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Refrigeration tons to BTU per hour conversion

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Result in BTU/hr:BTU/hr

How to convert tons to BTU/hr

One refrigeration ton is equal to 12000 BTUs per hour:

1 RT = 12000 BTU/hr

One BTU per hour is equal to 8.33333×10-5 refrigeration ton:

1 BTU/hr = 8.33333×10-5 RT

 

So the power P in BTUs per hour (BTU/hr) is equal to 12000 times the power P in refrigeration tons (RT):

P(BTU/hr) = 12000 ×P(RT)

 

Tons to BTU/hr conversion table

Power (tons)Power (BTU/hr)
0.1 RT1200 BTU/hr
0.2 RT2400 BTU/hr
0.3 RT3600 BTU/hr
0.4 RT4800 BTU/hr
0.5 RT6000 BTU/hr
0.6 RT7200 BTU/hr
0.7 RT8400 BTU/hr
0.8 RT9600 BTU/hr
0.9 RT10800 BTU/hr
1 RT12000 BTU/hr
2 RT24000 BTU/hr
3 RT36000 BTU/hr
4 RT48000 BTU/hr
5 RT60000 BTU/hr

 

BTU/hr to tons conversion

 


Converting tons to British Thermal Units (BTU) is a common task in the realm of cooling power measurements, particularly in the HVAC and refrigeration industries. Our user-friendly guide caters to individuals of varying expertise levels, providing a straightforward approach to this essential conversion.

The conversion from tons to BTU involves multiplying the ton value by approximately 12,000. This simple relationship ensures a quick and accurate conversion, making it practical for real-world applications in assessing cooling power.

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