## How do you convert BTU to MBH?

Converting BTU to MBH If you consider the “M” in MBH to represent 1,000 then you will divide the amount of BTUs you have by 1,000. If decide that “M” represents 1,000,000, then you will divide the amount of BTUs you have by 1,000,000.

### How many MBH are in a ton?

12 MBH

Ton (refrigeration) to MBH Conversion Table

Ton (refrigeration) | MBH |
---|---|

1 ton (refrigeration) | 12 MBH |

2 ton (refrigeration) | 24 MBH |

3 ton (refrigeration) | 36 MBH |

5 ton (refrigeration) | 60 MBH |

#### How many BTUs are in a ton of refrigeration?

12,000 BTU/h

A refrigeration ton is approximately equivalent to 12,000 BTU/h or 3.5 kW. Air-conditioning and refrigeration equipment capacity in the U.S. is often specified in “tons” (of refrigeration). Many manufacturers also specify capacity in BTU/h, especially when specifying the performance of smaller equipment.

**How do you convert BTU hr to tons?**

Convert BTU To Ton: How Many BTU In A Ton? (12,000 BTU)

- 1 ton is equal to 12,000 BTUs.
- 1 Ton = 12,000 BTU.
- Tons x 12,000 = Number of BTUs.
- Number of BTUs / 12,000 = Tons.

**How do you calculate MBH?**

Divide the amount of Btus per hour by 1,000 to calculate the amount of MBH. For example, the amount of Btus per hour is 20,000. Dividing that by 1,000 would result in 20 MBH. Multiply the amount of watts by 0.293 to calculate the amount of MBH.

## What is MBH in refrigeration?

MBH = thousand BTU’s per hour. It is a measure of the size of air conditioning system in the traditional Imperial System of measurements. One BTU is the amount of energy necessary to raise the temperature of one pound of water from 60F to 61F. Niel.

### How do you calculate MBH tonnage?

Please provide values below to convert MBH to ton (refrigeration), or vice versa….MBH to Ton (refrigeration) Conversion Table.

MBH | Ton (refrigeration) |
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0.01 MBH | 0.0008333333 ton (refrigeration) |

0.1 MBH | 0.0083333333 ton (refrigeration) |

1 MBH | 0.0833333333 ton (refrigeration) |

2 MBH | 0.1666666667 ton (refrigeration) |

#### How do you calculate ton of refrigeration?

A kilo-calorie is the amount of heat required to raise or lower 1 kg of water by 1°C. One ton of refrigeration is equal to 3024 kilo-calories per hour. This is 12,000 BTU/ h divided by 2.204 (pounds per kilogram) divided by 1.8 (°C to °F).

**How much is a ton of refrigeration?**

When referring to a system’s capacity, most technicians define a ton of refrigeration as 12,000 Btu per hour. It is the “per hour” that is important to remember when discussing a ton of refrigeration. A ton of refrigeration can also be stated as the heat transfer of 288,000 Btu per 24 hours, or 200 Btu per minute.

**What is the BTU for 1 ton AC?**

12,000 Btu/hr

The capacity of an air conditioner refers to the amount of heat it can remove. Rounding up 11,917 Btu/hr gives you 12,000 Btu/hr, which is one ton of air conditioner capacity.