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Ariston Thermo - Catalogue 2022

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Energy Rating Energy rating & new regulations From 26 September 2018, new limits for NOx emissions were introduced in addition to the effciency limits already in force. The NOx limits have been applied to products placed on the market starting from 26 September 2018. Products purchased before that date and already in retail outlets or distribution warehouses can continue to be sold and installed, even though they do not comply with the new requirements. In 2019, the UK became the first major economy in the world to pass legislation to end its contribution to global warming by 2050. A target was set requiring the UK to bring all greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by this date. 2015 2017 2018 2019 A B C D E F G A++ (space heating) / A (water heating) Compulsory labelling on space heating and water heating products (energy class) A+ introduced for domestic hot water production New limits for NOx emissions < 56 mg/kWh (for gas fuels) A+++ introduced for space heating Minimum performance requirements for space heating and domestic hot water production Changes in labelling due to brexit When the UK left the European Union (EU) on 1st January 2021, the following changes occurred: The CE mark becomes the UKCA mark The UKCA (UK Conformity Assessed) marking is a new UK product marking that covers most goods that previously required the CE mark. It applies to all goods that used CE marking. The UKCA marking can be used from 1st January 2021 and will follow the same conformity assessment processes as the current CE mark. CE marking can still be used until 1st January 2022 in most cases. However, UKCA marking will not be recognised in the EU market, so products that currently require CE marking will still need this in order to be sold in the EU from 1st January 2021. From 1st January 2022, the CE marking will not be recognised in Great Britain for the areas covered by the government’s guidance – including gas appliances. However, CE marked products will still be valid for sale in the UK as long as they are also UKCA marked and comply with the relevant UK rules. New rules for Northern Ireland are to be confirmed. | 12

Product label Manufacturer There are two different classifications for central heating and domestic hot water; for products which can provide both services, labels must show both the classifications. There are different labels, depending on the type of product and service guaranteed. The effciency classes A, A+ and A++ indicate the products with higher performance. In addition to the energy class, the labels display information to help consumers choose the most effcient products with less environmental impact. Model Sanitary function and level of usage Energy class Nominal thermal power Sonor power I A ++ A + A B C D E F G II 3301450 ALTEAS ONE NET 35 A A B C D E F G XXL A Manufacturer 51 dB 30 kW Model Ariston Thermo SpA Alteas ONE Net Energy classes (heating and hot water) of the product Energy classes (heating and hot water) of the system Solar collectors Hot water tank Device for temperature control + + + A X A +++ A ++ A + A B C D E A + 2015 811/2013 Energy label of a boiler System label All units that are combined with others as part of a system must have a secondary label in addition to the product label and technical documentation to show the system performance. Additional heating appliance 2017 + F G 2015/1187 The installer will be responsible in defining the overall system performance (through an automatic algorithm) and must fill out the label accordingly. Energy label of a combi boiler with thermostat Energy raing label changes For products that arrived or were manufactured in Europe, or the UK, before 1st January 2021, the current energy rating label is accepted for use in the UK. However, after this date, a new energy rating label needed to be present; this still complies to the same energy rating rules, but shows a Union Jack in place of the EU flag, and all text is written in English only. This is the only accepted label in the UK. For products manufactured in Europe and destined for the UK and Republic of Ireland, both the EU and UK labels must be present. For the latest update on Brexit regulations please visit: www.gov.uk/transition Ariston Thermo SpA + A Alteas ONE Net A +++ A ++ A + A A + | 13