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|brickrow||4:40pm on Tuesday, October 19th, 2010|
|Caution: this is not an ATAPI/IDE drive! This drive has a SATA interface, but this is not clearly stated in the description. A pleasure to use Since purchasing this product, I have been burning many CDs and DVDs without issue.|
|Ketut||5:42am on Saturday, October 9th, 2010|
|I have this drive installed with a SuperMicro P8SCT motherboard and found it to be incompatible used with Windows XP.|
|billunj||10:01am on Friday, July 2nd, 2010|
|Samsung External DVD Writer I was disappointed with the quality of this DVD Writer and although it was cheap in price did not come up to expectation. Not the fastest but easy to use A little faster and would should have been 5 stars. Neat, easy to store or carry.|
|bday||8:20am on Sunday, June 27th, 2010|
|This unit seems to do all that is is supposed to do. Because it is SATA I did have a problem getting it to work in my PC. Easy installation, quick burning performance, quiet Slightly more expensive.|
|MasterJediYoda||9:29pm on Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010|
|my own is now and Currently, Hewlett Packard launch the author of SATA DVD with the additional techonology which developed only, Lightscribe.|
|MatthewSchenker||3:09pm on Monday, May 17th, 2010|
|Value for Money. Bought for a Sony Vaio Netbook. Did not install software that came with it. Just plugged in and worked straight away. Easy to use.|
|jstro||8:05pm on Thursday, April 15th, 2010|
|GOT IT AT BEST BUY BEFORE XMAS, TRYING TO FIND ANOTHER. AT THIS POINT THE BEST DVD BURNER I HAVE EVER HAD FROM ANY MANUFACTURER, OR DESIGN.|
|RobM||8:23am on Saturday, March 27th, 2010|
|LG, SONY. Worth possessing it..... Compatible writer with fast reading and writing features from the reputed company. Past. But I bought a Samsung drive (Super-WriteMaster SH-S202J) from www.ishift.co.|
|Slade||10:37am on Saturday, March 20th, 2010|
|Seems reliable and does all that it is supposed to do. It is not the fastest drive, particularly on powering up. ease of use - simple to install and operate.|
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SUSTAINABLE PROCUREMENT GUIDELINE
Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden Corporation
Lam Kam Road, Tai Po, New Territories, Hong Kong
Revised on 5th Aug 2005
(Please refer to KFBGC Server for the latest version)
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KFBG Sustainable Procurement Guideline Contents Page 3
1. 1.1 1.2 2. 3.
Introduction Purpose of Sustainable Procurement Scopes of Sustainable Procurement Basic Guiding Principles in Sustainable Procurement Suggested workflow in Sustainable Procurement
Appendix A Guideline for Choosing Environmental Preferred Goods A1 and Services 1. 2. Choices of Construction Materials Choices of Other Common Materials/Products A. Office equipment and supplies 1. Paper products 2. Plastic products 3. Computers (excluding monitor) 4. Computer monitor 5. Toner cartridges 6. Photocopiers 7. Printers 8. Fax machines 9. Multifunction devices (copy-print-fax) 10. Permanent markers 11. Highlight pens 12. Batteries 13. Office furniture A2 A5
A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A10 A12 A13 A14 A17 A17 A17 A18
B. Building Services Products 1. Lamps 2. Lighting system 3. Ballasts 4. Luminaries 5. Air Conditioning Units 6. Household Refrigeration Appliances 7. Fire fighting equipments 8. Water conserving shower heads 9. Water conserving toilet devices 10. Tickle valves C. Building Materials 1. Water based paints 2. Solvent based paints 3. Carpets 4. Asphalts 5. Adhesives 6. Wood and wood products Vehicles and Parts 1. Cars and trucks 2. Tyres Canteen Supplies 1. Plates and cutlery 2. General Electrical appliances 3. Condiments 4. Food and beverages 5. Dishwashing detergent Pesticides, Fertilizers and Cleaning Agent 1. Pesticides and Fertilizers 2. Cleaning Agents Renewable Energy Products
A19 A27 A28 A28 A29 A48 A55 A56 A56 A56
A57 A57 A58 A58 A58 A59
A62 A62 A62 A63 A63
A64 A64 A65 A66 B1-B8
Choices of Suppliers/Consultants/Contractors
Appendix B Common Eco-Labels/Fair Trade Labels
KFBG Sustainable Procurement Guideline
Introduction 1.1 Purpose of Sustainable Procurement Many environmental problems do not have direct specific causes but rather indirect effects of economic activity and our daily mass production, mass consumption and mass waste disposal have gradually accumulated and imposed a heavy environmental impact that is unsustainable. To solve contemporary environmental problems and preserve valuable natural resources for our future generations, every member of our society must take action, reconsider our economic system and lifestyles, and create a society that pursues sustainable development with reduced environmental impacts and minimize our ecological footprints. Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden Corporations long-term vision is to help create a world without environmental crisis, in which conservation of the natural heritage and sustainable living enable people to live in contentment, with respect for each other and nature. In response to the situation, we have to consider the impacts of our procurement activities. Sustainable procurement is also about setting an example and influencing the society. By promoting sustainable procurement, the Farm and the society can provide industry with real incentives for developing sustainable technologies. Finally, if life cycle costs of a contract are considered, sustainable procurement allows the Farm to save money and protect the environment at the same time by minimizing the Life Cycle Costs. By purchasing wisely, the Farm can save materials and energy, reduce waste and pollution, and encourage sustainable patterns of behaviour. The Sustainable Procurement Guideline is intended as a reference guide to enhance fairness with respect to social, economical and environmental requirements in ALL procurement process at Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden Corporation (KFBGC). It summarizes the considerations governing the procurement of goods, services and works by KFBGCs staff. 1.2 Scopes of Sustainable Procurement Sustainable Procurement in the Farm covers ALL procurement activities (goods, services and works). Some of the items include but not limited to the purchase of energy efficient computers and buildings/structures, office equipment made of environmental sustainable materials, recyclable paper, organic food/feed, electricity stemming from renewable energy sources, air conditional systems complying with state of the art environmental solutions.
Is this need really necessary?
What are the available options to meet the need? Does the selected option stand good for both efficiency (regarding the process) and effectiveness (with respect to the mission)?
Can a surplus or warehoused item be upgraded, repaired or refurbished to meet this need?
Can this need be fulfilled through borrowing or sharing with other department(s)?
Can this need be rented temporarily rather than purchased?
Further Procurement Process Not Proceed
Fig. 1 Justification Process for Procurement Needs After justification for the needs, it is user departments responsibility to choose suitable materials/suppliers/consultants/contractors based on the five rules of thumbs and other essential considerations such as technical issues and financial issues. It is encouraged to seek advice from Sustainability Officer for all procurement activities including construction projects and other purchasing especially when encountering ambiguity. Nevertheless, information such as materials, suppliers, design, etc. of every procurement activity is strongly encouraged to notify the Sustainability Officer (SO) although approval from SO is not required. From the information provided, SO may contact UD when potential negative impact may arise so as to rectify it at first instance. Subsequent workflow will follow the KFBGCs Procurement Policy.
Updated on 5 Aug 05
Appendix A Guideline for choosing Environmental Preferred Goods and Services
These are goods and services which are designed to minimize the negative effects on the environment over their full life cycle production, use and disposal; make the most efficient use of materials, energy and water; and minimize the generation of waste and release of harmful substances into the environment. Basically, the five rules of thumb should be considered to make a balance to minimize ecological footprint: 1. 2. 3. Choose materials with high recycled content and itself/the waste generated can also be recycled easily Choose materials with low embodied energy (the energy to produce) Choose materials with consideration of whole life cycle, e.g. high durability so as to save subsequent material/energy in maintenance and/or replacement Choose materials manufactured from nearest location (smallest mileage) so as to lower the transportation energy Choose materials from suppliers with relevant green certificate so as to promote sustainable management/ production and minimize damage to communities
For construction projects, one additional rule could be considered as: Incorporate as much as sustainable elements such as solar panels, rainwater harvesting, natural ventilation to works such as new construction or renovation and design to minimize ecological footprint as far as practicable. The information provided in this Guideline is kept open. While it is aimed at to keep the content of the Guideline accurate and up to date, it is encouraged any staff to contact the author of this Guideline, the Sustainability Officer, if you have any concerns and suggestion about the information provided. Every effort will be made to correct any error and update any information once they are brought to attention.
MJ/kg 0.02 0.04 0.10 0.10 0.24 0.29 0.30 0.42 0.42 0.42 0.47 0.50 0.79 0.80 0.81 0.94 0.97 1.0 1.2 1.2 1.3 1.6 1.6 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.8 3.1
MJ/m3 36.0 63.150 30.5250 1710
Type Insulation Earth Earth Timber Earth Earth Earth Earth Earth Earth Timber Metal Metal Metal Earth Metal Timber Timber Metal Paper Insulation Metal Glass Glass Glass Glass Metal Other Metal Paper Paper Paper Glass Insulation Metal Metal Metal Metal Metal Paper Paper Metal Earth Metal Metal Plastic Insulation Metal Plastic Other Plastic Metal
Material Cellulose insulation Asphalt pavement Plaster, gypsum Glulam (glued-laminated timber) Plaster board Ceramic pipe Dimension stone (imported) Ceramic brick (glazed) GRC (glassfibre reinforced concrete) Cement Particle board Aluminum (recycled for general use) Steel (recycled for reinforcing sections) Shingles Fibre cement board Steel (recycled for general use) Plywood MDF (Medium Density Fibreboard) Steel (recycled wire rod) Kraft paper Wool insulation (recycled) Aluminum sheet (recycled) Glass (general) Glass (float) Glass (tinted) Glass (laminated) Aluminum (recycled, extruded) Carpet (felt underlay) Aluminum foil (recycled) Paper (recycled) Hardboard Building paper Glass (toughened) Fibreglass insulation Steel (virgin, general use) Aluminum (recycled, extruded, factory painted) Steel (virgin, galvanized) Steel (imported, structural) Lead Paper (general) Wall Paper Aluminum (recycled, extruded, anodized) Bitumen Galvanizing (per kg zinc) Zinc Polyester Polyester insulation Brass Polypropylene Rubber (natural latex) PVC Copper
MJ/kg 3.3 3.4 4.4 4.6 6.1 6.3 6.8 7.2 7.6 7.8 8.0 8.1 8.9 9.0 9.5 10.1 10.4 11.9 12.5 12.6 14.6 14.8 15.9 15.9 15.9 16.3 17.3 18.6 20.1 23.4 24.2 25.5 26.2 30.3 32.0 34.3 34.8 35.0 35.1 36.4 36.4 42.9 44.1 61.0 51.0 53.7 62.0 64.0 67.5 70.0 70.6
Type Other Plastic Solvent Solvent Solvent Solvent Solvent Plastic Solvent Plastic Plastic Other Plastic Other Plastic Other Plastic Plastic Plastic Other Other Metal Metal Metal Metal Metal Metal
Material Carpet (general) Polyurethane (general) Adhesive (urea formaldehyde) Vinyl flooring Adhesive (phenol formaldehyde) Paint (water based) Paint (general) Polypropylene Paint (solvent based) LDPE (low density polyethylene) HDPE (high density polyethylene) Carpet (wool) PET (polyethylterepthalate) Rubber (synthetic) ABS Carpet (linoleum) Polystyrene (general) Polystyrene (expanded) Polystyrene (high density) Cotton fabric Carpet (nylon) Aluminum (virgin, general use) Aluminum (virgin, sheet) Aluminum (virgin, extruded) Aluminum (virgin, foil) Aluminum (virgin, extruded, factory painted) Aluminum (virgin, extruded, anodized)
MJ/kg 72.4 74.0 78.2 79.1 87.0 88.5 90.4 95.4 98.227
Choices of Other Common Materials/Products
This section lists the suggested selection criteria, recommended brands, suppliers of different goods/services. Procurement staff is encouraged to use the lists as reference for purchasing. Goods/services categories listed include: A. Office Equipment and Supplies 1. Paper products 2. Plastic products 3. Computers (excluding monitor) 4. Computer monitor 5. Toner cartridges 6. Photocopiers 7. Printers 8. Fax machines 9. Multifunction devices (copy-print-fax) 10. Permanent markers 11. Highlight pens 12. Batteries 13. Office furniture B. Building Services Products 1. Lamps 2. Lighting system 3. Ballasts 4. Luminaries 5. Air Conditioning Units 6. Household Refrigeration Appliances 7. Fire fighting equipments 8. Water conserving shower heads 9. Water conserving toilet devices 10. Tickle valves
C. Building Materials 1. Water based paints 2. Solvent based paints 3. Carpets 4. Asphalts 5. Adhesives 6. Wood and wood products
D. Vehicles and Parts 1. Cars and trucks 2. Tyres
E. Canteen Supplies 1. Plates and cutlery 2. General electrical appliances 3. Condiments 4. Food and beverages 5. Dishwashing detergent
F. Pesticides, Fertilizers and Agents 1. Pesticides and Fertilizers 2. Cleaning Agents
G. Renewable Energy Products
Office Equipment and Supplies
(1) Paper Products (including photocopying paper, paper envelopes, note pad, paper file jacket, paper file box, toilet paper, paper towel, etc.) Product Characteristics favourable: Product itself (a) With Green Label or other equivalent (b) Recycled content - at least 50% recycled fibre, with 20% post-consumer fibre (c) Un-bleached with chlorine (d) For paper envelopes, they shall not use water-insoluble glues (e) For paper file jackets, they shall have easily detachable blinders and clips Manufacturing process / Others (a) Chemical oxygen demand (COD) in the water discharge from both pulp and paper production shall not exceed 20kg/tonne of paper produced (b) Processing of waste papers shall be done without any dyestuff, optical brighteners and non-biodegradable complexing agents such as ethylenediamine tetraacetic acid (EDTA) (c) Surfactants, such as for the de-inking of recycled paper, shall be biodegradable readily (d) Solvents used in cleaning of production equipment shall be free of halogenated hydrocarbons Packaging (a) Reduced packaging purchase in bulk (b) Packaging materials shall be low environmental impact, e.g. not contain chlorine-based plastics Some of the available brands/suppliers:
Computers (excluding monitor)
Product Characteristics for favourable: Product itself (a) USEPA Energy Star Office Equipment or other equivalent For Maximum Power Supply Rating (MPSR) less than 200W, Maximum Power Consumption (MPC) during energy-saving mode of the control unit shall not exceed 30W, and the Default Activation Period (DEP) for energy saving mode shall not exceed 30 minutes. For MPSR larger than 200W, MPC shall not exceed 15% of MPSR and the DEP shall not exceed 60 minutes. The off-mode power consumption of control unit <= 5W (b) The control unit shall have a modular design allowing components to be easily accessible without any special tools (c) Computer power and capacities meet rather than exceeds needs, e.g. the larger the random access memory (RAM), the higher the energy consumption. However, upgradability shall be ensured for at least processor, graphics card, RAM, hard disk, CD-ROM drive, etc. and with at least one empty slot (d) Documented user instruction for energy saving mode, modular design features, upgradability shall be included (e) Durable (f) Built-in fax modems rather than external ones. Manufacturing process / Others (a) Design-for-recycling features shall be incorporated: At least 90% of plastic materials by weight shall be recyclable Plastic parts and metal parts shall be separable Plastic parts made of recyclable and non-recyclable materials shall be separable Labels shall be detachable (b) Plastic parts shall have no lead or cadmium added (c) Plastic parts (over 25g) shall not contain bromine- or chlorine- flame retardants (d) Mercury content in button cell batteries shall not exceed 1ppm (e) Both mercury and cadmium contents in round cell batteries shall not exceed 1ppm (f) For rechargeable batteries, mercury and cadmium contents shall not exceed 5ppm and Lead content shall not exceed 15ppm Packaging (a) Packaging materials shall be low environmental impact, e.g. not contain chlorine-based plastics Additional remarks: With respect to computers, efficiency can be gained in two ways: the equipment itself is manufactured to run using less energy or the controlling software is programmed to render the computer inactive when not in use. Some of the available brands/suppliers:
*Information may be passed to SO working Procurement Officer to add in new brands/suppliers.
EMSD List of Laser Printers as at 23 Jul 2005 Steps: 1) Select appropriate speed (ppm) and type (B&W or colour; A3 or A4) 2) Select smaller power consumption (kW) EMSD Speed Max Power Brand Model Remark Registration No. (ppm)+ (kW) LP02-0004 Samsung ML-1710P 16 0.25 B&W, A4 LP02-0004 Samsung ML-0.28 B&W, A4 LP02-0005 Ricoh Aficio CL3100N 16 1.3 Colour, A4 LP02-0003 Ricoh Aficio CL1.3 Colour, A4 LP02-0003 Ricoh Aficio CL3100DN 21 1.3 Colour, A4 LP02-0005 Ricoh Aficio CL1.3 Colour, A4 LP02-0004 Samsung ML-2551N 24 0.35 B&W, A4 LP02-0003 Ricoh Aficio AP0.82 B&W, A4 LP02-0003 Ricoh Aficio AP400N 25 0.82 B&W, A4 LP02-0006 Ricoh Aficio CL4000HDN 25 1.2 Colour, A4 LP02-0006 Ricoh Aficio CL4000DN 25 1.2 Colour, A4 LP02-0003 Ricoh Aficio CL1000N 31 1.3 Colour, A4 LP02-0002 SHARP AR-M300U 31 1.6 B&W, A3 LP02-0003 Ricoh Aficio AP600N 32 0.85 B&W, A3 LP02-0003 Ricoh Aficio APB&W, A3 LP02-0001 SHARP AR-M1.6 B&W, A3 LP02-0003 Ricoh Aficio CL1.75 Colour, A3 LP02-0003 Ricoh Aficio CL1.5 Colour, A3 LP02-0003 Ricoh Aficio CL1.5 Colour, A3 LP02-0001 SHARP AR-M1.6 B&W, A3 LP02-0003 Ricoh Aficio APB&W, A3 + ppm = pages per minute *Information may be passed to SO working Procurement Officer to add in new brands/suppliers.
Product Characteristics favourable: Product itself (a) Green Label or other equivalent (b) Energy efficient (c) Favour paper machines rather than thermal fax machines Packaging (a) Packaging materials shall be low environmental impact, e.g. not contain chlorine-based plastics Additional remarks: Plain paper fax machines use regular, easily recyclable paper which files easily and wont fade. Plain bond paper is also cheaper than thermal, rolled fax paper, which is difficult to write on, needs photocopying, has a short life span, and can be destroyed if exposed to heat over long periods. Thermal fax paper can cost as much as 5 times more per A4 sheet than plain paper. Some of the available brands/suppliers:
Multifunction Devices (Copy-Print-Fax)
Product Characteristics favourable: Criteria are based on Item 6, 7 and 8 as listed above. Some of the available brands/suppliers: Prefer products registered in EMSDs Energy Efficiency Labelling Scheme Updated list can be found at http://www.emsd.gov.hk/
Brand National National National Neonlite Neonlite Osram Osram Osram Osram Philips Philips Philips Philips Philips Philips Philips Philips Philips Philips Philips Philips Philips STTEK STTEK STTEK STTEK STTEK Stltek Stltek Stltek Stltek Stltek Sylvania Tech.Lighting Tungda Luxtek Osram Osram Osram Yankon Yankon GE GE GE GE GE GE GE GE GE Huafuda LIGHT POWER LIGHT POWER National National National Osram Osram Osram Osram Osram Osram Philips
Model EFT15E28C EFS15E67 EFS15E27 W615 W715 Dulux EL 15W/41-827 Dulux EL 15W/41-827 Globe Dulux EL 15W/21-840 Dulux EL 15W/11-860 PLEU 15W-WW PLEU 15W-CDL SLE Prismatic 15W-WW SLE Prismatic 15W-CDL SLE Comfort 15W-CDL SLE Comfort 15W-WW SLE Decor 15W-CDL SLE Decor 15W-WW PLE/T-15W/827 SL Electronic Prismatic Crystal 15W-CDL B22 SL Electronic Prismatic Crystal 15W-CDL E27 SL Electronic Prismatic Crystal 15W-WW B22 SL Electronic Prismatic Crystal 15W-WW E27 EUS-15W EG-15W EB-15W EUT-15W EC-15W EUT-15W EUS-15W EB-15W EG-15W EC-15W Mini-Lynx P.15W ETU-15W ETU-15W EF-16W Dulux EL ECO 16W/41-827 Dulux EL ECO 16W/21-840 Dulux EL ECO 16W/11-860 FE10-16W FE16-16W F18DBX/827 F18DBX/835 F18DBX/840 F18DBX/865 F18DBX/827/4P F18DBX/830/4P F18DBX/835/4P F18DBX/840/4P F18DBX/865/4P YPZ220/18-3U.RR.D ETU-18W TDL-18W FDS18E27/2A FDS18E40/2A FDS18E67/2A Dulux D18W/21-840 Dulux D/E 18W/21-840 Dulux D/E 18W/41-827 Dulux D 18W/41-827 Dulux D/E 18W/31-830 Dulux D 18W/31-830 PL-C 18W/82/2P
Lamp Type I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I NI NI NI NI NI NI NI NI NI I I NI NI NI NI NI NI NI NI NI NI NI
Lamp Wattage (W) 18
manufactured after 1.2.2002 manufactured after 1.2.2002 manufactured after 1.2.2002 manufactured after 1.2.2002
EMSD Registration No. CFL99-0034 CFL99-0034 CFL99-0034 CFL99-0034 CFL99-0034 CFL99-0051 CFL99-0051 CFL99-0051 CFL99-0028.CFL99-0047 CFL99-0037 CFL99-0017 CFL99-0045 CFL99-0033 CFL99-0052 CFL99-0052 CFL99-0052 CFL99-0052 CFL99-0052 CFL99-0052 CFL99-0053 CFL99-0053 CFL99-0013 CFL99-0013 CFL99-0004A CFL99-0044 CFL99-0044 CFL99-0065 CFL99-0065 CFL99-0065 CFL99-0065 CFL99-0065 CFL99-0065 CFL99-0010 CFL99-0039 CFL99-0014 CFL99-0020 CFL99-0021 CFL99-0022 CFL99-0025 CFL99-0054 CFL99-0043 CFL99-0043 CFL99-0064 CFL99-0064 CFL99-0064 CFL99-0003 CFL99-0003 CFL99-0005 CFL99-0040 CFL99-0040 CFL99-0057 CFL99-0058 CFL99-0012 CFL99-0012 CFL99-0012 CFL99-0012 CFL99-0012 CFL99-0012 CFL99-0023 CFL99-0023 CFL99-0027 CFL99-0027 CFL99-0027 CFL99-0027 CFL99-0027
Brand Philips Philips Philips Philips Philips Philips Philips Philips SUNSHINE Tech. Lighting Tech.Lighting Tungda Tungda Yankon GE GE GE GE GE GE GE GE Goldlite Goldlite Greenpower Greenpower Greenpower Greenpower Greenpower Greenpower Greenpower Greenpower Greenpower IKEA LIGHT POWER Luxtek Luxtek Luxtek Luxtek Luxtek Luxtek Megaman Megaman Megaman Megaman Megaman National National Osram Osram Osram Osram Osram Philips Philips Philips Philips Philips Philips Philips Philips STTEK STTEK STTEK STTEK STTEK
Contact Information Products Flat C, 10/F, BG Constant Voltage Fluorescent Meyer Industrial Building, Ballast No. 2, Chong Yip Street, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, HKSAR Tel: (852)25110838 Fax: (852)25112698 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Webpage: www.billiongroup.com *Information may be passed to SO working Procurement Officer to add in new brands/suppliers. Company BillionGroup Technologies Limited
Product Characteristics favourable: Product itself (a) High efficiency specular reflectors (b) High efficiency luminaries Packaging (a) Packaging materials shall be low environmental impact, e.g. not contain chlorine-based plastics Some of the available brands/suppliers:
Air Conditioning Units
Product Characteristics favourable: Product itself (a) Prefer split type rather than window type (Consumer Council, CHOICE # 332 (June 15, 2004): in general the traditional split-type is slightly more energy efficient than the window-type split models.) (b) EMSD Energy Efficiency Labelling Scheme: Energy Consumption Index (ECI) shall be lower than 105% for both Window and Split Type air conditioners. A Grade-1 air conditioner can consume up to 15% less power in comparison with a Grade-3 air conditioner. (c) Higher value of EER (Energy Efficiency Rating): 8-11.5 normally (d) Refrigerants made of ozone-depleting substance such as CFCs as specified in Annex of the Montreal Protocol or chemicals of ozone depleting potential higher than 0.2 are prohibited Manufacturing process / Others (a) Coating material used on the product shall not contain mercury, mercury compounds or mixed with dyes stuff containing lead, cadmium, hexavalent chromium and their oxides Packaging (a) Packaging materials shall be low environmental impact, e.g. not contain chlorine-based plastics Additional remarks: Area to be cooled (m2) <7 7-8 8-10 10-15 15-20 20-25
Capacity Needed (BTU/hour) 6,000 7,000 9,000 12,000 18,000 22,000
Some of the available brands/suppliers: Prefer products registered in EMSDs Energy Efficiency Labelling Scheme Updated list can be found at http://www.emsd.gov.hk/ EMSD List of Room Coolers as at 22 Jul 2005
EMSD Cooling Cooling Energy Room Annual Energy Cooler Consumption Registration Brand Model Capacity Capacity Effi. (BTU/h) Grade Cat. No. (kW) (kWh/Yr)+ C96-0616 Kelon AW-07CM4FC 2.929 C96-0135 KELON KC-22 2.949 C96-0228 Zanussi ZA750 2.949 C96-0954 York Y9USC07 2.880 C96-0005 Fortress FH-10CA 2.1136 +Actual consumption depends on where the appliance is located and how it is used. Based on 1200 hrs/yr operation.
Cooling Capacity between 2.3-3.4kW (7850-11600 BTU/h) (approx 1 horsepower)
Model Cooling Cooling Energy Capacity Capacity Effi. (BTU/h) Grade (kW) 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.1 2.1 2.1 2.1 2.1 2.1 2.1 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.1 2.2 2.1 2.1 2.1 2.1 2.2 2.2 2.1 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.41 2.42 2.42 2.42 2.42 2.43 2.43 2.43 2.43 2.43 2.43 2.43 2.43 2.43 2.44 2.44 2.44 2.44 2.45 2.45 2.1
Room Cooler Cat.
EMSD Brand Registration No. C96-0108 Kelon C96-0429 Samsung C96-0252 General Electric C96-0197 Samsung C96-0198 Samsung C96-0199 Samsung C96-0243 GREE C96-0258 Philco C96-0423 GREE C96-0449 White - Westinghouse C96-0451 Philco C96-0935 Philco C96-0774 GREE / BODYSONIC C96-0630 TONGYI C96-0106 General Electric C96-0115 Samsung C96-0248 Mitsubishi Electric C96-0480 GREE C96-0244 GREE C96-0259 Philco C96-0424 GREE C96-0936 Philco C96-0150 Whirlpool C96-0269 Haier C96-0554 York C96-0677 C96-0680 C96-0789 C96-0555 C96-0818 C96-0501 C96-0503 C96-0696 C96-0299 C96-0581 C96-0775 C96-0735 C96-0513 C96-0305 C96-0412 C96-0539 C96-0491 C96-0270 C96-0149 C96-0103 C96-0003 C96-0100 C96-0091 C96-1057 C96-1109 C96-0549 C96-0893 C96-1047 C96-0704
KF-22GW/D AW09F2SEA ASV09WCS1 AW09H2SE AW09F7SE AW09F8SE KC-25 (2511) PAC-09M KC-25 (2510) AC095A6C CPG109M P09M BGW-09C-V1 KFR-25GW/B ASV09WBS1 AW09G2SE MSD-09XV KF-25GW/C1 KC-25 (2511A) PAC-09R KC-25 (2510A) P09R ACM09 KC-25/B(F) YC-7C MCW509MB0RAA/TTK5 Trane 09WB0EAA GREE KFR-25GW/A12 MWW509KB0RAB/TWK Trane 509XB0EAB York YC-9C German Pool TA-09CW Gemini GT09 Cellini GPX09B Philco PW09 SANYO SA-99GH/H White - Westinghouse AC095A5R GREE / BODYSONIC BGW-09RC-V1 Samsung AW09LFAEA Chigo KC-25/A1 Kelon KF-25GW TOTALINE ACS009 Zanussi ZAS090 Whirlpool AMB852A/B Chigo KC-25/A Whirlpool ACE09 Hitachi RA-10BDF General AKG 9A MD KC-25/E Fortress FSA-10CCA Samsung AW09P1HEA Samsung AW09PHHEA Samsung AW09G2NEA General AK104ANR-W General AK105APRSW General AK10ANR-W
AW-18CM4FD 1 AKV18WB 1 AKE18WB 1 KF-51GW 3 CW-XC181EA 1 RC-XC181E 1 ACWRWACAKV18WA 1 KC50IMCW518GAHRBH/TTK51 C96-0371 Trane 5.2 8PBHEFA C96-0287 Toshiba RAS-18UKPX 5.2253 C96-0171 Fortress FSA19CB 5.2256 C96-0083 LG LS-K1860CL 5.2272 AK1AC18HWG/ C96-1106 General Electric 5.2275 AK0AC18HWO C96-0726 Toshiba RAS-18UKPX2 5.2277 C96-0727 Toshiba RAS-18UKX2 5.2277 C96-0537 Hitachi RA-189FDF1 5.2141 C96-0497 SHARP AH-AP18CA 5.2191 C96-0525 Hitachi RA-18GDF 5.2141 C96-0582 Rasonic RC-SC180E 5.2467 C96-0583 Rasonic RC-C180E 5.2467 C96-0605 National CW-C180EA 5.2467 C96-0606 National CW-SC180EA 5.2467 C96-0588 Rasonic RS-C18BK/RU-C18BK 5.2107 C96-0524 Hitachi RA-18GF 5.2184 C96-0930 Rasonic RS-A18CK / RU-A18CK 5.2117 C96-0944 Panasonic CS-A18CKA / CU-A18CKA 5.2117 C96-0585 Rasonic RC-XC180E 5.2466 C96-0607 National CW-XC180EA 5.2466 C96-0928 Rasonic RC-C183E 5.2316 C96-0942 Panasonic CW-C183EA 5.2316 C96-0929 Rasonic RC-XC183E 5.2318 C96-0943 Panasonic CW-XC183EA 5.2318 C96-0971 Toshiba RAS-18UKPX3 5.2287 +Actual consumption depends on where the appliance is located and how it is used. Based on 1200 hrs/yr operation.
EMSD Registration No. C96-1002 C96-1102 C96-1103 C96-0403 C96-0745 C96-0748 C96-0807 C96-0810 C96-0811 C96-0624
Brand Kelon General Electric General Electric Chigo National Rasonic TOTALINE ROMA General Electric Chunlan
Cooling Cooling Energy Capacity Capacity Effi. (BTU/h) Grade (kW) 5.1 5.1 5.1 5.2 5.2 5.2 5.2 5.2 5.2 5.2
Annual Energy Consumption (kWh/Yr)+ 2529 2592
Cooling Capacity greater than 5.3kW (>18000 BTU/h) (approx > 2 horsepower)
Brand Midea Midea SANYO Kelon Whirlpool Whirlpool Toshiba TOTALINE Whirlpool Whirlpool National GREE Trane Panasonic GREE Panasonic Ryoden Model KF-53GW / 2Y MSB-18CR SA-182H KF-52GW SP18A/B AMB872A/B RAS-18UKPX4 ACS018 AC18 AC518 CW-SC180KA CW-SC180KA TAW018DB0WAA CW-SC180KA KC-53/C3-C CW-SC182KA RW-18AC Cooling Cooling Energy Capacity Capacity Effici. (BTU/h) Grade (kW) 5.2 5.2 5.2 5.2 5.2 5.2 5.2 5.2 5.2 5.2 5.2 5.2 5.2 5.2 5.2 5.2 5.2
EMSD Registration No. C96-0941 C96-1118 C96-0499 C96-0349 C96-0352 C96-0493 C96-1039 C96-0414 C96-0888 C96-1020 C96-0665 C96-0706 C96-0708 C96-0832 C96-0661 C96-1015 C96-1131
Annual Energy Consumption (kWh/Yr)+ 2494
EMSD Cooling Cooling Energy Room Annual Energy Cooler Registration Brand Model Capacity Capacity Effici. Consumption (BTU/h) Grade Cat. No. (kW) (kWh/Yr)+ C96-0819 National CS-C18BKA/CU-C18BKA 5.2155 C96-0931 Rasonic RS-C18CK / RU-C18CK 5.2047 C96-0945 Panasonic CS-C18CKA / CU-C18CKA 5.2047 C96-0939 Midea AW-18 5.2646 C96-0972 York Y9USC18 5.2646 C96-0994 Fortress FC19CXA4 5.2646 C96-1117 Midea MWH-18CM 5.2646 C96-1007 LG LWC226MEAB1 5.2810 C96-1008 LG LWC226MEMM1 5.2810 C96-0915 LG LWC226MGAB1 5.2810 C96-0916 LG LWC226MGMM1 5.2810 C96-0924 Mitsubishi Electric MW-22XV 5.2810 C96-0966 LG LWC226MBAB1 5.2810 C96-0967 LG LWC226MBMM1 5.2810 C96-0361 General ASG20AGQ-W 5.2446 C96-0824 Trane TAW024BB0WAA 5.2743 C96-0829 GREE KC-60/C1 5.2743 C96-1132 LG LWC226MBAB6 5.2800 C96-1133 LG LWC226MBMM6 5.2800 C96-1134 LG LWC226MEAB6 5.2800 C96-1135 LG LWC226MEMM6 5.2800 C96-0425 Carrier 42V22/38V22 6.2595 C96-0225 General ALH22ANN-W 6.2782 C96-0267 Carrier 51S22 6.3001 C96-0538 Carrier 42KP22/38KP22 6.2569 C96-1129 Chunlan KF-60GW/T 6.2616 C96-0816 Carrier 42P22/38P22 6.2577 C96-0784 Rasonic RC-SC242E 6.2930 C96-0860 Panasonic CW-SC242EA 6.2930 C96-0717 Toshiba RAS-24UKPX-1 6.2756 C96-0718 Toshiba RAS-24UKX-1 6.2756 C96-0278 Toshiba RAS-24UKPX 6.2756 C96-0587 Rasonic RS-C24BK/RU-C24BK 6.2580 C96-0670 Brandt BCW-22M 6.3193 C96-0662 GREE KC-70/C3-C 6.3612 C96-0666 National CW-SC240KA 6.3612 C96-0707 GREE CW-SC240KA 6.3612 C96-0709 Trane TAW024DB0WAA 6.3612 C96-1016 Panasonic CW-SC242KA 6.3612 C96-0932 Rasonic RS-C24CK / RU-C24CK 6.2467 C96-0946 Panasonic CS-C24CKA / CU-C24CKA 6.2467 C96-0279 General ALH24ANN-W 6.3257 C96-0084 LG LS-K2460CL 6.2965 C96-0993 York HLEA24 6.3004 C96-0968 Chunlan KF-70GW/B 6.2940 C96-0973 Zanussi ZAS240 6.2940 C96-0350 Kelon KF-70GW 7.3046 C96-0414 TOTALINE ACS024 7.3032 C96-0974 York Y9USC24 7.3535 C96-0313 Kelon KC-70 7.3517 C96-0410 TOTALINE ACW024 7.3517 +Actual consumption depends on where the appliance is located and how it is used. Based on 1200 hrs/yr operation.
LG Ignis KELON GALA FRIGIDAIRE GME FRIGIDAIRE Whirlpool GALA Whirlpool General White-Westinghouse TOSHIBA SANYO SANYO LG Zanussi Fortress Philco Philco HITACHI Kelon FRIGIDAIRE Rasonic General Electric Hitachi TOSHIBA Hitachi Sharp National Sharp Panasonic Panasonic National National National National Toshiba TOSHIBA Kelon Sharp Sharp Whirlpool Kelon ZOPPAS White-Westinghouse Whirlpool LG NEC Zanussi Fortress PHILCO Fortress Sharp Mitsubishi Electric LG Zanussi Fortress Zanussi Philco Philco ZANUSSI Mitsubishi Electric Mitsubishi Electric Mitsubishi Electric
GR-T282GV IF211 RD-28WR4HB GR-22W FNR-262T GR-262GD FMK-10T WF22 GR-22S WF225 ER-24 EC RT08VL GR-Y22HPT SR-261B SR-261G GR-262QVC ZGV268/2CF FDG219 PNF222S PNF222W R-228A1HE KDR0262W/H FNR-222T RF-B22SF1 TBP8DNBR R-22A9HD GR-S22HPT R-229A1HE SJ-D25M NR-B22W1H SJ-268-H/S NR-B22D3 NR-B22D3L NR-B22D1 NR-B22D2 NR-B22D2L NR-B22A1 GR-H23HPL GR-H23HPD RT-30WC4HA SJ-D25K SJ-D25J YOGA 23 KTC-276W/H ZR-333/H RT09V3 WRNA282 GR-288MF NR-278F ZGV288/2CF FDG230HGY PNF 230 FDG230HWT SJ-W26L NR-B231G GR-292QVC ZGV298/2CF FDG237 ZW298/2CF PNF224S PNF224W ZS298/2CF MR-26M MR-F30P MR-F30R
Power Fresh Frozen Annual Energ Total usage Freezing Fridg Food Food Energy Eff. Vol per vol Cap. Cat. + Vol Vol Usage Grade (L) (kWh/ (kg/24h) (kWh/Yr) (Litre) (Litre) L/yr) 2.31 2.216 2.15 4.216 2.15 4.216 2.15 4.216 2.15 4.216 2.15 4.216 2.15 4.216 2.15 4.216 2.15 4.216 2.15 4.216 2.44 4.216 2.50 5.216 2.54 4.217 2.03 3.217 2.03 3.217 2.29 5.217 2.29 5.217 2.29 5.217 2.29 5.217 2.29 5.218 1.96 2.218 2.18 4.218 2.18 4.218 2.18 4.218 2.35 5.218 2.36 2.218 2.50 4.219 1.97 2.220 1.63 3.220 2.1.72 3.222 18.104.22.168 3.222 1.75 3.222 1.75 3.222 2.17 3.223 2.32 7.224 2.20 5.225 2.03 3.225 2.2.47 2.226 1.95 3.230 1.88 3.230 1.88 3.230 1.88 3.230 22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199.22 3.231 1.88 3.235 2.01 6.235 2.01 6.235 2.01 6.235 2.01 6.235 2.01 6.235 2.01 6.235 2.01 6.238 1.74 2.238 1.74 2.238 1.74 2.81
Registration No. R96-0076 R96-0232 R96-0302 R96-0233 R96-0301 R96-0167 R96-0328 R96-0378 R96-0008 R96-0258 R96-0247 R96-0249 R96-0269 R96-0338 R96-0343 R96-0356 R96-0365 R96-0397 R96-0159 R96-0085 R96-0133 R96-0154 R96-0239 R96-0334 R96-0136 R96-0349 R96-0039 R96-0295 R96-0325 R96-0326 R96-0178 C96-0191 R96-0041 R96-0277 R96-0094 R96-0102 R96-0142 R96-0224 R96-0207 R96-0253 R96-0254 R96-0309 R96-0310 R96-0090 R96-0158 R96-0181 R96-0182 R96-0137 R96-0118 R96-0122 R96-0146 R96-0169 R96-0288 R96-0107 R96-0113 R96-0236 R96-0246 R96-0200 R96-0391 R96-0398 R96-0278 R96-0001 R96-0006 R96-0388 R96-0141
FRIGIDAIRE National Panasonic National Panasonic Whirlpool Hitachi Hitachi Sharp TOSHIBA Kelon FRIGIDAIRE FRIGIDAIRE Whirlpool FRIGIDAIRE Rasonic GALA Whirlpool Whirlpool Whirlpool Whirlpool HITACHI Hitachi Hitachi Rasonic Whirlpool National Panasonic LG LG GALA KELON Whirlpool Samsung Kelon FRIGIDAIRE White-Westinghouse Sharp National National National Panasonic Panasonic National Electrolux Samsung White-Westinghouse Rasonic Philco SANYO SANYO Philco Electrolux General Electric Darlington Philco Malleys Samsung GALA Toshiba Samsung General General Mitsubishi Electric Electrolux
FNR-323H NR-C27W1H NR-C27W1H NR-C27D1H NR-C27D1H WA322 R-S31NVH R-250A5H SJ-W27J GR-A25HBV RD-32WR4HB FNR-320T FMK-12T WF25 FMK-248TXY RF-B25SF1 GR-24S WF255 WRX32 WRN32 WRT33 R-258A1HE R-259A1HE R-250A1HE RA-FR248 WRT250 NR-C25W1H NR-C25W1H GR-T312GL GR-T312GV GR-26W RT-34WC4HA WRNA322 RT-30MB KTC-312W/H FNR-326H RT11V3 SJ-288 NR-B26D1 NR-B26D2 NR-B26D2L NR-B26D3 NR-B26D3L NR-B26A1 ER3098D SR-30RMB RT10VJ RA-FR265 PH2098 SR-F288 SR-38WX PNS2315VG ER-3198D TBP10ADBR FDR-983202 N300 N300 SR-34RMB GR-36S GR-H32HT1 RT-34MB ER-28 VEA ER-28 V NR-B281G ER3498D
Power Fresh Frozen Annual Energ Total usage Freezing Fridg Food Food Energy Eff. Vol per vol Cap. Cat. + Vol Vol Usage Grade (L) (kWh/ (kg/24h) (kWh/Yr) (Litre) (Litre) L/yr) 1.81 3.241 1.82 4.241 1.1.84 4.241 1.2.20 4.244 1.75 5.244 1.89 3.245 2.02 7.246 2.37 6.247 2.26 3.247 2.26 3.247 2.26 3.247 2.26 3.247 2.26 3.247 2.26 3.247 2.26 3.247 2.26 3.247 2.30 5.247 2.34 6.248 1.74 5.248 1.75 3.248 1.80 3.248 1.80 3.248 2.21 4.248 2.21 4.250 188.8.131.52 2.251 2.10 2.254 1.95 3.254 1.95 3.255 2.1.89 7.260 1.73 3.260 1.73 3.260 1.73 3.262 1.92 3.263 1.43 3.263 1.43 3.263 1.43 3.263 184.108.40.206 3.264 2.15 6.264 2.16 6.264 2.16 6.265 2.26 6.267 2.01 4.267 2.01 4.267 2.01 4.267 2.01 4.267 2.01 4.267 2.06 5.267 2.06 5.270 1.77 3.270 1.77 3.271 1.89 6.273 1.70 4.275 1.77 9.275 1.88 7.275 2.09 3.275 2.09 3.276 1.71 3.276 1.81 6.5
Registration No. R96-0318 R96-0260 R96-0062 R96-0087 R96-0009 R96-0376 R96-0329 R96-0404 R96-0327 R96-0210 R96-0299 R96-0091 R96-0296 R96-0111 R96-0185 R96-0244 R96-0407 R96-0371 R96-0138 R96-0297 R96-0160 R96-0086 R96-0013 R96-0279 R96-0259 R96-0339 R96-0380 R96-0379 R96-0320 R96-0155 R96-0238 R96-0335 R96-0164 R96-0186 R96-0201 R96-0229 R96-0389 R96-0063 R96-0314 R96-0016 R96-0289 R96-0319 R96-0139 R96-0261 R96-0145 R96-0272 R96-0399 R96-0106 R96-0014 R96-0044 R96-0045 R96-0053 R96-0064 R96-0406 R96-0211 R96-0366 R96-0381 R96-0257 R96-0212 R96-0101 R96-0143 R96-0390 R96-0273 R96-0400 R96-0315
TOSHIBA TOSHIBA ZANUSSI Fortress Sharp Sharp Hitachi Hitachi SHARP National Panasonic National Panasonic Philco White-Westinghouse Philco Toshiba Panasonic National Panasonic Whirlpool Whirlpool Sharp Samsung Mitsubishi Electric Mitsubishi Electric Mitsubishi Electric Hitachi TOSHIBA HITACHI Hitachi Hitachi Electrolux White-Westinghouse Samsung LG Toshiba ZANUSSI Mitsubishi Electric National Electrolux TOSHIBA Whirlpool TOSHIBA Whirlpool Samsung Samsung General Electric Sharp LG Zanussi PHILCO General Electric Toshiba National Mitsubishi Electric Mitsubishi Electric TOSHIBA Sharp FRIGIDAIRE White-Westinghouse Toshiba Samsung Samsung Mitsubishi Electric
Contact Information Products Room 1006, World-Wide House, Desert Cube Waterless Urinal 19 Des Voeux Road Central, system Central, HKSAR Tel: (852)21696349 Fax: (852)21696300 Email: email@example.com Webpage: www.desert.com.au *Information may be passed to SO working Procurement Officer to add in new brands/suppliers. Company Desert HK Blue Beluga Limited (Distributors)
(10) Trickle Valves Product Characteristics favourable: Product itself (a) Use 6 litres or less of water per flushing cycle (b) Favour products accompanied by consumer education outlining usage (c) Be accompanied by a reasonable warranty Packaging (a) Packaging materials shall be low environmental impact, e.g. not contain chlorine-based plastics Some of the available brands/suppliers:
C. Building Materials
(1) Water Based Paints
Product Characteristics favourable: Product itself (a) Not formulated or manufactured with formaldehyde (b) Not formulated or manufactured with halogenated solvents (c) Not formulated or manufactured with mercury or mercury compounds or are tinted with pigments of lead, cadmium or chromium VI (d) Have a flash point of 61.0 degrees centigrade or greater (e) Not be formulated or manufactured with aromatic hydrocarbons (f) Lead-free Packaging (a) Packaging materials shall not contain chlorine-based plastics Additional remarks: Water based paints should be given preference over oil paints because: l They contain smaller amounts of the non-renewable resource oil, and in some case none at all. l They contain less VOC (e.g. petroleum distillates) l They require only soap and water for clean up as opposed to solvents or turpentine Paint is considered an environmental risk as it contributes to smog as well as poses a health hazard during application. Some of the available brands/suppliers:
Solvent Based Paints
Product Characteristics favourable: Product itself (a) Not formulated or manufactured with formaldehyde (b) Not formulated or manufactured with mercury or mercury compounds or are tinted with pigments of lead, cadmium or chrome VI, and their oxides (c) Have a flash point of 37.8 degrees centigrade or greater (d) Not contain volatile organic compounds in excess of 380g/L (e) Not be formulated or manufactured with aromatic hydrocarbons in excess of 10% by weight (f) Not contain any halogenated solvent (g) Lead-free Packaging (a) Packaging materials shall be low environmental impact, e.g. not contain chlorine-based plastics Additional remarks: Paint contains a percentage of oil-based solvents. These solvents emit levels of VOCs, which are harmful to the environment as well as to human health during application. VOCs are much lower in water based (latex) paints than solvent based paints (alkyd). Water based paints can now be used for applications where traditionally, only solvent based paints could have been used. Some of the available brands/suppliers:
Aspire 4935 BDI21 Avanti KVT-M707 CR-N1 Ixus 75 NN-CT766 AS94954P Motorola W218 SL705S Speakers LAV75520-W VS-DT6R ZWF185W MZ-G755 Asus P5E LT150Z MP0603H LE40R71B HD7140 24 D Gr-dvx507 Review LX8000SA-22S DVD-HR720 HT-TX725 IC-U16 Ericsson T68I GT-E1150I TD-10 V-807 MDR-XD100 Eudora 7 Markii 1000 PRO LH-T551SB SLS 618 XRS9700 IFC130 CDX-C450X Venture HC Cookers XV6700 Intermatic T101 RF610A EM-30 SP2014N Xperia E15I PK201 Coder 5 SU-A700mk3 AQ09NSA MAX-VS940 Cabinet PRO WRE54G Dpac8399 Powerpack SPH-W5500 RX-396 PLR85 Abit IP35 RM-X2S Stylus 710 KLV-40S400A FAX-190 CK460C HL-4000CN SXV 450 PSR-3500 Motorola D201 CDM-9803R KDL-26S3000 TX-32LX85F TPS II Hasselblad 201F HX370SAS Reconnect M203 CLD-990 SWC M SP-310 EQ-3000 Controllermodulescards Series Microwave VM-C7200 1064B-5 MEH-P5100R DVD-SH854 RX-5000 40B6000 Photo Yamaha P200 WAP54G HQ7742 VDR-D150GC 42LY3DE Laserfax 3245 30169 WD-14110FD PS50A556 NV-MX300
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