|Enter power in BTU/hr|
|Result in refrigeration tons|
A BTU, or British Thermal Unit, is a unit of energy used to measure heat transfer. It is defined as the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one pound of water by one degree Fahrenheit.
A ton is a unit of weight, and it is not directly related to energy or heat. However, in some contexts, a “ton” may refer to a unit of energy, such as a “ton of refrigeration,” which is equal to 12,000 BTUs per hour. This unit is used to describe the cooling capacity of refrigeration and air conditioning systems.
To convert from BTUs to tons, you can divide the number of BTUs by 12,000 to get the equivalent number of tons. For example, if you have a heating or cooling system that has a capacity of 60,000 BTUs per hour, you can divide that by 12,000 to get the equivalent capacity in tons:
60,000 BTUs / 12,000 = 5 tons
It’s important to note that this conversion is only applicable in the context of refrigeration and air conditioning, and it is not applicable to other types of energy or weight.