10k btu "cars "to 25k btu "semi's" depending of vehicle size.
Answer 2: For an Acura Integra 98 it's 14,2k BTU/h. And it's a small car.
Source: Acura service manual.
I currently have a 5k btu air conditioner and I've found that it'll do well to cool a single room, providing the doors are closed most of the time. To expect much more from it as far as cooling wouldn't be realistic. One of the purposes of an air conditioner besides cooling, is to also remove humidity, and if you use it in a larger area, it'll help some, but you can't really expect a lot of cooling from the unit. It'll also run the compressor continually and the electric bill will probably be quite a bit higher.
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).
Room Air Conditioner...........
The window air conditioner does not have to be on the window. It just has to be in proximity to the window. The vent pipes and fans work best if there is an opening on the wall.
When you find out let me know. In the meantime I will be letting Frigidaire know about this problem. Happend with mine also in only 1 year. Have a 5 year warranty.
The largest I know of are the MCM Range of Industrial Portable Air Conditioners. They do a 23,000 BTU, a 28,000 BTU and a 35,000 BTU.
Perhaps the highest btu available in a portable air conditioner is 14000 BTUs. The air conditioner that has this high btu is the Sunpentown WA-1410H, which is portable.
A "1 Ton" air conditioner is equal to a "12,000 BTU" rated air conditioner.
What is the btu's in the goldstar r5205
no but it will save on your power bill since the 220 is more efficent
british thermal unit is btu full from.
Air Conditioning: 1 Ton = 12000 BTU
Yes, a remote control is included with the LG 7000 / 3850 BTU Air Conditioner / Heater.
60,000 Btu's 12,000 Btu's = 1 ton