How Many Btus in a Ton of Air Conditioning?

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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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The formula is simple. One ton of cooling equals 12000 btu. So a three ton A/C has a 36000 btu capacity.
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5000 BTU's will likely be the smallest unit you can find. That should be plenty to cool a single room that size. I cooled a 650 sq. ft. duplex with a 6000 BTU. Hope this helps.
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