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Commission Regulation (EU) 2019/2019 of 1 October 2019 laying down ecodesign requirements for refrigerating appliances pursuant to Directive 2009/125/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council and repealing Commission Regulation (EC) No 643/2009
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This Regulation establishes ecodesign requirements for the placing on the market of electric mains-operated household refrigerating appliances with a storage volume up to 1 500 litres. 'Household refrigerating appliance' means an insulated cabinet; with one or more compartments; intended for refrigerating or freezing foodstuffs; or for the storage of refrigerated or frozen foodstuffs for non-professional purposes; cooled by one or more energy-consuming processes including appliances sold as building kits to be assembled by the end-user. Exclusions: refrigerating appliances that are primarily powered by energy sources other than electricity; battery-operated refrigerating appliances; custom-made refrigerating appliances; refrigerating appliances for tertiary sector application with flux management system; or appliances where the primary function is not the storage of foodstuffs through refrigeration.

'Household refrigerating appliance' means an insulated cabinet; with one or more compartments; intended for refrigerating or freezing foodstuffs; or for the storage of refrigerated or frozen foodstuffs for non-professional purposes; cooled by one or more energy-consuming processes including appliances sold as building kits to be assembled by the end-user.

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European Commission - DG Energy

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Wine Chillers
Refrigerators-Freezers
Freezers-only