Question about Mitsubishi Mr. Slim MXZ30TN Air Conditioner

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Input is 30,000 Btu's. Output is probably 20% less. You should expect 15 Btu's per square foot. I would say you are fine, but not knowing where on planet earth you are so anyone would be guessing.

Posted on Dec 11, 2009

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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The area is 1000 square feet. The volume is 8000 cubic feet.

Mar 25, 2017 | Dehumidifiers

12 x12 = 144 sq ft

12 x12 x12 = 1728 cubic ft

12 x12 x12 = 1728 cubic ft

May 02, 2015 | Heating & Cooling

that is a 10000 btu unit and a good rule of thumb to go by when 'sizing' a unit is 12000 btu for every 600 sq ft of cooling space (if the place is well insulated) or 400 sq ft (if not well insulated).

So, you have a 10000 btu unit which is 5/6th of 12000 btu - so - can reasonably expect that unit to cool approximately 500 sq feet.

In other words the room it's in now could be only - say - 300 sq feet (and well insulated) - in which case the AC unit is cooling it - well.

However, if you try to cool a 800 sq ft room - it will not work as well.

Hope this has helped.

So, you have a 10000 btu unit which is 5/6th of 12000 btu - so - can reasonably expect that unit to cool approximately 500 sq feet.

In other words the room it's in now could be only - say - 300 sq feet (and well insulated) - in which case the AC unit is cooling it - well.

However, if you try to cool a 800 sq ft room - it will not work as well.

Hope this has helped.

Aug 05, 2011 | Maytag M6Q10F2A Air Conditioner

Assuming the unit is 'cooling' but not cooling it 'well,' I would think the unit is too small.

NOTE: 2000 Btu for every 100 sq ft of cooling space if the room is well insulated. If not - then 2000 btu for every 66 sq ft.

For example - a 12000 btu AC unit should cool 600 sq feet of cooling space if well insulated.

or

400 sq feet if not well insulated.

hope this has helped.

NOTE: 2000 Btu for every 100 sq ft of cooling space if the room is well insulated. If not - then 2000 btu for every 66 sq ft.

For example - a 12000 btu AC unit should cool 600 sq feet of cooling space if well insulated.

or

400 sq feet if not well insulated.

hope this has helped.

Aug 05, 2011 | Danby DPAC12031 Air Conditioner

The AC your landlord installed is rated at 8000 btu which is way too small for 900 sq ft. You need at least a 15000 Btu Air conditioner and a 'well insulated' house to be cool.

A good rule of thumb in the AC business says you need 1 ton (12000 btu) of Air conditioning for every 600 sq feet (if the house is well insulated) - if not - then you will need 1 ton (12000 btu) for every 400 sq feet.

So, if you have 900 sq feet and the house is well insulated you should have at least a 15000 btu unit.

If it's not well insulated you will need 24,000 btu.

A good rule of thumb in the AC business says you need 1 ton (12000 btu) of Air conditioning for every 600 sq feet (if the house is well insulated) - if not - then you will need 1 ton (12000 btu) for every 400 sq feet.

So, if you have 900 sq feet and the house is well insulated you should have at least a 15000 btu unit.

If it's not well insulated you will need 24,000 btu.

Jun 07, 2011 | Maytag M6X08F2D Air Conditioner

first 40lbs per 2k of lime will do nothing, rate to chemnge ph 1 point is 50lbs per 500k which would be all the way open slow walk. for your application you should be about half to 3/4 open normal walk

Feb 06, 2011 | Scotts Company Garden

GE stopped making AC units probably 20 years ago. The same unit will not handle an additional 1000 sq. ft. I believe it is a four ton unit and about a 6 SEER rating which is way down on the efficency scale. You will need a 5 ton system to handle 2950 sq. ft. The average SEER rating now is 13.5.

Oct 07, 2009 | GE Heating & Cooling

Here is the Solution:

1.__Convert 15 ft into yards.__ 1 yard = 3 feet

=>**15 ft = 5 yd**

2.__Find the area of the given room.__ The cost for given room is given, and cost for carpeting 1 sq. yd is given. So,

800/20 = 40 {i.e.**40 sq. yd (area of the given room**)}

3. Now,__Length * Width = Area__

=>** x * 5 = 40 ** [Taking Length = x yd]

=> x = 40/5

=>**x = 8 yd**

=> x = 8 * 3 ft

=>** x = 24 ft**

**So, Length of the given room is 24 ft (8yd).**

I*hope* this solved your problem (in time).

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800/20 = 40 {i.e.

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=> x = 40/5

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=> x = 8 * 3 ft

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Sep 10, 2009 | SoftMath Algebrator - Algebra Homework...

Your unit is sufficient to cool up to 1000 sq ft satisfactorily. You have a 2 ton unit. 500 feet per ton is standard.

Jul 09, 2009 | Coleman Heating & Cooling

The M3X05F2A is a 5000 BTU unit.

Mar 31, 2009 | Maytag M6Q10F2A Air Conditioner

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