Energy Label Tests and Certificate

Energy Label Tests and Certificate

Energy label is a sign that shows the performance of the devices consuming energy or affecting the energy consumption as a result of the resources consumed. EU energy label is used in our country and European Union countries. The EU energy label makes the power and performance of the device completely transparent, indicating sound emission and similar pollution values. It helps consumers to buy products with transparency and protect the environment.Energy Label

What is Energy Efficiency

Energy efficiency stands out as an effort to reduce the amount of energy consumed by a power tool without any reduction in performance. Electric appliances aim to provide high performance by consuming much less energy. In short, we can turn to energy-efficient devices and save energy without changing anything in our daily life.

The EU Energy Label provides information on the energy efficiency of a product. This tag ranks products from dark green (most efficient) to red (least efficient). The Energy Label also shows the total energy consumption and other information about the products, such as the water consumption and noise level of dishwashers, the screen size of televisions. The basis of the EU Energy Label Regulations is based on obtaining information from end users on the energy efficiency of products. Energy consumption of products and other information should be measured in accordance with harmonized standards and methods. The darkest green color category on the Energy Label is used for products with the highest energy efficiency.Products that are rated dark green are used for energy bills and2 The Energy Label also provides information about the product's electricity usage per kilowatt hour (kWh) and enables comparison of different models. The lower this value is, the less energy use of the product will be. The symbols in the lower part of the Energy Label vary according to the product type and show additional information about the product such as water consumption and noise level.

Energy Efficiency Class

This label indicates the electricity consumption of the vacuum cleaner and how efficient it is. Factors such as the longevity of the devices, resource-efficient production or recyclability are not considered here.

What is ErP and ELD

With the adoption of the ErP (Energy-related Products) criteria, the European Union is striving to establish an effective strategy to improve the quality of life of all European citizens, and therefore all the World's People, by maintaining the air and environmental pollution policy.

Starting from 26 September 2015, all devices sold in the European market in accordance with ErP and ELD Directives have to be produced with UM energy efficient pumps Eylül.

Eco design;

  • Reducing environmental impacts throughout the entire life cycle with better product design.
  • Approximately% 80 of product-induced environmental effects can be determined during the design phase.
  • Saving money and energy can also be made thanks to the environmentally sensitive design.
  • Eco-design is an approach that involves designing a product from the cradle to the grave in a more environmentally sensitive manner, starting from the design stage of a product.
  • The products are more sensitive to nature, the most efficient use of resources and the promotion of recycling.
  • Integration of environmental features into product design to improve environmental performance throughout the product's lifecycle.


 ELD (Energy Labelling Directive)

The European Union's new energy labeling system mandates the new energy labeling system to enable the consumer to see at a glance the level of environmental compliance of each product. not only energy efficiency class but also


Aiming to inform end users about the energy efficiency of products  Energy Related Products Directive 2010/30 / EU, It is a framework directive designed for the communication of complex information on energy consumption and performance in a clear and understandable format. The framework directive is applied together with the Commission Regulations on the products covered by it.

The Energy Label used for the product must meet the criteria specified in the framework directive and the Commission Regulation on the product. Energy consumption of the products and other information must be measured in accordance with the harmonized standards and methods of the Union.

The benefits of compliance with the Framework Directive and implementation of the enforcement regime can be summarized as follows:

  •  Cost savings with reduced consumer energy bills
  • Carbon dioxide emission and other environmental benefits
  • The Directive encourages producers to compete in terms of the environmental aspects of their products. 

In order to contribute to the better understanding of the Energy Label Directive (2010/30 / EU), which is among the directives of the EU based on the New Approach and Global Approach, and its comprehensive implementation for different sectors in the single market,  Blue Guide It was prepared. 


The Directive applies to energy-related products that have a significant direct and indirect impact on energy consumption and, where relevant, other sources. In extending the scope of the provisions of the directive According to the Eco-Design Directive 2009/125 / EC  it should be considered. 

  • Refrigerators, freezers and refrigerator-freezers
  • Washing Machines
  • Laundry Dryers
  • Combined Clothes Dryers
  • Dishwashers
  • Light bulbs
  • Electric ovens
  • Air conditioners
  • televisions
  • Vacuum cleaners 
  • boilers 
  • Water heaters


European Commission Regulations implemented with the Energy Related Products Directive (2010/30 / EU)


Framework Directive

Effective date

About Energy and Other Resource Consumption of Energy Related Products by Labeling and Standard Product Information 

Directive 2010 / 30 / EU

July 31, 2011

Commission Regulations Supporting the Energy Label Framework Directive 2010 / 30 / EC


1- Residential Ventilation Units Commission Regulation 1254 / 2014 / EU

July 11, 2014

2- Oven and Hoods Commission Regulation 65 / 2014 / EU

3- Vacuum Cleaners  Commission Regulation 665 / 2013 / EU

May 3 2013

4- Heaters & Radiators Commission Regulation 811 / 2013 / EU

February 18 2013

5- Water Heaters Commission Regulation 812 / 2013 / EU

February 18 2013

6- Electric Lamps and Fixtures Commission Regulation 874 / 2012 / EU (January 2014 EC communication)

July 12, 2012

7- Household Type Rotary Dryers Commission Regulation 392 / 2012 / EU (May 2013 Corrigenda December 2013 EC communication)

May 29 2012

8- Air Conditioners Commission Regulation 626 / 2011 / EU

May 4 2011

9- Washing Machines Used in Houses 1061 / 2010 / EU Commission Regulation (December 2013 EC communication)

December 20 2010

10- Televisions Commission Regulation (EC) No 1062 / 2010 / EU

September 28, 2010

11- Refrigerators Used in Houses Commission Regulation 1060 / 2010 / EU (February 2011 EC communication January 2014 EC communication)  

September 28, 2010

12- Dishwashers Used in Houses Commission Regulation 1059 / 2010 / EU (June 2013 EC communication July 2013 EC corrigenda)

September 28, 2010

13- Electric Ovens Used in Homes Commission Regulation 2002 / 40 / EC

May 8 2002

14- Combined Washing-Up Dryers Used in Houses Commission Regulation 96 / 60 / EC

September 19, 1996


Energy Label certification and testing can be obtained from our laboratory EUROLAB®.