How to Measure Radiator BTU?

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You can calculate a radiator's BTU using a radiator calculator to provide guidelines on the output of heat that is required for a specific room in your home. BTU stands for British Thermal Units. 1 BTU is equivalent to the energy needed to heat 1 pound of water to 1 degree. For the calculator to work, you will be required to key in the room's measurements in feet and inches.
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