A 10kw heat strip delivers 34,120 BTU/hr which is already something like 2x the entire heat load of most 1056′ homes in MO, so it would more than cover you even if the heat pump was fratzed.

People also ask, how many amps is a 10kw heat strip?

As Dennis states, “10kw” heat strips are often actually 9.6 kw. 424.3 states that fixed electric space heating equipment SHALL be considered a continuous load, so with no other loads considered you have 9.6/240 x 1.25 or 50 amps.

Additionally, how do you measure heat strips? Here's the formula: Volts x Amps / 1000 = Heat Strip Kw. Measure actual voltage and actual amperage at the heat strips, and then apply the formula. Next, multiply the measured Kw by 3413 to get true heat strip BTU. Then compare the true Kw BTU to the equipment or system delivered BTU to find field efficiency.

Besides, how many square feet will a 5kw heater heat?

5kw Heat Strips. 5kw heat strips for a 1200 sq ft house.

How many BTU is a 5kw electric heater?

In a little conversion app I found, 5 kw is equal to 17,075.9 BTU/hr, in the power converter. It also says that 5 kw/hr is equal to 17060.71 BTU, and this is in the energy converter.

## How many amps is 10kw at 240 volts?

Generator Current Ratings (Three Phase AC)
PowerCurrent at 120VCurrent at 240V
8 kW48.113 A24.056 A
9 kW54.127 A27.063 A
10 kW60.141 A30.07 A
15 kW90.211 A45.105 A

## How many amps does a 15kw heat strip pull?

Most air handlers with 15 KW of strip heat. Can often use a 60 amp and 30 amp circuit. The 30 amp has the blower and 1-5KW heater, the 60 amp has the other 10 KW of strip heat.

## How many BTU is 2500 square feet?

For cooler climates, a very broad estimate of furnace sizing is to select one that generates 40 to 45 BTUs per square foot. At 40 to 45 BTUs per square foot, you'd need a 100,000 to 112,500 BTU furnace to heat your 2,500-square-foot home.

7 amps

## What size room will a 1500 watt heater heat?

A 1,500 watt heater producing 5,100 BTUs can heat 150 square feet. That's equivalent to a 10-by-15 foot room, an 11-by-14 or one sized to 12-by-12 1/2 feet with a standard 8-foot ceiling.

## How many degrees is 1000 watts?

Kelvin/watt to Degree Fahrenheit Hour/Btu (th) Conversion Table
Kelvin/watt [K/W]Degree Fahrenheit Hour/Btu (th)
20 K/W10.5435026449 degree Fahrenheit hour/Btu (th)
50 K/W26.3587566122 degree Fahrenheit hour/Btu (th)
100 K/W52.7175132244 degree Fahrenheit hour/Btu (th)
1000 K/W527.1751322445 degree Fahrenheit hour/Btu (th)

## How many square feet will a 60000 BTU furnace heat?

A standard that is used by heating and cooling equipment companies is to provide at least 25 to 30 Btu of heat per square feet in the home for a moderate to warm climate. A mid-sized home of 2,000 square feet would need approximately 50,000 to 60,000 Btu to heat it properly.

## How do I calculate what size heater I need?

How to Calculate Heater Size
1. Measure the length, width and height of each room you want to heat.
2. Add the areas of all rooms to be heated to get the total cubic feet.
3. Estimate your desired temperature increase.
4. Calculate the BTUs you need.
5. Recognize situations that may increase your heater size needs.

## What size room will a 3kw heater heat?

Selecting Heater Size

In a living room you will need 100 watts per m²: 1,000 watts (1kw) per 10m². In a bedroom you probably only need 75 watts per m²: 750 watts per 10m². You need to find out the area in square metres of your room.

## How do you calculate kw for room size?

Calculate the cubic space of the room by multiplying the width, height and length. As a rule of thumb, divide the cubic space by 14 and this will give you a KW output needed for the room.

## How much does it cost to run a 1500 watt heater for 24 hours?

A common wattage for space heaters is 1,500 watts. Apply the formula 1,500 x 24 ÷ 1,000 x \$0.20 to determine the cost to run the space heater for a day. (Dividing by 1,000 changes watt hours to kilowatt hours.) In this case, it will cost \$7.20 if it was running for 24 hours straight.

## How many square feet will a 80000 BTU furnace heat?

In the example above, using an 80% efficient furnace, the 2000 square foot home above would require a 100,000 BTU input furnace which will produce the necessary 80,000 BTU's output of heat.

## What is the difference between heat pump and heat strip?

A heat pump is usually more cost efficient, and can be supplemented with a heat strip kit in below freezing weather markets for an all electric home. Heat strip kits are generally the least efficient heating option, but the only other option for homes that do not have access to a gas fuel source.

## How many KW is a 3 ton heat pump?

AIR CONDITIONING & HEAT PUMP LOADS – TYPICAL
1 Ton12,00017
2 Ton24,00033
3 Ton36,00050

## How many KW of electric heat do you need per square foot?

Plenum Heaters:

Plenum heaters can be sized using 8 to 10 watts per square foot with 8 foot ceilings. Use 15 kW models in structures 1500-2000 square feet. Use 20 kW models in structures 2000-2500 square feet.

## How many square feet will 5000 Btu heat?

Window Air Conditioning Chart
100 Sq. Ft.5,000 BTU
400 Sq. Ft.10,500 BTU
500 Sq. Ft.11,500 BTU
800 Sq. Ft.17,000 BTU
1,000 Sq. Ft.21,000 BTU

## How do you convert BTUs to Watts?

BTUs/h are normally used in the definition of the cooling power of air conditioning systems as well as of the heating power of fuel. For W to BTU/h conversions, 1 W is equal to 3.41 BTU/h. Therefore to convert BTU/h into Watts you need to divide by 3.41; to convert Watts into BTU/h you need to multiply by 3.41.

## How do I calculate BTU for heater?

Determining How Many Btu You Need

Find the square footage of the space you plan to heat with your electric heater by multiplying length times width. Multiply the square footage of the room by the estimated 10 watts of electric heat required to heat each square foot.