It’s important that we have the fridge temperature set correctly. It always needs to be within a strict minimum and maximum range. Some fridges manage this automatically, does yours? If your fridge displays a digital temperature at all times it probably keeps it at the correct temperature. But if you have a manual temperature controlread the full article..
Archive of articles about white goods appliances tagged with "environment"
Any of my varied articles about white goods appliances that can be linked with environmental concerns or tips is tagged with "environment" and archived here.
By “how to connect properly” I mean legally, and without damaging the environment. There is a big problem with washing machines and dishwashers being connected to the wrong drainage systems which is polluting our rivers and streams. This is part 3 of my articles on the subject containing diagrams, pictures and a video. It mayread the full article..
How much value do the eco labels have? If you only compare washing machines using these labels you may make a poor choice. When first introduced, the eco labels were an eye opener and showed up big differences in performance and energy usage between various makes of washing machine. However, after being in operation forread the full article..
Part 4 of my in depth look at what all the different ratings on washing machine eco labels mean (Links to the other parts at the bottom of this article). This article covers the last three sections on the labels, spin drying performance, water consumption & Noise levels. Spin drying performance Again this is anread the full article..
This is my third article about what the individual sections on washing machine energy labels actually mean. It also looks at how useful they may or not be. (Links to the previous articles at the bottom of this article). Washing performance This is a rating from A to G, the same as the energy efficientread the full article..
The second section on washing machine energy labels shows energy usage of washing machine. Here you can find out the amount of energy (electricity) that the washing machine is likely to use on a particular wash cycle. The figure is based on a 60 degree cotton cycle – even though most people rarely use it.read the full article..