## How many kWh are in a ton?

3.5168528421

Ton-hour (refrigeration) to Kilowatt-hour Conversion Table

Ton-hour (refrigeration) | Kilowatt-hour [kW*h] |
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1 ton-hour (refrigeration) | 3.5168528421 kW*h |

2 ton-hour (refrigeration) | 7.0337056841 kW*h |

3 ton-hour (refrigeration) | 10.5505585262 kW*h |

5 ton-hour (refrigeration) | 17.5842642103 kW*h |

**How many metric tons are in a kWh?**

1 kilowatt ≈ 0.2843 tons.

**How do I convert kW to tons?**

The theory is below. Therefore, 1 Ton of cooling = (12,000 BTU/h)*(1 kWh)/(3412.142 BTU) = 3.5168 kW. So if you want to figure out how many Tons of cooling is required for x number of kW of power consumed [or heat generated], simply divide the total kW by 3.5168.

### How do you convert kg to kWh?

The formula used to convert kg to Kilowatt-Hour is 1 Kilogram = 24965421632.8038 Kilowatt-Hour.

**What is the kW of 1.5 ton AC?**

1.5 ton ac power consumption As per the above consumption chart, 2 star AC WATT rating will be 1554 watts.

**What does kW ton mean?**

The term kW/ton is commonly used for larger commercial and industrial air-conditioning, heat pump and refrigeration systems. The term is defined as the ratio of energy consumption in kW to the rate of heat removal in tons at the rated condition. The lower the kW/ton – the more efficient the system.

## How do you convert kJ kg to kW?

kJ / kg * kg / s = kJ / s = kW.

**What is the load of 2 ton AC?**

AIR CONDITIONING & HEAT PUMP LOADS – TYPICAL | ||
---|---|---|

SIZE | BTU | Starting Load |

1 Ton | 12,000 | 7 |

2 Ton | 24,000 | 14 |

3 Ton | 36,000 | 22 |

**Can I use a 1.5 ton AC if my load is 1 kW?**

Yes you can, as 1.5 ton Ac are rated for an avg. of 1.5 Kw , hence still 0.5 KW load is still left which will/can be consumed by other appliances in home (maybe FAN, TV,etc.).

### How to calculate kW ton?

kW/ton = 12/EER

**How many kW in a ton?**

kW ton More information from the unit converter How many kW in 1 ton? The answer is 3.51685284. We assume you are converting between kilowatt and ton of refrigeration. You can view more details on each measurement unit: kW or ton The SI derived unit for power is the watt. 1 watt is equal to 0.001 kW, or 0.00028434513626109 ton.

**How to convert watts to kWh?**

You can’t convert watt to kilowatt-hour unit since watt and kilowatt-hour unit represent different quantities. Watts to kilowatt-hour calculation formula The energy E in kilowatt-hour (kWh) is equal to the power P in watts (W), times the time period t in hours (hr) divided by 1000: E(kWh) = P(W) × t(hr) / 1000 So kilowatt-hour = watt × hour / 1000

## How do you convert cubic feet to kWh?

Calculate the number of gas units used over a billing period.