Energy-efficient Appliances Regulations

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Energy-efficient Appliances Regulations

made under Section 5 of the

Energy-efficient Appliances Act

S.N.S. 1991, c. 2

O.I.C. 2008-501 (September 23, 2008), N.S. Reg. 400/2008

as amended by O.I.C. 2012-295 (September 10, 2012), N.S. Reg. 172/2012


Citation

1          These regulations may be cited as the Energy-efficient Appliances Regulations.


Definitions

2          (1)       In these regulations,

 

                        (a)       “Act” means the Energy-efficient Appliances Act;

 

                        (b)       “AFUE” means annual fuel utilization efficiency, which is a measure expressed as a percentage of the amount of fuel converted to space heat in proportion to the amount of fuel entering a gas- or oil-fired furnace or boiler;

 

                        (c)       “ANSI” means the American National Standards Institute;

 

                        (d)       “ARI” means the Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute;

 

                        (e)       “CGA” means the Canadian Gas Association;

 

                        (ea)     “conventional roadway lighting” means non-high mast roadway lighting, including conversions from cobra-head lighting, used along streets, roadways and highways, but does not include decorative street lighting;

Clause 2(1)(ea) added: O.I.C. 2012-295, N.S. Reg. 172/2012.

 

                        (f)        “CSA” means the Canadian Standards Association;

 

                        (g)       “EEMA” means the Electrical and Electronic Manufacturing Association;

 

                        (h)       “EPA” means the Environmental Protection Agency;

 

                        (ha)     “IESNA” means the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America;

Clause 2(1)(ha) added: O.I.C. 2012-295, N.S. Reg. 172/2012.

 

                        (hb)     “LED” means light emitting diode;

Clause 2(1)(hb) added: O.I.C. 2012-295, N.S. Reg. 172/2012.

 

                        (hc)     “municipality” means

 

                                    (i)        a regional municipality, town or county or district municipality,

 

                                    (ii)       an electric utility owned and operated by a municipal body referred to in subclause (i);

Clause 2(1)(hc) added: O.I.C. 2012-295, N.S. Reg. 172/2012.

 

                        (i)        “NEMA” means the National Electrical Manufacturing Association;

 

                        (j)        “NSPI” means Nova Scotia Power Incorporated.

Clause 2(1)(j) added: O.I.C. 2012-295, N.S. Reg. 172/2012.

 

            (2)       In the Act and these regulations, “label” means a printed decal, stamped plate or other permanent marking.


Designated appliances

3          The appliances, machines or equipment listed in Column 1 of Schedule 1 are designated for the purposes of the Act.


Prescribed energy performance standards and requirements

4          (1)       The efficiency standard and energy performance requirements of Columns 2 and 3 of Schedule 1 opposite the description of a designated appliance in Column 1 of Schedule 1 are adopted and prescribed for the appliance in accordance with the date the appliance was manufactured as set out in Column 4 of the Schedule.

 

            (2)       The energy consumption of a designated appliance must not exceed the energy performance requirement in Column 3 of Schedule 1.

 

            (3)       The AFUE for a designated appliance must not be less than the values set out in Column 3 of Schedule 1 opposite the description of the designated appliance in Column 1 of the Schedule.


Organizations designated to test and verify energy usage of designated appliances

5          An organization that is accredited by the Canadian Standards Association as a certification organization for any of the following classes of products is designated to test and verify the energy usage of a designated appliance in that class of products:

 

                        (a)       electrical or electronic products;

 

                        (b)       fuel-burning equipment;

 

                        (c)       gas-burning appliances and equipment.


Prescribed labels

6          (1)       The label required to be affixed to a designated appliance must be one of the following prescribed labels:

 

                        (a)       the label set out in Schedule 2 to these regulations;

 

                        (b)       a label containing the registered trademark or symbol of an approved testing and verification organization that verifies that the designated appliance complies with the energy performance requirement of these regulations.

 

            (2)       A label must be placed close to the manufacturer’s label on a designated appliance.

 

            (3)       A label must be easily and readily seen without removing any covering.


Marking of cartons

7          A carton that contains a designated appliance must be marked with all of the following:

 

                        (a)       the name or identity of the manufacturer;

 

                        (b)       the date of manufacture or a date code.


Restrictions on use of non-LED roadway lighting

8          (1)       Conventional lighting that is not LED and that fails to comply with ANSI/IESNA RP-8, American National Standard Practice for Roadway Lighting must not be used by the following after the dates indicated:

 

                        (a)       by NSPI, after December 31, 2019;

 

                        (b)       by a municipality, after December 31, 2022.

 

            (2)       Except as provided in subsection (3), after the date these regulations come into force, any fixture that requires maintenance or fails to comply with ANSI/IESNA RP-8, American National Standard Practice for Roadway Lighting must be replaced with LED lighting that complies with the standard.

 

            (3)       Subsection (2) does not apply if a replacement schedule that meets the applicable requirements of subsection (1) is approved by the Minister.

Section 8 added: O.I.C. 2012-295, N.S. Reg. 172/2012.


Reports for roadway lighting compliance

9          (1)       On or before June 30, 2013, each municipality must file a report with the Minister setting out all of the following:

 

                        (a)       the number of non-high mast roadway lights it owns;

 

                        (b)       whether the municipality intends to take ownership of any non-high mast roadway lights owned by NSPI;

 

                        (c)       the replacements to conventional roadway lighting, beginning on June 30, 2013, to comply with the restrictions set out in Section 8.

 

            (2)       On or before June 30, 2013, each municipality must inform NSPI in writing if the municipality intends to take ownership of any non-high mast roadway lights and identify the lights by location.

 

            (3)       On or before September 30, 2013, NSPI must file a report with the Minister that includes all of the following:

 

                        (a)       the number of non-high mast roadway lights it owns and the locations of the lights;

 

                        (b)       whether a municipality intends to take ownership of any non-high mast roadway lights owned by NSPI;

 

                        (c)       the replacements to conventional roadway lighting, beginning on September 30, 2013, to comply with the restrictions set out in Section 8.

Section 9 added: O.I.C. 2012-295, N.S. Reg. 172/2012.


 


Schedule 1:

Table of Designated Appliances and Corresponding Efficiency Standards


Column 1

Appliance

Column 2

Efficiency Standard

Column 3

Energy Performance Requirement

Column 4

Date Appliance Manufactured

1.  Household electric ranges (other than microwave cooking appliances, tungsten halogen heating elements and portable appliances designed for an electrical supply of 120 V) that are

     (a)  free-standing ranges equipped with surface elements and one or more ovens

     (b)  built-in combinations of surface elements and one or more ovens,

     (c)  counter-mounted surface element assemblies,

     (d)  wall-mounted ovens with one or more ovens

CAN/CSA-C358-03, Energy Consumption Test Methods for Household Electric Ranges

E = or < 0.93 V + 14.3

Cooktops–conventional, solid or smooth: E = or < 34

Cooktops–modular type: E = or < 43

Wall-mounted ovens: E = or < 38

On or after

Aug. 1, 2003

 2. Standard or compact household electric automatic clothes washers that are top-loaded or front-loaded (other than wringer washers, twin-tub washer and spinners and front-loading water-heating washers)

CAN/CSA C360-03, Energy Performance, Water Consumption, and Capacity of Household Clothes Washers

 Table 9 and Table 10 of CAN/CSA 360-03

On or after

Jan. 1, 2008

3.  Standard or compact electrically operated and heated household tumble-type clothes dryers

CAN/CSA-C361-92, Test Method for Measuring Energy Consumption and Drum Volume of Electrically Heated Household Tumble-Type Clothes Dryers

Clause 8.3 of CAN/CSA- C361-92

On or after

Dec. 31, 1998

4.  Electrically operated automatic dishwashers that are not commercial, industrial or institutional machines

CAN/CSA-C373-92, Energy Consumption Test Methods for Household Dishwashers

Clause 7.4 of CAN/CSA-C373-92

On or after

Jan. 1, 1995

5.  Stationary electric storage tank water heaters with a capacity of between 50 L and 450 L inclusive that are intended for use on pressure systems

CAN/CSA-C191-04, Performance of Electrical Storage Tank Water Heaters for Domestic Hot Water Service

Clause 5 of CAN/CSA-C191-04

On or after

Jan. 1, 2008

6.  Refrigerators and combination refrigerator-freezers with a capacity of up to 1100 L and freezers with a capacity of up to 850 L, other than electrically operated refrigerators employing an absorption refrigeration system

CAN/CSA-C300-00, Capacity Measurement and Energy Consumption Test Methods for Refrigerator-Freezers and Freezers

Table 2, Column B of CAN/CSA-C300-00

On or after

Jan. 1, 2008

7.1  Gas Furnaces with an input rate not greater than 65.92 kW (250 000 BTU/h) that use single-phase electric current

ANSI Z21.47-2003/CAN/CSA 2.3-2003, Gas-Fired Central Furnaces

AFUE = or > 78%

On or after

Jan. 1, 2008

7.2  Gas furnaces with an input rate not greater than 65.92 kW (250 000 BTU/h) that use three-phase electric current

ANSI Z21.47-2003/CAN/CSA 2.3-2003, Gas Fires [Gas- Fired]Central Furnaces

AFUE = or > 78% or thermal efficiency = or > 80%

On or after

Jan. 1, 2008

7.3  Gas furnaces with an input rate greater than 65.92 kW (250 000 BTU/h) but not greater than 117.23 kW (400 000 BTU/h)

ANSI Z21.47-2003/CAN/CSA 2.3-2003, Gas-Fired Central Furnaces

Thermal efficiency = or > 80%

On or after

Jan. 1, 2008

8.  Room air conditioners, other than packaged terminal air conditioners, not exceeding 10.55 kW (36 000 BTU/h) cooling capacity

CAN/CSA-C368.1-M90, Performance Standard for Room Air-Conditioners

Clause 8, Col. 2 of Table 1 of CAN/CSA-C368.1-M90

From Jun. 1, 1992

to Dec. 31, 1994

Clause 8, Col. 2 of Table 2 of CAN/CSA-C368.1-M90

On or after

Jan. 1, 1995

9.  Gas ranges with electric cord sets

 

No standing pilot

On or after

Jun. 1, 1992

10.  Oil-fired water heaters with input rating not exceeding 30.5 kW (0.75 U.S. gal/h), and storage capacity of 190 L or less

CAN/CSA-B211-00, Energy Efficiency of Oil-Fired Storage Tank Water Heaters

Clause 8 of CAN/CSA-B211-00

On or after

Jan. 1, 2008

11.  Electric induction motors, other than integral gear motors, continuous duty, open or closed, polyphase, squirrel cage, single-speed, EEMAC/NEMA design A- or B-type, two-, four- or six-pole, that are at least one but not more than 200 HP (0.75 to 150 kW) 600 V maximum, 50/60 Hz or 60 Hz

CAN/CSA-C390-98, Energy Efficiency Test Methods for Three-Phase Induction Motors

Clause 4.10 and Tables 2 and 2A of CAN/CSA-C390-98

On or after

Jan. 1, 2008

12.  Fluorescent lamp ballasts that are:

     a)    designed for input voltages of 120 V, 277 V or 347 V and,

     b)   intended to operate with F32T8, F34T12, F40T10 or rapid-start fluorescent lamps or F96T12ES, F96T12HO or F96T12HO ES fluorescent lamps

CAN/CSA-C654-M91, Fluorescent Lamp Ballast Efficacy Measurements

Clause 4.1 of CAN/CSA-C654-M91

On or after

Jan. 1, 1992

13.  Ground- or water-source heat pumps that are unitary single package or split-system matching assemblies rated at a capacity below 40 kW (135 000 BTU) and intended for application in open- or closed-loop ground- or water-source systems

CAN/CSA-C13256-1-01, Water Source Heat Pumps- Testing and Rating for Performance- Part 1: Water-to-Air and Brine-to-Air Heat Pumps

Clauses 3.8 and 3.9 of CAN/CSA-C13256-1-01

On or after

Jan. 1, 2008

14.  Air conditioners and heat pumps that are air-source, air-sink, split-system, and single package, unitary devices intended for air conditioning and heating applications that are rated at a capacity not exceeding 19 kW (65 000 BTU)

CAN/CSA-C656.05, Performance Standard for Split-System and Single Package Central Air Conditioners and Heat Pumps

Clauses 7.2 and Columns 1 & 2 of Table 3 of CAN/CSA-656.05

On or after

Jan. 1, 2008

15.  Water-source heat pumps that are factory-built single package or split-system matching assemblies that are intended for installation in internal water loop systems, that do not exceed 40 kW (135 000 BTU) in cooling or heating capacity

CAN/CSA-C13256-1-01, Water-source Heat Pumps-testing and Rating for Performance–Part I: Water-to-Air and Brine-to-Air Heat Pumps

Clauses 8A and Table 10A of CAN/CSA-13256-1-01

 On or after

Jan. 1, 2008

16.  Conventional roadway lighting

LED

LED fixture complies with ANSI/IENA RP-8 criteria

 On or after

Jan. 1, 2009

17.  Gas-fired automatic-storage-type water heaters with storage tank volumes of 76 L to 380 L inclusive, for use with propane and natural gas with inputs less than 75 000 BTU/hour

ANSI Z21.10.1-2004/CAN/CSA 4.1-2004, Gas Water Heaters-Volume 1, Storage Water Heaters with Input Ratings of 75,000 BTU per Hour or Less

EF = 0.67- 0.0005 V

 On or after

Jan. 1, 2008

18.  Commercial and industrial unitary air conditioners, heat pumps and condensing units intended for air-conditioning and space-heating applications that are rated at a capacity above 19 kW (65 000 BTU) and below 73 kW (250 000 BTU)

CAN/CSA-C746-98 (R2004), Performance Standard for Rating Large Air Conditioners and Heat Pumps

Clause 7.2 of CAN/CSA C746-98 (R2004)

 On or after

Jan. 1, 2008

19.  Absorption or vapour compression refrigeration chillers intended for application in air-conditioning systems that are factory-built and equipped with centrifugal, rotary screw or positive displacement compressors with a cooling capacity of not more than 5600 kW (20 000 000 BTU)

CAN/CSA C743-02, Performance Standard for Rating Packaged Water Chillers

Clause of CAN/CSA C743-02 [sic]

 On or after

Jan. 1, 2008

20.  Oil-fired warm-air furnaces, other than furnaces for mobile homes and recreation vehicles, having an input of up to and not more than 66 kW (225 000 BTU)

CAN/CSA B212-00, Energy Utilization Efficiencies of Oil-Fired Furnaces and Boilers

Clause 7.1 of CAN/CSA B212-00

 On or after

Jan. 1, 2008

21.  Oil-fired central heating boilers intended for low-pressure steam or hot water systems having an input of up to and not more than 88 kW (300 000 BTU)

CAN/CSA B212-00, Energy Utilization Efficiencies of Oil-Fired Furnaces and Boilers

Clause 7.2 of CAN/CSA B212-00

 On or after

Jan. 1, 2008

22.  Self-contained gas-burning central heating boilers that are intended for low- pressure steam or hot water systems having an input of up to and not more than 88 kW (300 000 BTU)

CGA P.2-1991, Testing Method for Measuring Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiencies of Residential Furnaces and Boilers

When measured in accordance with CGA P.2-1991, Hot water systems: AFUE = or > 80%

 On or after

Jan. 1, 2008

Low-pressure steam systems: AFUE = or > 75%

 

23.  Dusk to dawn luminaries or area security lights, for use in non-hazardous locations that are intended for installation outdoors on branch circuits of 600 V or less, using either a 175 W to 400 W mercury vapour, 50 W to 400 W high-pressure sodium (HPS), or 18 to 55 W low-pressure sodium (LPS) lamp, complete with photoelectric controller

CAN/CSA-C239-02,

Performance standard for Dusk to Dawn Luminaries

Table 1 of CAN/CSA-C239-02

On or after

Jan. 1, 2008

24.  Fluorescent lamp ballasts that are used in fluorescent luminaries in industrial, commercial and residential locations, for input of 120 V, 277 V or 347 V, designed to operate with F32T8, F34T12, F40T10 and F40T12 rapid- start fluorescent lamps and F96T12IS, F96T12ES, F96T12HO and F96T12HO ES fluorescent lamps

CAN/CSA-C654-M91, Fluorescent Lamp Ballasts Efficiency Measurements

Clause 4.1, Column B, of CAN/CSA-C654-M91

Power factor of not less than 90% over the indicated input voltage range

On or after

Jan. 1, 2008

25.  Three-phase heat pump systems that are factory made and rated at capacity up to and including 19 kW

CAN/CSA-C656-05, Performance Standard for Split-System and Single Package Central Air Conditioners and Heat Pumps

Clause 7 of CAN/CSA C656-05

On or after

Jan. 1, 2008

26.  Three-phase air-to-air heat pumps and air conditioners that are single packages, not exceeding 19 kW

CAN/CSA-C656-05, Performance Standard for Split-System and Single Package Central Air-Conditioners and Heat Pumps

Clause 7 of CAN/CSA C656-05

On or after

Jan. 1, 2008



27.  Packaged terminal air conditioners and heat pumps that are factory made and intended for use in residential, commercial and industrial heating and cooling systems

ARI 310/380-2004/CAN/CSA-C744-04, Standard for Packaged Terminal Air-Conditioners and Heat Pumps

Table 2 of ARI 310/380-2004/CAN/CSA-C744-04

On or after

Jan. 1, 2008

28.  Ground- or water-source heat pumps that are factory-made unitary packages or split-system assemblies rated at capacity up to and including 21 kW intended for application in direct expansion ground- or water-source systems

CAN/CSA-C748-94, Performance of Direct- Expansion (DX) Ground-Source Heat Pumps

Clause 5.1 of CAN/CSA-C748-94

On or after

Jan. 1, 2008

29.  Dehumidifiers that are factory- assembled, self-contained, electrically operated, mechanically refrigerated units with daily water-removal capacity of up to 30 L

CAN/CSA-C749-94, Performance Standard for Dehumidifiers

Clause 4.2 of CAN/CSA-C749-94

On or after

Jan. 1, 2008

30.  Vending machines, self-contained, that cool or heat the product to be served

CAN/CSA-C804-96, Energy Performance of Vending Machines

Clause 4.1 and Table 1 of CAN/CSA-804-96

On or after

Jan. 1, 2008

31.  Ice makers and ice storage bins that are factory-assembled, automatic units with a capacity between 23 kg and 1000 kg a day of cubed, crushed or fragmented ice in a continuous or batch process

CAN/CSA-C742-98, Performance of Automatic Ice Makers and Storage Bins

Table 1 of CAN/CSA-C742-98

On or after

Jan. 1, 2008

32.  Power transformers as described in CSA standard CAN/CSA 802.3-01 rated from 501 kV-A to 10 000 kV-A

CAN/CSA-C802.3-01, Maximum Losses for Power Transformers

Clause 4.1.2 and 4.2 and Tables 1, 2 and 3 of CAN/CSA-C802.3-01

On or after

Jan. 1, 2008

33.  Liquid-filled distribution transformers, that are single-phase and three-phase, 60 Hz, rated at 10 kV-A to 833 kV-A for single-phase and 15 kV-A to 3000 kV-A for three-phase, insulation class 34.5 kV and less 

CAN/CSA C802.1-00, Minimum Efficiency Values for Liquid-Filled Distribution Transformers

Clause 7 and Table 1 of CAN/CSA C802.1-00

On or after

Jan. 1, 2008

34.  Dry-type transformers that are single-phase and three-phase, self-contained units or components of larger assemblies, 60 Hz, ANN, rated at 15 kV-A to 833 kV-A for single-phase and at 15 kV-A to 7500 kV-A for three- phase

CAN/CSA C802.2-00, Minimum Efficiency Values for Dry-Type Transformers

Clauses 7 and 8 and Table 1 of CAN/CSA C802.2-00

On or after

Jan. 1, 2008

35.  Highmast luminaries, using high- pressure sodium lamps, for use along streets, roadways, highways, expressways and at intersections and interchanges

CAN/CSA-C811-98, Performance of Highmast Luminaries for Roadway Lighting

Clause 4.5 and Tables 1, 2 and 3 of CAN/CSA-C811-98

On or after

Jan. 1, 2008

36.  Ceiling fans, pendant- and hugger-style, 250 V or less, intended for residential, commercial or industrial installations

CAN/CSA C814-96, Energy Performance of Ceiling Fans

Clause 4.3 of CAN/CSA C814-96

On or after

Jan. 1, 2008

37.  Drinking water coolers, self-contained, capacity up to 20 ml/s (20 US gal/hr), pressure-type, remote point-of-use water coolers and bottle-type water coolers, but not intended for a central circulating system or water coolers employing remote-type condensing units

CAN/CSA C815-99, Energy Performance of Drinking Water Coolers

Clause 4.2 and Tables 1 and 2 of CAN/CSA C815-99

On or after

Jan. 1, 2008

38.  General service fluorescent lamps:

  a)  rapid-start straight lamps, with a medium bipin base, 1200 mm (48 in.) nominal overall length, and not rated wattage of 28 W or more;

  b)  rapid-start U-shaped lamps, with a medium bipin base, between 560 mm and 635 mm (22 in. to 25 in.) nominal overall length, and a rated wattage of 28 W or more;

c)    rapid-start high-output lamps, with a recess double-contact base, 2400 mm (96 in.) nominal overall length, and 0.8 A nominal;

  d)  instant-start slimline lamps, with a single-pin base, 2400 mm (96 in.) nominal overall length, and a rated wattage of 52 W or more;

e)    any fluorescent lamp that is a physical and electrical equivalent of a lamp described in a), b), c), or d), other than a lamp marked and marketed to promote plant growth, for cold-temperature applications, as a coloured lamp, as impact-resistant, as a reflector or aperture type, as designed for reprographic equipment, to produce radiation (primarily ultraviolet) or having a colour rendering index of 82 or greater

CAN/CSA-C819-95, Performance of General Service Fluorescent Lamps

Table 1 of CAN/CSA-C819-95

On or after

Jan. 1, 2008

39.  Commercial refrigerators, with glass doors, that are reach-in type wine coolers, milk or beverage coolers or under-counter work tables

CAN/CSA-C827-98, Energy Performance Standard for Food Service Refrigerators and Freezers

Tables 1 and 2 of CAN/CSA-C827-98

On or after

Jan. 1, 2008

40.  Commercial freezers, with glass or doors, that are reach-in type ice cream cabinets or under-counter work tables

CAN/CSA-C827-98, Energy Performance Standard for Food Service Refrigerators and Freezers

Table 3 and 4 of CAN/CSA-C-827-98

On or after

Jan. 1, 2008

41.  Refrigerator-freezers, solid door, reach-in vertical slip type

CAN/CSA-C827-98, Energy Performance Standard for Food Service Refrigerators and Freezers

Table 5 of CAN/CSA-C827-98

On or after

Jan. 1, 2008

42.  Exit signs, internally lighted, except flashing exit signs

CAN/CSA C860-01, Performance of Internally Lighted Exit Signs

Clause 9.3 of CAN/CSA C860-01

On or after

Jan. 1, 2008

43.  Compact fluorescent (CF) ballasted adaptors, and self-ballasted CF lamps that incorporate a screwbase, including both dimmable and nondimmable types

CAN/CSA C861-95, Performance of Compact Fluorescent Lamps and Ballasted Adapters

Clause 6.6 and Tables 1A and 1B, and clause 6.8 and Table 3 of CAN/CSA C861-95

On or after

Jan. 1, 2008

44.  Incandescent reflector lamps, from 40 W up to and including 205 W, rated 110 V to 130 V, with a medium-skirted base and a diameter of 70 mm or larger, but not including coloured lamps, heat lamps, lamps used in mines, aircraft, air fields, automotive or marine applications, and lamps with an ER or BR bulb shape  

CAN/CSA C862-01, Performance of Incandescent Reflector Lamps

Clause 6.2 of CAN/CSA C862-01

On or after

Jan. 1, 2008

45.  Solid fuel burning heating appliances excluding wood pellet heating appliances, cookstoves, central heating systems, masonry heaters, site-built fireplaces, and decorative factory-built fireplaces, that

     a)    have an air fuel ratio of less than 35 to 1

     b)   have a minimum burn rate of less than 5 kg/h, and

     c)    is [are] used to covert the energy of fuel to useful heat

CAN/CSA-B415-00, Performance Testing of Solid-Fuel-Burning Heating Appliances or US EPA Standards of Performance for Residential Wood Heaters

Clause 4.1 and 4.2 of CAN-B415-00

US EPA 40 CFR 60 Subpart AAA of Standards of Performance for Residential Wood Heaters

On or after

Oct. 1, 2008


In this table:

E is the energy consumption in kilowatt hours per month

V is the volume in litres of

(a) for the appliances of [or] products referred to in item 1, oven size

(b) for the appliances or products referred to in item 2, basket capacity

(c) for the appliances or products referred to in item 3, drum capacity

(d) for the appliances or products referred to in item 4, hot water used

AFUE means annual fuel utilization efficiency

       BTU means British thermal units

Schedule 1 amended: O.I.C. 2012-295, N.S. Reg. 172/2012.  

 

Schedule 2: Designated Appliance Label


      Nova Scotia

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                                This Product Complies

                                with the Energy-efficient

                                Appliances Act of 1991.

 

                                6503



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