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depends on the gas, R22 60 psi minmum 410 110-130 psi pressure always the same for 2,4,etc tons the amount chenge

Dec 25, 2015 | Heating & Cooling

To many variables here to say. Pipe length, compressor size, acumulator, receiver etc. R22 very expensive here maybe not where you are.

Apr 20, 2013 | Fedders Appliance Air Conditioner...

In door shod be #12 and out door shod be #10 if it is not that far from the box

Aug 23, 2012 | Rheem Packaged Gas And Electric Unit 13...

Hi,

Lets calculate your loads :

1. AC 1.5 ton (TR) = 1.5 KW

2. Refrigerator = 0.2 KW ( I guess)

3. Fans = 0.1 KW ( I guess)

4. Lights = 0.2 KW ( I guess)

Total : 2 kW.

Remember that your appliance need more power for starting.

Now you know the answer if all my guess is correct.

For best , You can use multimeter to take measurement on your appliances current draws.

Warm regards, Jay

Lets calculate your loads :

1. AC 1.5 ton (TR) = 1.5 KW

2. Refrigerator = 0.2 KW ( I guess)

3. Fans = 0.1 KW ( I guess)

4. Lights = 0.2 KW ( I guess)

Total : 2 kW.

Remember that your appliance need more power for starting.

Now you know the answer if all my guess is correct.

For best , You can use multimeter to take measurement on your appliances current draws.

Warm regards, Jay

Apr 25, 2011 | Air Tools & Compressors

Hello, i did the math for you..

1000 KG = one metric ton.

1 litre = 0.264172052 Gallons.

1 litre of diesel = 0.832 kg/l (density)

You need 40,000 litres of diesel in gallons,

so 40,000 KG/0.832 kg/l (KG/L) = 48,076.9231 litres.

so total gallons is 12,700.5794 US gallons.

Hope it did not confuse you and it helped you.

Thanks please rate if you got your answer

1000 KG = one metric ton.

1 litre = 0.264172052 Gallons.

1 litre of diesel = 0.832 kg/l (density)

You need 40,000 litres of diesel in gallons,

so 40,000 KG/0.832 kg/l (KG/L) = 48,076.9231 litres.

so total gallons is 12,700.5794 US gallons.

Hope it did not confuse you and it helped you.

Thanks please rate if you got your answer

Feb 22, 2011 | Computers & Internet

I assume by mmt you refer to MMT (Million Metric Tons).

1 MT (metric ton) is 1,000 kg

1 MMT = 1,000,000 x 1 MT = 1,000,000 x 1,000 kg = 1,000,000,000 kg

1 MT (metric ton) is 1,000 kg

1 MMT = 1,000,000 x 1 MT = 1,000,000 x 1,000 kg = 1,000,000,000 kg

Feb 12, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Please check the manual in which the total kg to be charged mentioned there.

The list and calculation differs to gas to gas and also depends on temp and PSI. Thanks.

The list and calculation differs to gas to gas and also depends on temp and PSI. Thanks.

Feb 04, 2011 | Heating & Cooling

First off - the 'rule of thumb' is 600' per ton of Air Conditioning. In other words your old unit is a 2 ton unit. So - 2 tons x 600' = 1200'. As you can see if you install the 2.5 ton unit - you will be installing a AC that 'could' cool a 1500 sq ft house (2.5 x 600' =1500 sq ft.). Slightly more than what you need; and the 3.5 ton unit is 'way to big,' (3.5 x 600' = 2100 sq ft.).

Note: fyi - many in the AC business will sometimes refer to tonnage in btu's, i.e. 1 ton = 12000 btu - hence a '2 ton unit' can also be referred to as a 24000 btu unit and vice versa.

So... from the above - you can easily see that "2 tons" of Air conditioning is what is required to cool the 'average' home of 1100 sq ft. "roughly speaking."

Note: it is always best to have a professional 'size' your cooling/heating needs.

One of your questions was could you 'mix tonnage?'

The answer is 'usually you don't mix the tonnage of your outside/inside units.' However, professionals sometimes do (mix the tonnage) in certain situations, and installing a 2.5 ton outside unit with an existing 2 ton inside unit is often done, however, there are some 'tech issues' here and - I would "again" recommend that you call a Service Tech to help you with the sizing/mixing of your cooling/heating needs.

hope this has helped

Note: fyi - many in the AC business will sometimes refer to tonnage in btu's, i.e. 1 ton = 12000 btu - hence a '2 ton unit' can also be referred to as a 24000 btu unit and vice versa.

So... from the above - you can easily see that "2 tons" of Air conditioning is what is required to cool the 'average' home of 1100 sq ft. "roughly speaking."

Note: it is always best to have a professional 'size' your cooling/heating needs.

One of your questions was could you 'mix tonnage?'

The answer is 'usually you don't mix the tonnage of your outside/inside units.' However, professionals sometimes do (mix the tonnage) in certain situations, and installing a 2.5 ton outside unit with an existing 2 ton inside unit is often done, however, there are some 'tech issues' here and - I would "again" recommend that you call a Service Tech to help you with the sizing/mixing of your cooling/heating needs.

hope this has helped

Jun 20, 2010 | Carrier 38CKC036 Air Conditioner

ANY # DIVISABLE BY 12. MODEL HAS 12-24-30-36-40-48-54-60
12 1 TON
24 2 TON
30 2 1/2
36 3 TON 36.00 BTU
40 3 1/2
48 4 TON 48.00 BTU
54 4 1/2
60 5 TON 60.000 BTU

Apr 21, 2010 | Dometic Rooftop RV Air Conditioner

rheems site is secure for dealers only but i can tell you. its a 3 ton unit 12 SEER R22 unit. The coil (rcga) is a 3 ton coil The AC is a 1999 and coil 1998. the # you have for the heater is accually just the honeywell gas valve. the model for the heater would be on the inside wall near the gas valve.

Sep 19, 2009 | Heating & Cooling

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