/5/2004
Kenmore 15159 328 0.65 0.46 0.41 Yes 4/5/2004
Kenmore 15162 319 0.67 0.46 0.46 No 4/5/2004
Kenmore 15163 319 0.67 0.46 0.46 No 5/25/2004
Kenmore 15164 319 0.67 0.46 0.46 Yes 4/5/2004
Kenmore 15169 319 0.67 0.46 0.46 Yes 4/5/2004
Kenmore 15222** 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 10/7/2002
Kenmore 15229** 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 10/7/2002
Kenmore 153221** 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 10/7/2002
Kenmore 153241** 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 10/7/2002
Kenmore 153291** 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 10/7/2002
Kenmore 1565 363 0.59 0.46 0.29 No 7/13/2000
Kenmore 1592 351 0.61 0.46 0.33 No 7/11/2000
Kenmore 1599*4** 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 6/28/2004
Kenmore 1600*4** 363 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 6/28/2004
Kenmore 1601*4** 383 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 7/15/2004
Kenmore 1602*4** 383 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 7/15/2004
Kenmore 1603*4** 383 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 7/15/2004
Kenmore 1604*4** 387 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 7/15/2004
Kenmore 1605*4** 387 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 7/15/2004
Kenmore 1607 347 0.62 0.46 0.35 No 6/28/2002
Kenmore 16072 426 0.62 0.46 0.35 No 7/30/2004
Kenmore 16073 426 0.62 0.46 0.35 No 7/30/2004
Kenmore 16074 426 0.62 0.46 0.35 No 7/30/2004
Kenmore 16079 426 0.62 0.46 0.35 No 7/30/2004
Kenmore 16142 347 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 4/5/2004
Kenmore 16149 347 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 4/5/2004
Kenmore 16152 328 0.65 0.46 0.41 Yes 4/5/2004
Kenmore 16159 328 0.65 0.46 0.41 Yes 4/5/2004
Kenmore 16162 319 0.67 0.46 0.46 Yes 4/5/2004
Kenmore 16163 319 0.67 0.46 0.46 No 5/25/2004
Kenmore 16164 319 0.67 0.46 0.46 Yes 4/5/2004
Kenmore 16169 319 0.67 0.46 0.46 Yes 4/5/2004
Kenmore 16222 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 10/7/2002
Kenmore 16229 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 10/7/2002
Kenmore 1626*4** 387 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 7/15/2004
Kenmore 1627*4** 387 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 7/15/2004
Kenmore 1628*4** 385 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 1/13/2004
Kenmore 1629*4** 387 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 7/15/2004
Kenmore 16302 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 12/14/2004
Kenmore 16303 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 12/14/2004
Kenmore 16304 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 12/14/2004
Kenmore 16309 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 12/14/2004
Kenmore 1633*4** 363 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 1/13/2004
Kenmore 1634*3** 374 0.6 0.46 0.3 Yes 6/23/2003
Kenmore 1635*3** 374 0.6 0.46 0.3 Yes 6/23/2003
Kenmore 1636*3** 374 0.6 0.46 0.3 Yes 6/23/2003
Kenmore 1637*3** 374 0.6 0.46 0.3 Yes 6/23/2003
Kenmore 1638*3** 374 0.6 0.46 0.3 Yes 6/23/2003
Kenmore 1646*3** 374 0.6 0.46 0.3 Yes 6/23/2003
Kenmore 1647*3** 374 0.6 0.46 0.3 Yes 6/23/2003
Kenmore 1648*3** 374 0.6 0.46 0.3 Yes 6/23/2003
Kenmore 1649*3** 374 0.6 0.46 0.3 Yes 6/23/2003
Kenmore 1669*20* 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 No 10/25/2002
Kenmore 1692 351 0.61 0.46 0.33 No 7/11/2000
Kenmore 1697*200 370 0.58 0.46 0.26 No 1/25/2002
Kenmore 1698*20* 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 No 10/25/2002
Kenmore 1699*4** 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 6/28/2004
Kenmore 1700*4** 363 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 6/28/2004
Kenmore 1701*4** 383 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 7/15/2004
Kenmore 1702*4** 383 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 7/15/2004
Kenmore 1703*4** 383 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 7/15/2004
Kenmore 1704*4** 387 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 7/15/2004
Kenmore 1705*4** 387 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 7/15/2004
Kenmore 1724* 318 0.68 0.46 0.47 No 6/14/2001
Kenmore 1725 370 0.58 0.46 0.26 No 7/26/2002
Kenmore 17252 370 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 6/7/2004
Kenmore 17259 370 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 6/7/2004
Kenmore 1726*4** 387 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 7/15/2004
Kenmore 1727*4** 387 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 7/15/2004
Kenmore 1728*4** 385 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 1/13/2004
Kenmore 17303 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 12/14/2004
Kenmore 1733*4** 363 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 1/13/2004
Kenmore 1734*3** 374 0.6 0.46 0.3 Yes 7/18/2003
Kenmore 1735*3** 374 0.6 0.46 0.3 Yes 7/18/2003
Kenmore 1736*3** 374 0.6 0.46 0.3 Yes 7/18/2003
Kenmore 1737*3** 374 0.6 0.46 0.3 Yes 7/18/2003
Kenmore 1738*3** 374 0.6 0.46 0.3 Yes 7/18/2003
Kenmore 1746*3** 355 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 7/18/2003
Kenmore 1747*3** 355 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 7/18/2003
Kenmore 1748*3** 357 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 7/18/2003
Kenmore 1766*4** 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 7/15/2004
Kenmore 1767*4** 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 7/15/2004
Kenmore 1769*20* 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 No 10/25/2002
Kenmore 1784*4** 363 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 7/15/2004
Kirkland SUD5000K 369 0.58 0.46 0.27 No 8/15/2001
Kirkland SUD5100M 355 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 3/11/2003
Kirkland SUD7000M 355 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 3/11/2003
Kitchen Aid KUDC01IM 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 No 3/11/2003
Kitchen Aid KUDC01TM 364 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 2/6/2003
Kitchen Aid KUDI01DL 364 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 6/27/2002
Kitchen Aid KUDI01FK**1 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 No 6/27/2002
Kitchen Aid KUDI01FL 364 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 6/27/2002
Kitchen Aid KUDI01IL 364 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 6/27/2002
Kitchen Aid KUDI01TJ**1 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 No 6/27/2002
Kitchen Aid KUDJ01TJ**1 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 No 6/27/2002
Kitchen Aid KUDK01IL 364 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 6/28/2002
Kitchen Aid KUDK01TK**1 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 No 6/27/2002
Kitchen Aid KUDL01IL 364 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 6/28/2002
Kitchen Aid KUDL01TK**1 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 No 6/27/2002
Kitchen Aid KUDM01FK**1 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 No 6/27/2002
Kitchen Aid KUDM01TJ**1 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 No 6/27/2002
Kitchen Aid KUDP01DL 364 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 6/27/2002
Kitchen Aid KUDP01FL 364 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 6/27/2002
Kitchen Aid KUDP01IL 364 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 6/27/2002
Kitchen Aid KUDP01TJ 351 0.61 0.46 0.33 No 12/18/2000
Kitchen Aid KUDR01TJ**1 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 No 6/27/2002
Kitchen Aid KUDS01DJ**1 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 No 6/27/2002
Kitchen Aid KUDS01DL 371 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 6/27/2002
Kitchen Aid KUDS01FK**1 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 No 6/27/2002
Kitchen Aid KUDS01FL 371 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 6/27/2002
Kitchen Aid KUDS01IJ**1 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 No 6/27/2002
Kitchen Aid KUDS01IL 371 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 6/27/2002
Kitchen Aid KUDS01VM 371 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 6/27/2002
Kuppersbusch IGV669-2 347 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 11/18/2003
Kuppersbusch SHVKBK1UC 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 8/5/2004
Maytag MDB4650 346 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 7/28/2004
Maytag MDB5600 346 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 5/17/2002
Maytag MDB6600 346 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 5/17/2002
Maytag MDB7600 346 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 5/17/2002
Maytag MDB7650 352 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 1/12/2004
Maytag MDB7750 346 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 10/15/2004
Maytag MDB7755 346 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 10/15/2004
Maytag MDB8600 356 0.6 0.46 0.3 Yes 5/17/2002
Maytag MDB8750 346 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 1/12/2004
Maytag MDB9150 413 0.64 0.46 0.39 No 5/9/2000
Maytag MDB9600 352 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 5/17/2002
Maytag MDB9750 352 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 1/12/2004
Maytag MDBF550 346 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 5/17/2002
Maytag MDBF750 346 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 5/17/2002
Maytag MDBH750 346 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 10/15/2004
Maytag MDBH940 346 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 7/28/2004
Maytag MDBH950 346 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 5/17/2002
Maytag MDBH970 346 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 5/17/2002
Maytag MDBL540 352 0.61 0.46 0.33 No 10/29/2002
Maytag MDBL740 352 0.61 0.46 0.33 No 10/29/2002
Maytag MDBTT59 346 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 5/17/2002
Maytag MDBTT75 346 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 10/15/2004
Maytag MDBTT79 346 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 5/17/2002
Miele G605 316 0.68 0.46 0.48 No 6/1/1997
Miele G641 340 0.63 0.46 0.38 No 8/16/2001
Miele G643 363 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 8/16/2001
Miele G658 331 0.65 0.46 0.4 Yes 8/16/2001
Miele G663 335 0.63 0.46 0.37 Yes 7/24/2000
Miele G694 335 0.64 0.46 0.39 Yes 8/16/2001
Miele G803 331 0.65 0.46 0.41 No 10/20/1999
Miele G805 316 0.68 0.46 0.48 No 6/1/1997
Miele G811 321 0.67 0.46 0.46 No 10/20/1999
Miele G818 301 0.71 0.46 0.54 Yes 8/16/2001
Miele G832 297 0.73 0.46 0.58 Yes 8/16/2001
Miele G841 340 0.63 0.46 0.38 Yes 8/16/2001
Miele G842 340 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 8/18/2004
Miele G843 363 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 8/16/2001
Miele G851 335 0.64 0.46 0.39 Yes 8/16/2001
Miele G856 331 0.65 0.46 0.41 Yes 8/16/2001
Miele G858 331 0.65 0.46 0.4 Yes 8/16/2001
Miele G863 335 0.63 0.46 0.37 Yes 10/20/1999
Miele G892 335 0.64 0.46 0.39 Yes 8/16/2001
Miele G894 335 0.64 0.46 0.39 Yes 8/16/2001
Miele G896 335 0.64 0.46 0.39 Yes 8/16/2001
Miele G898 335 0.64 0.46 0.39 Yes 8/16/2001
Monogram ZBD1800G 294 0.73 0.46 0.59 Yes 2/3/2004
Monogram ZBD68**K 358 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 11/26/2003
Multi-flex MDB124RH 333 0.65 0.46 0.41 No 3/20/2001
Multi-flex MDB421RH 333 0.65 0.46 0.41 No 5/10/2000
Performa PDBTT49 346 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 7/28/2004
Profile PDW7***J 362 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 5/27/2003
Profile PDW82**J 362 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 5/27/2003
Profile PDW84**J 362 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 5/27/2003
Profile PDW85**J 362 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 5/27/2003
Profile PDW86**J 362 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 5/27/2003
Profile PDW87**J 358 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 6/9/2003
Profile PDW88**J 358 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 6/9/2003
Profile PDW9***J 358 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 6/9/2003
Roper RUD4000M 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 1/22/2001
Roper RUD4500M 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 1/13/2004
Samsung DB3710 346 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 7/28/2004
Samsung DB5710 346 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 7/28/2004
Siemens SL34A002UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 2/6/2004
Siemens SL34A006UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 2/6/2004
Siemens SL34A007UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 2/6/2004
Siemens SL84A302UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 2/6/2004
Siemens SL84A305UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 2/6/2004
Siemens SL84A306UC 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 2/6/2004
Siemens SL95A502UC 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 8/5/2004
Siemens SL95A505UC 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 8/5/2004
Siemens SL95A506UC 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 8/5/2004
Smeg CSU2001B 312 0.69 0.46 0.5 Yes 1/4/2002
Smeg CSU2001W 312 0.69 0.46 0.5 Yes 1/4/2002
Smeg CSU2001X 317 0.68 0.46 0.48 Yes 1/4/2002
Smeg CSU2007* 317 0.68 0.46 0.48 Yes 1/4/2002
Thermador DW44FI 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 8/5/2004
Thermador DW44Z* 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 6/18/2001
Thermador DW44ZP 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 11/20/2002
Thermador DW44ZSB 353 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 11/20/2002
Thermador DWHD94BF 345 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 8/5/2004
Thermador DWHD94BP 345 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 8/5/2004
Thermador DWHD94BS 345 0.62 0.46 0.35 Yes 8/5/2004
Thermador DWI246U* 352 0.61 0.46 0.33 No 3/19/1998
Thermador DWW44ZP 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 No 6/18/2001
Thermador DWW44ZSB 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 No 6/18/2001
Thermador DWW44ZW 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 No 6/18/2001
Viking DFUD041 232 0.93 0.46 1.02 No 5/27/2003
Viking DFUD042 234 0.92 0.46 1 Yes 8/9/2004
Viking DFUD140 271 0.79 0.46 0.72 No 12/18/2000
Viking DFUD141 232 0.93 0.46 1.02 No 5/27/2003
Viking DFUD142 234 0.92 0.46 1 Yes 8/9/2004
Viking VUD040 288 0.75 0.46 0.62 No 12/18/2000
Viking VUD141 257 0.84 0.46 0.82 No 12/18/2000
Whirlpool DP840SWP 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 8/2/2004
Whirlpool DP940PWK 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 4/6/2001
Whirlpool DP940PWP 363 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 8/2/2004
Whirlpool DU1020XTL 372 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 6/23/2003
Whirlpool DU1050XTP 387 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 8/2/2004
Whirlpool DU1100XTP 387 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 8/2/2004
Whirlpool DU1101XTP 387 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 8/2/2004
Whirlpool DU1145XTP 387 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 8/2/2004
Whirlpool DU1148XTP 387 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 8/2/2004
Whirlpool DU1150XTP 387 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 8/2/2004
Whirlpool DU600PWK 351 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 8/15/2001
Whirlpool DU620PWK 351 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 4/5/2002
Whirlpool DU810SWL 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 2/19/2003
Whirlpool DU810SWP 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 8/2/2004
Whirlpool DU811SWL 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 2/19/2003
Whirlpool DU811SWP 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 8/2/2004
Whirlpool DU840SWL 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 2/19/2003
Whirlpool DU840SWP 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 8/2/2004
Whirlpool DU850SWL 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 2/19/2003
Whirlpool DU850SWP 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 8/2/2004
Whirlpool DU851SWP 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 8/2/2004
Whirlpool DU890SWL 371 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 2/19/2003
Whirlpool DU900PWK 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 4/6/2001
Whirlpool DU909PWK 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 1/25/2002
Whirlpool DU910PWK 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 5/24/2001
Whirlpool DU911PWK 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 8/15/2001
Whirlpool DU915PWK 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 4/6/2001
Whirlpool DU915PWP 365 0.6 0.46 0.3 Yes 8/2/2004
Whirlpool DU920PWK 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 4/6/2001
Whirlpool DU930PWK 369 0.58 0.46 0.27 No 4/6/2001
Whirlpool DU930PWP 365 0.6 0.46 0.3 Yes 8/2/2004
Whirlpool DU940PWK 369 0.58 0.46 0.27 No 4/6/2001
Whirlpool DU941PWK 351 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 8/15/2001
Whirlpool DU943PWK 351 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 8/15/2001
Whirlpool DU945PWK 369 0.58 0.46 0.27 No 4/6/2001
Whirlpool DU945PWP 348 0.6 0.46 0.3 Yes 7/23/2004
Whirlpool DU948PWK 351 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 5/24/2001
Whirlpool DU948PWP 365 0.6 0.46 0.3 Yes 8/2/2004
Whirlpool DU950PWK 351 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 4/6/2001
Whirlpool DU951PWK 351 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 4/6/2001
Whirlpool DU960PWK 369 0.58 0.46 0.27 No 4/6/2001
Whirlpool DUL100PK 366 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 5/24/2001
Whirlpool DUL140PP 365 0.6 0.46 0.3 Yes 8/2/2004
Whirlpool DUL200PK 351 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 5/24/2001
Whirlpool DUL240XTP 387 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 8/2/2004
Whirlpool DUL300XTL 372 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 4/1/2002
Whirlpool GU1100XTL 372 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 4/1/2002
Whirlpool GU1101XTL 372 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 1/13/2004
Whirlpool GU1108XTL 372 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 12/16/2002
Whirlpool GU1200XTL 372 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 4/1/2002
Whirlpool GU1500XTL 372 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 4/1/2002
Whirlpool GU2400XTP 383 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 8/2/2004
Whirlpool GU2500XTP 383 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 8/2/2004
Whirlpool GU2548XTP 383 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 8/2/2004
Whirlpool GU2600XTP 383 0.59 0.46 0.28 Yes 8/2/2004
Whirlpool GU3200XT* 375 0.58 0.46 0.26 Yes 10/25/2004
Whirlpool GU630XTL 372 0.61 0.46 0.33 Yes 3/11/2003
Whirlpool GU640XTL 369 0.58 0.46 0.27 No 4/1/2002
White-Westinghouse WDB635RB 328 0.65 0.46 0.41 Yes 6/7/2004
White-Westinghouse WDB954MB 354 0.61 0.46 0.33 No 6/7/2004
White-Westinghouse WDB956MB 354 0.61 0.46 0.33 No 6/7/2004

Copiers

Copiers are the most energy-intensive type of office equipment because they sit idle for long periods of time.

Earning the ENERGY STAR

  • Copiers that have earned the ENERGY STAR “sleep” or power down when not in use, and use 40% less electricity compared to standard models.
  • ENERGY STAR qualified high-speed copiers feature duplexing units that automatically make double-sided copies, reduces paper costs by about $60 a month. Using less paper also saves energy because it takes 10 times more energy to manufacture a piece of paper than it does to copy an image onto it.
  • Businesses that use ENERGY STAR enabled office equipment may realize additional savings on air conditioning and maintenance.

Remember, saving energy prevents pollution. Because most copiers are left on 10 hours a day, power management features are important for saving energy and an easy way to reduce air pollution. Learn about the copier of the future.

List Current as of April 27, 2004

Company Brand Model Size Format Mono/Color Copy Speed (ppm)
Aurora Office Automation Sales Co., Ltd.AuroraAD-158Standard-SizedMonochrome15
Aurora Office Automation Sales Co., Ltd.AuroraAD-159Standard-SizedMonochrome15
Aurora Office Automation Sales Co., Ltd.AuroraAD-159PStandard-SizedMonochrome15
Aurora Office Automation Sales Co., Ltd.AuroraAD-165Standard-SizedMonochrome16
Aurora Office Automation Sales Co., Ltd.AuroraAD-209Standard-SizedMonochrome20
Aurora Office Automation Sales Co., Ltd.AuroraAD-259Standard-SizedMonochrome25
Aurora Office Automation Sales Co., Ltd.AuroraAD-359Standard-SizedMonochrome35
Aurora Office Automation Sales Co., Ltd.AuroraAD-409Standard-SizedMonochrome40
Aurora Office Automation Sales Co., Ltd.AuroraAD-459Standard-SizedMonochrome45
Aurora Office Automation Sales Co., Ltd.AuroraAD-559Standard-SizedMonochrome55
Canon U.S.A., Inc.CanonC130Standard-SizedMonochrome13
Canon U.S.A., Inc.CanonC130FStandard-SizedMonochrome13
Canon U.S.A., Inc.CanonC210Standard-SizedMonochrome21
Canon U.S.A., Inc.CanonimageRUNNER 600VStandard-SizedMonochrome60
Canon U.S.A., Inc.CanonNP6035FStandard-SizedMonochrome35
Canon U.S.A., Inc.CanonNP7130Standard-SizedMonochrome13
Canon U.S.A., Inc.CanonNP7130FStandard-SizedMonochrome13
Canon U.S.A., Inc.CanonNP7500Standard-SizedMonochrome50
Canon U.S.A., Inc.CanonNP7850Standard-SizedMonochrome85
Canon U.S.A., Inc.CanonPC1060Standard-SizedMonochrome13
Canon U.S.A., Inc.CanonPC1061Standard-SizedMonochrome13
Canon U.S.A., Inc.CanonPC425Standard-SizedMonochrome4
Canon U.S.A., Inc.CanonPC428Standard-SizedMonochrome4
Canon U.S.A., Inc.CanonPC920Standard-SizedMonochrome10
Canon U.S.A., Inc.CanonPC921Standard-SizedMonochrome10
Canon U.S.A., Inc.CanonPC940Standard-SizedMonochrome13
Canon U.S.A., Inc.CanonPC941Standard-SizedMonochrome13
Canon U.S.A., Inc.CanonPC950Standard-SizedMonochrome13
Canon U.S.A., Inc.CanonPC980Standard-SizedMonochrome13
Canon U.S.A., Inc.CanonPC981Standard-SizedMonochrome13
Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc.MinoltaDi2010Standard-SizedMonochrome20
Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc.MinoltaDi2510Standard-SizedMonochrome20
Company Brand Model Size Format Mono/Color Copy Speed (ppm)
Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc.MinoltaDi2510fStandard-SizedMonochrome25
Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc.MinoltaDi3010Standard-SizedMonochrome30
Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc.MinoltaDi3010fStandard-SizedMonochrome30
Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc.MinoltaDi3510Standard-SizedMonochrome35
Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc.MinoltaDi3510fStandard-SizedMonochrome35
Kyocera Mita America, Inc.CopystarCS-1500Standard-SizedMonochrome15
Kyocera Mita America, Inc.CopystarCS-1620Standard-SizedMonochrome16
Kyocera Mita America, Inc.CopystarCS-2225Standard-SizedMonochrome25
Kyocera Mita America, Inc.Kyocera MitaKM-1500Standard-SizedMonochrome15
Kyocera Mita America, Inc.Kyocera MitaKM-1620Standard-SizedMonochrome16
Lanier Worldwide, Inc.Lanier5218Standard-SizedMonochrome18
Lanier Worldwide, Inc.Lanier5222Standard-SizedMonochrome22
Lanier Worldwide, Inc.Lanier5227Standard-SizedMonochrome27
Lanier Worldwide, Inc.Lanier5255Standard-SizedMonochrome55
Lanier Worldwide, Inc.Lanier5355Standard-SizedMonochrome55
Lanier Worldwide, Inc.Lanier5365Standard-SizedMonochrome65
Lanier Worldwide, Inc.Lanier5415Standard-SizedMonochrome15
Lanier Worldwide, Inc.Lanier5435Standard-SizedMonochrome35
Lanier Worldwide, Inc.Lanier5445Standard-SizedMonochrome45
Lanier Worldwide, Inc.Lanier5455Standard-SizedMonochrome55
Lanier Worldwide, Inc.Lanier5470Standard-SizedMonochrome70
Lanier Worldwide, Inc.Lanier5485Standard-SizedMonochrome85
Lanier Worldwide, Inc.Lanier5505Standard-SizedMonochrome105
Lanier Worldwide, Inc.Lanier5515Monochrome15
Lanier Worldwide, Inc.Lanier5518Monochrome18
Lanier Worldwide, Inc.Lanier5613Standard-SizedMonochrome13
Lanier Worldwide, Inc.Lanier5613FStandard-SizedMonochrome13
Lanier Worldwide, Inc.Lanier5618Standard-SizedMonochrome18
Lanier Worldwide, Inc.Lanier5622Standard-SizedMonochrome22
Lanier Worldwide, Inc.Lanier5627Standard-SizedMonochrome27
Lanier Worldwide, Inc.Lanier5635Monochrome35
Lanier Worldwide, Inc.Lanier5645Monochrome45
Company Brand Model Size Format Mono/Color Copy Speed (ppm)
Lanier Worldwide, Inc.Lanier5685Monochrome85
Lanier Worldwide, Inc.Lanier5705Monochrome105
Lanier Worldwide, Inc.Lanier5813Standard-SizedMonochrome51
Lanier Worldwide, Inc.LanierLD0105Standard-SizedMonochrome90
Lanier Worldwide, Inc.LanierLD090Standard-SizedMonochrome90
Lanier Worldwide, Inc.LanierLW 110/LW 111Large/Wide FormatMonochrome32
Lanier Worldwide, Inc.LanierLW 210Large/Wide FormatMonochrome7.5
Oce-Technologies B.V.Oce3023Standard-SizedMonochrome23
Oce-Technologies B.V.Oce3055Standard-SizedMonochrome55
Oce-Technologies B.V.Oce3100Standard-SizedMonochrome100
Oce-Technologies B.V.Oce3165EStandard-Sized62
Olivetti TecnostOlivettid-Copia 16Standard-SizedMonochrome16
Olivetti TecnostOlivettid-Copia 200Standard-SizedMonochrome20
PanasonicPanasonicFP-D355Monochrome35
PanasonicPanasonicFP-D455Monochrome45
PanasonicPanasonicFP-D605Monochrome60
Ricoh CorporationRicohAfcio 1113Standard-SizedMonochrome13
Ricoh CorporationRicohAficioStandard-SizedMonochrome27
Ricoh CorporationRicohAficio 1013Standard-SizedMonochrome13
Ricoh CorporationRicohAficio 1013FStandard-SizedMonochrome13
Ricoh CorporationRicohAficio 1015Standard-SizedMonochrome15
Ricoh CorporationRicohAficio 1018Standard-SizedMonochrome18
Ricoh CorporationRicohAficio 1022Standard-SizedMonochrome22
Ricoh CorporationRicohAficio 1035Standard-SizedMonochrome35
Ricoh CorporationRicohAficio 1045Standard-SizedMonochrome45
Ricoh CorporationRicohAficio 1050Standard-SizedMonochrome105
Ricoh CorporationRicohAficio 150Standard-SizedMonochrome15
Ricoh CorporationRicohAficio 180Standard-SizedMonochrome18
Ricoh CorporationRicohAficio 2090Standard-SizedMonochrome90
Ricoh CorporationRicohAficio 2105Standard-SizedMonochrome105
Ricoh CorporationRicohAficio 220Standard-SizedMonochrome22
Ricoh CorporationRicohAficio 270Standard-SizedMonochrome27
Ricoh CorporationRicohAficio 350eStandard-SizedMonochrome35
Ricoh CorporationRicohAficio 450eStandard-SizedMonochrome45
Ricoh CorporationRicohAficio 550Standard-SizedMonochrome55
Ricoh CorporationRicohAficio 551Standard-SizedMonochrome55
Company Brand Model Size Format Mono/Color Copy Speed (ppm)
Ricoh CorporationRicohAficio 700Standard-SizedMonochrome70
Ricoh CorporationRicohFT3813Standard-SizedMonochrome13
Ricoh CorporationRicohFT7950Standard-SizedMonochrome50
Ricoh CorporationRicohFT7960Standard-SizedMonochrome60
Ricoh CorporationRicohFT7970Standard-SizedMonochrome70
Ricoh CorporationRicohFW7030DLarge/Wide FormatMonochrome3.6
Sharp Electronics CorporationLanier5415Standard-SizedMonochrome15
Sharp Electronics CorporationSharpAL-1611Standard-SizedMonochrome16
Sharp Electronics CorporationSharpAL-1622Standard-SizedMonochrome16
Sharp Electronics CorporationSharpAL-1631 (U.S./Canada)Standard-SizedMonochrome16
Sharp Electronics CorporationSharpAR-162SStandard-SizedMonochrome16
Sharp Electronics CorporationSharpSF-2530Standard-SizedMonochrome30
Sharp Electronics CorporationSharpSF-2540Standard-SizedMonochrome40
SINDORICOH Co. Ltd.SINDORICOHMyCopy 1000Standard-SizedMonochrome10
SINDORICOH Co. Ltd.SINDORICOHMyCopy 1100Standard-SizedMonochrome10
SINDORICOH Co. Ltd.SINDORICOHSPIRIO 4230Standard-SizedMonochrome27
SINDORICOH Co. Ltd.SINDORICOHSPIRIO 4240Standard-SizedMonochrome27
UTAX GmbHTA Triumph-AdlerDC 2025Standard-SizedMonochrome25
UTAX GmbHTA Triumph-AdlerDC 2035Standard-SizedMonochrome35
UTAX GmbHUtaxC 148Standard-SizedMonochrome14
UTAX GmbHUtaxC 149Standard-SizedMonochrome14
UTAX GmbHUtaxC 157Standard-SizedMonochrome15
UTAX GmbHUtaxC 187Standard-SizedMonochrome18
UTAX GmbHUtaxC 218Standard-SizedMonochrome20
UTAX GmbHUtaxC 237Standard-SizedMonochrome23
UTAX GmbHUtaxC 307Standard-SizedMonochrome30
UTAX GmbHUtaxC 407Standard-SizedMonochrome40
UTAX GmbHUtaxC 518Standard-SizedMonochrome51
UTAX GmbHUtaxC 98Standard-SizedMonochrome12
UTAX GmbHUtaxCD 1025Standard-SizedMonochrome25
UTAX GmbHUtaxCD 1035Standard-SizedMonochrome35
UTAX GmbHUtaxCD 21Standard-SizedMonochrome20
UTAX GmbHUtaxCD 41Standard-SizedMonochrome40
UTAX GmbHUtaxCD 51Standard-SizedMonochrome50
Xerox CorporationXerox1010Standard-Sized101
Xerox CorporationXerox2101Standard-SizedMonochrome101
Company Brand Model Size Format Mono/Color Copy Speed (ppm)
Xerox CorporationXerox5885Standard-SizedMonochrome85
Xerox CorporationXerox5900Standard-SizedMonochrome120
Xerox CorporationXerox5900IStandard-SizedMonochrome120
Xerox CorporationXerox5990Standard-SizedMonochrome100
Xerox CorporationXerox5995Standard-SizedMonochrome100
Xerox CorporationXeroxC20Standard-SizedMonochrome22
Xerox CorporationXeroxCopyCentre C32Standard-SizedColor32
Xerox CorporationXeroxCopyCentre C35, Product Code XEW1 or XEW2Standard-SizedMonochrome35
Xerox CorporationXeroxCopyCentre C40Standard-SizedColor40
Xerox CorporationXeroxCopyCentre C45, Product Code XEW1 or XEW2Standard-SizedColor45
Xerox CorporationXeroxCopyCentre C55, Product Code XEW1 or XEW2Standard-SizedMonochrome55
Xerox CorporationXeroxCopyCentre C75Standard-SizedMonochrome75
Xerox CorporationXeroxCopyCentre C90Standard-SizedMonochrome90
Xerox CorporationXeroxDoc. Color Series 50Standard-SizedMonochrome50
Xerox CorporationXeroxDocuCentre 490DCStandard-SizedMonochrome90
Xerox CorporationXeroxDocuColor 12Standard-SizedMonochrome50
Xerox CorporationXeroxDocument Centre 455Standard-SizedMonochrome55
Xerox CorporationXeroxDocument Centre 465Standard-SizedMonochrome65
Xerox CorporationXeroxDocument Centre535DCStandard-SizedMonochrome35
Xerox CorporationXeroxDocument Centre545DCStandard-SizedMonochrome45
Xerox CorporationXeroxDocumentCentre 340DCStandard-SizedMonochrome40
Xerox CorporationXeroxDocumentCentre 432DCStandard-SizedMonochrome32
Xerox CorporationXeroxDocumentCentre 440DCStandard-SizedMonochrome40
Xerox CorporationXeroxDocumentCentre 460DCStandard-SizedMonochrome55
Xerox CorporationXeroxDocumentCentre 470DCLarge/Wide FormatMonochrome65
Xerox CorporationXeroxDocumentCentre 480DCLarge/Wide FormatMonochrome75
Xerox CorporationXeroxDocumentCentre 555DCStandard-SizedMonochrome55
Xerox CorporationXeroxDocumentCentre 651Standard-SizedMonochrome65
Xerox CorporationXeroxDocumentCentre332DCStandard-SizedMonochrome32
Xerox CorporationXeroxDocuTech 120 Digital CopierStandard-SizedMonochrome120
Xerox CorporationXeroxWorkCentre Pro 423DCStandard-SizedMonochrome23
Xerox CorporationXeroxWorkcentre Pro 428DCStandard-SizedMonochrome28

Commercial Fryers

Commercial Fryers Fryers that have earned the ENERGY STAR are up to 25% more energy-efficient than standard models. 
Earning the ENERGY STAR
ENERGY STAR qualified fryers include both gas and electric open-deep fat models. Fryers that earn the ENERGY STAR must meet a minimum cooking efficiency* of 50% (gas) and 80% (electric) while also meeting a maximum idle energy rate of 9,000 Btu/hr (gas) and 1,000 watts (electric). Energy-efficient fryers that have earned the ENERGY STAR offer shorter cook times and higher production rates through advanced burner and heat exchanger designs. Frypot insulation reduces standby losses resulting in a lower idle energy rate. Where can I get one? Contact the manufacturers directly or speak with your food equipment supplier. What can ENERGY STAR qualified fryers save me? Each ENERGY STAR qualified gas fryer can save businesses 28 MBtu annually, or average of $185/year on utility bills. Each ENERGY STAR qualified electric fryer can save 879 kWh annually, or an average of $60/year on utility bills.  * Under heavy-load conditions
Company NameBrand NameModel NameModel NumberFryer Size (Inches)Fuel TypeCooking Energy Efficiency (%)Idle Energy RateDate Available
Frymaster L.L.C.FrymasterMJH50MJH5014×15Gas506400 Currently Available
Frymaster L.L.C.Frymaster41441414×15.5Electric81 967Currently Available
Frymaster L.L.C.FrymasterH17TCH17TC14×15.5Electric84 740Currently Available
Keating of Chicago, Inc.KeatingIFM 14IFM 1414×14Gas57.44700 Currently Available
Pitco FrialatorPitcoMGIIMGII14Gas548510 Apr-02
Pitco FrialatorPitcoSGH50SGH5014Gas548510 Sep-02
Pitco FrialatorPitcoSEH50SEH5014Electric82.1 930May-03
Pitco FrialatorPitcoPitcoMEII14Electric82.1 930Sep-03
Ultrafryer Systems, Inc.Ultrafryer SystemsPAR3-14PAR3-1414Gas64.74180 Sep-99

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