2 ton = 24,000 btu`s of heat removed in 1 one hour
3 ton - 36,000 and so on.
Airflow is measured in CFM (cubic feet per minute)
1 Ton is 12,000 BTU's of refrigerant movement.
Air conditioners vary in weight. Some air conditioners can weigh more than a ton, while others only 50 to 60 pounds.
air conditioners are sold /specified in tons because the heat related to melt one ton of ice is taken as standard capacity.
1 tonn used in air conditioning means 1 ton refrigerant used in air conditioning, so 1 ton refrigerant is same 12000 BTU
400 cfm per a 1 ton. If you are talking about air condition 400 cfm per a 1 ton. If you are talking about air condition12000 BTU in 1 ton300 - 350 CFM in 1 ton depends on mfg.Cfm and Tonnage of Refrigerent is are different units, then how these two units can be compared?cfm of what? feathers? lead?
To answer this question the amperage values of the two 1.5 ton air conditioners must be stated along with the voltage value that the A/C units operate on.
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Air conditioners are measured in tons (one ton being equal to 12,000 Btu/h). The cooling capacity is measured in BTUs (British thermal units).
That depends on the size of the room, but the larger unit wont have to run as often or as long to cool the same space, but there is a point where too much is worse than just enough.
It depends on the cooling load for the home. air conditioners are sized and rated as a matched system consisting of the condenser and evaporator. The capacity of the system changes with the different evaporators. Usually you use either the same size as the condenser or 1/2 ton larger.
I once worked on a 318 Chrysler V-8 which ran on Natural Gas that drove an 80 ton AC compressor and cooled a print shop, Real pig...
what dose ton mean
2.5ton to kw
It depends on the height of the ceilings but for the average 8 to 12 foot ceilings the rule that is used is 1-ton for every 500 square feet, so you would need a 4.8-ton a/c unit or you could get by with (2) 2-ton units again depending on the height of the ceilings........
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Many companies make 6 ton air conditioners. AC systems of this size are rarely used for residential purposes, however - they're much, much bigger than any house would ever need. More commonly they are used for light commercial purposes like offices or retail stores.
Air conditioners are rated in three ways, by B.T.U.'s, tons of refrigeration, or by horsepower. One ton of refrigeration removes the amount of heat needed to melt one ton of ice in 24 hours. One ton of refrigeration can remove 12,000 B.T.U.'s of heat in one hour. The B.T.U. is the amount of heat needed to raise 1 lb. of pure water 1 deg F.
There are 400 cfm in 1 ton
Assuming you are referring to air conditioning, and not a ton of coal or a ton of plutonium, then 1 ton of air conditioning equivalent = 12 000 BTU.
A "1 Ton" air conditioner is equal to a "12,000 BTU" rated air conditioner.
1 ton A/C have 400 CFM
Air Conditioning: 1 Ton = 12000 BTU
If you are talking about air intakes for HVAC, it depends on the unit size IE: 2 ton to 5 ton etc. and the size of the area to be cooled and heated and the set up of the floor plan. If you can elaborate more on the type of air intakes you are talking about, unit size if applicable and square footage of floor plan and 1 story or 2 etc. I would love to give you a more specific answer.
Ton is a unit of mass, not of volume. The volume of a ton of material will vary, depending on what material you are talking about.