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Top Ten Water Heaters/geysers in India by standing loss and size in 2015

By on June 27, 2015

Although electricity consumption of water heater or geyser depends on the amount of hot water used (as discussed in our link: Choose the right sized water heater/geyser for electricity saving), standing loss can be an important factor while deciding which water heater to buy. “Standing loss” or heat/energy loss of a water heater to the surrounding in 24 hours is an important factor used by BEE (Bureau of Energy Efficiency) to decide on star rating of a water heater. Using hot water optimally and choosing the right sized heater can minimize “Standing Loss”, but the most efficient water heater for a given size can assist in minimizing losses. Most sources on the Internet provide details on features and reviews. Electricity consumption hardly becomes the deciding factor. To help people make electricity consumption as deciding factor, we at Bijli Bachao have decided to put up a list of Top Ten Water Heaters/Geysers in India by standing loss and size.

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  • The basis of this ranking is the data from BEE (Bureau of Energy Efficiency). BEE data contains standing loss of a water heater and this information is self reported by the manufacturers. The data is calculated in test conditions.
  • We have taken the data on standing loss and categorized it by the capacity or volume of the water heater. The water heater with the least value of standing loss units/lts is given the highest ranking. Multiple models with the same value are given the same rank.
  • The list below contains only the top ten ranked water heaters. List of all BEE star rated water heaters are available on the useful links given below.
  • Use the ‘Add to compare’ icon to compare the monetary value of the units available from BEE based on your tariff from your electricity provider and your usage.
  • We regularly update this list as new models get added in the BEE list of water heaters.

 

Top Ten Water Heaters

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Click To Expand: Less than 10 lts

RankBrandModelCapacityStanding Loss (units/day)
1MORPHY RICHARDSLavo EM660.314
2MACROBATH-660.320
3HAVELLSBUENO 660.333
4HAVELLSQUATRO 660.334
5BAJAJMajesty 6GPU60.346
6ELAC6 FIESTA60.349
7FerroliMito.660.350
8VENUS06GL60.352
9BAJAJPX 06 GLR60.354
10GLORYGLORY 0660.356
10ROYAL-660.356
10eWarm-660.356
10KWALITY 0660.356
10SWP-0660.356
10M.HOT 660.356
10SUPREMUS 660.356
10SUPREMUS DLX 660.356
10PW-0660.356
10SNWH-0660.356
10CLASSIC 660.356
10STANDARD-660.356
10JKS-0660.356
10Splash-0660.356
10SKM-0660.356
10ASHA-0660.356
10PPD 660.356
10HMWH-20660.356
10UWH-0660.356
10ST-0660.356
10RX-0660.356
10HAWH-20660.356
10TIME-0660.356
10JON-0660.356
10VPSWH-0660.356
10TOPAZ 660.356
10AURA-0660.356
10OPTIMUS-0660.356
10WL-0660.356
10KATHY-0660.356
10DSH-6M160.356
10ETERNA-660.356
10NEW STAR-660.356
10Classico 660.356
10MUK/0660.356
10SWH-6L60.356
10VE-0660.356
10VICTOR 0660.356
10GOLD 660.356
10HOTWAVE 660.356
10ROYAL 660.356
10DI 110160.356
10KSH 6P360.356
10CNN660.356
10BIC-660.356
10BTL-660.356
10Coral-6L60.356
10Mandarin-6L60.356
10SE-0660.356
10JUPITER 660.356
10SNOWLINE - 660.356
10Super Delux-0660.356
10Galaxy-0660.356
10KGS06W5M-GDE60.356
10KGS06W5P-GDE60.356
10Steamer Plus EPAC 6 V60.356
10TKM-660.356
10Fress-0660.356
10WH 200660.356
10EEPL-660.356
10PACIFIC-6A60.356
10Fresh-0660.356
10RS-0660.356
10M SERIES 660.356
10REGENTA - 660.356
10ARVENA - 660.356
10RWH-0660.356
10G 70660.356
10SWH-0660.356
10SMART 6L60.356
10GOLD-660.356
10SWH-BL-6L60.356
10DI 110160.356
10SUN PROUD-660.356
10SUPER-6A60.356
10SOLITAIRE HEIGHTS 0660.356
10AQUATHERM 0660.356
10WF0602M60.356
10FIESTA-660.356
10PERFECT-0660.356
10MEA-0660.356
10ACE-6A60.356
10JK-0660.356
10LEN-DX-0660.356
10GEN HOT-0660.356
10HOTSPRING/0660.356
10K5WH-10660.356
10ROYAL/660.356
10WF0601M60.356
10LOTUS 660.356
10TROPIC(D)-0660.356
10KAWH-10660.356
10Eddy-0660.356
10Steelium-0660.356
10GM-10660.356
10MD-660.356
10STAR-660.356
106 LTR (SC)60.356
10Supreme High Tech-0660.356
10VIM-0660.356
10EURO STAR-660.356

Click To Expand: 10 lts

RankBrandModelCapacityStanding Loss (units/day)
1HAVELLSQUATRO 10100.364
2MORPHY RICHARDSLavo EM10100.395
3FerroliCaldo.10V100.398
4MORPHY RICHARDSSalvo 10L100.399
5TRU-LIFEEURO STAR-10100.401
5Shakti GPV 10 GL100.401
5BATH-10100.401
5NEW STAR-10100.401
6HAVELLSOPAL 10100.402
7BAJAJMajesty 10 GPV100.404
8BAJAJPX 10 GLR100.414
9Elac ExcelCEENA 10100.417
9CLASSIC 10100.417
10Elac ExcelVarmxpress 10100.418

Click To Expand: 15 lts

RankBrandModelCapacityStanding Loss (units/day)
1HAVELLSQUATRO 15150.426
2AO SMITHHSE-VAS-015150.450
3MORPHY RICHARDSLavo Digi15150.454
3Lavo EM15150.454
4FerroliCaldo.15V150.456
5HAVELLSQUATRO DIGITAL 15150.459
6TRU-LIFEEURO STAR-15150.461
6BATH-15150.461
6NEW STAR-15150.461
6Shakti GPV 15 GL150.461
7HAVELLSPURO 15150.463
8USHAVerve 15L150.480
9MORPHY RICHARDSSalvo 15L150.491
10SUNFLAMEGrace-15.150.493

Click To Expand: 25 lts

RankBrandModelCapacityStanding Loss (units/day)
1MORPHY RICHARDSLavo Digi25250.523
1Premio Digi25250.523
1Fervo Digi25250.523
1Lavo EM25250.523
2HAVELLSBUENO 25250.538
3AO SMITHHSE-VAS-025250.540
4FerroliCaldo.25V250.550
4Caldo.25VMP250.550
5VECTORNEW STAR-25250.562
5BATH-25250.562
5EURO STAR-25250.562
6RECONNECTRHWHE2502250.563
7BAJAJMajesty Rapidotherm 25 GV250.568
8HAVELLSQUATRO 25250.569
9BAJAJPX 25 GLR250.574
10MORPHY RICHARDSLavo 25 VM250.577
10Platini PX 25 GVD250.577

Click To Expand: 50 lts

RankBrandModelCapacityStanding Loss (units/day)
1FerroliCaldo.50V500.735
2MORPHY RICHARDSPremio Digi50500.807
2Fervo Digi50500.807
2Lavo EM50500.807
3Elac ExcelVarmxpress 50500.817
4ELACCLASSY 50500.818
5FerroliCaldo.50H500.820
6ELACCLASSIC 50500.823
7PLUS KWALITYKWALITY 50500.824
7ALONZO-50500.824
7SNWH-50500.824
7UWH-50500.824
7SWP-50500.824
7K5WH-150500.824
7KEW/GEY-50500.824
7EURO STAR-50500.824
7FIESTA-50500.824
7Berlia Plus-50500.824
7WH 50500.824
7MEA-50500.824
7LEN-DX-50500.824
7KWHM-150500.824
7CE 50500.824
7STANDARD–50500.824
7DSH-50M1500.824
7NVSW-50500.824
7VE-50500.824
7VAS-50500.824
7Mandarin-50L500.824
7GEYBETA-50 S500.824
7BTL-50500.824
7BIC-50500.824
7KSH 50M1500.824
7DI 2101500.824
7JON-50500.824
7VPSWH-50500.824
7PW-50500.824
7SUPREMUS 50500.824
7PAL-50500.824
7WH-50500.824
7TROPIC-50500.824
7STANDARD-50500.824
7OCTA 50500.824
7TKM-50500.824
7SNOWLINE - 50500.824
7DI 2101500.824
7MP GEY SU 50L 5S500.824
7ARVENA - 50500.824
7REGENTA - 50500.824
8HAVELLSMonza 50500.857
9BAJAJPX 50 GL MV500.883
9CALDO 50 VM500.883
10AO SMITHELJV 35350.620

Click To Expand: Greater than 50 lts

RankBrandModelCapacityStanding Loss (units/day)
1FerroliCaldo.100V1000.955
2FerroliCaldo.100H1001.064
3MARCOCTA 1001001.069
4VENUS0100GV1001.164
5V-GUARDSteamer Plus MSV 1001001.176
6KETKO8-100L31001.188
7FerroliCaldo.70V700.835
8VENUS0100GH1001.208
8100HD1001.208
9AO SMITHELJV 70700.861
10KETKO8HR-100L31001.239

If you plan to purchase a water heater online then you may look at our recommendations on Amazon.in:

Link to list of BEE Star Rated Water Heaters: http://bit.ly/OBnYiX



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322 Comments on "Top Ten Water Heaters/geysers in India by standing loss and size in 2015"

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Ketaki
Today 3:29 pm

Hi, I want to buy a electric geyser for 5 members. We prefer bucket bath only. I have shortlisted AO Smith and Havells geysers with 10 liter capacity. Can you please suggest me, which size would i buy? Thanks in advance.

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Sidd
June 19, 2015

Hey,

KUDOS, Wonder full and informative blog !

I Live in chennai and for the use of 2 people only during nov to feb as Chennai is Hot on other months..Thanks to Global warming ..lol..

I zero down to Crompton Greaves 3L IWH03PC1 Instant Geysers OR Venus Water Heater Lava Instant 3L30 3 Litres

Can I Get BEE ratings for this if not an way to findcalculate BEE rating.

which one you will recommend for my usage(if i plan for a solar WH stuff)

Instant Geyser + solar water heater OR Storage Geyser + solar water heater

Thanks in Advance !! Keep up your great Work….

Super fan will be a success bcoz of your blog :)

Guest
Prashant K.
June 17, 2015

Hi I am Prashant,
We are two people living in Nagpur, please suggest me a energy efficient geyser for our home?
Which should I buy 3 Liter instant geyser or any storage geyser and please tell me how we can calculate energy unit consumption for any electric device. If the wattage is given on the device

Guest
Aroush
June 13, 2015

Hi Bijli Bachao Team, Thank you coming up with such website which is helpful for the consumers, i want to buy a 3 or 6 ltrs water geyser, can you please suggest me with the best product, which will consume very less power/electricity. Thank you.

Guest
ramakrishna
June 11, 2015

Hi Bijli Bachao Team….. First of all thank you for the wonderful website

I am rama krishna from gudivada,(AP) We are 7 members including my father,mother.we preferred bucket bath only. we are using tap water

So can u plz suggest me best water geyser….. and which size would I buy

with thanks

Guest
ramakrishna
June 12, 2015

thank u

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H R Shah
June 4, 2015

there is no information about the gas geysers. I wanted to know about the top gas geysers. Will u add this information?

Guest
kiran
June 1, 2015

Hi I needed to know that with tank I’d better or without tank..and we are of 4 members in a family.please advice soon..

Guest
Anantha
May 31, 2015

Hi, I use bajaj water heater 25l 3d rapidotherm… It started tripping from last few months.. Is it a known problem?? Can u please suggest some solution to this??
… If not, please suggest other options to buy

Guest
ajil
May 20, 2015

Requirement: 1 bucket (medium size) full of hot water, Twice daily
Preferences: Energy Efficient .Durable

Question 1 : Should I go for 6 or 10 litre model ?
Question 2 : Shorlisted Vguard Pebble Mettalica / Havells bueno/Havells RIo.. Your suggesions please

Guest
aditya
May 3, 2015

Hi Bijlibachao,
I am looking for a geyser and confused with the number of options available and need help. I have read the articles on capacity, consumption, standing losses etc. And now I am confused.
Currently I have an 8 year old ISI marked geyser with 1 litre capacity, we have recently started using more of the same and saw a surge of 100 units in electricity in this years and last years bill.
Based on one of your articles I am targeting the havells Beuno 6…however I read about your article about gas geysers and saw the power comparison, we are already using PNG for cooking but I am not sure how safe it is and what kind of installation will be required.
It seems more logical to simply replace the old electric geyser??

Please advice
Yours,
Confused

 
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