Question about Whirlpool ACD052MM Air Conditioner

call fujitsu engineering division direct and ask them about what is connected and if it works ok

logically as each evaporator has it's own tx valve as long as the compressor is large enough to run all together it should work but get the right information from the fujitsu experts

logically as each evaporator has it's own tx valve as long as the compressor is large enough to run all together it should work but get the right information from the fujitsu experts

Oct 11, 2016 | Fujitsu Heating & Cooling

the btu rating will be on the same plate as the model number

if there is no btu rating but a kw rating then there are conversion tables to work it out

for example a 2kw unit is close to 9000 btu and a 8kw unit is around 32000btu

if there is no btu rating but a kw rating then there are conversion tables to work it out

for example a 2kw unit is close to 9000 btu and a 8kw unit is around 32000btu

May 23, 2015 | Heating & Cooling

Yes it rated for a maximum out put of 36,000 btu (3 ton) with the right indoor fan coil units which based on the model numbers should give the 36,000 btu's combined when both fan coil units are on, otherwise 18,000 btu's (1.5 ton)per fan coil.

Aug 23, 2011 | Samsung Heating & Cooling

Hi,

Look in the model number for numbers like 24, 30, 48, or 60....

They represent the BTU's in thousands of the unit....

The BTU's are 12,000 per ton...

in other words a 24000 BTU unit will be a 2 ton unit

heatman101

Look in the model number for numbers like 24, 30, 48, or 60....

They represent the BTU's in thousands of the unit....

The BTU's are 12,000 per ton...

in other words a 24000 BTU unit will be a 2 ton unit

heatman101

Jul 29, 2011 | Carrier Heating & Cooling

This is a large unit going by the model number.12,000 BTU's per ton. It would be a 5 ton unit, or 60,000 BTU's.

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Feb 18, 2011 | GE Heating & Cooling

Hi, to find out the tonnage of your unit in b. t. u.'s, look at the 08 in your model number. There are 12,000 btu's per ton of cooling. You have a window /wall unit, and according to the model # 08 is not a 1/2 ton or a 1 ton, but a 3/4 ton unit or 8,000 btu's if indeed this is the correct model number. Most units we come across are in btus as 06 which is 1/2 ton, 12,000 is 1 ton, 018 is 1 1/2 ton and on up with a properly matched indoor coil. Your unit is a package window unit, so both coils are equal.

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Nov 18, 2010 | Maytag M7Q08F2ACOM 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

38,000 btu AKA 3 ton

Sep 20, 2009 | Heating & Cooling

That air handler can accamodate different size coils. Look for the coil model number. Also you can look at the outdoor unit model number they should be matched up. There is generally a set of 2-3 numbers in the model numbers that will tell you. xxx036xxx is 36,000 btu. tonnage is 12,000 btu per ton so 36,000 btu's would be 3 tons. xxx040xxx= 40,000btu's or 3.5 tons etc.

Mar 16, 2009 | Heating & Cooling

the 48 indicates 48,000 btu's. 12,000 btu's = 1 ton of cooling. this unit is a 4 ton condenser

Mar 15, 2008 | Heating & Cooling

Aug 08, 2017 | Whirlpool Heating & Cooling

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