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Energy guidelines (GB IE only)

Model

No. Area Zones

Diameter/Area Cooking Zone

Energy Consumption* (Per Zone)

Energy Consumption* (Whole Cooktop)

CI302DTB

2

20x25 cm per zone

195.6 Wh/kg
187.0 Wh/kg

191 Wh/kg

CI603DTB

3

LF (15 cm)
LR (15 cm)
R (26 cm)

LF 176.0 Wh/kg
LR 175.7 Wh/kg
R 184.0 Wh/kg

179 Wh/kg

CI604DTB

4

20x25 cm per zone

LF 187.5 Wh/kg
LR 191.7 Wh/kg
RF 195.6 Wh/kg
RR 187.8 Wh/kg

191 Wh/kg

CI754DTB

4

LF (21 cm)
LR (15 cm)
RF (18 cm)
RR (18 cm)

LF 170.3 Wh/kg
LR 182.5 Wh/kg
RF 170.0 Wh/kg
RR 173.0 Wh/kg

174 Wh/kg

CI905DTB

5

LF (15 cm)
LR (18 cm)
CTR (26 cm)
RF (18 cm)
RR (15 cm)

LF 186.5 Wh/kg
LR 179.8 Wh/kg
CTR 193.0 Wh/kg
RF 178.5 Wh/kg
RR 185.8 Wh/kg

185 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.

Reducing the environmental impact of cooking

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

  • Thawing frozen foods in the refrigerator first
  • Using a moderate setting to conserve energy
  • Using the correct sized pot
  • Using a pressure cooker
  • Cutting food into smaller pieces - this will reduce cooking time
  • Use a steamer or a pan with a divider to cook different vegetables at the same time
  • Using a cover when boiling water to reduce the time it takes to get to the boil.
  • Simmering liquid cooked foods instead of boiling vigorously
  • Keeping pot lids on to reduce heat loss
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