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Energy guidelines (GB IE only)

Reducing the environmental impact

Reducing energy consumption will reduce the impact of cooking on the environment. You can reduce energy consumption by:

  • Using the correct sized pot for the element.
  • Using a cover when bringing water to the boil.
  • Simmering foods instead of boiling vigorously.
  • Cutting food into smaller pieces to reduce the cooking time.
  • Using a steamer or a pan with a divider to cook different vegetables at the same time.
  • Thawing foods in the refrigerator first.
  • Using a pressure cooker.

Model

No. Cooking Zones

Diameter/Area Cooking Zone

Energy Consumption*
(per zone)

Energy Consumption*
(whole cooktop)

CE302CBX

2

F 15cm
R 18.5cm/12.5cm

F 187.0 Wh/kg
R 200.9 Wh/kg

194.0 Wh/kg

CE604LBX

4

LF 18.5cm
LR 15.0cm
RF 18.5cm
RR 15.0cm

LF 194.7 Wh/kg
LR 191.5 Wh/kg
RF 194.7 Wh/kg
RR 191.5 Wh/kg

193.1 Wh/kg

CE604CBX

4

LF 21.2cm/13cm
LR 15.0cm
RF 18.5cm
RR 15.0cm

LF 188.4 Wh/kg
LR 191.5 Wh/kg
RF 194.7 Wh/kg
RR 191.5 Wh/kg

191.5 Wh/kg

CE905CBX

5

LF 18.5cm/12.5cm
LR 15.0cm
CTR 23.5cm/14.5cm
RF 18.5cm
RL 15.0cm

LF 200.9 Wh/kg
LR 191.5 Wh/kg
CTR 190.5 Wh/kg
RF 194.7 Wh/kg
RL 191.2 Wh/kg

193.8 Wh/kg

* Energy consumption for electric cooking appliances are calculated using the following Standards 1) BS EN 50304 & BS EN 60350 -Electric cooking ranges, hobs, ovens and grills for household use- Methods for measuring performance.

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