Q: How many BTU per hour is 2.5 ton in HVAC?

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Yes, usually. 100 watts equates to about 341.21 BTU per hour.

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1 ton = rate of heat absorption to melt 1 ton of ice in 24 hours =12,000 BTU per hour = 3,516 watts.

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.

The amount of BTU's per square foot varies. The BTU's per ft2 in my area is 30-35. In your area there might be more or less. For reference sake... Btu's are not used in Metric settings, Joules are used. 1 btu = 11356 joule Contact a HVAC tech in your area. They can tell you the recommended BTU or JOULE rating for your area with the use of a manual known as a "J manual" +++ To be proper, BTU should be all capitals as in the first sentence, though correct abbreviations are very awkward to use in many Microsoft applications!

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To convert BTU per hour to frigorias per hour, you can use the conversion factor 0.251995760032 BTU per hour is equal to 1 frigoria per hour. Therefore, 3988777 BTU per hour is approximately equal to 15886.05 frigorias per hour.

1 kW is equal to 3412 BTU per hour.

7.5 kW equates to 25,591 BTU/hour.

1 ton of heating is equal to 12,000 BTU per hour.

1 cal/day*0.003968321 Btu/cal *1day/24hr = 0.003968321/24 = 0.000165347 Btu/hr

65,000 BTU per hour equates to 19.05 kW

1kW is 3,412.13 BTU/hr

Yes, usually. 100 watts equates to about 341.21 BTU per hour.

Propane = 91,600 btu per gallon

The output rating of a 96% efficient boiler or furnace rated at 100,000 input.

Ratings are per hour. Divide 10,000 by 60 minutes per hour.

A 18,000 BTU heater uses approximately 0.157 therms per hour. This can vary slightly depending on the efficiency of the heater and the specific model.