Q: How many sq. ft. will a 60000 output furnace heat?

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It depends on 60000 what!

60000 mins = 60000/60 hours = 1000 hours = 1000/24 days = 41.77... days

Heating units are not measured in tons as AC units are. Heating capacity is referred to in 1000`s of btu output per hour of operation. The ratio of input vs output = the efficiency rating, for example if your home furnace is rated at 100,000 btu per hour input and 80,000 btu per hour output . it is 80% efficient (when it was new). For AC 12.000 btu = 1 ton.

1 mile is equal to 5280 feet. Therefore, 60000 feet is equal to 60000 / 5280 = 11.36 recurring (that is, 11.363636...) miles.

There are 3600 seconds in one hour. Therefore, 60000 seconds is equal to 60000/3600 = 16.6 recurring (that is, 16.6666...) hours.

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The BTU output requirements of your furnace must be determined by heat load and heat loss calculations on the area that is heated. You should consult several HVAC contractors for estimates and recommendations.There are many factors that influence the BTU requirements of a furnace in any location.

48,000 input or output? If 48K is the input to an 80% efficient furnace, than the output would only be 38,400. It also depends on where the house is located, because 48K will heat a much larger house in Miami than it would in Minneapolis. You need to post more info to get a worthwhile answer. But to give you an idea I heat 1000 sq ft in NJ easily with a 52,500 80% efficient furnace which yields 42,000 output.

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The BTU input and output ratings are on the same tag as the model #.

You take the size of your home in square feet and times it by how many rooms you have. A 70,000 BTU furnace will heat a house 1600 square feet.

It depends on 60000 what!

Many different ways, examples include: electric furnace heat pump gas furnace kerosene furnace wood stoves boiler setups passive solar and the list goes on.

2500sq ft in northern climate

Answer: 60000 km = 37,282.3 mi.

A general rule of thumb in estimating the size of furnace needed to heat a home is to find the square footage of the home, and multiply that by 45 BTU (British Thermal Unit). For a 3200 square foot home a furnace somewhere in the range of 144,000 BTU would be a reasonable estimation of the furnace size needed to heat the home. To find the most efficient furnace for any given home, however, it would be best to contact an HVAC professional who can perform a load-calculation.

It depends on the type of furnace and the manufacturer.

Will a 40,000 btu furnace be enough to heat my 1375 square foot middle unit town house.