A typical washing machine uses **5.24 KWh of electricity per wash load** and costs about Shs. 68 per wash (when washing with hot water).

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This means that, for example, **a larger fridge-freezer A++-rated model might look like the most efficient for your needs, but it might well use more energy than a more compact lower-rated model**, because smaller versions are usually cheaper to run.

An average cycle for a washing machine is 30 minutes. This appliance, which is a widely used Energy Star model, needs **500 watts per hour** to run, which means it requires 250 Wh, or 2.25 kWh, to run for 30 minutes.

When you're buying a new appliance for your home, **look out for its energy label**. The energy label tells you how much energy that appliance uses, comparing it to similar appliances. This can help you find appliances that use the least amount of energy. You should also consider the size of the appliance you need.

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Washing machine Power consumption formula:

The formula can be written as, **kWh = Wattage x operating hour / 1000**. For calculating monthly consumption is equal to the 30 times of daily consumption. kWh Monthly = 30 x Wattage x operating hour / 1000.

Energy classes are divided into 7 levels, the values of which are expressed as letters from A to G; this is reinforced on the label by the use of colours on the arrows, where **green represents maximum efficiency, while red indicates the worst performance level**.

A typical washing machine uses **5.24 KWh of electricity per wash load** and costs about Shs. 68 per wash (when washing with hot water).

Whether it's practical (like **washing machines, tumble dryers, refrigerators, cars, flooring materials, windows, or door handles**) or for leisure (like televisions, Blu-ray players, games consoles, reclining chairs, or toys), all these things are examples of technology.

Whether it's practical (like **washing machines, tumble dryers, refrigerators, cars, flooring materials, windows, or door handles**) or for leisure (like televisions, Blu-ray players, games consoles, reclining chairs, or toys), all these things are examples of technology.

There are many examples of everyday technologies, which are technologies used in typical modern human lives, including **mechanical wheels, hairdryers, washing machines, computers, phones, and even toothbrushes**.

Whether it's practical (like **washing machines, tumble dryers, refrigerators, cars, flooring materials, windows, or door handles**) or for leisure (like televisions, Blu-ray players, games consoles, reclining chairs, or toys), all these things are examples of technology.

- 18-Jun-2022
- Performance Marketing

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