To calculate BTU per square foot, start by measuring the square footage of each room you want to heat or cool. Then, add the square footage for each room together. Once you have the total square footage, just multiply that number by 20 to find how many BTUs per hour you'd need to heat or cool the space.

Read MoreThis is a conversion chart for kilocalories per hour (Common Units). To switch the unit simply find the one you want on the page and click it. You can also go to the universal conversion page. 2: Enter the value you want to convert (kilocalories per hour). Then click the Convert Me button.

Read Morecalories and kilocalories. kilocalorie (kcal) calorie (cal) watt x time. kilowatt hour (kWh) megawatt hour (MWh) watt hour (Wh) watt second (Ws) energy equivalent units. kg of oil equivalent (koe) tonne of oil equivalent (toe) thousand tonnes of oil equivalent (ktoe) million tonnes of oil equivalent (Mtoe) barrel of oil equivalent (boe)

Read MoreFor the low-pressure steam typically used in heating systems, that ratio is 1,194 BTUs for every pound of steam the system provides. If your boiler supplies 400 pounds of steam per hour, for example, you would multiply 400 pounds by 1,194 to arrive at a figure of 477,600 BTUs.

Read MoreKilowatt-Hour : Kilowatt-hour, or kilowatt hour (symbol kW•h, kW h or kWh) is a measurement unit of energy. It is defined as the energy consumed by power consumption of 1kW during 1 hour. One kilowatt-hour is equal to 1000 watt-hours or 3.6*106 joules. It is commonly used as a billing unit for energy delivered to consumers by electric utilities.

Read MoreA kilogram-mole (kg-mol) is a derived metric SI (System International) unit of amount of substance The frequency is defined as an interval of time, during which a physical system, e.g. electrical current or a wave, performs a full oscillation and returns to its original momentary state, in both sign (direction) and in value, is called the

Read MorePower. In physics, power (symbol: P) is the rate at which work is performed. In the SI system of measurement, power is measured in watts (symbol: W). This can be modeled as an energy flow, equivalent to the rate of change of the energy in a system, or the time rate of doing work.

Read MoreBTUs per hour may discharge oxides of nitrogen into the atmosphere not to exceed 400 ppm calculated at three percent oxygen on a dry basis averaged over a minimum of 15 consecutive minutes during the pressure ramp periods of the boiler startup operations. (e) For the purpose of this rule:

Read MoreLbs Steam delivered per Hour. Large boiler capacities are often given in lbs of steam evaporated per hour under specified steam conditions. BTU - British Thermal Units. Since the amount of steam delivered varies with temperature and pressure, a common expression of the boiler capacity is the heat transferred over time expressed as British

Read MoreBoiler Horsepower to Calories per Second. Approximately 4.1868 Watts (SI). Boiler Horsepower to European Electrical Horsepower. Defined: 75 kp*m/s (magnitude of force exerted by a gravitational field on one kilogram times meters per second). Also equal to 746 Watts (SI). Boiler Horsepower to Feet-Pound-Force per Hour

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