How many square feet will 28000 Btu cool?
|BTU Chart Based on Room Size|
|350 sq. ft.||8,000 BTU’s||23,000 BTU’s|
|400 sq. ft.||9,000 BTU’s||25,000 BTU’s|
|450 sq. ft.||10,000 BTU’s||28,000 BTU’s|
|550 sq. ft.||12,000 BTU’s||36,000 BTU’s|
How many ton is a 30000 BTU?
Convert BTU To Tons Calculator
|1 Ton to BTU:||12,000 BTU|
|1.5 Ton to BTU:||18,000 BTU|
|2 Ton to BTU:||24,000 BTU|
|2.5 Ton to BTU:||30,000 BTU|
How many BTU’s are in a ton?
Rounding up 11,917 Btu/hr gives you 12,000 Btu/hr, which is one ton of air conditioner capacity. To determine how much heat must be removed to cool your home – your home’s cooling load – your HVAC contractor will follow the guidelines set forth in the ACCA’s (Air Conditioner Contractors of America) Manual J.
How many tons is a 24000 BTU heat pump?
12,000 Btu’s per ton. The model number shows that the unit is 24,000 Btu’s, divided by 12,000 Btu’s per ton, equals 2 tons.
How many BTUs do I need to cool my house?
2. Find the correct cooling capacity for your room size
|Area To Be Cooled (square feet)||Capacity Needed (BTUs per hour)|
|100 up to 150||5,000|
|150 up to 250||6,000|
|250 up to 300||7,000|
|300 up to 350||8,000|
What size air conditioner do I need for a 12×15 room?
That means 12×15=180 square feet. Take the 180 sq. ft. times 25 BTU per square foot and you get the minimum BTU air conditioner you should buy.
How many BTUs is a 4 ton air conditioner?
A 4 ton air conditioner is one that can remove 48,000 BTUs of heat per hour from the house. For most people, though, 4 tons means 8000 pounds. (A BTU is a British Thermal Unit, approximately the amount of heat you get from burning one kitchen match all the way down.)
How many BTUs is a 2 ton air conditioner?
A two-ton air conditioner removes 24,000 BTUs per hour. When an air conditioner is listed by BTUs rather than by tonnage, it’s usually referring to BTUs per hour, so the two measures are directly comparable if you multiply or divide by 12.
What ton is 24000 Btu?
So a 2-ton unit has 24,000 BTU/hr capacity and a 3-ton has 36,000 BTU/hr, and so on.