E-1.2, r. 1 - Regulation respecting the energy efficiency of electrical or hydrocarbon-fuelled appliances

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chapter E-1.2, r. 1
Regulation respecting the energy efficiency of electrical or hydrocarbon-fuelled appliances
ENERGY EFFICIENCY — ELECTRICAL OR HYDROCARBON-FUELLED APPLIANCES
Act respecting the energy efficiency of electrical or hydrocarbon-fuelled appliances
(chapter E-1.2, ss. 3, 4, 5, 8 and 11).
E-1.2
September 1 2012
Replaced, O.C. 434-2017, 2017 G.O. 2, 1147; eff. 2017-08-15; see chapter N-1.01, r. 1.
1. The Canadian Standards Association, Warnock Hersey Professional Services Ltd., Underwriters Laboratories Inc. and the Canadian Gas Association are designated as the certifying bodies.
O.C. 1213-92, s. 1; O.C. 955-95, s. 1.
2. The energy efficiency specifications set out in Schedule 1 apply to the appliances to which they correspond and that are manufactured from the effective date indicated in respect of those specifications.
O.C. 1213-92, s. 2; O.C. 955-95, s. 2.
3. The references in this Regulation to test methods or energy efficiency specifications shall be interpreted as references to such methods or specifications as later amended by the designated certifying body, where such is the case.
O.C. 1213-92, s. 3.
4. The applicances listed in Schedule 1, excluding the appliance described in point 2, shall be provided with
(1)  a permanent label bearing an attestation of the tested energy efficiency of the appliance, issued by a certifying body; or
(2)  a permanent label, illustrated in Schedule 3, obtained from the Minister in the case provided for in section 6 of the Act respecting the energy efficiency of electrical or hydrocarbon-fuelled appliances (chapter E-1.2).
O.C. 1213-92, s. 4; O.C. 955-95, s. 3.
5. A person placing a label on an appliance shall affix it so that it is easily and readily seen without the need to remove any covering.
O.C. 1213-92, s. 5.
6. The special stamp that an inspector may affix in the cases referred to in section 11 of the Act is a red-coloured self-adhesive stamp containing the text appearing in Schedule 4.
O.C. 1213-92, s. 6; O.C. 955-95, s. 4.
7. The manufacturer shall affix the manufacture’s name or identification and the date of manufacture or a date code to the shipping carton containing the appliance.
O.C. 1213-92, s. 7.
8. (Omitted).
O.C. 1213-92, s. 8.
SCHEDULE 1
(ss. 2 and 4)
ENERGY EFFICIENCY SPECIFICATIONS APPLICABLE TO APPLIANCES
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Appliances Test methods Energy Has Ceases
efficiency effect to have
specifications
(1) effect
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1. The following CAN/CSA-C358-M89, Ranges: 92-10-01(3)
household electric “Energy E = 0.93 V + 14.3
ranges: Consumption Test (applies to (a) and
Methods for (b) appliances)
a) freestanding Household Electric
ranges equipped Ranges”. Conventional cooking
with surface tops, solid or
elements and one smooth:
or more ovens: E = 34
(applies to (c)
b) built-in ranges appliances)
equipped with
surface elements Modular cooking
and one or more tops: E = 43
ovens; (applies to (c)
appliances)
c) counter-mounted
cooking tops, other Built-in ovens:
than microwave E = 38
ovens, tungsten (applies to (d)
halogen heating appliances)
elements and
portable cooking
appliances designed
for an electrical
supply of 120 volts;

d) built-in ovens
equipped with one
or more ovens.
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2. Gas ranges. A gas range 92-10-01(3)
equipped with an
electrical power
source may not be
equipped with a
continuously
burning pilot light.
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3a. Standard or CAN/CSA-C360-M89, E = 1.5 x V + 30.5 92-10-01(3) 95-09-01
compact “Test Method for
electrically Measuring Energy
operated automatic Consumption and
household clothes Capacity of
washers, top-loaded Automatic
or front-loaded, Household Clothes
other than wringer Washers”.
washers or twin-tub
washers and
spinners.
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3b. Standard or CAN/CSA-C360-M92, Section 8 of 95-09-01
compact “Test Method for Standard
electrically Measuring Energy CAN/CSA-360-92
operated automatic Consumption and
household clothes Capacity of
washers, top-loaded Automatic
or front-loaded, Household Clothes
other than wringer Washers”.
washers or twin-tub
washers and
spinners.
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4a. Standard or CAN/CSA-C361-M89, E = 0.3 V + 59 92-10-01(3) 95-09-01
compact “Test Method for
electrically Measuring Energy
operated and Consumption and
heated tumble-type Drum Volume of
household clothes Electrically Heated
dryers. Household Tumble-
Type Clothes Dryers.”
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4b Standard CAN/CSA-C361-92, Section 8 of 95-09-01
electrically “Test Method for Standard
operated and Measuring Energy CAN/CSA-C361-92
heated tumble-type Consumption and
household clothes Drum Volume of
dryers, other than Electrically Heated
compact-type Household Tumble-
dryers. Type Clothes Dryers”.
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5a Electrically CAN/CSA-C373-M89, E = 1.57 V + 55.1 92-10-01(3) 95-09-01
operated household “Energy
dishwashers. Consumption Test
Methods for
Household
Dishwashers”.
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5b. Electrically CAN/CSA-373-92, Section 7 of 95-09-01
operated household “Energy Standard
dishwashers. Consumption Test CAN/CSA-373-92
Methods for
Household
Dishwashers”.
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6a. Electrically CAN/CSA-C300-M89, Table 9.1 of 92-10-01(3) 95-09-01
operated household “Capacity Standard
refrigerators and Measurement and CAN/CSA-C300-M89
combination Energy
refrigerator- Consumption Test
freezers with a Methods for
capacity of 200 Refrigerators,
to 1100 litres Combination
inclusively and Refrigerator-
electrically Freezers and
operated household Household
freezers with a Freezers”.
capacity of 100 to
850 litres
inclusively, other
than absorption
refrigerators and
refrigerators and
freezers equipped
with an adaptive
defrost cycle.
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6b. Electrically CAN/CSA-C300-M91, Table 9.1, column 4 95-09-01
operated “Capacity “Effective 1994” of
refrigerators and Measurement and Standard
combination Energy CAN/CSA-C300-M91
refrigerator- Consumption Test
freezers with a Methods for
capacity of 1100 Refrigerators,
litres or less and Combination
electrically Refrigerator-
operated freezers Freezers and
with a capacity of Freezers”.
850 litres or less,
other than
absorption
refrigerators.
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7. Stationary CAN/CSA-C191.1-M90, Section 5 of 92-10-01(3)
electrically “Performance Standard
operated storage Options for CAN/CSA-C191.1-M90
tank household Electric Storage
water heaters Tank Water
designed to be Heaters”, section 5.
used with pressure
systems, with a
capacity of
approximately 50 to
450 litres.
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8. Oil-fired water CAN/CSA B211-M90, Section 7 of 92-10-01(3)
heaters with a “Seasonal Energy Standard
capacity of 190 Utilization CAN/CSA-B211-M90
litres or less and Efficiencies of
with an input Oil-Fired Water
rating not Heaters”.
exceeding 30.5 kW
(0.75 gallons U.S.
per hour).
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9. Natural gas CGA P.3-1991 EF = 0.62 - 95-09-01
and propane-fired “Testing method (V x 0.0005)
water heaters with for measuring CAN/CGA 4.1 M85
a capacity of 76 to energy “Gas-Fired
380 litres and with consumption and Automatic Storage
an input rating not determining Type Water Heaters
exceeding 22 kW efficiencies of with Inputs less
(75 000 BTU per gas-fired water than 75,000 Btuh”.
hour). heaters”.
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10. Single-phase CAN/CSA-C368.1-M90, Table 1 of 92-10-01(3)
electrically “Performance Standard
operated room air Standard for Room CAN/CSA-C368.1-M90
conditioners with Air-Conditioners”.
a cooling capacity
not exceeding
10.55 kW (36 000
BTU per hour).
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11. Air-to-air CAN/CSA-C273.3-M91, Table 1 of 92-10-01(3)
heat pumps and “Performance Standard
central air Standard for Split- CAN/CSA-C273.3
conditioners that System Central
are factory-built Air-Conditioners
split-system and Heat Pumps”.
assemblies,
pre-charged or
field-charged,
with a heating or
cooling capacity
not exceeding
19 kW (65 000 BTU
per hour), other
than burner-
assisted systems
in which the
external coil is
heated with a
hydrocarbon.
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12. Air-to-air CAN/CSA-C656-M92, Table 1 of 95-09-01
heat pumps and “Performance Standard
central air Standard for CAN/CSA-C656-M92
conditioners that Split-System
are factory-built Central Air-
single-package Conditioners and
assemblies, pre- Heat Pumps”.
charged or field-
charged, with a
heating or cooling
capacity not
exceeding 19 kW
(65 000 BTU per
hour), other than
burner-assisted
systems in which
the external coil
is heated with a
hydrocarbon.
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13. Water heat CAN/CSA-C655-M91, Table 2 of 95-09-01
pumps that are “Performance Standard
factory-built Standard for CAN/CSA-C655-M91
single-package or Internal Water-Loop
split-system Heat Pumps.”
assemblies with a
heating or cooling
capacity not
exceeding 40 kW
(135 000 BTU per
hour), intended for
internal water-loop
heat systems.
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14a. Gas-fired CAN/CGA-2.3-M86, Such a forced-air 92-10-01(3) 95-09-01
forced-air as amended by furnace may not
furnaces that use Amendment No. 4 be equipped with
propane or natural to that Standard. a continuously
gas with an imput burning pilot
rating not light unless it
exceeding 117.2 kW has an annual fuel
(400 000 BTU per utilization
hour), other than efficiency rating
units for mobile (AFUE) of at least
homes and 76% when tested in
recreational vehicles. accordance with
Standard
CAN/CGA-2.3-M86,
as amended by
Amendment No. 4 to
that Standard.
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14b. Gas-fired CAN/CGA-2.3-M86, Such a forced-air 95-09-01
forced-air as amended by furnace must have
furnaces that use Amendment No. 4 to an annual fuel
propane or natural that Standard. utilization
gas with an input efficiency rating
rating not (AFUE) of at least
exceeding 65.9 kW 78% when tested
(225 000 BTU per in accordance with
hour), other than Standard
units for mobile CAN/CGA-2.3-M86,
homes and as amended by
recreational Amendment No. 4
vehicles. that Standard.
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14c. Gas-fired CAN/CGA-2.3-M86, Such a forced-air 95-09-01
forced-air as amended by furnance may not
furnaces that use Amendment No. 4 to be equipped with
propane or natural that Standard. a continuously
gas with an input burning pilot light
rating of 65.9 kW unless it has an
(225 000 BTU per annual fuel
hour) to 117.2 kW utilization
(400 000 BTU per efficiency rating
hour) inclusively, (AFUE) of at least
other than units 76% when tested
for mobile homes in accordance with
and recreational Standard
vehicles. CAN/CGA-2.3-M86,
as amended by
Amendment No. 4
to that Standard.
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15. Fluorescent CAN/CSA-C654-M91, Such a ballast 95-09-01
lamp ballasts “Fluorescent Lamp must have a power
intended to be Ballast Efficacy factor of at least
installed in Measurements”. 0.90 and it must
commercial, comply with section
industrial and 4 of Standard
residential CAN/CSA-C654-M91.
appliances.
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16. Type A or B CAN/CSA-C390-M1985, Table 3 of 95-09-01
squirrel-cage “Energy Efficiency Standard
single-speed Test Methods for CAN/CSA-C390-M1985
polyphase electric Three-Phase
induction motors, Induction Motors.”
EEMAC and NEMA(2),
from 1 to 200 hp
inclusively, other
than integral gear
motors.
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17.Oil-fired CAN/CSA B212-93 The annual energy 95-09-01
forced-air “Seasonal Energy efficiency must be
furnaces with an Utilization of at least 78%
input rating of Efficiencies of where calculated
66 kW (225 000 BTU Oil-Fired Furnaces according to
per hour) or less, and Boilers”. section 5.1.35 of
other than units Standard B-212-93.
for mobile homes
and recreational
vehicles.
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18. Oil-fired CAN/CSA B212-93 The annual energy 95-09-01
boilers with an “Seasonal Energy efficiency must be
input rating of Utilization of at least 80%
88 kW (300 000 BTU Efficiencies of where calculated
per hour) or less Oil-Fired Furnaces according to section
that are designed and Boilers”. 5.1.35 of Standard
to supply circuits B-212-93
with hot water or
low-pressure steam.
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Notes to the Schedule:
(1) E: maximum energy consumption (kWh/month);
EF: minimum energy factor;
V: volume (litres)
of the oven, for appliances referred to in point 1,
of the tub, for appliances referred to in point 3a,
of the drum, for appliances referred to in point 4a
of the water used, for appliances referred to in point 5a,
of the capacity, for appliances referred to in point 9.
(2) EEMAC: Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers Association of Canada.
NEMA: National Electrical Manufacturers Association.
(3) The date of 1 October 1992 results from this Regulation (O.C. 1213-92, 92-08-26).
O.C. 1213-92, Sch. 1; O.C. 955-95, s. 5.
(Revoked).
O.C. 1213-92, Sch. 2; O.C. 955-95, s. 6.
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O.C. 1213-92, Sch. 3.

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Every person who removes or alters this stamp is liable to a fine of $400 to $5 000 in the case of a natural person and $800 to $10 000 in the case of a legal person. For any subsequent offence, the fines are doubled.
Extract from sections 16 and 18 of the Act respecting the energy efficiency of electrical or hydrocarbon-fuelled appliances (c. E-1.2).
O.C. 1213-92, Sch. 4; O.C. 955-95, s. 5.
REFERENCES
O.C. 1213-92, 1992 G.O. 2, 4351
O.C. 955-95, 1995 G.O. 2, 2079