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Regulation 801/2013: Non-tertiary coffee machines (Lot 25)

Last updated: 30 January 2014

Regulation 801/2013 on standby, including requirements for domestic coffee machines, entered into force in September 2013.

Consultation Forums of 16 December 2011 and 18 April 2012 supported the view that a product-specific implementing measure for coffee machines should not be adopted. However, requirements on standby were proposed to be made more explicit for coffee machines.

Hence, the regulation on networked standby (Lot 26) also includes power management requirements for coffee machines.

Ecodesign requirements

From 1 January 2015, the delay time after which different coffee machine technologies should go into standby and off modes are:

  • For domestic drip filter coffee machines storing the coffee in an insulated jug, a maximum time of five minutes after completion of the last brewing cycle;
  • For domestic drip filter coffee machines storing the coffee in a non-insulated jug, a maximum time of 40 minutes after completion of the last brewing cycle;
  • For other domestic coffee machines, a maximum time of 30 minutes after completion of the last brewing cycle.
Date Process Key documents
2013-09 Ecodesign regulation on networked standby in force

Ecodesign regulation 801/2013 (pdf)

2011-08 Product study completed
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