How Many Btus in a Ton of Air Conditioning?


One BTU per hour is equal to .293 watts. A ton of air conditioning produces about 12,000 BTU per hour. A BTU is equal to the amount of heat that needs removed in order to decrease the temperature by one degree Fahrenheit.
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1. Find the square footage of the room. Measure the length and width of the room with the measuring tape and multiply the two numbers together to get square footage. For example,
The formula is simple. One ton of cooling equals 12000 btu. So a three ton A/C has a 36000 btu capacity.
A 5 ton air conditioner is typically rated at 60,000 BTUs (British
1 ton 288,000 BTUs/24 hours or 12,000 BTUs/hour.
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